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Articles from the April 29, 2020 edition

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Artist Brings Joy To Residents At Good Shepherd Home, Watford City

Artist Melissa Gordon arrived on the grounds of the Good Shepherd Home on Tuesday, April 21 and visited the outside of 50 residents' windows. Gordon individually communicated with them through the...

 
 By Paul Tedrow    News    April 29, 2020

Draggin' Main Returns To Sidney, Join In The Fun May 2

Draggin' Main returned to Sidney last Saturday, kicking off at Holly and Central and heading south to the roundabout. Music for the cruise was broadcasted on Eagle 93.1 FM. "Organizers and volunteers...

 

Truck Driver Appreciation Lunch April 30, Sidney

There will be a free lunch for truck drivers from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 30, and starting at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 1, in the Town Pump parking lot. Sponsors for the appreciation lunch include...

 

Special Delivery

McKenzie County Health Systems recieved a special delivery of 200 12oz bottles of hand sanitizers from EnerPlus, ONEOK, EOG Resources, RimRock Oil and Gas, Medowlark Brewery and BJ Services on...

 

Sidney Health Center Adjusts To "New Normal" With COVID-19 Precautions

Every newspaper, television program and Internet headline has appropriately discussed all of the issues of dealing with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Some geographic areas have been hit extremely hard. It is true this pandemic affects...

 

Stockman Bank Offers "Teach Children To Save Day" Lesson On Facebook

Friday, April 24, 2020 was National Teach Children to Save Day. Each year, Stockman Bank employees visit Montana classrooms to give a savings lesson to children, helping them develop the skills they need to make smart financial decisions as adults. R...

 

Sidney Man Charged with Obstruction & Resisting Arrest

On April 17 Carl Myrland was arrested and charged with Obstructing a Peace Officer or Other Public Servant and Resisting Arrest. Sidney Police and Richland County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a noise complaint at 907 3rd St. NW arriving on...

 

Letters to the Editor:

The Rest Of The Story Dear Editor:  I am saddened when an elected leader of the majority party in the Montana State Legislature becomes involved in a personal attack on an incumbent Legislator, of their party, in a district 500+ miles away, for...

 

Governor Bullock Announces Plan To Begin Phased Reopening Of Montana

Governor Steve Bullock announced on Wednesday, April 22 a gradual and phased reopening of the state beginning Sunday for individuals, and extending to businesses on Monday. “There are very few states in the country that can say they have seen the...

 

Reynolds Market Makes Donation To Richland County Food Bank

Food banks across the nation are busier than ever right now. People are really struggling and that fear of where the next meal will come from is sadly, a very real one. Reynolds Market wanted to help...

 

Williston Small Businesses Create Sales Opportunities

Small businesses will eventually re-open, but they may never be the same. The COVID-19 pandemic has completely shut down some shops while others are using their ingenuity to keep their doors open. One local startup was only open two weeks before the...

 

Montana Hemp Growers Establish Checkoff; Applications Sought for Committee

Helena, MT – Montana hemp growers have voted to establish a 1% checkoff for hemp, making Montana the first state in the nation to establish a hemp checkoff. Checkoff funds are used to fund activities related to research, market development and...

 

Planning For A Garden

With days starting to get warmer, you might find yourself wanting to get outside more, and the possibility of starting a garden might have crossed your mind. However, there are some things that you...

 

Add Tropicals to Your Home This Spring

With the season of spring soon upon us many are turning towards vegetable gardening and what they can do outdoors. However, the groups of plants known as "tropicals" or "houseplants" Has become more...

 

How To Keep Your Car On The Road Longer

(BPT) - Did you know that one in four Americans keep their cars for an average of seven years or more? Nearly another third (29%) say they typically own their car for three to four years. With...

 

Local Business Seeking Partners To Help Fill Community Need

For awhile now, a local Sidney business has been contributing a percentage of sales revenue back into the community via a local organization. In February it was for the Angel Fund, which helps out...

 
 By Jody Wells    News    April 29, 2020

Political Action Committee Files Lawsuit Following Krautter Complaint

On April 14 political action committee (PAC), Doctors for a Healthy Montana, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Missoula against MT Attorney General Tim Fox and Commissioner of Political Practices (COPP) Jeffery Mangan. The group claims the...

 

Ag Producers Financially Injured By Pandemic Urged To Apply For Programs Immediately

Congress recently appropriated $310 billon of additional funding to the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and an additional $60 billion for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) program. RJ Karney, American Farm...

 
 By Dustin Ogdin    Energy    April 29, 2020

Legislative Committee Derails Radioactive Oil Waste Rules Years In The Making

HELENA, Mont. - Members of an interim legislative committee, the Environmental Quality Council, voted yesterday to “object” to a nearly final draft of rules that would guide the disposal of radioactive oil waste in Montana. The committee is...

 
 By Stacy Wirtz    News    April 29, 2020

Greater Montana Foundation and Montana Broadcasters Association to Co-sponsor Debates for Gubernatorial Candidates

Ron Davis, Chair, Greater Montana Foundation and Greg Pace, Chair, Montana Broadcasters Association, announced today that the two groups will hold debates for the Democratic and Republican candidates for Governor, on Saturday, May 2. There will be...

 

Burgum releases ND Smart Restart Protocols For Businesses Operating Through COVID-19 Pandemic

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum and Commerce Commissioner Michelle Kommer today released “North Dakota Smart Restart” protocols for businesses resuming or continuing operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, as the state’s number of active...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    News    April 29, 2020

Richland County COVID-19 Situation Update

COVID-19 UPDATE: Richland County currently has no active positive cases of COVID-19. Three individuals have been released from home isolation and are considered recovered. Testing is conducted through a healthcare provider. Public health follow-up wi...

 
 By Emily Houska    News    April 29, 2020

Stockman Reopens Bank Lobbies

We are pleased to announce that most of our bank lobbies will be open for business on Monday, May 4th during our regular business hours. Information on bank locations and operating hours is available on our website at www.stockmanbank.com. We are...

 

MT 200 - Fairview Project Update

The MT 200 - Fairview road reconstruction project is on schedule, with the south end of the highway milled (the process of removing part of the paved area) and the city's water line work expected to...

 

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