Articles from the March 16, 2022 edition


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  • Katelynn's Voice Foundation Fundraiser May 14

    Jaymi Mozeak|Mar 16, 2022

    In the wake of tragedy Katelynn Berry's family has chosen to help the community in Katelynn's memory. The small Facebook blog page, "Bring Katelynn Berry Home", meant to further the search efforts with photo's of Katelynn and a reward for the missing woman is now, Katelynn's Voice, a foundation created to raise money to aid those with mental health issues or dealing with addiction and to raise awareness of these problems. Katelynn was diagnosed with schizophrenia in her early 20's and battled...

  • Montana PSC Schedules MDU Public Listening Session April 18

    Mar 16, 2022

    The Montana Public Service Commission will hold a public listening session on Montana-Dakota utilities Co.'s 2021 Biennial Electric Integrated Resource Plan in Sidney, on April 18 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Richland County Extension meeting room. In general MDU's IRP indicates that the least-cost electricity for MDU customers will result from retiring Lewis & Clark 1 on March 31, 2021, Heskett I and 2 by March 31, 2022, relying on energy supply contracts and MISO market...

  • McKenzie County Injury Crash March 12

    Sgt. Michelle Romans|Mar 16, 2022

    On March 12, Charles Steed, a 31-year-old male, and Nathaniel Steed, a 19-year-old male both from Colorado City, AZ were traveling in a 2011 GMC Sierra westbound on Hwy 68 near mile marker 2. The GMC left the roadway to the north, overcorrected, crossed both lanes of travel, entered the south ditch, and struck a stop sign. The GMC partially overturned and struck a fence. The GMC came to rest in the south ditch facing north on its wheels. The passenger was ejected. Both occupants were transported to Sidney Health Center. Charles Steed was...

  • SHS Students Meet The Famous Singer "Cimafunk"

    Peggy Ann Strupp|Mar 16, 2022

    Sidney High School students from the Spanish III/IV class recently won a student music video contest hosted by the Cuban hip-hop/funk group "Cimafunk." Six different schools across the nation were named as winners, with Sidney High School being the smallest school to earn the honor. For their prize, Sidney students received a video chat call via Zoom on their big screen TV in the classroom with "Cimafunk". The students were able to ask questions and the musician even sang them a song acapella....

  • Savage Schools To Present "Into The Woods Jr." March 24-26

    Mar 16, 2022

    Savage Public Schools will present “Into The Woods Jr.”March 24-26 at 7 p.m. at the Savage High School Auditorium. Tickets are available at the high school office for $7 for adults, $5 for seniors (55+) and students. Cassandra Moos and Nate Louisignau, Savage School, will produce the show....

  • Greg L. Zadow, 72, Sidney, MT

    Mar 16, 2022

    A celebration of life for Greg L. Zadow, 72, Sidney, MT, is at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 16, 2022, at V.F.W. Hall, Sidney, MT. Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home, Sidney, MT is caring for the family. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be shared with the family at www.fulkersons.com. Greg passed away on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, at his home in Sidney, MT....

  • Hardanger Class For Beginners, Sidney, March 21

    Mar 16, 2022

    The Sidney Sons of Norway Lodge is offering a Hardanger class for beginners. Classes begin 6 p.m., Monday, March 21, at Pella Church. Hardanger is a traditional Norwegian embroidery technique using even-weave fabric and features cutwork for interest. For further information on the Beginning Hardanger class please contact Becky Kallevig at 406-480-9190 or Lucy Lovec at 406-973-1594....

  • Trades Persons Fair May 4, Fairview

    Dianne Swanson|Mar 16, 2022

    In an effort to connect high school students and the public with local contacting businesses and tech training programs, the Fairview Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Trades Persons Fair from 9-11 a.m., Wednesday, May 4 at Fairview High School. Trades people such as plumbers, electricians, equipment operators and more are in high demand. The tech industry is always looking for employees. The fair is an attempt to connect students with local businesses that can best explain the rewards of a career in those fields. It is also designed as a...

