Articles from the January 1, 2014 edition

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MonDak Ag Days Tradeshow Slated for Jan. 9

Richland County Ag Days will take place Thursday, January 9, 2014. Kick off the day with a KEYZ 660 breakfast and then go right into the educational sessions which will focus on agronomic topics and...

 
 By Laura Kowatch    News    January 1, 2014

January Adult Programs at the Sidney-Richland County Library

The Richland County library will be offering several classes related to tablets in the month of January. If you have received a tablet for the holidays and aren’t sure how to use it, the library can help! An adult class centered on the use of the...

 
 By Lori Ryan    News    January 1, 2014

MDT Schedules an Informational Meeting to Discuss a Reconstruction and Paving Project for Highway 327 South of Bainville, MT

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is conducting an informational meeting to discuss a proposal to reconstruct and pave about 14 miles of Highway 327 near Bainville, MT., in Roosevelt County. The meeting will be held on Wednesday,...

 

Watford City Chamber Annual Meeting January 22

The Chamber Of Commerce/EDC Annual Meeting will be held Wed., Jan. 22, 2014. There will be a no host social starting at 6:00, dinner at 7:00 with a short meeting and guest speakers to follow. Our guests for the evening will be Joe Wiegand as...

 

2014 is Your Year to Butt Out!

Tobacco Cessation Support Group January 5. Join “Butt Out!” support group. Introductory meeting is Jan. 5, 6:30 pm at the Zion Lutheran Church, 309 S. Central Ave., Fairview. For more information call 406-742-5523. Join this group of men & women...

 

Injury Prevention Meeting January 9

Richland County Injury Prevention Team & DUI Task Force quarterly meeting will be held January 9, 2014 at noon, feel free to bring a “brown bag lunch”. Community Service Building, 1201 West Holly, Sidney - Room 202. All meetings are open to the...

 

Holiday Bazaar

Court Mother Cabrini #1766 Sidney St. Matthews' Junior Catholic Daughters assist at the holiday bazaar, making desserts, carrying lunch trays for customers, taking orders from craft vendors who...

 

Darlene Mae Brunner, 78, Sidney, MT

Memorial services for Darlene Mae Brunner, 78, Sidney, MT where at 10 am, Saturday, December 28, 2013 at Lonsdale United Methodist Church With Pastor Vicki Waddington officiating. Visitation was at the funeral home on Friday, December 27, 2013 with...

 

Ida Stordahl, 89, Fairview, MT

Funeral services for Ida Stordahl, 89, Fairview, MT were at 2 pm, Tuesday, December 31, 2013, at Zion Lutheran Church with Pastor Roberta Pierce officiating. Interment took place at the Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, ND under the direction of...

 

Webinar to Protect Your Business When Using Background, Credit Report and Criminal History Information

A webinar to Protect your Business when using Background, Credit Report and Criminal History Information in Employment Decisions and General Business Operations will take place on Tuesday, January 7th 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm. The Equal Employment Opport...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    January 1, 2014

SHS Celebrates 75 Years of FFA

Learning to do. Doing to learn. Earning to live. Living to serve. Ask any local National Future Farmers of America Organization student the FFA motto and it will effortlessly roll off their tongue. Fo...

 

Love and Logic Parenting Class Starts in January in Watford City

Parents of 2 to 12 year olds would benefit from attending “Love and Logic” Parenting Class held on Wednesday evenings -- January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5 and 12 at the Courthouse Meeting Room in...

 

Guest Opinion: Conservative Solutions for Health Care Do Exist

The promise of Obamacare was too simple. It was supposed to provide more affordable access to quality health care to more people at a lower cost. Unfortunately instead of increased coverage we have 5 million Americans who have already seen their...

 
 By Julie Brodhead    News    January 1, 2014

Richland County has First Influenza Case for This Season

The Richland County Health Department (RCHD) has confirmed the first influenza case in our county. Public health officials say that this first cases is a great reminder for the public to get vaccinated against influenza as soon as possible. Vaccine i...

 

Richland County Centennial Farms & Ranches Workshop at MHC

Many families have been in Richland County for 100 years or more. Is yours one of them? The Richland County Centennial Committee wants to recognize family farms and ranches that will be at least 100 years old in 2014 during the big Centennial...

 

April 27, 1805: Montana's First Written History

Location: Northeast Montana near today's Snowden Bridge just west of the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers. In the evening of a day that saw the Corps of Discovery cross into what woul...

 

Montana East of the Mountains: An Uncommon Landscape

The imposing Rocky Mountain Front defines the eastern flank of Montana’s mountainous domain before it flows into open terrain to the east. On the north, it stretches 460 miles from Browning and the east slopes of Glacier National Park to the North...

 

Ag Days Schedule, Entertainment Announced

Richland County Ag Days will take place Thursday, January 9, 2014. Kick off the day with a KEYZ 660 breakfast and then go right into the educational sessions which will focus on agronomic topics and livestock production. There will also be a tour,...

 

Mark Henning – speaks on "Soil Health"

Mark Henning is the Area Agronomist for the Natural Resources Conservation Service Area (NRCS) office in Miles City, MT. He works with producers in eastern Montana to improve their soil health by...

 

Local Gardner Gets Back to Basics

At the age of six, Karen Redlin started gardening with her mother in their home garden. “Everyone had to work and be a part of the garden in our family,” she recalls. Five decades later, she...

 

Beef Quality Assurance – "is just part of good business"

Agribusiness consultant, Bill Pelton, will be speaking on Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) on Thursday, January 9th from 1:30pm – 2:30pm. Pelton is a third generation ranch raised Montanan who has been...

 

Short Video Highlights New Beef to School Movement in MT

Do you know where the meat in your child’s school lunch comes from? Does he or she know? With national-scale food distribution systems the norm, it can be difficult to know the place of origin of the beef or chicken served in school cafeterias. In...

 

Continuing the Legacy of Family Farming for the Next Generation

So You Thought You Were Buying the Family Farm - Guess Again! Dr. Ron Hanson, Neal E. Professor of Agribusiness at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be speaking on four topics Thursday morning...

 

New Resource Guide Assists Veterans in Agriculture

A new resource guide developed by Farm Bureau and the Farmer Veteran Coalition Partnership is now available. Farm Bureau and the FVC are working together to train beginning farmers, make equipment available to veteran farmers and help find farm...

 

Agriculture Advocate, Amanda Radke, Will Speak at the 2014 Ag Days

Amanda Radke, blogger, author, Ag advocate and fifth-generation rancher from Mitchell, SD., will be the guest speaker on January 9th, 2014 at the Ag Days banquet in Sidney, MT. Radke grew up on her...

 

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