Articles from the November 1, 2023 edition

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  • Fairview Lighting Of The Bridge And Silver Bells Craft Show Sat., Nov. 18

    Dianne Swanson|Nov 1, 2023

    Yikes! Christmas is only a few weeks away. Get into the holiday spirit with the Lighting of the Bridge from 4-8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18. Giant lighted ornaments will decorate Sundheim Park as young and old visit, and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate or coffee and a hot dog for a free will offering. Kids are encouraged to have their wish lists ready for Santa Claus. New this year! Train rides, weather permitting. Kids from 2-92 can hop on the train and take a trip around the park. After all, it is...

  • Richland Co. Health Department Offers Updated COVID-19 Vaccine

    Stephanie Ler|Nov 1, 2023

    The Richland County Health Department is now offering the updated COVID-19 vaccine by appointment at regular vaccine clinics. The updated vaccine covers the COVID-19 variant that has caused most infections in 2023. The vaccine protects against COVID-19 only, and does not contain flu vaccine or any other vaccine. The Health Department carries Moderna vaccine for people aged six months and older. The vaccine is largely covered by insurance, though it is the client’s responsibility to contact their insurance to determine coverage. Both Medicare a...

  • Kiwanis Fruit Pickup This Week At City Hall

    Dianne Swanson|Nov 1, 2023

    Sidney Kiwanis fruit is here and perishable! If you pre-ordered, please pick up your order at City Hall in Sidney. A limited number of extra boxes were ordered and will be available for sale while supplies last. The Kiwanis Club of Sidney thanks everyone who has supported this fundraiser for area youth....

  • 1st Annual Sidney Volunteer Fireman's Ball Set For Nov. 18

    Jaymi Mozeak|Nov 1, 2023

    The Sidney Volunteer Fire Department will be holding their first annual Fireman's Ball from 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18 at the Richland County Event Center, Sidney. The semi-formal ball will serve as a fundraiser for the Fallen Volunteer Hero's Scholarship. The semiformal event is a 21 and older event with a live and silent auction, dancing to the music from the "Plowed Under Band", Havre, a surprise musician, photo booth, dinner, and drinks. Captain Brandon Roth and Lieutenant Jacob Carlsen,...

  • Jeab's Thai Kitchen, Authentic Thai Food In Sidney

    Jaymi Mozeak|Nov 1, 2023

    A Thai restaurant opened up on Fox Run Oct. 11, in Sidney. Calvin and Kamonwan Urbatsch plus Juree Naowarat now run Jeab's Thai Food, serving authentic Thai food to Sidney, MT. In 2003, the Urbatschs came to Williston, ND. from Thailand. Kamonwan had grown up in Thailand and worked in a restaurant back in KB, Brunei. One of the first things she noticed when she came to North Dakota was that there was nowhere to eat authentic Thai food. She longed to share the flavors of her homeland with the peo...

  • DoLannes (Dee) Marie Klaudt, 87, Laurel, MT, formerly Glendive, MT

    Nov 1, 2023

    DoLannes went to be with Jesus on Oct. 27, 2023. She was born on Nov 5, 1935 to Nick & Elda Kautzman at New Salem, ND. DoLannes married Roy Klaudt March 14, 1953. They lived at Mandan, ND. There they welcomed two children, Lonnie & Kim. Then moved to Beulah, ND, where Roy was employed by Knife River Coal Co. They moved to Savage, MT, in 1958. Two more children, Nick & Mike joined the family. Mom cared for her four children and husband at the Knife River mine house. In 1991, Mom & Dad bought a...

  • Ralph Dale Slavey, 64, Watford City, ND

    Nov 1, 2023

    In keeping with Ralph's wishes no public services will be held. Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home Watford City, ND is assisting the family. Condolences may be left on their funeral home website at Ralph Dale Slavey, 64 passed away at his home on Saturday Oct. 21, 2023 in Watford City, ND. Ralph was born to Ollen and Anna Slavey on July 16, 1959 in Farmington, NM. Ralph had many titles in life from bull rider to rig up truck driver, biker, and his favorite of all Grandfather....

  • Todd Panasuk, 58, Bainville, MT

    Nov 1, 2023

    Funeral services were Saturday Oct. 28, 2023 at 2 p.m. at the Bainville School, Bainville, MT, with Pastor Lane Vannatta officiating. A luncheon followed the service at the Bainville Fire Hall. Visitation was on Saturday Oct. 28, 2023 at the Bainville School, Bainville, MT, from noon-2 p.m. Todd was laid to rest at the Bainville Cemetery. Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home, Sidney, MT, assisted the family. Remembrances, condolences, and pictures were shared with the family at

  • Books On Broadway To Celebrate 30th Anniversary Through Nov.

