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Articles from the April 27, 2016 edition

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North Dakota Paddlefish Season Opens May 1

A paddlefish tag is required to participate in North Dakota’s paddlefish snagging season, which opens May. 1 and is scheduled to continue through the end of May. However, depending on the overall harvest, an early in-season closure may occur with...

 

Sunset Village Grand Opening

The Grand Opening of the Sunset Village was held on Thursday, April 21st, providing much needed affordable housing for area residents. The Sunset Village is a ten year project which replaced the...

 

Bra Auction Raises $20,000

The Bra Auction raised approximately $20,000 for the Cancer Coalition Aid Fund, which provides financial assistance to patients with all types of cancer. More than 40 donated bras were auctioned off...

 
 By Ag News Wire    News    April 27, 2016

Legislation Introduced for Tax Savings for FFA, 4-H Student Projects

The Montana Farm Bureau is urging Congressional support for S. 2774, the Agriculture Student EARN Act. The Act, introduced by Senators Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), would make the first $5,000 of income earned by students completing...

 

Great Success at '16 Boys & Girls Club of Richland County Annual Dinner & Auction

Thank you Richland County! The evening of April 2nd, over 240 Richland County community members joined Boys & Girls Club staff in the Hawaiian themed luau. It was a celebration of how donors have...

 
 By Dee Jorgensen    News    April 27, 2016

Eastern Montana Bible Camp Looking for Volunteers

Summer camps have been a U.S. tradition for over 150 years. Did you know that over ten million American kids attend camp every summer? That opportunity is available close by and coming up quickly. Eastern Montana Bible Camp was incorporated in 1950...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    April 27, 2016

Annual Bra Auction Raises Approximately $20,000 For Men, Women, And Children With All Types Of Cancer Throughout 6 Counties

The 11th Annual Best Kept Secret Bra Auction had another successful year, raising approximately $20,000 for the Cancer Coalition Aid Fund (CCAF), which is housed at the Foundation for Community Care....

 
 By Beth Redlin    News    April 27, 2016

Spring E-Waste Collection Event Returns In May

Organizers for the annual “E-rase your E-waste” collections are happy to announce the return of their spring e-waste collection event this year. Jackie Couture, chair of the E-rase your E-waste Committee, reported this week that the group is...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    April 27, 2016

The Re-Tree Richland County​ 2.0 Program ​is Saturday, April 30th

Applications are now available for the Re-Tree Richland County 2.0 program. They are available at Sidney City Hall located at 115 2nd St. SE, Sidney, MT, 59270. This is a free hands-on workshop which...

 

Sidney Track Action

Trace Jones runs in the 400 meter dash placing second with a time of 51.90. The Eagles travel to Dickinson Tuesday April 26th and to Glendive this weekend....

 

MSU Extension Specialist Recommends Deep Banding Or Tillage To Prevent Nitrogen Fertilizer Loss

Montana State University Extension recommends that producers now applying urea fertilizer (46-0-0) protect it from volatilization loss (ammonia loss to the air) by sub-surface banding, incorporation into the soil by tillage or a half-inch of water...

 

Richey Historical Society Needs Your Support

The Richey Historical Society would appreciate your help in sponsoring our book, “The Long Road Home”. The book will contain approximately a thousand pages and cover 100 years of history. There will be information and stories of the people who...

 

County Agent Update

Tick season is underway here in North Dakota. There are three species of ticks that can be found: American dog tick, Rocky Mountain wood tick and winter tick, American dog tick is the most common. Wit...

 
 By DPHHS    News    April 27, 2016

DPHHS Offers Advice To Prevent Tick Bites

As Montanans look to enjoy the great outdoors this spring and summer, Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) and local public health officials urge everyone to follow a few simple steps to prevent tick bites and their...

 

CHI St. Alexius Health Forms Regional Healthcare System

Jeff Drop, Catholic Health Initiatives’ Senior Vice President and Executive Officer with the Fargo division announced today the formation of a regional health care system in central and western North Dakota. CHI Mercy Medical Center in Williston,...

 

Key Club Installs Officers at Kiwanis

Under the capable direction of outgoing president Danny Johnson, Sidney Key Club ran the entire Kiwanis meeting last Thursday. The program included installation of Key Club officers for the 2016-17...

 

From Raking to Stonework,Your Local Landscaper is Here to Help

As the weather warms, business begins to pick up for landscaper Curtis Romeo who knows that once summer is in full swing, he will be extremely busy throughout the area. Romeo grew up in Trinidad and m...

 

Why Attic to Bonus Room Conversions are Tops When It Comes to Useful Home Improvements

(BPT) - Open floor plans, mini-mansions, micro homes - some home design styles and elements shift with the currents of consumer tastes. However, others stand the test of time because they're...

 

Staging Your Home For Sale

If you are someone who is looking to move, whether it be across town or someplace new, there can be a lot of different aspects when it comes to selling your house. One of these aspects is "staging" yo...

 

How to Pick Flowers

To say that I am an amateur gardener is to be very generous with the term; really, I just like to play in the dirt and see if something beautiful comes of it. Gardening is a hobby that anyone can...

 

5 Essential Spring Home Improvement Projects

(BPT) - The arrival of spring means new beginnings and a fresh chance to tackle those home improvement projects you've been putting off for the last several months. Get your home ready for summer and...

 

Know What's Below Before You Dig This Spring

(BPT) - With the snow gone and the ground thawed, many eager homeowners and landscape professionals across the country are rolling up their sleeves and reaching for their shovels to start projects...

 

Gardening 101

When it comes to preparing an area for a vegetable garden there is one main point to stress: do whatever you possibly can do to limit the amount of "damage" to the soil. Soil damage, refers to soil...

 

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