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Articles from the July 27, 2022 edition

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 By Anna Garcia    News    July 27, 2022

Community Celebrates Watford City Municipal Airport's New Extended Runway

On Saturday, July 16, community members gathered to see and use the Watford City Municipal Airport's new extended runway. The event celebrated the two-year project with a ribbon cutting, free...

 
 By Lisa Sanden    News    July 27, 2022

Indian Arts Festival Scheduled For Aug. 6-7, Fort Union

Experience American Indian history and culture through music, singing, dancing, traditional crafts, and presentations by artists and craftspeople from tribes of the Upper Missouri. Williston, ND - Sat...

 

Williams County Fatality Crash, July 19

On July 19 at approximately 5:05 p.m. a 2020 Ford F-350, driven by Randall Moe, Tioga, ND, was traveling east on 60th St. NW. A 2004 Peterbilt, driven by Donnie Wurtz, Choteau, MT, was traveling south on 129th Ave. NW, approximately 4 miles west of...

 

American Red Cross Babysitter's Training Course Offered Watford City

A workshop designed to help youth develop basic skills for babysitting will be held on Thursday, Aug. 4 at the NDSU Extension Office, 205 6th St. NW, Watford City. The course will start with 8:30...

 

Local Ambulance & Emergency Services Making Upgrades To Equipment & Building

Sidney, MT - In March 2022, Sidney Health Center broke ground on a $4.8 million renovation to its emergency department with the expansion of a new ambulance garage. The entire project includes four...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    News    July 27, 2022

Richland County Health Department To End COVID Test Distribution

The Richland County Health Department expects to run out of free home COVID-19 test kits by early September. The department received 2300 home test kits in January and has distributed them to the community in the last several months. The remaining...

 
 By Jaymi Mozeak    News    July 27, 2022

Three Sidney Girls Win at the Miss Montana Volunteer Pageant

July 10-16 young women and girls from across the state of Montana gathered at the Dawson County High School auditorium in Glendive. It was the 2022 Miss Montana Volunteer Program. Among the many conte...

 
 By Jaimee Green    News    July 27, 2022

RMHF Plans Night At The Museum, Jewel Heist Gala

The Egyptian Museum of Cairo. Priceless artifacts. Ancient antiquities. The unveiling of a rare, precious diamond. A room full of strangers. What could possibly go wrong? A lot! At this year's 8th...

 

U Of M Range Student Interns At Culbertson Ranch

University of Montana student Bridger Line is spending his summer as a Montana Working Lands intern. A graduate of Missoula Sentinel he is experiencing eastern Montana's farming and ranching...

 

The Golden Celebration For SSHS Class Of 1972

On Friday, Aug. 6 and Sat., Aug. 7 the SSHC Class of 1972 will be holding their 50th Class Reunion. The Reunion will kick off on Aug. 6 with drinks at the Sidney Country Club Ice Breaker. There will be light hors d’ oeuvres and a cash bar. On Aug....

 
 By Marie Holler    Sports    July 27, 2022

Sidney Tiger Sharks Compete At Scobey Invitational, July 22-23

What a weekend for the Sharks. We had our last regular season meet in Scobey and the Sharks did great. We took about 60 swimmers and they put up some very impressive times. Taking top points for...

 
 By Anna Garcia    News    July 27, 2022

Watford Market Offers Fresh Produce & Fun Throughout The Summer

The Watford Market is back in town with a variety of goods on display. The market is held every Thursday night from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Kent Pelton Park. This is the seventh season that the market...

 
 By Carrie Krug    News    July 27, 2022

Financial Skills For Young Adults

Beginning an independent financial journey may be challenging and mistakes can be costly. Financial skills are learned over time, and it’s okay if you make mistakes along the way. However, not every financial lesson we learn needs to be the hard...

 

Prevent Heat Exhaustion And Heat Stroke

Excessive heat can make you feel tired and irritable and, if you aren't careful, very sick. Sidney Health Center reminds you to keep your cool when temperatures are rising to avoid these heat-related...

 

Williston Basin Speedway Racing Results Regular Points Night July 23

Modified A Feature 1 1st Place: Travis Hagen, Williston, ND, 14T 2nd Place: Wayne Johnson, Minot, ND, 4J 3rd Place: John Flory, Williston, ND, 19 4th Place: Jeremy Sorensen, Williston, ND, 1HZ 5th Place: Donavon Sorenson, Williston, ND, 307 6th...

 

Richland County Fair & Rodeo is Almost Here

The Richland County Fair and Rodeo is not too far away. All the rip-roaring fun that Richland County has been waiting for all year long will be Aug. 3–6 and it is right around the bend. Chase Rice...

 

Richland County Fair Culinary Department, Where Bakers & Preservers Can Show Their Goods

Amid the rodeo, performances, booths, displays, and 4-H animals it can be easy to miss the other exhibits. In the commercial building on the far east side of the fairgrounds is Department G, Culinary. The Culinary department includes 20 different cla...

 

Richland County Fair & Rodeo Free Entertainment

It is that time of the year again and competitors, entertainers, and spectators alike are getting ready for the Richland County Fair. Shelling out money for gas, lodging, buttons, tickets, souvenirs,...

 

Fine Arts & Crafts Department Is The Show At The Fair For Artists

Amid the rodeo, performances, booths, displays, and 4-H animals it can be easy to miss the other exhibits. In the middle of the commercial building on the far east side of the fairgrounds is...

 

Nortana Grain Co. To Take Part in Co-op Day At The Fair

Thursday, Aug. 4, is Co-op Day at the Richland County Fair and Rodeo. A single day dedicated to the co-ops in the area. Not only will banners be hanging across the promenade, but there will also be tr...

 

Richland County Baseball Is Getting Ready For The Fair

Aug. 3-6 from 11 a.m.-midnight, Richland County Baseball, a fair staple, will faithfully serve up burgers, hot dogs, and pop just west of the fair office. Aug. 3-6 from 11 a.m.-midnight. The baseball...

 

Binder Makes Her Fair Amateur Photography Department Fun

Marlys Binder, Richland County's Fair and Rodeo amateur photography department superintendent takes her job very serious for fair week. Binder began her fair adventure in the arts and crafts...

 

Sparks Looks Forward To Showing Her Animals At Richland County Fair

Madison Sparks, Sidney, started her 4-H journey as a Yellowstone Valley Trailblazer Cloverbud in 2012 and is now on her last year with the Forever Buds 4-H club.  From a young age, she knew she...

 

Larson Continues To Pursue His Passion For Cattle Industry

Grady Larson, Sidney, has been an active member of the Richland Aces 4-H Club for 10 years. Throughout his time as a 4-H member, he has shown market and breeding beef, participated in several indoor...

 

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