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Articles from the February 11, 2015 edition

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Bootleggers Ball!

The Bootleggers Ball was held last Friday at the Elks Club in Sidney. Not only did couples dress in Prohibition and Flapper dress attire, but groups of friends also enjoyed the eve...

 

Hess GM, MDU VP Of Business Development To Address Mondak Energy Alliance Feb. 12 In Williston

The MonDak Energy Alliance is pleased to announce the general manager of Hess Corporation (Hess) North Dakota and the executive vice president of business development at MDU Resources Group, Inc. will headline its February meeting. Hess GM Stephen...

 

37th Annual Glendive Agri-Trade Expo Feb. 13th

The 37th annual GATE, the Glendive Agri-Trade Expo, is heading our way February 13th and 14th, 2015. Vendors displaying at this Glendive tradeshow are from across Montana and many states including North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska,...

 

Extension Office Welcomes New FCS Agent Johanna Bunn

Johanna Bunn was recently welcomed as the new Family Consumer Sciences Agent and is looking forward to her new position as well as having Sidney as her new home. Originally from Missoula, MT, Bunn...

 

Child Find/Developmental Screening

Child Find/Developmental Screening Central School (200 3rd Ave. SE) March 9 (Monday) and March 10 (Tuesday) from 2:30–7:30 PM March 16 (Monday) and March 17 (Tuesday) from 2:30-7:30 PM To have your child included in the screening,...

 

Rose Yadon, 70, Fairview, MT

Funeral services for May Rose Yadon, 70, of Fairview, MT are at 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at the Fairview Alliance Church in Fairview, MT with Pastor Kelly Sloan officiating. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, ND under...

 
 By Lynn Sloan    News    February 11, 2015

Valentine's Gifts with a Double Blessing

Mercy Market international crafts will be on display this Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Reynolds Market in Sidney. This is a great opportunity to purchase beautiful Thai silk scarves and jewelry handmade by women in desperate...

 

Public Service Child Developmental Screening March 10 & 17

Child Find/Developmental Screening Central School (200 3rd Ave. SE) March 9 (Monday) and March 10 (Tuesday) from 2:30-7:30 PM March 16 (Monday) and March 17 (Tuesday) from 2:30-7:30 PM To have your child included in the screening, appointments are...

 
 By Vicky Parker    News    February 11, 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...

 

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...

 

Richland County Extension to offer Tree Pruning Workshop

On February 19 and 26, at 6:30 PM both nights, the Richland County Extension Office will be hosting a tree pruning workshop. The four W’s (What, When, Where, and Why) of pruning trees and woody ornamentals will be discussed. In addition,...

 

Senn Honored By Thrivent Financial For Outstanding Performance

Sidney, MT– Harvey Senn, LUTCF, FIC, CLTC, Sidney & Watford City, a Financial Associate with Thrivent Financial, has qualified for the Pinnacle Council conference by providing outstanding financial guidance, solutions and service to members of the...

 

Montana Stockgrowers Accepting Applications for Young Cattlemen's Conference

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the structure of the U.S. cattle industry and gain insight on the legislative process that guides our business. Montana Stockgrowers Association’s Research and Education Endowment Foundation will...

 

Sidney Basketball Action

The Eagles hosted Plentywood last Thursday and won 73-31. They will host Billings Central Friday at 7:30 p.m. and Laurel Saturday at 4 p.m. The lady Eagles hosted Plentywood last Thursday and won...

 

Rethinking Recreation

I love to walk and I love to ride my bike. Both forms of exercise not only give me great pleasure, they also serve as therapeutic measures to restore my balance. A good walk or an exhilarating bike...

 

BSC Announces President's Honor Roll For Fall 2014

BISMARCK, ND - Bismarck State College announces the President’s Honor Roll for the Fall 2014 semester. “BSC students are great and it is always gratifying when the honor roll comes out and they get the credit they deserve for their focus and...

 

2015 Girl Scout Cookie Sales To Begin

There's a season between winter and spring that is anticipated as much-or more-as Daylight Savings Time and warmer temperatures. That bright spot ahead is Girl Scout Cookie season! Girl Scouts of Mont...

 

Department of Revenue Encourages Montanans to Guard Against Identity Theft During Tax Season

HELENA – As tax season begins, there is no better time for Montana’s taxpayers to be mindful of the threat of identity theft. The Montana Department of Revenue would like to remind taxpayers of ways they can avoid the threat. “The Department...

 

Makoshika Basketball Tournament

Basketball season is in full swing and now is the time to start thinking about tournaments. The Glendive Chamber of Commerce and the Boys & Girls Club of Dawson County have joined forces to bring you the 2015 Makoshika Youth Basketball Tournament in...

 

Sidney Gymnastics Club Kim Lupo Memorial Gymnastics Meet In Minot

SGC only had five of their twelve Level 3 competitors during this meet. SGC placed 5th as a team. Top Ten Results for Level 3s: 8th Place All Around, Allison Axtman • 10th Place Vault, Hailey...

 

Sidney Wrestlers Win Divisionals

The Eagles won their 21st divisional title with 336.5 points for the team. Laurel took second with 194.5 and Hardin 3rd with 185 pts. Individual placers were: 1st Place, Trace Jones 120 lbs • 1st...

 

Ponderosa Pine Favored Over Spruce

Last week I promised to explain why I prefer pine, specifically ponderosa trees over blue spruces. The answer is they are more drought tolerant, native to parts of North Dakota, more specifically to t...

 

Fairview PD And District II Alcohol & Drug Program Are Strengthening Efforts Against Underage Drinking And Driving, Prescription Drug Abuse And Misuse

Fairview Police Department has a unique opportunity for the next several years, to help reduce underage drinking and driving, and prescription drug abuse and misuse. Pairing with District II Alcohol & Drug Program, Fairview PD is able to provide...

 

Spring Light Goose Season

North Dakota’s spring light goose season opens Feb. 21 and continues through May 17. Residents can hunt during the spring season by having last fall’s 2014-15 bird licenses. Otherwise, hunters will need to purchase either a 2015-16 combination...

 

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