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Articles from the February 4, 2015 edition

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 By Meagan Dotson    News    February 4, 2015

Sonnenbergs Look Forward To Serving Sidney's Community

Matt and Rachel Sonnenberg are embracing their new life here, in Sidney, MT. With both of them beginning new ventures in their careers, they are looking forward to making the community their home....

 
 By Tie Shank    News    February 4, 2015

MonDak Heritage Center to hold 8th Annual Celebrating Chocolate

SIDNEY, MT: The MonDak Heritage Center will be celebrating their 8th Annual Celebrating Chocolate event on February 7, 2015. Tickets for the event went on sale Sunday, December 14th at the Hawaiian...

 

Fairview Community Recognition Awards

The Fairview Chamber of Commerce held its annual Recognition Dinner Monday evening. After delightful entertainment by Renana, an a cappella group from Zion Lutheran Church, and a delicious dinner...

 
 By Julie Goss    News    February 4, 2015

Sidney Rancher, Bozeman NRCS Employee Honored With Range Leader Awards

HELENA, Mont. – The Governor's Rangeland Resources Executive Committee (RREC) announced today that rancher Duane Ullman of Sidney and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) employee Matt...

 
 By Jodi Leland    News    February 4, 2015

Bootleggers Ball Feb. 7th

The 1st Annual Bootleggers Ball, sponsored by the Sidney Elks Lodge and the Boys and Girls Club of Richland County, will provide a unique opportunity to support the youth of Richland County. This fundraising event will feature premium whiskey and spi...

 

RTC Offers College Scholarship Programs

Parshall, ND– In 2015, Reservation Telephone Cooperative (RTC) will award nine college scholarships, each in the amount of $1,000. There will be one scholarship awarded in each of RTC’s eight director districts and one scholarship at large....

 

Eat & Drink Downtown In February

WILLISTON, N.D. - Williston Downtowners Association is partnering with 12 eateries Downtown for the month of February. You can pick up a free card with their specials from the Williston Downtowners Association office at 8 East Broadway or the...

 

Victoria Tomlinson, 55, Sidney, MT (formerly of Libby, MT)

Funeral services for Victoria Tomlinson, 55, of Sidney, MT formerly of Libby, MT were 3 pm, Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 at Fulkerson Memorial Chapel in Sidney, MT with Pastor Richard Evens officiating. Visitation was 2 pm till 4pm Wednesday,...

 

Nathan A. Sims, 16, Alexander, ND

Funeral services for Nathan A. Sims, 16, of Alexander, ND were 2:00 pm, Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015, at the Alexander School Gymnasium. Private family burial will be in the Sims Family Cemetery, Alexander, ND under the direction of the Fulkerson...

 

Sidney Wrestlers Senior Night

The Sidney High School Wrestling Team held their Senior Night last Friday during a dual with Glendive. Current State Class A Sidney Wrestler Ranks: Sidney ranks 2nd in state, after 1st place Havre....

 

Going Techy With Nutrition In 2015

With each New Year many people make a resolution to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Often times the goal is to lose some weight or to follow a new exercise routine. If this sounds familiar, there are lots of technological apps and online resources to...

 

Sidney Speech & Drama Team Competes at State Meet

The Sidney Speech & Drama team travelled to Columbia Falls to compete this past weekend. The Drama team finished in 5th place in the state! Senior Christian Anglesey competed in Humorous Oral...

 

Registration For Bow Hunter Education Class Feb. 9th

Orientation/walk in registration for the Spring 2015 Bow Hunter Education class will be February 9th at 6:30 p.m. at the Eastern Ag Research Center, 1501 North Central Ave, Sidney, MT. Register online at http://fwp.mt.gov and print all the forms to...

 

Parent Café

Sidney Middle School and the Family Resource Center are pleased to have Loretta Thiel, Vice Principal of Sidney High School presenting and discussing Sidney High School’s Alternative Education program. It will be held on Wednesday, February 4,...

 

Parenting Class For New Or Expecting Parents Starts In February

The basics of parenting infants will be the topic of parenting classes set for Monday evenings - February 9, 16, 23 and March 2 at the McKenzie County Extension Office, 201 5th Street Northwest, in...

 

Each Year R-CALF USA Revisits its Member Driven Priorities

In 2015, R-CALF USA will continue fighting to ensure that U.S. cattle and sheep producers do not succumb to supply-chain capture, which multinational protein packers are aggressively attempting to do in the cattle and sheep industries just as they...

 

Roosevelt Medical Center Governing Board Seeks Members - Filing Date Approaches

The Roosevelt Medical Center Governing Board is potentially looking to fill three Governing Board member positions that expire in May of 2015. Newly appointed members would take office in May. Deadline for filing with the Roosevelt County...

 

Roosevelt Memorial Healthcare Foundation Hosts 1st Annual Ice-Breaker Fundraiser

For the first time ever, Roosevelt Medical Center’s Roosevelt Memorial Healthcare Foundation, is hosting a fundraiser that gives participants a chance at guessing when the Missouri River will break up on a designated area of the river near...

 

Deer & Elk Permit Applications Avail.

Montana’s new 2015 hunting and fishing year begins March 1. Licenses will go on sale—and applications for resident and nonresident deer and elk hunting permits will be available—Jan. 26. Deer and elk permit applications and information will...

 

Westgard Departs RTC After 27 Years

Parshall, ND – Denese Westgard, RTC Administrative Assistant has departed RTC with 27 years of service. After filling in as a temporary employee, Denese started working full time at RTC in...

 
 By Tie Shank    Energy    February 4, 2015

U.S. Officials Believe Falling Energy Prices Are, "Pretty Good For The U.S. Economy," While Others Take A Different View

WASHINGTON: Earlier this month, White House press secretary Josh Earnest, said "As a general matter, the impact of falling energy prices has been good for the U.S. economy... It certainly is good for...

 

Candlelight Vigil for Loved Ones Lost to Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco

Members of the community met at the Richland County Courthouse steps on Friday, January 23, 2015, to participate in a Candlelight Vigil for Loved Ones Lost to Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco. Over $400...

 
 By Vicky Parker    News    February 4, 2015

Richland County STAND Program Holding LOCK-IN To LOCK OUT All-Nighter Friday February 13th

Richland County Stand 4 Youth will be holding an all night LOCK-IN to LOCK OUT alcohol and drugs. Help spread the word about STAND and what we are about! Friday, February 13th at the Assembly of God Church (414 E. Main St.) Students from all...

 

Fish-Consumption Advisory Below Oil Spill In Yellowstone River

BILLINGS— Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has issued a consumption advisory for fish caught in the Yellowstone River in the area of a Jan. 17, 2015, oil spill west of Glendive. People who have caught fish in the Yellowstone River between the spill...

 

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