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Articles from the May 23, 2012 edition

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Rau Loses Two Teachers To Retirement

Two Rau teachers will take years of memories with them when they retire at the end of this school year. Carolyn Koch and Jayne Miller, both retiring this year, have spent a combined total of 53 years...

 

Highway 16 To Get Passing Lanes

The Montana Department of Transportation announced that it will be constructing passing lanes on Highway 16 at the current construction site between the 19 mile marker and the 25 mile marker. District Administrator Shane Mintz said the change order w...

 

MonDak Area Stockgrowers Spring Gathering May 29

Be there at 6 p.m. for the Spring Meeting and Dinner at the GDAR Sale Barn, 3 miles west of Sidney on HWY 16. Featured speaker will be Ty McDonald of the Verified Beef Age & Source Verification Service. Meat and beverages will be provided. Please...

 

Lower Yellowstone REA Capital Credit Retirement

A decision has been made to modify the process of dispersing the capital credit retirement checks to consumers. In the past LYREA has always handed the checks out during the annual meeting. This year there will NOT be any checks handed out during...

 

Ag Ed. Department Replaces Old Recycling Sheds

On Tuesday, May 15, FFA members and Agriculture Education students took the old recycling sheds and replaced them with blue and yellow recycling sheds in the Pamida parking lot. The new recycling...

 
 By Jodi McPherson    News    May 23, 2012

Bakken Housing Summit Focasts Record Numbers In Housing Construction

The oil boom in the Bakken has made available housing in the oil patch become almost nonexistent. With housing shortages being one of the biggest problems of the current oil boom more than 350 people...

 

Summer Hours For Fort Union

On Saturday, May 26, Fort Union will change from winter hours to our summer hours. These hours will be from 8:00 am – 6:30 pm (Central Time) from Memorial Weekend to the end of Labor Day on September 3, 2012. Fort Union’s Trade House will be...

 

2012 Acreage Reports Deadline Is July 15

The annual requirement of reporting to the FSA office can be referred to as crop reporting, acreage reporting, or crop certification. Acreage reports are required to be filed by any producer requesting payments. This includes DCP, ACRE, NAP, CRP,...

 

Thank You

The family of Elmina Cook would like to thank all of Mom’s friends, card ladies, and quilters. Elsa-you and Mom went a lot of places together-you were a dear friend. To our extended families, you are special and you were all there for us; thank...

 

Arnstein Killingberg Family Orchestra Performs May 31st

Tickets are only $5 and are on sale now at the MonDak Heritage Center or from your favorite Sons of Norway member. Concert is Thursday night, May 31st. This four-piece, family, old-time orchestra come from the picturesque fjord area of North...

 
 By Violet Tharp    News    May 23, 2012

The Flags Of Honor

Sidney is home to a unique program called “The Flags of Honor” which originated in 1965. This program originally began as a community effort with members of 13 civic organizations who made the decision to ask members of the community to donate...

 

Free Collections Workshops For Museums, Libraries & Archives June 13-15

Lewis and Clark Trail Museum is hosting a three-day collections care workshop June 13-15 in Alexander, ND. Staff and volunteers from all area museums, libraries and archives are invited to register for the free hands-on workshops sponsored by the...

 

Ribbon Cutting

The Best Western Golden Prairie Inn and Suites held its ribbon cutting ceremony last Thursday. Pictured, L to R, are Mike Johnson, president of Management Consultants, Inc.; Wade Van Every, Sidney...

 

Montana Law Enforcement To Increase Patrols Over Memorial Holiday

The number of unbuckled fatalities is on the rise. To save lives by encouraging Montanans to buckle up, law enforcement will increase patrols on Montana roads through the end of the month and over Memorial Day weekend. Preliminary numbers show 77...

 

Betania Location To House New Mexican Restaurant

Sidney will soon have a full-service Mexican restaurant named El Sol de Guadalajara. Fernando Pilar and his sister, Sol, are leasing the Betania Ristorante Italiano facilities effective June 1. The Mexican restaurant will replace Betania’s, now...

 

Watford City Golf

Watford City’s Emilee Anderson chips her approach shot close to the hole during the golf meet in Watford City on Monday, May 14th. Anderson placed first with a score of 91 while her team also...

 

Henry Elm Scholarship Donation

Stockman Bank president Garth Kallevig gratefully receives a $3000 check on behalf of the Henry Elm Scholarship fund from M&M Cafe owners, from left, Bud, Marilyn and Fred Lake. $1000 was raised from...

 

Herbicides Can Linger In Grass Clippings

Herbicides can linger in grass clippings, compost and manure, so Montanans should be sure to read product labels to keep from contaminating gardens and ornamental plants, says Montana State University Pesticide Education Specialist Cecil Tharp. Many...

 

Deadline Approaching For DCP, ACRE And SURE Signup

Agricultural producers who want to participate in Farm Service Agency’s Direct and Counter Cyclical Program, Average Crop Revenue Election Program, or Supplemental Revenue Assistance Program during the 2012 crop year must submit their applications...

 

Montana Businesses Beware Of Aggressive Marketing Companies

Aggressive marketing companies are calling Montana’s small businesses and impersonating the Department of Labor and Industry. The Montana Department of Labor and Industry is hearing from small businesses targeted by aggressive marketing companies...

 

Pertussis Outbreaks Continue As State Passes 200 Cases – Officials Urge Vaccinations

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) and local health agencies are continuing to report local outbreaks of pertussis, also known as whooping cough.  The number of cases has passed 200, the highest number since...

 

Ronald McDonald Houses Photos

McDonald’s of Sidney is again looking for individuals who have had experience with any of the many Ronald McDonald Houses in the country. Photos will be taken by Picture Perfect of Sidney, and...

 

Rau Elementary Goes West!

Rau Elementary held its spring program titled “Go West!: A Musical Celebration of Ameria’s Westward Epansion” on May 17....

 

Sidney Students Of The Month

Sidney Students Of The Month are Rhett Bridges, Stephen Rea, Matt LaPan & Kali Godfrey....

 

Fairview Garage Sale Slated For June 16

Mark your calendars for the Annual Fairview Community Garage Sale which will be held on Saturday, June 16. Anyone hosting a sale that day who wishes to be included on the map can contact Joan or Paul Eldridge at 701-744-5346 or ir...

 

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