    Dianne Swanson|Nov 1, 2023

    Celebrate Books on Broadway's 30th anniversary throughout the month of November. Kids are invited to pick up a coloring page and then enter it in a raffle, which will be held near the end of the month. Nov. 3-10 daily drawings will be made from the store's frequent buyers list. Check out other specials happening throughout the month on their Facebook page, Instagram, or website or just stop by the store. It's always a fun place to be! Books on Broadway, the delightful bookstore at 12 ½...

  • Randy Davis Benefit Nov. 3 VFW, Sidney To Host

    Dianne Swanson|Nov 1, 2023

    Friends of Randy Davis have organized a benefit as he continues his recovery process from cancer. Davis was diagnosed with Squamous Cell Carcinoma, cancer of the tongue, in February 2023. He has undergone chemotherapy and radiation and doctors are confident that the cancer is under control. However, he still has therapy to navigate as he continues to heal. The benefit on Friday, Nov. 3 at the VFW in Sidney features a silent auction from 4-7 p.m., a free will meal featuring pulled beef, slushburgers, pulled pork, and salads beginning at 5 p.m....

  • NCAA Division III National Champion Speaks To Sidney Middle School Wrestlers

    Nov 1, 2023

    NCAA Division III National Champion and 2001 Dan Hodge Trophy winner Nick Ackerman spoke to Sidney Middle School wrestlers Oct. 19. He visited with them following practice in the Sidney High School wrestling room. Ackerman is not a typical wrestler and not a typical champion. As a young child he was afflicted with spinal meningitis resulting in the amputation of both of his legs to save his life. It was only through hard work and perseverance that Ackerman reached the top of college wrestling....

  • Fairview Warriors Overcome Shelby Coyotes In Heated Football Game Oct. 27

    Nov 1, 2023

    The Fairview Warriors came out hot on an unusually cold October day shocking the Shelby Coyotes in the first round of the Class C 8-man playoffs. Fairview, the #1 seed in the East, scored 40 unanswered points in the first quarter against Shelby, the #3 seed in the North. After a first play 30-yard pass to Jaxon Vitt, Wyatt McPherson took the handoff on the next play 35-yards for a touchdown. Keegan Skogas added the 2-point conversion and two plays into the game it was 8-0 Warriors. Brock...

  • Savage Volleyball Team Earns 2nd Place at District 2C Volleyball Tournament

    Nov 1, 2023

    The Savage Warriors placed 2nd at the District 2C Volleyball Tournament advancing to the Eastern C Divisional Tournament that will be held in Sidney Nov. 2-4. Scores: Game 1 - Savage 3, Terry 0; Game 2 - Broadus 3, Savage 0; Game 3 - Savage 3, Forsyth 1; Game 4 - Savage 3, Circle 0 - 4th Place; Game 5 - Savage 3, Jordan 0 - 3rd Place; Game 6 - Broadus 3 - 1st Place, Savage 0 - 2nd Place....

  • Fairview Warriors Win District 2B Volleyball Championship In Glasgow

    Brandy Spitzer-Tjelde|Nov 1, 2023

    Glasgow - Glasgow High School hosted the District 2B Volleyball Tournament, Oct. 26-28. The Fairview Warriors entered the tournament in second place, displaying their dominance right from the start, defeating the Glasgow Scotties in four sets (25-16, 21-25, 25-21, and 26-24). In their second match, the Warriors faced the Wolf Point Wolves, who proved to be a tough competitor, but the Warriors emerged victorious in a nail-biting five-set match (23-25, 25-21, 17-25, 25-23, and 15-19). Fairview...

  • ND Sen Patten Recognized By North Dakota Petroleum Council

    Katelyn Sponheim|Nov 1, 2023

    The North Dakota Petroleum Council recognized ND Senator Dale Patten Watford City for his service to the state and it's oil and gas industry at their annual meeting on Sept. 20, in Watford City. Patten was awarded NDPC's Outstanding Public Service Award for his career going above and beyond the "normal call of duty to make our state a better place to live and work". The award is designated to shine a spotlight on and thank elected officials, legislators, and public servants for "excellence in pu...

  • Sidney Reynold's Market 2023 Halloween Contest Winners

    Nov 1, 2023

    Infant-4 year old division winners were Jase Mulkey, Most Realistic as a rodeo clown; Renniemi Jae; Scariest as Edward Scissorhands; and Liam Sullivan, Coolest Homemade Costume as a ghost. 4-9 year-old division winners were Henlee Reuter, Coolest Homemade costume as a Barbie; Brawley Eustice, Most Realistic as Colonel Sanders; and Ember Cox, Scariest as Anna Belle. Group Halloween Costume Contest winners were Pewonka family, as Men In Black. Kira was an adult alien, son James was a young agent,...

