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LYIP Holds Annual Meeting February 18

James Brower, Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project Manager, discussed the projects they completed over the last year, as well as what has been going on with the LYIP. They have recently begun a lawsuit against the environmentalists for not having...

 

MDU Files for a 13.3% Rate Increase; PSC Must Reach a Decision by March 25

In June of 2015, Montana-Dakota Utilities (MDU) filed for an electric rate increase with the Montana Public Service Commission. MDU requested additional revenue of $11.8 million dollars, which...

 

Flying High at the Class 2-C District Tourney

Culbertson Cheer Squad lit up the audience with their half-time show during the Class 2-C District Championship girls' game where Plentywood beat Froid/Lake 51-33. Earlier in the evening, MonDak...

 
 By Beth Redlin    News    February 24, 2016

Successfully Battling Annual Grass Invasions Focus Of ARS Talk

Annual grass invasions into productive perennial grasslands are creating headaches for livestock producers and land managers. As the annual grasses move in, their litter provides fuel for fires, which in turn aid germination of the annual invader,...

 

Watford City Claims First Championship In New Gymnasium

Watford City Lady Wolves defeated the Parshall Braves 63-45 to claim the District 15 Championship on Monday. Not only did the Wolves claim first place but recorded the first game and the first...

 
 By Kelcey Fixen    News    February 24, 2016

Richland County Relay for Life Bowl For A Cure

The committee is excited to host Sidney’s first Bowl for a Cure Fundraising Event. OK Lanes has partnered with the Richland County Relay Event Leadership Team to bring this family fun event to the community, and help fund the cure! The fundraiser...

 

Senn Honored By Thrivent Financial For Outstanding Performance

Harvey Senn, LUTCF, FIC, CLTC, Sidney MT & Watford City, ND, a financial associate with Thrivent Financial, has qualified to attend the Peak Performers conference as a Sierra Level qualifier by providing outstanding financial guidance, solutions and...

 

Boys and Girls Club Event Tickets On Sale March 1

Ho’olu komo la kaua! Please join us! Pull out your favorite Hawaiian shirt or muumuu and get ready for great food and fun at the annual event & auction for the Boys and Girls Club of Richland County. The Luau themed event takes place the evening...

 

Free Child Development Screening Offered

Child Find/Developmental Screening at Central School (200 3rd Ave. SE) on Feb. 29(Mon.)and Mar.1(Tue.) from 2:30-7:30 p.m. Mar. 7 (Mon.) and Mar. 8 (Tue.) from 2:30-7:30 p.m. To have your child included in the screening, appointments are necessary...

 

Young Professionals of Watford City Brings Connections to the Community

Young Professionals of Watford City (YPWC) is an organization based on the values of community, leadership, contribution, personal growth and involvement. The group was started about 6 months ago by...

 

Wanted Person Of The Week

On May 12, 2015 a warrant was issued out of Sidney City Court for Howard Clay Davis for Aggravated DUI 3rd Offense, a Misdemeanor. Davis was originally involved in a motor vehicle accident with a...

 

Ag Days Beef Cutting Demonstration to be held at the Richland County Fair Event Center Instead of Reynolds Market

Reynolds Market will be holding a beef cutting demonstration as part of Ag Day on Friday, March 4th, at 11:00am at the Richland County Fair Event Center. This is the first year that Reynolds will be...

 

Jamie Carlsen Named ROI Employee Of The Year

Jamie Carlsen was recently named Richland Opportunity Incorporated's (ROI) Employee of the Year. Carlsen is the Supported Living Manager and has worked for ROI for almost seven years. All of her...

 

Winner Of American Legion State Oratorical Speech Contest Off To Nationals

Saturday, January 30th 2015, sophomore Iida Lehto of Watford City, ND took 1st at the American Legion's Statewide Oratorical Speech Contest on the United States Constitution. Previous to the state...

 
 By Tie Shank    News    February 24, 2016

February Proclaimed American Heart Month in North Dakota

Governor Jack Dalrymple has proclaimed February 2016 as American Heart Month in North Dakota. In recognition of American Heart Month, the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) continues to raise...

 
 By Shawn Wenko    News    February 24, 2016

Williston Is Still Open For Business

Over the past several years, the city of Williston has had quite a story to tell. We became the fastest growing small city in the Nation. We tripled the size of our population. Tripled the size of our land mass and a single word called the “Bakken...

 

The 35th Annual Quilt Show Is Now On Display At The MonDak Heritage Center

New this year is the addition of needle-work. Stop in to view the show Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m to 4 p.m, and Saturdays, 1-4pm. The show is open now through March 12. On March 12 from 1-4 p.m, we will have an open house to showcase the...

 

A Mother's Son

I am not sure how to start. Do I start at the end or the beginning? I thought that I would start at the end then go back to what I believe is the beginning. My son Ryan James Chatterton committed...

 

Local Partnerships Prevail For Boys & Girls Club Of Richland County

Since 2010 a strong partnership between Reynolds Market and Blue Rock Products has helped support activities at the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County (BGCRC). Ron Utgaard, store manager, has...

 

The Fox Hill-Hell Creek Aquifer Study Will Determine The Reason For Declining Water Levels And Potential Solutions

On Fri., March 4, information about the Fox Hills- Hell Creek aquifer study will be presented at 1 p.m. at the Richland County Event Center as part of Ag Days. The project is being funded by the...

 

Sidney Wrestling Club Competes in Choteau & Butte

The Sidney Wrestling Club had a big weekend. Sidney Middle School Coach and Montana Wrestling Committee Chairman, Shane Gorder, coordinated and took two teams, Sidney Eagle Force, and Team Delta...

 

A Wide Range Of Topics Will Be Covered During Ag Days, March 3rd & 4th

The MonDak Ag Days and Trade Show, Thur., March 3 and Fri., March 4, will hold educational sessions at the Richland County Event Center featuring the latest and greatest information and developments f...

 

Reynolds Market to Hold A Beef Cutting Demonstration, Friday March 4

Reynolds Market will be holding a beef cutting demonstration as part of Ag Days on Friday, March 4, at 11 a.m. in the Reynolds meat department. Reynolds will be taking part in Ag Days for the first...

 

Tom Peters To Discuss Sugarbeet Weed Control

Tom Peters, a Sugarbeet Weed Specialist and Assistant Professor at North Dakota State University in the Department of Plant Sciences, will be at the MonDak Ag Days and Trade Show March 3 to discuss...

 

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