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Eagle Wrestlers Place At Cowboy Invitational In Miles City

Our Sidney team took 1st place at the Cowboy this weekend. Ethan Graves, Cody Johnson, Cody Christian and Ryan Chatterton placed 1st. Trace Jones took 2nd and Wyatt VanBuren placed 3rd. CURRENT...

 
 By Julie Goss    News    January 21, 2015

Bidegaray Brothers Cooperators Of The Year

Richland County Conservation District has been recognizing individuals who co-operate with the district to implement conservation practices on the land for many years. In 1977 Jean Bidegaray received...

 
 By Tie Shank    Energy    January 21, 2015

ONEOK – A Year In Review

2014 proved to be a great year for ONEOK, one of the nation's premier energy companies involved in the natural gas and natural gas liquids businesses. In February 2014, ONEOK successfully completed...

 
 By Sheri Sukut    News    January 21, 2015

Stockman Bank Announces Promotion

RICHEY – Jim Trotter has recently been promoted to branch manager for Stockman Bank in Richey. His responsibilities include overseeing bank operations and expanding all lending activities for the...

 

SHS Drama Places 1st, Speech 3rd at Huntley Project Meet

The SHS Speech and Drama Team travelled to Huntley Project for their last meet before divisionals in Glendive on January 24th. Competing against 29 schools the Drama Team placed 1st in Class A Sweeps and the Speech team took 3rd in Class A Sweeps....

 

Richland Co. Photovoice Project

The only thing that stays constant is change. The Richland County Steering Committee recognizes that change is happening all around our community, and wants to start a discussion about it through a project called Photovoice. Photovoice is a project...

 

NRCS Extends Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project Funding

Sidney, Mont. – Irrigators in the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project (LYIP) area in Dawson and Richland Counties have until Friday February 20, 2015, to apply for financial assistance through the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to i...

 

Don And Doreen Snideman Are Recognized As The Top Grower With 50-282 Acres

For Don and Doreen Snideman who were named Top Grower with 50-282 acres, farming is a family tradition that they are proud to continue. The farm located west of Glendive along the Buffalo Rapids...

 

Sidney Sugars Honors Top Producers of 2014

The Top Ten Beet Growers Awards were held on Wednesday, January 14 at the Elks in Sidney. Recognized were the top five growers with 50- 282 acres and the top five growers with more than 282 acres....

 

DC & T&J Farms Named Top Grower with 648 Acres

Brothers Todd and Dean Steinley of DC and T&J Farms were named Top Grower of the over 282 acres category with 648 acres, 36.4 tons per acre, a sugar content of 18.39% and a rating of 32.94. Todd...

 

Conservation District Accepting Applications For Conservation Cost Share Program

Richland County Conservation District is currently taking applications for their conservation cost share program. The program is in its fifth year with funding for the program provided by the Richland County Commissioners. In prior years, Richland Co...

 

Montana Cowboy Hall Of Fame To Honor Inductees At Circle The Wagons Gathering And Cowboy Ball In Helena, Feb. 7

The Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame & Western Heritage Center (MCHF & WHC) extends an invitation to all to attend the 9th Annual Circle the Wagons Convention in Helena, Feb. 6 & 7 at the Great Northern Best Western Premier. “This is an exciting time...

 

Many Crops Project a Loss in 2015

A positive is that projected yields for most crops have increased. Many projected crop budgets show a negative return to labor and management for 2015, according to Andy Swenson, North Dakota State...

 

Crop Budgets For NW North Dakota

For several years Andrew Swenson and Ron Haugen of the NDSU Extension Ag. Economics Department have been providing yearly crop budgets for individual regions of the state. These have provided an...

 

Winter Seminars Scheduled for Sugar Beet Growers

Seminars for sugar beet growers are scheduled during February in Grafton, Grand Forks, Fargo and Wahpeton. The seminars are sponsored by the North Dakota State University Extension Service and University of Minnesota Extension. Topics include:...

 

$1,000 Educational Heritage Scholarship Offered By Montana Stockgrowers Foundation

Montana Stockgrowers Association’s Research & Education Endowment Foundation (REEF) is offering an Educational Heritage Scholarship in the amount of $1,000. This annual scholarship is awarded to a MSGA student member. Last year’s scholarship...

 

Montana Agriculture Coalition Welcomes 2015 Legislators

Helena, Mont., As the 64th Legislative Session entered its third day the one thing no one had to worry about was lunch. Legislators were provided lunch by Montana's major agriculture organizations, in...

 

Dollars For Scholars Jan 26 & 27

The Sidney Area Dollars for Scholars Phonathon will be Jan. 26-27, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. -8:30 p.m. Our future of tomorrow is growing up today. Please consider making a donation during this time....

 

Poplar Pipeline Response: Glendive, MT Update- January 20, 2015

Oil spill response workers recovered approximately 240 barrels of crude oil from the Poplar Pipeline Tuesday. Workers recovered the oil from the south side of the Yellowstone River where the pipeline crosses about six miles upstream from Glendive,...

 

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