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Articles from the May 1, 2013 edition

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 By Tie Shank    News    May 1, 2013

Wolf Run Village and Wolf Pup Daycare Needs Your Help

Wolf Run Village and Wolf Pub daycare sitting at the corner of 3rd Street SE and 4th Ave S in Watford City, this 42 unit community will soon be home to many service personnel and their families....

 
 By Kristin Jaeger    News    May 1, 2013

Discuss Policies Hindering Future Rural Broadband Investment

Representatives from Reservation Telephone Cooperative (RTC) met with Congressional representatives in Washington, D.C., last week to discuss the significant impact of small communications providers like RTC in delivering consumers in northwest...

 
 News    May 1, 2013

Bra Auction

The annual bra auction took place in Sidney April 26 at the Elks Club. The event raised more than $65,000 for the Local Cancer Coalition Relief fund. Above, auctioneer Rick Kniepkamp and Mary Friez...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    May 1, 2013

Fairview Chamber Adds Erase Your Ewaste Event to Spring Cleanup

Saturday, May 11 has been designated as City Wide Cleanup Day in Fairview. Bins will be available at the fire hall from 8 a.m. until noon. No dumping is allowed after noon that day. Seniors or others requiring assistance may call City Hall at...

 
 By Tie Shank    Energy    May 1, 2013

Farmers Union Oil Growing With the Boom

According to the recently released Census Bureau data, North Dakota is growing at a rate of nearly three times faster than the nation as a whole and Farmers Union Oil (Cenex) in Watford City is...

 
 News    May 1, 2013

Doctor's Day

McKenzie County Health Systems held their annual Doctor’s Day Community Supper April 25 in Watford City. Hospital employees served hamburgers and hot dogs to approximately 250 members of the...

 
 By WORC    Energy    May 1, 2013

States Must Take Lead to Make Sure Water Isn't "Gone for Good"

Oil and gas extraction practices are permanently removing at least seven billion gallons of water from the hydrologic cycle each year in just four arid western states, according to a new report, Gone for Good, published by the Western Organization...

 
 By Dee Jorgensen    News    May 1, 2013

EMBC Announces Summer Schedules

Parents, take note of a fabulous opportunity right in our backyards! Located on Road 523 north of Bloomfield and west of Lambert, Montana, Eastern Montana Bible Camp is offering four weeks of youth camps, a day camp, motorcycle ride and much more...

 
 News    May 1, 2013

Richland County Centennial Committee Meeting May 2

Richland County’s 100th Birthday Celebration is June 13-15, 2014. The Centennial Committee will have a meeting May 2, at the MonDak Heritage Center at 5:30 p.m. for nonprofits and service organizations to learn more about what is planned and the...

 
 By Mallory Edgar    News    May 1, 2013

Brock Schriver of Fairview, Montana Enrolls at Rocky Mountain College

Brock Shriver, son of Jenny and Matt Schriver, of Fairview, will attend Rocky Mountain College this fall. Brock plans to major in Physical Therapy. He will graduate from Fairview High School. Brock has been accepted to Rocky Mountain College based...

 

4-H Seeks Families To Host Japanese Youth This Summer

The Montana 4-H Center for Youth Development is recruiting families to host Japanese youth for one month this summer. Program dates are from July 22-August 18. Host families should have children ages 10-14, and the desire for an in-depth cultural...

 

Montana WIFE Calendar Winners

Montana WIFE (Women Involved in Farm Economics) announces the winners of their twenty-seventh “The Art of Farming” calendar art contest. WIFE received 515 student entries and we thank the students and their teachers for sending some excellent...

 
 By Mike Mohl    Sports    May 1, 2013

7th Annual Early Bird Set to Tee Off

The 7th Annual Early Bird Golf Scramble is off and running even before the date of the event. This year it is set for May 18th at the Sidney Country Club. Already many area businesses and individuals have committed to making a difference in our...

 

Livestock Farmers Feeling the Pressure

There are many pressures on livestock farmers today. Many of these pressures are not the typical economic and resource challenges faced by all businesses, but additional political pressures related to antibiotic use in food production. Setting aside...

 
 News    May 1, 2013

New Kiwanis Member

Brandon Taylor, left, is welcomed as the newest member of the Sidney Kiwanis Club by president Leif Anderson. Taylor is the manager of the MicroTel Inn and Suites and was sponsored by Bryce...

 

Benefit for Dustin (Dusty) Sletvold to be held May 10

A free-will BBQ feed will be held for Dusty Sletvold on May 10 at the Richland County Fair Event Center. Sletvold, who is a 1994 graduate of Sidney High School, suffered a massive stroke on March 21st. Dusty was life flighted to Denver, where he...

 

Watford City Track Action

Watford City hosted a junior high track meet on April 27. The girls track team took 1st place....

 

7th Grade Boys 1st in Scobey

Sunday, April 21, the Sidney 7th grade boys basketball team (Seitz Insurance) competed at the Scobey Lil’ Roar Championship Tournament winning 1st place and taking the championship game against...

 

Here's the Pitch

Watford City’s Bryce Brenno unleashes a strike in Saturday’s game against Beulah. The Wolves Baseball season finally got underway last week as they hosted 8 games in 3 days. The Wolves defeated...

 

Thought Provoking Campaign Sizzles with New Voice

The new, “Beef. It’s What’s for Dinner.” consumer advertising campaign is premiering this month, bringing the recognizable tagline to older millennials and Gen-Xers. The new campaign, funded...

 
 By Julie Brodhead    News    May 1, 2013

Health Advisory Regarding Norovirus Activity in MT

Montana is currently experiencing increased levels of community-wide norovirus activity impacting residents and staff of long-term care facilities and assisted living centers. Since the beginning of this year, nearly 500 people associated with 20...

 

Sidney Smoker to be Held May 2

The annual Sidney Smoker, benefiting the Sidney Wrestling Club, will be held on May 2. The BBQ will start at 4:30, with the fights following at 6:30 in the Sidney High School gym. This year’s event will be Sidney AAU Wrestling versus the Fairview...

 
 News    May 1, 2013

Savage Rabies Clinic May 4

The Annual Rabies Clinic in Savage will be held Saturday, May 4th, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Savage Fire Hall. This is an opportunity to protect your pets against rabies, and save the hassle of taking them into town. You may also pick up your...

 

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