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 By Jill Hill    News    August 19, 2015

2015-16 Big Sky Concert Series Announces This Year's Schedule

The Sidney Performing Arts Council and the Northeastern Arts Network are pleased to present the 2015-16 Big Sky Concert Series to our community. This year's series features exciting live theatre and...

 

Hill and Holyfield Square off in Williston

Two legends in the boxing world came together in Williston last Friday to help restart the Williston Amateur Boxing Club. World champions Virgil Hill and Evander Holyfield hosted matches at the hockey arena to promote boxing and its positive...

 

Declarations Filed In Support of LYIP

While the court case dealing with the request for an injunction against the fish bypass and concrete weir at Intake is not over yet, Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project manager James Brower no longer feels like it is an uphill battle. Strong...

 

We Want Your Hunting Photos

If you have archery or rifle deer hunting photos or bird hunting photos and would like to have them published in The Roundup Hunting Editions please send them to info@roundupweb.com...

 

Elk Shoulder Season Comment Period Extended

State wildlife officials extended comment an additional 18 days on a proposal to create guidelines for pre- and post-season hunting opportunities to aid in the reduction of some elk populations. The elk “shoulder season” guidelines would allow...

 

Williston Economic Summit and Trade Show

The event provides sessions that cover some of Williston’s hottest topics along with plenty of networking opportunities for the investors, developers, logistics, oil & gas, real estate and business professionals in attendance. The event will be...

 

History Alive! Features Felix At Chateau de Mores State Historic Site

Friedrich Felix Gollnick, an adventurous 19th century immigrant from Germany to Dakota Territory, will appear at the Chateau de Mores State Historic Site, Medora, Aug. 29-30. Portrayed by Donald Ehli in the popular History Alive! program, Felix will...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    August 19, 2015

Sidney Health Center's Rehab Clinic Opens a Pediatric Therapy Room

The Sidney Health Center Rehabilitation Clinic (SHC) has recently renovated unused space to incorporate a room for pediatric patients. With population influx, the number of children in need of therape...

 

Keeping Up with the Youngsters

Nothing beats working to repeat a task that you haven't attempted for nearly fifty years. Time clouds the memory of just what a particular experience entails; one remembers the main points but the...

 

RSVP Volunteers are a Priceless Asset to the Community

There is a quiet yet powerful force at work in our community; a group of individuals who go to work, not for money or recognition, but simply to fill a need that would otherwise be left unfilled....

 

Montana Geriatric Education Center Wins Grant At White House Conference On Aging

The Montana Geriatric Education Center at the University of Montana now will be able to educate more Montana health care professionals, direct care workers and caregivers about the needs of geriatric patients thanks to a grant from the Geriatrics...

 

DPHHS Starts Distribution Of Lucas Devices

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock announced this week that several south eastern Montana communities have received 12 life-saving automatic chest compression devices as part of the state’s new three-year Cardiac Ready Communities initiative. Emergency...

 

Programs Are Available In MT To Help People With Arthritis

In Montana, arthritis impacts the lives of thousands of adults. Recent statistics show this condition currently impacts 27 percent, or 215,000 Montana adults. Additionally, 31 percent of adults with arthritis report they are not physically active....

 

MDT Schedules Open House, Informational Meeting To Discuss Reconstruction & Potential Realignment Of MT-201

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is conducting an open house and informational meeting to discuss the reconstruction of approximately six miles of MT-201 west of Fairview in Richland County. The segment of MT-201 proposed for...

 

PLOTS Guide Available Online

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s Private Land Open To Sportsmen Guide for 2015 is now available online at the department’s website, gf.nd.gov. In addition, PLOTS Guides will be available at most license vendors throughout the state in...

 

Eckhoff's MSU Durum Wheat Program To Be Carried Forward By MT Co.

Montana State University has completed an agreement to license more than 700 developmental lines of durum wheat to Montana-based Northern Seed, LLC. “Northern Seed is very excited to strengthen our relationship with MSU through this durum license...

 

"Improving, Protecting The Health, Well-Being, Self-Reliance Of Never Leave A Child Alone In A Car…Not Even For A Minute!"

The Montana Children’s Trust Fund is promoting the ‘Not Even for a Minute’ campaign that reminds parents and caregivers to never leave children unattended in or around vehicles. Left alone in a vehicle for even a short time, a child is in...

 

County Agent Update

Is it no longer considered livestock waste? A recent article in AGWEEK talks about the use of animal manure instead of or along with commercial fertilizers. With harvest in full swing in the area,...

 

Hoofin' it for Hunger Trail Race Scheduled In Miles City

The Montana Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee is again collaborating with USDA/ARS Fort Keogh Research Station to host the 2015 Hoofin’ it for Hunger Trail Run. This year’s race is slated for Sunday, Oct. 11 and will include a 5K,...

 

Housing Development Finance Professional Certification Training

Learning the ins and outs of the affordable housing development process will be the focus of a training series for public and non-profit practitioners that starts this fall. In October, North Dakota Housing Finance Agency, in partnership with the...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    August 19, 2015

Eighty-one Trees Within Sidney To Be Removed

Eighty-one dead and diseased trees were marked with orange X’s recently, an all-too familiar sight which causes concern for Sidney residents. Dutch Elm Disease continues to be the primary culprit,...

 
 By Lauren Donovan    News    August 19, 2015

US Hwy. 85, Long X Bridge, could Receive Funding For Improvements

Damage and repair work to the dated Long X Bridge have caused lengthy delays and detours for travelers along US Highway 85 in western North Dakota. Another major piece of the prime two-lane highway into the Bakken shale play would be widened and the...

 
 By Tie Shank    Energy    August 19, 2015

West Dakota Water: Expanding the Use of the Missouri River

WILLISTON: West Dakota Water, a subsidiary company to JMAC Resources, Inc., is an oilfield water resources contractor specializing in fresh water sourcing, transportation, and conveyance for well...

 

Fair Grand Champions Correction

Correction On the front page of last weeks newspaper under Richland County Fair Grand Champions Becca Deming was listed as having the Grand Champion market lamb. Baillee Vitt actually had the Grand...

 

MPA Member WWC Engineering Expands Montana Presence

Incorporated in 1980, Western Waters Consultants, Inc., doing business as WWC Engineering these days, was one of the most sought after firms in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming, where the company got its start. WWC works with oil & gas companies,...

 

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