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 By Ashley Harris    News    April 24, 2013

Guest Author Visits WestSide School

Geri Keams, a Navajo (Dineh) Indian storyteller, actress, and author, was a guest speaker at Westside School in Sidney on Friday, April 12th. Her grandmother, a rugweaver and storyteller, inspired...

 

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 Fairgrounds Event Center. Sletvold, who is a 1994 graduate of Sidney High School, suffered a massive stroke on...

 

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...

 

"Fun-Tastic Fitness 4 Kidz!" Gymnastics Registration

The Sidney Gymnastics Club will be holding classes for kids ages 3 through 18 this summer. The club will also be holding themed morning summer camps during the month of June! Registration and signups will be held Thursday, April 25 and Friday, April...

 
 By Kim Kittelson    News    April 24, 2013

RSVP Grant Brings Programs to Northeastern Montana

Northeastern Montana Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) would like to introduce itself to the community. The spirit of RSVP is already in so many of Northeastern Montana residents. Helping one another seems to be second nature for so many of u...

 

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...

 

Sidney FFA State Convention Results

Sidney FFA had chapter participants at the recent State FFA Convention where over 1500 members and guests participated in some fashion. James Topp, Travis Obergfell, Duran Vigesaa, Emily Schaff and...

 

Sidney 7th Grade Basketball Team Competes in Billings

7th Grade Sidney Traveling Basketball Team competed in Billings Heights Tip-Off Tournament on April 6th & 7th. Front Row (left to right): Trent DeJarlais, Kolby Watterson. Back Row (left to right):...

 
 By Beth Redlin    News    April 24, 2013

Fairview Cleanup Day to Include FREE E-waste Recycling

The Fairview Chamber is adding e-cycling to its annual spring cleanup day activities this year, in cooperation with Richland County’s E-rase your E-waste program. Saturday, May 11 has been designated as City Wide Cleanup Day in Fairview, according...

 

Tracking Snow Geese

North Dakota spring light goose hunters can track general locations of geese as birds make their way through the state. Hunters are able to call 701-328-3697 to hear recorded information 24 hours a day. Migration reports are also posted on the North...

 

Verhasselt Decorated with Bronze Star Medal

Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Todd J. Verhasselt has been decorated with the Bronze Star Medal. The medal is awarded to an individual who, while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, has performed a heroic act, meritorious acts or achievements, or...

 

Missouri River Safety Day

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department, Townsquare Media and Sykes are sponsoring the Missouri River SPLASH – a recreation and boating safety event for everyone who enjoys the Missouri River. The event is Thursday, May 16 in Mandan from 3-6...

 

Are You Ready to Clean Our City, Williston?

Snow, snow go away, we need you gone for clean up day! Clean-up Williston Day, a semi-annual event where the community comes together to help beautify the city by cleaning thoroughfares, sidewalks, parks and schools will take place on Saturday,...

 

Leonard Strand, 77 Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Leonard Strand, 77, of Sidney, MT were held at 10 a.m. Monday, April 22, 2013 at Pella Lutheran Church, Sidney, MT with Pastors George Karras and Charlane Lines officiating. Cremation followed services under the direction of...

 
 By Brooke Marshall    News    April 24, 2013

Montana Board of Crime Control Honors Crime Victims' Rights Week

On behalf of the Montana Board of Crime Control, I am writing in honor and recognition of Montana crime victims. This week marks the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 21-27, 2013, a week dedicated to raising awareness of crime victims’ i...

 

Trashy Tuesday

(L-R) Tevis Eleson, ROI and Randy Olson, Recycling Advisory Committee, get ready for Trashy Tuesday, with the sign held up by a snow bank from Monday’s storm.  Rain, snow or shine, Trashy Tuesdays...

 
 By Leslie Messer    News    April 24, 2013

"Boomtown Country" To Portray Montana's Boom & Bust Heritage

John White and the “Pikes Peakers” began an era that changed the heritage of Montana, with the discovery of gold in Grasshopper Creek. The first boomtowns were born as thousands rushed to Bannack, Virginia City and other outposts in the 1860s. Ne...

 
 By Jaimee Green    Energy    April 24, 2013

Sonda's Solutions Offers Oilfield Apparel And Expertise

In the oil industry, most workers don’t have the luxury of a typical nine to five hour work schedule. They work long hours, both day and night. So, in their off-time, shopping for work related...

 

8th Annual "Best Kept Secret" Bra Auction to be Held April 26th in Sidney

This year all the proceeds will benefit the Local Cancer Coalition Relief Fund, which monetarily assists individuals fighting cancer in Sidney and the surrounding area. The decorated bras with...

 

MSU Extension Seeks Applicants For Agriculture & Resource Leadership Program

Montana State University Extension is offering a new, two-year leadership program for professionals in agriculture and natural resource industries. The Resource Education and Agriculture Leadership (REAL) Montana training will include participant...

 

Richland Rangers Girls' U19 Champions at Rapid City Tournament

This is an annual tournament held every year in Rapid City. The girls qualified by winning state this year in the North Dakota state hockey tournament. There were seven teams, three from North Dakota...

 
 By Amy R Sisk    News    April 24, 2013

Legislators Refer Big Changes in Elections to Montana Voters

Come 2014, it’s up to voters to decide the fate of Montana’s primary election system and late voter registration date. The Montana House and Senate cleared two referendums last week that could change the state’s voting laws. The measures...

 
 By Jessica Sena    Energy    April 24, 2013

Flared Gas Yields Green Solutions

Green technology is on the horizon, and in one of the most unlikely places; the Bakken oil patch. Innovative Montana co-founders of the Billings business G2G Solutions (Gas to Green) have created an...

 

Bighorns Show Record Lamb Recruitment

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual bighorn sheep survey revealed a minimum of 297 bighorn sheep in western North Dakota. The 2012 count was second highest on record and 5 percent above last year’s survey. In total, biologists...

 

Public Notification Of A Sex Offender Residing In McKenzie Co.

Jerry P. Sticka, resides in Dakota Land Housing, Lot 21, Bruegger St., Alexander, ND.   Sex Assault. Convicted: March/1993 MT-Register, MT-NonExp ND-Status: Registered, ND-Risk Level:...

 

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