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Articles from the August 1, 2018 edition

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Rangelands Intern Researches Ranching in Eastern MT

Abby Northrup had not planned to be where she is today when she started MSU Bozeman. She grew up in Helena, Montana. She had participated in 4H, but not with large animals. Her grandfather had bred...

 

Best Of The West Ribfest To Feature Chart Topping Country Star "Craig Morgan"

One of the biggest events in Western North Dakota takes place on Main Street Watford City. The Best of the West Ribfest, Street Fair and Classic Car show is set for August 10, 2018 and it just keeps...

 

Richland County Fair and Rodeo This Week

The Richland County Fair & Rodeo in Sidney welcomes more than 30,000 people every year to four days of excitement that also celebrate the heritage of the MonDak. With rodeos, 4-H competitions, ag...

 

Register Now for Economic Update

The Economic Update Series is expanding, with stops in Glasgow and Sidney being added this year! In keeping with one of the main objectives of Envision 2026 (the 10-year strategic plan of the Montana Chamber of Commerce), we’re focusing on...

 

Sports Physicals in Sidney Aug. 7, 8

Dr. Laqua and Dr. Fink invite you to their open sports physical nights, 5-8 p.m., Tuesday, August 7 and Wednesday, August 8 at Sidney Elks Lodge. The fee for the sports physicals is $30. All proceeds will be donated to Sidney Public Schools. Forms...

 

3-D Archery Shoot August 18-19

The Lone Tree Archers Club of Sidney will be hosting their annual 3-D archery shoot on Saturday, August 18, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sunday, August 19, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. The event will feature 24 3-D animal targets set up on the archery range, which is...

 

Jeanette Rhines, 85, Sidney, MT

Mass of the Christen Burial for Jeanette Rhines, 85, of Sidney is at 10 a.m., Thursday, August 2 at St. Matthew’s Catholic Church in Sidney with Father Jim O’Neil as presider. Interment will be in Sidney Cemetery, Sidney, MT under the care of...

 

Lylia Reynolds Volk, 88, Sidney, MT

Graveside services for Lylia Reynolds Volk, 88, of Sidney, MT were held at 10 a.m., Monday, July 30 at Sidney Cemetery, Sidney, MT. Visitation was Sunday, July 29 from 12-7 p.m. at Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Sidney. Fulkerson-Stevenson...

 

Timothy "TJ" Haugen, 47, Pasco, WA formerly of Sidney, MT

Memorial service for Timothy "TJ" Haugen is at 10 a.m., Saturday, August 4, at Faith Alliance Church in Sidney, MT with Pastor Paul Turek officiating. In lieu of gifts and flowers a donation account i...

 

Montana Range Tour To Highlight Recovery From Flood And Fire, Energy Development On Rangeland

The 2018 Montana Range Tour will feature a great lineup of ranches and farms showcasing conservation projects and creative solutions to common ranching issues; there will also be talks on topics such as grassland songbirds, oil development on...

 

Friends of Reynolds Awards Announced

F.T. Reynolds Co. awarded the past quarter's Friends of Reynolds (FOR) donations to participating non-profit groups in the five Reynolds Market stores – Sidney, Glendive, Miles City, Baker and...

 

Christmas Coalition Donation

Jakki Waller, left, accepts a donation of $645 to help purchase gifts for the annual Richland County Christmas Coalition event from Megan Garza of the Run The World-Sidney Run Club and Libby Berndt,...

 

Reduce Heat Stress in Cattle

This summer's high temperatures are taking their toll on humans and cattle. Extreme heat actually is a mix of temperature and humidity, and when both are high, the effort to stay cool can be...

 

Fishing McKenzie Bay

These keepers were caught near McKenzie Bay on Lake Sakakawea on July 29....

 
 By MT FWP    Outdoors    August 1, 2018

Be Safe On Montana's Waters This Summer

As the summer heats up, boaters, floaters and swimmers are hitting the water to cool down. Montana’s many rivers, lakes and reservoirs offer fun recreational opportunities like swimming, boating and floating, but it’s important to remember to be...

 

NDSU Extension Apps, Online Tools Take Guesswork Out of Farming

Determining the risk of severe fusarium head blight, also known as scab, for a particular area is as easy as going to North Dakota State University Extension's Small Grain Disease Forecasting Model...

 

History Alive Programs Planned at Chateau de Mores State Historic Site

The popular History Alive programs at the Chateau de Mores State Historic Site during August include portrayals of the Marquis de Mores, Madame de Mores, and A.T. Packard. Presentations will be held on the Chateau veranda on Saturdays and Sundays at...

 

Native American Pow Wow Hosted By Northern Plains Oyate Will Be The Featured During Indian Arts Showcase

Native American music, dancing, and culture are part of this year’s annual Indian Arts Showcase at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site. The Native American group, Northern Plains Oyate will be hosting a traditional pow wow this Saturday...

 

HIV Infection Among Montana Injection Drug Users On The Rise

State and local public health officials have seen an increasing number of HIV diagnoses among persons who report injection drug use. During the first six months of 2018, 11 new cases of HIV infection were investigated by public health officials....

 

Women Invited to Hike the Maah Daah Hey Trail Sept. 8-9

The Department has openings for Hike the Maah Daah Hey Trail, an educational event for women scheduled Sept. 8-9. Women interested in attending the workshop must enroll by contacting Brian Schaffer at 701-328-6312, or email bschaffer@nd.gov....

 

Fair Time Fun

Fried food, carnival rides, hitting up parents for money to blow on the carnival games, all the wonderful food, rodeo concert and all the people milling about in the beer gardens. When it comes to fair this year, don’t forget to talk to your kids...

 

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...

 

Hard Work Pays Off for 2017 Grand Champion Steer Winner

Savage's Tyler Lien had never shown a 4-H steer, but swept up two big wins at the 2017 Richland County Fair & Rodeo. The twelve-year 4-H veteran had years of experience showing pigs in the ring,...

 

Spent Lime Beneficial in Combatting Low pH Soils, Improving Overall Tilth

Dryland growers in the MonDak area can take advantage of a program through Sidney Sugars to test the benefits of spent lime on their fields. The lime and loading at the factory yard are free. In the...

 

Ag Golf Tourney Winners

The Sidney Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture held its annual Ag Appreciation Golf Tournament on July 9 at the Sidney Country Club....

 

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