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 By Lisa Peterson    News    July 15, 2015

DEQ Offers Daily Smoke Information During Wildfire Season

Helena – The Montana Department of Environmental Quality’s Today’s Air website has several resources available that people can use to minimize or avoid the harmful effects of smoke pollution during wildfire season. Wildfires can create...

 

Weekly County Agent Update

When Visiting A Farm With it being the middle of July, most of us spend a great amount of time outdoors. We may explore parks, hiking trails or even farms. When you visit a farm, or anywhere dealing...

 

Jessie Veeder To Headline Performance On Medora Musical Stage July 18th As Part Of Their Country Concert Series

Watford City based singer/songwriter and Nashville recording artist Jessie Veeder will be headlining a concert on the Medora Musical stage on Saturday, July 18th at 3:30 pm as part of the Medora...

 
 By Vicki Turner    News    July 15, 2015

Parents: Keep Talking To Your Kids

The positive influence parents can have on their children cannot be stressed enough. That influence faces a stiff test when Montana’s youth are forced to make tough decisions concerning drugs and alcohol. However, in a recent survey students...

 
 By Dain Earwood    News    July 15, 2015

Golfers To Benefit Area Healthcare

SIDNEY, MT —The Foundation for Community Care will hold its 22nd Annual Benefit Golf Tournament on Saturday, August 29, 2015, at the Sidney Country Club. This tournament has raised more than $350,000 to benefit local healthcare over its twenty-one...

 

Final Governor's Cup Results

It was a windy and hot day for fishing during Day 2 of the Montana Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament on Fort Peck Lake. With temperatures over 90 degrees and winds reaching 25 mph things got a little hectic in the late afternoon as teams started...

 
 By Amy Krause    Energy    July 15, 2015

BLM Seeks Comment On Proposed Rule To Modernize Oil And Gas Regulations

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) today released proposed, updated regulations to ensure accurate measurement, accountability, and royalty payments for oil and gas production from Federal and Indian leases. Aimed at preventing theft...

 
 By Tie Shank    News    July 15, 2015

NDFU Submitted Over 21,000 Signatures In Efforts To Overturn The "Corporate Farming Law"

On June 16, 2015 the North Dakota Farmers Union (NDFU) submitted over 21,000 signatures to Secretary of State Al Jaeger in attempts to overturn a newly-passed law that would allow corporations to...

 
 By Jayson O Neill    News    July 15, 2015

State Hail Insurance Claims Available For Policy Holders

Helena, Mont.– Recent severe weather with hail has impacted farmers in the north-central regions of the state. Some areas reported up to golf ball sized hail that completely decimated some fields. Producers with state hail insurance should file a...

 
 By Jessica Davies    News    July 15, 2015

Volunteers Needed For Richland County RSVP

The Richland County Health Department Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is looking for volunteers of various ages to assist with the Richland County Community Health Assessment. The community health assessment is a short survey taken every...

 

Fairview School Celebrates 100 years at the 69th Annual Fairview Old Timer's Festival

A time set aside by community members, former residents and past school graduates to gather for a weekend of festivities! The Old Timer's Festival features events for the entire family. This year,...

 

Fairview School to be Featured on 2015 Fairview Old Timer's Festival Button

Fairview, Montana, the little town too big for one state, has countless amounts of history. This year, the 69th Fairview Old Timer's Festival will celebrate the history of Fairview School and host an...

 

Fairview Old Timer's Festival Parades

There will be two parades included in the 69th Annual Fairview Old Timer’s Festival. Both parades will take place on Saturday, July 18th celebrating the 100 years of Fairview School. We invite each float to participate in a blue and gold school...

 

5 Money Tips For Safe International Travel

When you picture your dream vacation, where do you go? Do you lay on the beach in Mexico? Climb the Alps in Switzerland, go fishing in Canada or explore the amazing wildlife of Australia? Do you see...

 

What You Think You Know About Social Security May Be Totally Wrong

Americans may have faith in the Social Security system, but many still don’t really understand how it works. That’s a key take-away from a recent survey of Americans’ knowledge of Social Security retirement benefits. While 63 percent of...

 

Americans Finding Creative And Inspiring Ways To Raise Funds For Alzheimer's Cause

If you hear engines roaring, get a whiff of burnt rubber and see an endless line of motorcycles, don’t be alarmed. And if you’re hearing reports of bridge games going on for 12 hours or more, you’re not imagining things. Those are just two of...

 

Important Information To Help Protect Seniors From Summer Heat

Staying cool during summer heat isn't just a question of comfort for senior citizens, it's a matter of good health. High temperatures can lead to serious heat-related illnesses such as heat...

 

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