Articles from the August 2, 2023 edition

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 By Jaymi Mozeak    News    August 2, 2023

Richland County Fair This Week!

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. 2-5 this year. Kip Moore is doing the Saturday nigh...

 
 By Jaymi Mozeak    News    August 2, 2023

Montana Cow Pies Bakery & Dry Goods Located In Village Square Mall

In 2020, Salina and her husband, Michael, Hagwood decided they needed to start a small business. With a little time in the kitchen, some equipment, and a few contacts and Montana Cow Pies was born....

 

Tiger Sharks Win 3 In A Row

Sidney, MT - In an impressive display of athleticism and teamwork, the Sidney Tiger Sharks have once again emerged as the champions of the Montana Swim Fed State Swim Meet for the third consecutive...

 

Mark Your Calendars For The Badlands Cattle Conference, Oct. 4

AgPro Solutions & Purina Animal Nutrition in partnership with Thiessen’s Regency Acres Angus Ranch will be hosting the inaugural Badlands Cattle Conference this fall. The event will be hosted...

 

Cash Eddie Johnson, 4, Froid, MT

Funeral services for Cash Eddie Johnson, 4, Froid, MT, will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2023, at 1 p.m. at the Froid Gymnasium, Froid, MT. Interment will be held at the South Froid Cemetery. Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home, Sidney, MT, and...

 
 By Don Smies    News    August 2, 2023

Enjoy The Richland County Fair & Rodeo Responsibly: Plan A Sober Ride!

As the sun rises on the golden plains, the anticipation builds for one of the most awaited events in Richland County - the Richland County Fair & Rodeo. A celebration of community spirit, tradition, and entertainment, the fair offers a delightful...

 

Little Mo Writer Tour Stops In Watford City Aug. 3

Submitted by Jessie Veeder Scofield, Long X Arts Foundation Director Watford City ND - July 18 - The Humanities North Dakota, in partnership with The Long X Arts Foundation, is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated Little Mo Writers Tour’s...

 
 By Alice Hart    News    August 2, 2023

Fort Union Indian Arts Festival Set For Aug. 5-6

Williston, ND - Get ready to experience a rich variety of Indian Arts and Culture at the much-anticipated Fort Union Indian Arts Festival. The Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site is set to come alive with dancing, drumming, singing,...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    August 2, 2023

Miller Takes Reins At Boys & Girls Club Of Richland County

Madison Miller is the new CEO at the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County, taking over from Elaine Stedman who has retired. Her goal is not to change anything but to work with Elaine over the...

 

Boys & Girls Club Congratulates Stedman for Years of Service

The Boys & Girls Club of Richland County's Staff and Board would love to congratulate Elaine Stedman for over 10 years of hard work and service for our members and the community! Elaine served on...

 
 By Elaine Stedman    News    August 2, 2023

Boys & Girls Club of Richland County Awarded CCLC Grant

Boys & Girls Club of Richland County is excited to announce that the Club has been awarded a five-year 21st CCLC grant to assist with improving academic achievement for our members. One of the requirements of this federal grant is that Club families...

 

Rasmussen Gains Hands-On Experience Through Internship Program

MSU-Bozeman student Alex Rasmussen has had a busy summer completing his internship through the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC), the Montana Rangeland Resources...

 
 By Jaymi Mozeak    News    August 2, 2023

Sunrise Women's Clinic To Move To Larger Facility

After 13 years at its location on northwest 3rd Ave. across from Sidney-Richland Library, Sunrise Women's Clinic is about to move. Since 2010 Sunrise Women's Clinic has been helping women with...

 
 By Robyn Heck    News    August 2, 2023

Are You Serious? A Pageant?

That is exactly what Lily Jones, Miss Montana Teen Volunteer 2023, talked to me about. Lily is the daughter of Justin and Tammy Pugh Jones. "I never expected myself to do a pageant, but I'm so gratefu...

 

Montana FWP "Kids To Fish" Program Allows Anglers To Borrow Gear & Tackle For Free

Glasgow – A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 program that allows kids and their friends or families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year. In...

 

How to Report Boat Accidents in North Dakota

Regardless of how safe and cautious boaters are on the water, accidents happen. If a boating accident involves injury, death or disappearance of a person, an accident report must be completed and sent to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department...

 
 By Chris Lee    Sports    August 2, 2023

Rosberg Presents: Building A Character-Based Athletic Program Aug. 7 at Sidney High School

On Monday, Aug. 7 at the Sidney High School, Sidney, MT, Scott Rosberg will present “Building a Character-Based Athletic Program”. This program will include “The Responsibilities of Coaching” from 4-5 p.m., “Life Lessons for Athletes...

 

Williston Basin Speedway Racing Results WRBA Summer Series July 29

IMCA Hobby Stocks 1st Place: Kyler Satran, Minot, ND, 22 2nd Place: Jevin Damm, Epping, ND, 6T9 3rd Place: Logan Larsen, Williston, ND, 69X 4th Place: Brennor Grinstead, Stanley, ND, 51X 5th Place: Ethan Neu, Fairview, MT, 51E 6th Place: Ayden...

 

Rasmussen Gains Hands-On Experience Through Internship Program

MSU-Bozeman student Alex Rasmussen has had a busy summer completing his internship through the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC), the Montana Rangeland Resources Committee and the Natural Resources Conservation Service...

 

Richland County Fair & Rodeo Has An Extravaganza Of Entertainers For 2023

Get ready to be entertained at the 2023 Richland County Fair & Rodeo, happening Aug. 2-5. Country artist Kip Moore will be headlining this year’s concert on Saturday night. He recently released two...

 

Time To Think About Fire Prevention, Fire Safety This Summer

Bozeman, MT - Much of Montana has enjoyed a wet spring, and green grass has stretched well into mid-summer resulting in fat cattle and extensive haying.  However, as the days grow warmer and the chance for moisture lessens, the odds of late summer...

 

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