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Injury Prevention Team & Blue Rock Distribute "Thumb Rings"

The Richland County Injury Prevention Team was supported by Blue Rock Companies this spring in conjunction with their 100 year celebration and their efforts in bringing awareness to the dangers of Texting & Driving. Blue Rock Companies purchased...

 
 By MT FWP    News    May 15, 2013

FWP Offers Program Related to CRP Enrollment

Sign up time is here for the popular Open Fields for Game Bird Hunters program. Open Fields for Game Bird Hunters is a voluntary program that pays landowners an add-on payment for lands enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve Program. Open...

 

Watford City Pick Up the Patch June 1

Pick up the Patch is a community-wide effort to clean up debris left behind once the winter snow melts in the Watford City and surrounding areas. It’s a great opportunity for people and businesses to come together and show their community support...

 
 By Emily Schaff    News    May 15, 2013

High School Students To Be Recognized At Academic Social

Two separate events will take place to honor and recognize Sidney High School students for their educational efforts during the Academic Honors Social. Freshman through seniors who maintained a 3.5 GPA for three straight quarters will be recognized...

 

Sidney Public Schools Baby Boom

Whether there is something in the water at all the Sidney Public Schools or not, these Sidney School staff members are insuring their jobs for the future. Pictured here are all the staff members who...

 

Mother's Day Court

On Mother’s Day Court Mother Cabrini #1766 Junior Catholic Daughters in Sidney hosted a Tea for their mothers and other relatives.  Serving a variety of fruits, desserts, cheese and crackers along...

 

Sidney Middle School Track

The Sidney Middle School track team held a meet at home last weekend....

 

Poplars Not Popular

Spring is here and new homeowners are very enthused about beautifying their new home with trees, shrubs and a lawn. Developing a home landscape plan can be fun but requires a lot of hard labor and...

 

Catholic Daughters

In Billings at St. Bernard’s May 3-5 the Montana Catholic Daughters of the Americas met for their State Convention.  Plans are being made to host the National CDA Convention in July 2014 also in...

 

Vandals Need To Think Twice

Vandals need to think twice before committing a crime on a public site managed by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. Anyone convicted of vandalism on FWP managed sites, including fishing access sites and wildlife management areas, may lose their...

 

2013 Fishing Season Opens May 18

Montana’s 2013 general fishing season opens May 18. Montana’s general fishing season opens on the third Saturday of May, while fishing on the state’s lakes and reservoirs is generally open year round. Montana’s general fishing season closes...

 

Public Notification Of Sex Offenders Residing In McKenzie County

Joe R. Blurton resides at Hwy 58 & 35th St NW., M Space Unit# 350, East Fairview, ND.  Gross Sexual imposition. Convicted: April/2007. ND-Status: Registered, ND-Risk Level: Moderate Robert W. Eaker...

 
 By Lisa Sanden    News    May 15, 2013

Fort Union Extended Hours and Events

On Saturday, May 25, Fort Union will extend operating hours to 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m. (Central Time). These hours will be in effect from Memorial Weekend to the end of Labor Day on September 2, 2013. Fort Union’s Trade House will be open every day...

 

Paulson Retires as SHC Chaplin

Pastor Elwin Paulson, who has been the Chaplain at Sidney Health Center for the past eight years, has announced his retirement. During a going away party at Extended Care on May 7, residents and...

 

Answers to Some of the Most Commonly Asked Medicare Questions

What is the new program beginning in July in certain areas across the nation where Medicare beneficiaries will pay less out-of-pocket for certain medical equipment and supplies if they purchase them through Medicare contract suppliers? For years,...

 

Overcoming Silence

In our world, with the increase of technologically advanced gadgets that can fill waking hours with information, entertainment and mind-numbing activity, most everyone has experienced that hour when...

 

Chronic Hepatitis C, Why Baby Boomers Should Get Tested

Why Should Baby Boomers Get Tested for Hepatitis C? More than 75% of adults with Hepatitis C are baby boomers. Baby boomers are people born from 1945 through 1965. Most of them don’t know they are infected. Baby boomers are five times more likely...

 

Caring Corner

Although it began as a Christmas store, the Caring Corner Gift Shop at Sidney Health Center has evolved to be a very unique boutique style store with a good cause. Started by Kay Ashcraft, the...

 

PSC Urges Telephone Customers to Verify Lifeline Status

A number of Montana telephone customers receiving Lifeline support were surprised in recent weeks to discover an increase in their phone bills after losing the monthly discount. Although not all Montana Public Service Commissioners are in support of...

 

DPHHS Urges Montanans Over Age 50 To Be Screened For Colorectal Cancer

Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) officials are urging Montanans age 50 and older to be screened for colorectal cancer. Every year, 500 Montanans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and of those about 90 percent are over 50 yea...

 

Improving Family Connections With Better Hearing

(BPT) - Does this sound familiar? You tell your spouse all about the aggravating thing that happened at work today. He or she seems to be nodding in agreement, until you ask what you should do about...

 

Elderlaw

“We always meant to get married,” said the Senior Legal Helpline caller. “But something always got in the way.” Now her brother is in the way. “He’s going to evict me from our house. Can he do that?” he asked. The answer: In most...

 

Make Your Home Asthma-Friendly

Over 8 million children in the U.S. suffer from asthma. It also the leading cause why children miss school. This disease, which is characterized by attacks of tightness in the chest, shortness of...

 

Cookbooks Are Back

Back by popular demand, Harriet Hillesland’s cookbook ‘Clean Your Plate & Kiss The Cook!’ is now available again. The cookbook, which has 114 pages of recipes, includes categories such as:...

 

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