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Articles from the June 1, 2016 edition

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 By Bill Vander Weele    News    June 1, 2016

Sheehan Part Of Trial For Walking Device

For Taylor Sheehan, Monday has turned out to be the best day of the week. Sheehan, who was paralyzed from the waist down in a one-vehicle accident on March 7, 2010, has been walking with the aid of...

 
 By Bill Vander Weele    News    June 1, 2016

City Faces Budget Challenges

With oil revenue no longer a part of the equation for now, City of Sidney officials are facing challenges regarding its next budget. In 2014, the city received $1.2 million in oil revenue. The...

 
 By Bill Vander Weele    News    June 1, 2016

Olson Receives Lifetime Achievement Award For Griz Support

John Olson, who is known throughout the area as a strong advocate for the University of Montana and Griz athletics, was recognized with the first lifetime achievement award given by the Sidney...

 
 By Bill Vander Weele    News    June 1, 2016

Teaching Couple Saying Farewell To Area

In the early 1980s, Mark Halvorson and Cindy Osland arrived in eastern Montana for the start of their teaching careers. Little did they know then that they would teach the area's students for more...

 

Peanut Butter Winner

Eagle Country Ford owner Gary Schoepp presents $100 to Reynolds Market cashier Rebecca Malcom for being the top seller for the Ford peanut butter drive. Malcom sold 62 of the 265 16 ounce jars sold...

 

Public Comment Opens On Intake Fish Passage Project

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project faces another hurdle with public comment on the Intake Diversion Dam Fish Project Environmental Impact Statement. The draft EIS is now available through Reclamation’s Lower Yellowstone Project Website:...

 

Top Eighth-Grade Students

Sidney Middle School students Riley Thiessen and Gage Bloesser were selected top eighth-grade students. The Sidney Kiwanis Club has been sponsoring the awards for more than 60 year...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    June 1, 2016

Iversen Celebrates 40 Years Of Nursing, Dedication to SHC

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Patti Iversen is celebrating 40 years of nursing at the Sidney Health Center (SHC). She began her career in May of 1976, when SHC was still the Community Memorial...

 

ABC Grads

ABC Academy and teacher Bobbi Cozzens held its end of the year program and graduation on May 11, in Fairview. The afternoon class included, from left, Brynlee Deming, Lily Howell, Thea Tveit and...

 

Students Earn Trig-Star Honors

KateLyn Mocko of Fairview has won the designation 2015-2016 Trig-Star for northeastern Montana and Fairview High School in a recent competition. She is the daughter of Gary and Monica Mocko. The contest was sponsored by the Montana Association of...

 

Free Children's Screening Scheduled Friday

A free chldren’s screening is scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, June 3, in Dr George Scordalake’s office in Sidney. The Richland Shrine Club (Al Bedoo Shrine) is sponsoring the screening. For more information, call 488-1692 or...

 

Strike-out Queen

Sidney product Abigail Haraldson, a junior at Concordia College in Minnesota, didn't only become the new record-holder for most strike-outs in a season, she shattered the school's record. The...

 

Patriots Release Baseball Schedules

The schedules have been released for the Richland County Patriots’ A and B baseball teams. A Team May 30-at Miles City, 5 p.m. May 31-at Glendive, 4 p.m. June 7-Williston, 5 p.m. June 9-at Williston, 5:30 p.m. June 12-Miles City, 5 p.m. June 14-at...

 

Eagles Gain Conference Honors

Two members of the Sidney High School softball team received second team All-Conference honors for their performances this spring. Logan Peterson, a junior, was voted second team All-Conference at shortstop. Madison Thiessen, a junior, was selected...

 

Meeting Planned For Shooting Range

Anyone interested in a rifle, black powder and pistol shooting range, should attend a meeting at the Eastern Ag Research Center, 1501 N. Central Ave., on June 14. The informational meeting will start at 7 p.m. Bring your ideas and...

 
 By Barbara Peterson    News    June 1, 2016

Williston Seeks Artistic Input For New Veterans Memorial

The Williston Military Affairs Committee is seeking public input on a new memorial to honor veterans from the Global War on Terrorism. The monument would be placed at Memorial Plaza located in Riverview Cemetery on 9th Avenue West in Williston. Memor...

 

New Kiwanis Member

The Sidney Kiwanis Club welcomed its newest member, Richard Braithwaite, last week. Sponsoring him was Garth Kallevig, left. Braithwaite is a commercial loan officer at Stockman Bank,...

 

Committee Endorses Krautter For House

The Montana Agricultural Political Action Committee (MAPA PAC) has announced its endorsement of Joel Krautter in the Montana House District 35 race, covering Richland County. The Montana Agricultural PAC includes the Montana Stockgrowers Association...

 

Scholarship Winners

Sidney Lions Club member Kevin Mayer presents Sidney High School graduating seniors, from left, Tel Hermanson, Cyrus Hintz, Sean Lofthus and Sean Williams with a $500 scholarship each during the...

 

Registration Set For Hunter Education

Orientation and walk in registration for the fall 2016 Bow Hunter Education class will be June 9, 2016 at Eastern Ag Research Center, 1501 North Central Ave. from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. Online registration is available at https://www.reg...

 
 By Jessica Sena    Energy    June 1, 2016

Northern Oilfield Services Survives Slowdown

Oil prices have started to make gains after a turbulent year in the Williston Basin. Just two short years ago, the Bakken was booming with activity. North Dakota was steadily producing more than 1.1 million barrels of oil every day with an average ri...

 

Survey Shows Residents Are Against Regulations

According to a poll conducted by Moore information for the Montana Chamber of Commerce, most residents are against restrictions proposed by the EPA. The poll is the result of 800 telephone interviews...

 

Official Says Recovery Will Take Time

Some people living in the Bakken area became more optimistic recently when the North Dakota director of mineral resources told Williston, N.D. leaders that oil will come back “with a rush....

 

Oil Industry At Risk Over Pipeline Lawsuits

One of the key factors in the survival of the Bakken oil patch in the future will be affordable transportation options. Bakken producers receive lower realized prices for their output due to the transportation costs associated with moving the...

 
 By Bill Vander Weele    News    June 1, 2016

Sidney Students Graduate From High School, Girls Scouts Program

When a Girl Scout sleepover was held more than 10 years ago, Sarah Turek and Shelby Reidle first became good friends. "Because neither of us could sleep," Reidle explained. Last week during the...

 

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