  • Red Cross Blood Drive, Sidney, March 22

    Mar 16, 2022

    There will be a Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, March 22, from 12-6 p.m. at St. Matthew’s Parish Center, 310 7th St. SE, Sidney. Advance appointments are strongly recommended, as there is limited availability for walk-ins. Please call 406-868-0911 or 1-800-733-2767 or visit redcrossblood.org to make an appointment. Facemasks are required. Red Cross has resumed testing all blood donations for COVID-19 antibodies for a limited time....

  • Youth Movement To Carry Cross From Sidney To Fairview On Good Friday

    Dianne Swanson|Mar 16, 2022

    The youth of Zion Lutheran Church along with youth from Sidney, Savage and beyond will carry a 12 foot cross from Pella Lutheran Church in Sidney to Fairview starting at noon on April 15, Good Friday with 14 stops along the way to read Scriptural accounts of the Way of the Cross. The walk will end at Zion Lutheran Church where participants will enjoy an Agape meal and a short Worship Celebration Service. All area youth in Montana and North Dakota, and those young at heart are invited to participate in this walk to give thanks for the Cross-and...

  • Meals In Minutes March 31, Sidney

    Carrie Krug|Mar 16, 2022

    Have you been wanting to get an electric pressure cooker, are afraid to use one, or have one and want to learn more? Join MSU Extension for an evening of learning about electric pressure cookers. Then enjoy some tasty foods that you will be making in an electric pressure cooker to enjoy with other class participants. Class will be on Thursday, March 31, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at MSU Extension Richland County Office Meeting Room, 1499 N Central Ave., Sidney. The cost for this class is $10 at the door, and scholarships are available upon request. Class...

  • Correction

    Mar 16, 2022

    In the March 9 issue of The Roundup on page 1A in the Brody Gorder Memorial Wrestling Duels & Invitational This Week story Brody Gorder’s name was misspelled in the headline and it should have been Brodie Gorder....

  • DNRC To Convene First Stakeholder Working Group Meetings Of Comprehensive Water Review; Launches Dedicated Website

    Cassie Wandersee|Mar 16, 2022

    Helena, MT - With support from the governor’s office and executive branch feedback, the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is leading a comprehensive review of water management and administration as part of the Governor Greg Gianforte’s Montana Comeback Plan and Red Tape Relief initiative. “After almost 50 years of piecemeal adjustments to the Water Use Act, we believe it is time to review our current water administration and management so we can meet the water needs of the 21st Century,” said Anna Pakenham Stevenson, DNRC Wa...

  • Dasinger Joins Kiwanis

    Mar 16, 2022

    Katie Dasinger became the newest member of the Sidney Kiwanis Club on Thursday, March 10. She is the Sidney Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Director of Programs and was sponsored by Kali Godfrey. Pictured with Dasinger is Kiwanis President Keith Bostrom. (Photo by Dianne Swanson)...

  • Voice Your Opinions About Healthcare In Richland Co. Health Survey

    Rita Steinbeisser|Mar 16, 2022

    Community members in Richland County and surrounding areas may soon be receiving a survey in their mailbox. This survey will be sent to a random sample of homes and will help Sidney Health Center to identify health services needed in the community. This information will be used for strategic planning, grant applications, new programs, and by community groups interested in addressing health issues. This project, administered by the Montana Office of Rural Health and funded in part through the Montana Health Research and Education Foundation...

  • Sidney Gymnastics Team Results, Minot Meet, March 5-6

    Mar 16, 2022

    Level 3 Brynlee Deming: Vault 8.450; Uneven Bars 7.750; Balance Beam 7.750; Floor Exercise 8.00; All Around 31.950 Camryn Franck: Vault 8.850; Uneven Bars 7.050; Balance Beam 7.550; Floor Exercise 8.750; All Around 32.2 Zoey Buske: Vault 8.4; Uneven Bars 7.1; Balance Beam 8.150; Floor Exercise 8.8; All Around 32.450 Level 4 Malia Larson: Vault 8.650; Uneven Bars 6.8; Balance Beam 8.050; Floor Exercise 8.250; All Around 31.750 Myra Wieland: Vault 8.6; Uneven Bars 5.5; Balance Beam 8.850; Floor Exercise 8.9; All Around 31.850 Level 6 Morgan...

