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Articles from the August 17, 2022 edition

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Watford City "Best of the West" Ribfest

Watford City held their annual Best of the West Ribfest and street fair on Aug. 12....

 
 By Jaymi Mozeak    News    August 17, 2022

"Battle Of The Bands" Is Coming To Sidney Oct. 22

As the school year kicks off, community events, outside of school activities begin to dwindle. The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture is excited to bring in something for the adults, the “Battle of the Bands”. On Oct. 22, the Sidney...

 
 By Anna Garcia    News    August 17, 2022

Watford City's Inn At Hunters Run Gets New Upgrade

The Inn at Hunters Run in Watford City held a grand opening and ribbon cutting on July 20 to celebrate its newly renovated space. The hotel upgraded its internet services and renovated public spaces,...

 
 By Kelly Reisig    News    August 17, 2022

Sidney-Richland County Library to Celebrate Awards of Excellence at Open House

(Sidney) - The Sidney-Richland County Library (SRCL) will be hosting an open house on Tuesday, Aug.30, 3-5:30 p.m. SRCL recently received several awards of distinction, including the Library of the Year Award, the Excellence in Library Services and...

 

Martin (Bud) Andrew Lake, 84, Lambert, MT

Martin (Bud) Andrew Lake passed away early in the morning of Nov. 21, 2021. Martin was born in Coffey County, KS to Martin and Myrtle Lake on Feb. 7, 1937. He was the fourth child of six and the...

 

MSU To Host Webinar Series On Strategies For Non-Lethal Predator Management

Bozeman - Montana State University will partner with area organizations to host a free webinar series focused on techniques to mitigate predator-livestock conflicts. The series, Pathways for Practice Implementation: Non-lethal Predator Management thr...

 
 By Anna Garcia    News    August 17, 2022

Outsiders Bar & Grill Celebrates 10 Years Of Being In Business

This year marks 10 years of successful business for Watford City's Outsiders Bar & Grill. In 2012, Watford City natives Cary and Darlene Garmann opened the restaurant in hopes of it serving as a...

 

Controlling Wasps In The Yard

Yellowjackets and other social wasps may be found in large numbers as we enter late summer and through the fall. Most of the wasps are beneficial and feed on garden pests, however, some can become...

 

Consider Planting Winter Wheat This Year

"There is increased interest in planting winter wheat this year and for good reason," says Clair Keene, North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension agronomist. "With many prevent plant acres in...

 

Martha's Place Ribbon Cutting

On Aug. 10 The Sidney Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture held a ribbon cutting for Martha's Place Hospice House. Martha Nugent, Richard Garcia, and Felix Aguilar invited a few friends, helpers,...

 

Williston Basin Speedway Racing Results Regular Points Night, Aug. 13

Hobby Stock sponsored Green Lawn Carpet Care LLC 1st Place: Kyler Satran, Minot, ND, 22 2nd Place: Max Beeter, Minot, ND, 48 3rd Place: Riese Dignan, Kenmare, ND, 144 4th Place: Shane Nehring, Williston, ND, X 5th Place: Brennor Grinstead, Stanley,...

 

Know Limits When Working Outdoors In The Summer

When there is work to be done there is work to be done. The tasks that farmers and ranchers are faced with are pressing, time-sensitive, and rarely can be done from inside a climate-controlled room. Add in unpredictable weather and already challengin...

 

MSU Extension Shares Considerations For Fertilizing Winter Wheat

Bozeman - As winter wheat harvest in Montana comes to a close, producers may be thinking about fertilizer decisions for upcoming winter wheat seeding. Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur and chloride should all be considered in fertility programs...

 

Kortes Receives Certifications

Cassandra Kortes, Allcheck Medical Clinic, completed certifications for Audiology and Pulmonary Function testing in late July. Contact Allcheck at 406-488-5500 or visit their office at 223 N Central...

 

USDA To Invest $15 Million In Innovative Projects For Climate-Smart Agriculture, Community Agriculture & Addressing Invasive Species

Bozeman, MT, Aug. 10 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced it will invest $15 million this year for the Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) Classic program. Through CIG, grantees work to address our nation’s water quality,...

 
 By Dan Eakin    Opinion    August 17, 2022

Letter To The Editor

Justice Ingrid Gustafson is the right choice to remain on the Montana Supreme Court. She is a fair, impartial, and independent jurist, and she upholds the rule of law and the independence of the Montana judiciary. She has tremendous experience as a...

 

City Of Williston Receives $500,000 Federal Grant To Add Seasonal Flights To Phoenix In Fall Of 2023

Williston, ND – City of Williston officials have announced they have received a $500,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to add new low-cost flights to Phoenix, AZ in the Fall of 2023. Sun Country Airlines is expected to offer two...

 

Child ID Held at Sidney Moose Aug. 13

As part of their annual Child ID, bake sale, and lunch event, the Women of the Moose had a donut eating contest between three of Sidney's finest. Sheriff's Deputy Stephen Will represented the...

 

Allcheck Medical Clinic Anniversary Drawing Winners

Allcheck Medical Clinic, Sidney, held drawings for three $100 gift cards to commemorate their first anniversary. The drawing was July 15 during their open house....

 
 By Tom Kalb    Outdoors    August 17, 2022

Dakota Gardener: Tips On Watering Gardens

Do you remember your first job? Maybe you were a babysitter or worked at McDonald's. Maybe you delivered newspapers. My first job was unusual. I was a trained assassin. A research company trained me...

 

Williston Drone Show

Williston's first ever drone show was held, Sunday, Aug. 14 at dusk in conjunction with the 14-year-old Babe Ruth World Series (BRWS) at Aafedt Stadium. The show consisted of 200 synchronized drones...

 

Changes Are Coming To Meals On Wheels In Richland County

Recently, the Richland County Commission on Aging has made many of changes to the local Meals on Wheels program. The program has served the elderly in the community well for many years but with change...

 

DPHHS Wants to Hear from Montana Centenarians 

The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) wants to honor Montana centenarians during the 53rd annual Governor’s Conference on Aging Oct. 4-5. The hybrid event will take place at the Copper King Convention Center, Butte, with a...

 

Fishing Pouch Point

This year's fishing season on Lake Sakakawea has been stellar. Pouch Point near New Town has not been an exception....

 

Low River Flows Early, High Flows Late & New Fish Bypass Make For Unpredictable Paddlefish Season

Miles City - It was a wild paddlefish season, but not so much for harvest rates as for weird weather and river flows. The 2022 Yellow Tag paddlefish season on the Yellowstone and lower Missouri rivers ended June 30 with a final estimated harvest of...

 

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