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Articles from the July 25, 2018 edition

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 By Dianne Swanson    News    July 25, 2018

It's Finally Over!

The excruciatingly long battle to save the Intake Diversion Project is finally over with the decision by District Judge Brian Morris to grant the Federal Defendants/Intervenor Defendants’ cross motions for summary judgment and to dismiss the...

 

Playing After the Rain

(L-R) Kyler, Jordan, Liam and Mason Swisse play in a the flooded street outside the Yellowstone Marketplace in downtown Sidney after a storm on July 21. (Photo by Russ Wells)...

 

MSU-EARC Field Day

The MSU-EARC/Extension 38th Annual Field Day was held on July 17 in Sidney. Eastern Ag Research and Northern Plains Research Laboratory scientists presented their latest research and findings for...

 

2018 Bakken Conference

The Bakken Conference and Expo was held July 16-18 at the Rough Rider Center in Watford City. The event was organized by BBI International of Grand Forks and featured energy industry leaders,...

 

Sidney Teacher Heads to Washington for C-SPAN's 2018 Educators' Conference

Sidney High School teacher, Brad Faulhaber, will attend one of two C-SPAN Educators' Conferences for an immersive experience with C-SPAN's educational resources. Faulhaber, a social studies teacher,...

 

Richland County Planning And Zoning Commission Meeting Notice

The Richland County Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a meeting on Monday, July 30 at 3 p.m. at the Richland County Nutter Building Conference Room located at 123 West Main Street in Sidney. The Planning and Zoning Commission will continue...

 

MDHC Announces History Of Homesteading In Eastern MT By Dr. Keith Edgerton

The MonDak Heritage Center announces the History of Homesteading in Eastern Montana by MSU Billings History Professor Dr. Keith Edgerton on Wednesday, July 25 at 12 p.m. at the MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave SE, Sidney! Join us for this free...

 

County Committee Election Nomination Period Now Open

The nomination period for the 2018 County Committee Election is now underway. Local Administrative Area #1, which encompasses the western third of McKenzie County along the Montana border, will be holding an election this year. Scott Flynn, who has...

 

Mid-Rivers Donates Digital Sign to Sidney Chamber

Standing beside the new signs at Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture donated by Mid-Rivers Communications on July 18 are from left, board members Boyde Frye and Jeremy Norby, Michael Candelaria from Mid-Rivers, Chamber Executive Director...

 

Sidney High School Track Ground Breaking

Monte Silk, Sidney superintendent of schools and Eagle Foundation members, Nicole Simonsen, Eagle Foundation Presidents, Nick Kallem and Katie Dasinger, Eagle Foundation Directors along with Eagle Foundation Vice president Jamie Larson stand by as...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    Sports    July 25, 2018

Local Teen Takes 2nd in National Taekwondo

Sidney's Caleb Baxter recently took second place at the 2018 USA Taekwondo National Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah. The 14-year old, up-coming freshman is currently a blue belt, and faced...

 

Hess Supports Watford City Tornado Victims

Hess Corporation provided support for the families impacted by the July 10 tornado that hit Watford City. Hess has donated 70 mattresses, frames and associated bedding to help ensure that all those...

 

Knowing Your Past Carries You into the Future

The past meets the present and future in a quiet little town; from the last lynching in North Dakota to the fellowship of burgers in the park and a farmers market on Saturday nights. Showcasing it...

 

License Required For Sale Of Food Products

Whether you are selling cakes, burritos, or fresh farm produce, a license, permit or registration may be required. There are several types of licenses available for food producers. A person interested in selling fresh, raw farm products at a...

 

Monster Cat Champs

The 10th Annual Monster Cat Roundup was held at Sidney Bridge on July 21....

 
 By Erin Poland    Sports    July 25, 2018

Big Muddy Baseball Team Plays in Regional Tournament

Big Muddy baseball team from Culbertson went 6-0 at the East State tournament and became 2018 10U East State Champions, earned the State Sportsmanship Award and represented eastern Montana at the...

 
 By Tom Halvorson    Opinion    July 25, 2018

Summary Judgment In Irrigation Case Cause For Celebration With Caution

Federal district court judge Brian Morris issued his summary judgment ruling in the lawsuit that threatened to end irrigation in the lower Yellowstone valley. The ruling is cause for joy and celebration with caution. The ruling is a solid win for our...

 

Eli Young Band and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band to Headline Richland County Fair

The Richland County Fair and Rodeo concert-goers will spend Saturday, August 4th moving and grooving to music by the Eli Young Band, featuring special guest the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Fair &...

 

Petting Zoo, Pony Rides Back At The Fair

Freckle Farm Petting Zoo and Pony Rides will be coming to the Richland County Fair again this year. They came two years ago with their petting zoo, pony rides, and turkey races after meeting fair boar...

 

Eagle Special, Whistling Pig And So Much More

For over twenty-five years the Sidney Wrestling Team’s food booth has been a staple at the Richland County Fair. This year, as they have for so many years, their food booth will be located between...

 

4-H Members to Participate in Richland County Fair and Rodeo

The 2017-2018, thus far, has been a large success for the 199 4-H members and 131 adult volunteers in the eleven active 4-H clubs in Richland County. 4-H focuses on growing confident, capable and caring youth through science, citizenship and healthy...

 

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