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Articles from the June 22, 2016 edition

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Super Strength

Fairview native Ann-Marie (Bills) Zahn notes that at times it's been heartbreaking for her, but she is extremely proud of the courage demonstrated by her 13-year-old son, Ty Miller, as he continues...

 

Irrigation Project Provides Vital Role For City

The importance of keeping operations going at the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation District is greater for the City of Sidney than even many residents realize. Along with the tremendous hit the economy...

 

Watford City Prepares For Homefest Celebration

Watford City residents will enjoy one of its busiest weekends of the year and host many class reunions when Homefest is celebrated on Friday and Saturday. Activities start with a food fest and fun on Main Street from 5 p.m. to midnight central time...

 

Sidney Health Center Announces New Standards At Ceremony

With improving patients' care always their desire, Sidney Health Center employees held a celebration regarding new standards of performance and being selected a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital in...

 

Donald L. Damm, 75

Funeral services for Donald L. Damm, 75, of Sidney, were at 2 p.m., Friday, June 17, at the Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel with Pastor David Huskamp officiating. Interment followed in the Sidney Cemetery under the direction of...

 

Lorna B. Petersen, 95

Funeral services for Lorna B. Petersen, 95, of Sidney, are at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 24, 2016, at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor David Huskamp officiating. Cremation will follow services under the direction of the...

 

Ranch Rodeo Winners

Taking first place at the Neal Hermanson Memorial Ranch Rodeo was the Neshum/Roedeske team featuring, from left, Robert Sperry, Jim Roedeske, Craige McKinsey, Jason McNally and Clint Nesham....

 

Saddle Winner

Spencer Ingalls was the winner of the ranch horse competition at the Neal Hermanson Memorial Ranch Rode. (Submitted)...

 

Bus Schedules Announced For Intake Diversion Dam Meetings

Richland Economic Development is pleased to offer bus rides to the upcoming public hearings regarding the Environmental Impact Study on the Intake Diversion system. Officials note it is critically important to have public representation at these...

 

WEDDING

Rebecca Russell, Douglas, Wyo., and Jason Papineau, Sidney, together with her parents Lori Jordan and Thomas Russell, and Jason's family, announce their wedding to take place on July 2,...

 

Account Set Up For Olson

There is a Ryder Olson Benefit account set up at the Stockman Bank to help defray medical, travel and various expenses. Olson was injured in a car wreck early June 11. He was flown to Denver for surgery....

 

State Champions

State championships were earned by both Sidney's U19 and U15 soccer squads during the state cup June 11-12. The U19 squad opened action with a 6-0 shutout over Red Lodge. Jared Gustafson was the...

 

Tester Urges Senate To Work Together After Orlando Incident

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., said that after nearly 50 people were killed by a shooter in Orlando, Fla., this month that the government must stop talking and start acting. “It’s time we work...

 

Grand Prize Winner

Gina Heckey, executive director of the Foundation for Community Care, left, and Larry Herman, owner of John Stockhill Jewelers in Sidney, congratulate Lisa Aisenbrey for being the grand prize winner...

 

Clerk Of Courts Says It's Important To Return Jury Duty Questionnaires

Although it’s not exactly the type of mail that people are excited to receive, Richland County District Clerk of Courts Janice Klempel stresses that it’s important to return information regarding...

 

Agreement Could Benefit Game Birds, Range Health

A proposed Upland Game Bird Habitat Enhancement Program project between Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and a family ranch near Sidney could benefit game birds and range health, plus create new hunting opportunities. The Montana Fish & Wildlife Commis...

 

XTO Energy Donates $10,500 To Local Boys & Girls Club

In the second year of the re-invigorated Boys & Girls Club summer programs, club staff gears up for the four camps being offered. Because summer doesn't halt work, these camps are a big hit with k...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    June 22, 2016

Bull Blowout Coming To Sidney

Eight seconds doesn’t seem like that long… unless you’re on the back of a 2,000-pound bull that’s intent on making you fly! Saddle up for Eastern Montana’s Bull Blowout Friday, June 24, and...

 

Sunrise Festival To Include Art Classes

The Sunrise Festival of the Arts, which is July 9, is excited to be offering four different art classes this year. The two offered last year were so well received that officials decided to expand the offering. The classes will be held outside in...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    June 22, 2016

TBID Looks For New Applicants

The Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID) was formed in January of 2013 when Sidney hotels decided to implement a $1.50/night tax on every occupied hotel room. Proponents recognized that the...

 

Alexander Museum Open For Summer

After some concerns that the museum in Alexander might be closed during summer months, museum officials are pleased to now announce that the future looks much more positive for the Lewis and Clark...

 

Man Dies From Oil Well Fire

The Associated Press reports that one worker died and three were injured in a fire at a McKenzie County oil well site on Saturday afternoon. The Associated Press reported that, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, crews...

 

Off To Acting Careers

Students of the Footlights and Greasepaint Youth Theatre Retreat performed in front of Sidney Kiwanis Club members during the club's weekly meeting Thursday....

 

Share Your Talents In McKenzie County Fair Open Class Show During July 7-9

You are invited to display exhibits in the Open Class Show held during the McKenzie County Fair on July 7 to 9 in the 4-H Building on the McKenzie County Fairgrounds. Top exhibit in each class can receive $10 and monetary awards have increased as fol...

 

Commissioner Provides Input To Daines' Staff

From highway to water concerns, Richland County Commissioner Loren Young expressed his feelings during a meeting with representatives from the office of U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., on June 13....

 

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