  • Men's Health Screenings To Take Place In March

    Toni Zieske|Mar 16, 2022

    March is designated as National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. During this month, hospitals and medical facilities across the nation focus their attention on preventing, treating and curing colorectal cancer. According to the CDC, colorectal cancer, which occurs in the colon or rectum, is the leading cause for cancer death in Montana and the United States. On two consecutive Thursday evenings in March, Sidney Health Center Cancer Care and the Richland County Health Department are teaming up...

  • Highway Rehabilitation Project For MT 200 West Of Lambert In Richland County Planned For Construction In 2024

    Megan Redmond|Mar 16, 2022

    Lambert - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to update the public and invite questions or comment on the plans to rehabilitate and widen about 11 miles of Highway 200, west of Lambert. The project begins approximately half a mile west of the intersection with County Road 126 and extends east for about 11 miles ending near the intersection with County Road 328, northwest of Lambert. This project includes rehabilitating the existing pavement, widening the roadway to include two-foot shoulders, slope flattening, drainage...

  • Sidney Wrestling Club Headed to State Tournament

    Mar 16, 2022

  • Watford City Hockey

    Mar 16, 2022

  • Brodie Gorder Memorial Wrestling Tournament

    Mar 16, 2022

    The Brodie Gorder Iron Eagle Memorial Wrestling Tournament took place in Sidney on March 12-13. Sidney's Team Brodie took 2nd place during the dual tournament March 12. Dual scores for the Sidney team were Team Champ Gold (Billings) 103-9, Circle 103-13, Glasgow 72-42 and Team Champ Black (Billings) 29-72. Brodie Gorder Memorial Iron Eagle 2022 Team Results 1st Place: Alexander Comets, 6174 2nd Place: Baker Wrestling Club, 6184 3rd Place: Beach Bucs, 6181 4th Place: Billings Wrestling Club,...

  • Lower Yellowstone Wool Pool Meeting March 23

    Marley Manoukian|Mar 16, 2022

    The Lower Yellowstone Wool Pool will be meeting on Wednesday, March 23, 7 p.m. at Richland County Extension Office Meeting Room, Sidney, MT. The Lower Yellowstone Wool Pool in addition to the Front Range Pool (Choteau), Hi-Line Pool (Havre to Nashua), Northeastern Pool (Scobey and Plentywood), and Mon-Dak Pool (Wibaux and Beach, ND), are part of the eastern Montana Consolidated Wool Pool. This consolidated pool was created in 2002 as an opportunity for wool growers to “pool” their wool together and receive more for their product. When gro...

  • 75th High School Reunion

    Jaymi Mozeak|Mar 16, 2022

    When one hears of a 75th High School Reunion one thinks of invitations, balloons, music, and the high school gym rented out for a few alumni to catch up and reminisce. No one thinks of the extended care unit of their local hospital, yet, for four residents at Sidney's Extended Care Unit, that is how theirs came to be. Gilda Buxbaum, Ruth Pederson, Peggy Zadow, and Elsa Banyai all graduated from Sidney High School in 1947, 75 years ago, and ended up back where they took that step out of...

  • Livestock Water Challenges Expected to Continue in 2022

    NDSU Agriculture Communication|Mar 16, 2022

    Access to adequate, good quality water will continue to be a challenge for ranchers in North Dakota this spring, according to North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist, Miranda Meehan. Many ranchers in the region still depend on surface water sources, such as dugouts and stock dams to provide water to grazing livestock. Due to drought conditions in both 2020 and 2021, many livestock sources either dried up or were potentially toxic to livestock...

  • Sidney High School Faculty Basketball

    Mar 16, 2022

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