  • Limitless Church's Trunk or Treat

    Nov 1, 2023

  • Seed Crushing Plant Offers New Possibilities

    Katelynn Sponheim|Nov 1, 2023

    North Dakota leads the United States canola production, with Montana following in third place. Canola oil use extends far beyond the kitchen and includes farmed fish feed, especially salmon, and biodiesel. Omega 3 canola, a new and exciting breed is, per Nuseed's website "the world's first plant-based omega-3 and will help relieve the pressure on our oceans to supply this essential nutrient. One acre of omega-3 canola produces as much DHA as 10,000 one-kilogram fish. Nuseed is partnering with...

  • Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging

    Nov 1, 2023

    Livestock Judging Results Oct. 1 Novice Teams: 1st: Richland County Novice #1: Kenzie Nagle, Makena Balducke, Clancy Marshall, and Aspen Nagle 2nd: Richland County Novice #2: Brynlee McNally, Peyton Denowh, Kree McNally, and Oliver Becker Individuals: 1st: Kenzie Nagle / Richland County Novice #1 2nd: Makena Balducke / Richland County Novice #1 3rd: Clancy Marshall / Richland County Novice #1 Top Reasons: 1st: Oliver Becker / Richland County Novice #2 Juniors Teams: 1st: Custer County/Richland County: Layla Dice, Kamden Johnson, Ted Jeffers,...

  • Lambert 4-Her Donates Hog To School Lunch Program

    Dianne Swanson|Nov 1, 2023

    Brynn Spinner, Three Buttes 4-H Club, recently donated her back-up hog to the Lambert school lunch program. She said that Scotty Huft, Badland’s Water Works, was so generous when he purchased her hog at the Richland County Fair that she did not need the money so she decided to donate the extra animal. Spinner is 13 years old and has been a 4-H member for two years, with hogs and horses as her projects. Her favorite parts are going to the fair, hanging out with friends, and raising hogs. At home with her mom Jessica, dad Jim and an older b...

  • More Industries May Be Coming Soon To MonDak Region

    Jaymi Mozeak|Nov 1, 2023

    A group of Richland County leaders met with Rich Garman, North Dakota Department of Commerce Economic Development and Finance director on Friday, Sept. 29. He had good news for the MonDak region. Five different industrial companies are looking into building a facility in northwestern North Dakota. Cerilon, a company based out of Alberta, Canada, whose facilities generate premium-quality, cleaner-burning transportation fuels, synthetic base oils, and specialized products, according to their website, The company wants to put a...

  • Farmer's Choice Expands to Sidney Area

    Katelyn Sponheim|Nov 1, 2023

    With the Sidney and surrounding communities bereaved of their sugar beet industry, many farmers have looked to corn and soybeans to fill the gap. To soften the learning curve, Farmer’s Choice, McClusky, ND, is bringing their expertise in those products to Sidney. Duane Peters, Sidney, former Sidney Sugars agronomist, will represent Farmer’s Choice in Sidney. He wants local farmers to know that “we are here to help”. They have purchased the former Trans-Systems building at 1120 E. Main St. and will be open to the public soon. Farmer’s Choice is...

  • Montana State Plant Science Research Explores Protein Distribution In Barley

    Reagan Cotton|Nov 1, 2023

    Bozeman – Protein content in wheat and barley crops can influence everything from the plant’s effectiveness as livestock feed to the clarity of beer brewed with the crops. Research in Montana State University’s College of Agriculture is seeking to identify exactly which plant enzymes control this critical crop value. Andreas Fischer, Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology professor, is using recent funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to fill what he calls a foundational gap in...

  • MFBF Young Farmers & Ranchers Discussion Meet Competition; Discussion Meet Provides Competition, Knowledge, And Polaris Ranger

    Rebecca Colnar|Nov 1, 2023

    Bozeman-The Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee encourages any voting Farm Bureau member ages 18-35 to compete in the Young Farmer and Rancher Discussion Meet, which takes place Thursday, Nov. 9 during the MFBF Annual Convention in downtown Billings. The winner of the Discussion Meet will receive the keys to a new Polaris Ranger, and an expense-paid trip to participate in the national Discussion Meet held during the American Farm Bureau Annual Convention January 2024 in...

  • Deborah K Enster, 72, Fairview, MT

    Nov 1, 2023

    Funeral Services will be Friday November 3, 2023 at 11:00 A.M. at the Fulkerson Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Sidney, MT with Pastor Richard Evans officiating. Visitation will be on Friday November 3, 2023 from 10:00 A.M. until 11:00 A.M at the Fulkerson Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Sidney, MT. Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney, MT is assisting the family. Remembrances, condolences, and pictures may be shared with the family at Deborah Ernster, 72 unexpectedly passed away on Sunday October 29, 2023 at the Sidney...

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