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Watford City Mayor Becomes Lt. Governor, Leaving Door Open for New Mayor

Brent Sanford's six-year term as Watford City mayor ended Dec. 9. A celebratory send-off at Door 204 followed an open house event for him that evening. Sanford will take the reigns as North Dakota's...

 

Stenberg Hired for McKenzie County Economic Development

Daniel Stenberg has recently been hired by McKenzie County as its Economic Development Coordinator. A native of Watford City, he previous worked as a labor market information research analyst for Job...

 

New Prescription Drop Boxes and Alcohol Testing Devices Put to Action in Sidney

To prevent further drug and alcohol abuse in the community, Sidney's Foundation for Community Care has purchased four prescription drug drop boxes and six alcohol testing devices with leftover funds...

 

Advisory Board Meeting in Watford City is Set for Dec. 19

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s district 1 advisory board meeting in Watford City that was originally scheduled for Dec. 5 is now set for Monday, Dec. 19. District 1 – Counties: Divide, McKenzie and Williams Date: Dec. 19 – 7 p.m....

 

Biological Opinion Supports Fish Bypass at Intake

The US Fish and Wildlife has just released their biological opinion supporting the fish bypass at Intake. According to the report all the latest science, including that of fish biologist Patrick Braaten, who has been studying Pallid sturgeon...

 

The Glendive Agri-Trade Expo is Scheduled for Feb. 10 & 11, 2017

February will be here before we know it.  Mark the second weekend in February (February 10 & 11th) on your calendars for the Glendive Agri-Trade Expo (GATE) as we celebrate the 39th year of this exceptional agricultural tradeshow at the Eastern...

 

Farm Credit Services of North Dakota Gives Back To The Community

The CHI St. Alexius Health Williston Foundation has been awarded a $46,200 grant from Farm Credit Services. Farm Credit Services of North Dakota, Farm Credit Services of Mandan and AgriBank, established the Rural Community Grant Fund to assist in...

 

Williston Chamber, TrainND to offer Business Academy

The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce an innovative workforce development partnership with Train ND Northwest. Through this collaboration the Chamber intends to support their members’ business, professional, and personal dev...

 

Esprit Health Clinic Ribbon Cutting

Esprit Health Clinic held their 2nd Anniversary Open House and Central MediSpa Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday, Dec. 7th. Pictured from left to right is Cynthia Vitt, Rhonda Wheeler, Lana Schumacker,...

 

Innovative Automotive Appearance Opens In Sidney

Devin Lear welcomes anyone who likes a clean vehicle to his new business, Innovative Automotive Appearance located at 621 E. Main St., Sidney. The business offers everything from basic detailing to...

 

10 Truly Unique Gifts for Under $100

(BPT) - Some people are incredibly easy to shop for. You can go into any store and find something they would like. For others, you can spend months looking and still not discover the right gift. So...

 

Christmas Shopping with my Father

As a child, Christmas enthralled me. Every December we made so many happy memories preparing for and savoring the holiday season to the fullest. We baked cookies, some of which we hung on the tree until the year a mouse discovered the cookies and...

 

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

If you are a caregiver to a parent, spouse or other older adult you may want to consider attending a new course offered in Watford City, “Powerful Tools for Caregivers.” Powerful Tools for...

 

Richland County Food Bank In Need of Community Support

The Richland County Food Bank is in need of community support. As fall has turned into winter we have seen a larger need within the community for food assistance. If you would consider sharing a can of tuna, ramen noodles, soups, dish soap, these...

 
 By Don Smies    News    December 14, 2016

Tis The Season For Free Holiday Ride Tokens

The Richland County DUI Task Force is continuing our effort to confront and reduce buzzed and impaired driving in our county. The Holiday Token Project runs from December 23, 2016 to January 2, 2017. The free ride tokens are provided to local...

 

County Agent Update

Annie’s Project Some women in the agriculture world have heard of Annie’s Project. So what is it? A program for empowering women in agriculture to be better business partners through networks and...

 

Sidney Basketball Action

The Sidney boys basketball team traveled to Havre this past weekend to play in the Tip Off Tournament.. Pictured is Michael McGinnis fighting for a basket. Sidney beat the Havre Blue Ponies 58-53 and...

 

Public Health Reporting Increase in Norovirus Outbreaks

The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) announced today that in the last three months there have been 12 norovirus outbreaks in Montana that have sickened more than 250 people. This is three times the number of outbreaks usually...

 

Greytak Calendars Available

Greytak Calendars are again available at Sidney financial institutions and at the Richland County extension office. At just $10 each, these make great gifts, or purchase some for yourself. All...

 

The MonDak Heritage Center Presents the Photographic Exhibit Chasing Time: Montana's One-Room Schools Until Feb. 1, 2017

Across the United States, there are fewer than 200 one-room school houses in operation. Montana is home to approximately 75 of them - more than any other state. Neil Chaput de Saintonge and Keith...

 

Salvation Army on Track for Record-Setting Distributions This Christmas

Thanks to the Robert E Herman Family Foundation the Williston Salvation Army was able to have an even greater impact this Thanksgiving. Funds from the family foundation were used to purchase food and gift cards for turkeys to be distributed through...

 

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