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DEQ Discharge Permit Needed Before Applying Pesticides To State Water

The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) recently announced a new wastewater permitting program that regulates application of pesticide to surface waters in the state. The new program was developed in conjunction with a federal...

 

Mid-Rivers Makes Annual Donation To Area EMS & Fire Departments

Mid-Rivers Communications based in Circle, recently donated a total of $11,400 to area Emergency Medical Service (EMS)/ambulance service providers and fire departments within the Mid-Rivers service area, ranging from Lewistown in central Montana to...

 

Sidney Girls Track Takes First, Boys Place Fourth

Hardin – March 31 Girls 1,600 Lakayla Nentwig 6th 6:26.8 100 hurdles Lexi Prevost 1st 17.1 Mikayla Minow 5th 17.6 300 hurdles Lexi Prevost 1st 49.6 Mikayla Minow 2nd 51.4 400-m dash Jalyssa Gorder 5th 1:05.5 100-m dash Ciara Sinks 5th 13.53...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    News    April 4, 2012

Shocking Salt-tistics

A healthier community begins with a healthy diet! Although nutrition guidelines are often confusing, one thing is crystal clear: controlling or monitoring your salt intake may significantly improve your health. It is well-known that eating too much...

 

Farm Credit Services Holds Annual Stockholders Meeting

Stockholders of Farm Credit Services of North Dakota, ACA elected one director at their annual meeting which was held at the Holiday Inn in Minot on Tuesday, March 27. Tim Dwyer, Sidney, was newly elected to a four-year term. Stockholders also re-ele...

 

A.M. Best Affirms Thrivent Financial For Lutherans A++ (Superior) Rating With Stable Outlook

Agency cites strong capitalization and market presence as well as positive earnings results. A.M. Best has affirmed Thrivent Financial for Lutherans A++ (Superior) rating as well as its stable outlook. The A++ (Superior) rating is the highest of the...

 

"Pajama Tops" Auditions

Entertainment, Inc! announces "Pajama Tops" auditions April 10th and 11th at 7:00 PM CST in the Old Armory Theatre, Lower Level. Visit www.entertainmentinc.org for details....

 

Sidney Wrestling Club Tournament Freestyle Results

Tot 35# 1st Asle Everett 2nd Cayden Hambro 40# 1st Reece Graves 2nd Jaiden Gustafson 3rd Christian Rasmussen 4th Carter Grimmet 45#A 1st Tyler Loan 3rd Brandon Becker 45#B 1st Gavin Skoy 2nd Beau Rindahl 3rd Amen Powell 50/55# 2nd Rafe Sabin 3rd Aaro...

 

Richey Public Schools Honor Roll

Seniors: Mykala Senner, 4.0, Sarah Jensen, 3.93, Charlie Switzer, 3.93, Emily Kavanaugh, 3.89, Aaron Senner, 3.56 Juniors: Taylor Brown, 4.0, Kody Sodt, 3.24,Shanna Olson, 3.17 Sophomores: Grace Kavanaugh, 3.86, Michelle Switzer, 3.67, Elizabeth...

 

Sidney Wrestling Club Tournament Greco Results

Tot 35/40# 1st Reece Graves 2nd Christian Rasmussen 3rd Jaiden Gustafson 4th Asle Everett 45A# 1st Tyler Loan 3rd Brandon Becker 45B# 1st Gavin Skoy 2nd Beau Rindahl 3rd Amen Powell 50# 2nd Nathan Carlsen 3rd Rafe Sabin 55# 1st Aaron See 2nd Kaleb Ku...

 

Agreement Now On Web

An agreement between Montana’s wildlife agency and a northeastern Montana Indian reservation that allowed for the recent translocation and long-term care of more than 60 disease-free bison is now available online. A total of 63 bison arrived...

 

Nemont Partners With Verizon Wireless To Bring LTE To Northeast Montana

Sagebrush Cellular d.b.a. Nemont, a leading telecommunications carrier in Northeastern Montana, Western North Dakota and South Central Montana, has announced that the company has entered into an agreement with Verizon Wireless to participate in the...

 

Healthcare Scholarships Available

The Foundation for Community Care’s Board of Directors is pleased to accept applications for its annual Healthcare Scholarship program. Richland County and surrounding area residents pursuing an education in a healthcare field who intend to live...

 

WCCU Membership Meeting Results

Members and guests attended the Membership meeting held Monday March 26, 2012, at the Elks Club in Dickinson. Western Cooperative Credit Union President/CEO Melanie Stillwell, and Dickinson Branch Manager Scott Schwindt awarded Employee Service...

 

1st Annual Lewis & Clark Trail Museum Talent Show Set For May 5

GOT TALENT? Kids and adults are invited to participate in the 1st Annual Lewis and Clark Trail Museum Talent Show in the Alexander School Gymnasium May 5 at 6 p.m. Bands, dancers, magic acts, comedians, singers, basketball tricks, pet tricks,...

 

Ninth Circuit Court Upholds Montana Wolf Delisting

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed the constitutionality of Congress’ removal of wolves from the federal endangered species list. Montana Outfitters and Guides Association join all the responsible conservation organizations across...

 

Youth Grant Program Recruits Young Hunters

Wildlife, shooting, civic and fraternal organizations are encouraged to submit an application for the Encouraging Tomorrow’s Hunters program, a grant program developed to assist in recruitment of the next generation of hunters and shooters. Grant...

 
 By Lois Kerr    Ag Roundup    April 4, 2012

Sing To Retire In May

After serving Sidney Sugars and the community for nearly ten years, Steve Sing, Sidney Sugars General Manager, will retire effective the end of May. During his tenure, Sing has seen many changes at th...

 
 By Lois Kerr    Ag Roundup    April 4, 2012

Easter Treats

Easter arrives early this year. We will celebrate the occasion on Sunday, April 8, which doesn't leave a lot of time for those who like to plant their potatoes on Good Friday, as one tradition...

 

Euthanasia A Tough Part Of Owning Livestock

Most of us, whether we ranch and have large herds of animals or if we only have one or two family pets eventually face the difficult decision of when to terminate an animal's life. The animal may...

 

The Impacts Of Our Challenging Climate Conditions

Weather conditions, such as record flooding, extended periods without significant precipitation, warmer than average winter months and the possibility of drought loom for the growing season of 2012. What will the short- and long-term effects be on...

 

Rotating Herbicides Urged

Our weed control researchers at NDSU keep reminding county extension agents of the growing threats of weed resistance to commonly used herbicides. Those of us in the western part of North Dakota commo...

 

New Program Offers Conservation Reserve Program Training For Conservation Professionals

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is sponsoring a program to train a group of conservation professionals to provide planning, implementation, and management services for Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts. A team led...

 
 By Lois Kerr    Ag Roundup    April 4, 2012

Exploring Crane Creek Tributaries

Crane Creek has several tributaries that feed it, and the little streams or runoff areas that I walk by on almost a daily basis always seem to call to me, inviting me to splash through the water and...

 
 By Lois Kerr    Ag Roundup    April 4, 2012

Lightning Brings Benefits As Well As Troubles

Spring brings with it the chances for thunderstorms, and often these storms have the potential to produce dangerous lightning strikes. Most of us tend to look at lightning as a harmful side effect of...

 

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