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Articles from the August 28, 2013 edition

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Wings of Freedom III in Sidney Sept. 7 & 8

The Wings Of Freedom III Air Show will roar into the Sidney Richland Airport, Sidney, MT Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8. Pre sale tickets are on sale now at the Sidney Chamber of Commerce and...

 

Labor Day Safety

Celebrate this Labor Day with safety in mind. As we enjoy the last weekend of the summer with friends and family and slip in one more get-a-way our law enforcement officers will take to the roads in an effort to keep us safe. Holidays like Labor Day...

 

Parenting Class for Divorcing Parents Offered

Parents Forever, a parenting class for parents experiencing or considering separation/divorce, who are divorced and experiencing challenges or who have never been married and do not live together,...

 

68th Annual Alexander Old Settler's Day This Weekend

What started as a community picnic after harvest season in Alexander, North Dakota, has, like so many early gatherings developed into large boisterous occasions that last for days and attract party goers and vendors alike. The annual Old Settler’s...

 

Sidney Health Center Successfully Recruits A Full-Time Orthopedic Surgeon

Sidney Health Center is pleased to announce the successful recruit of Andrea Barrett, M.D. Dr. Barrett will join the medical staff in October 2013 as an orthopedic surgeon. Dr. Barrett, who is...

 
 By Beth Redlin    News    August 28, 2013

Fall "E-rase your E-waste" Event Set for Sidney Sept. 6-7

With summer waning and school underway, it’s time to do a little fall cleaning and we’d like to help. The Richland County “Erase your E-waste” program is hosting its 9th annual fall...

 

Brodie Benjamin Gorder, 8, Sidney, MT

Brodie Benjamin Gorder was born on September 6, 2004 in Williston, ND to (Tod) Shane & Lisa (Partridge) Gorder. Brodie had just completed the second grade at Rau Elementary School and was a youth memb...

 

Notice: Yellowstone Township Zoning Board Meeting Changed to Sept. 3

The Yellowstone Township Zoning Board will meet September 3rd (Tuesday) instead of September 2nd, due to Labor Day....

 
 By Nicole Hackley    News    August 28, 2013

Family Resource Center Showcases New Materials

Throughout the year the Family Resource Center helps put on fundraisers such as the Parade of Trees Auction and the Kids 1st Carnival to raise money for supplies. Because of the generous support from the community at these events, this summer the...

 
 By Mandi Nay    News    August 28, 2013

Construction Begins on DRWA Rural Water Project

Construction has begun on the greatly anticipated Dry-Redwater Regional Water Authority (DRWA) rural water project. In an attempt to supply water as quickly as possible,DRWA has begun looking into construction in phases. The first phase is officially...

 

Farm Credit Services Provides FFA Student Handbooks & Support to FFA Organizations

This year acknowledges the 37th year that the three independent Farm Credit Services associations in North Dakota have donated FFA Handbooks to agricultural students in area schools. This year, approximately eighty high school agriculture education...

 
 By Steve Merritt    News    August 28, 2013

State Vet Issues West Nile Advisory for Equine Owners

Positive mosquitoes found in 8 counties: Cascade, Blaine, Hill, Lewis & Clark, Prairie, Sheridan, Phillips and Teton Animal health officials with the Montana Department of Livestock are advising equine owners in parts of the state to be on the...

 
 By Johanna Rojas    News    August 28, 2013

Williston's Brand New Dakota Landing Opens for Business Sept. 3

Dakota Landing, a unique residence hotel designed to meet the growing needs of the Bakken Shale housing market, will begin welcoming guests September 3. Dakota Landing is inviting the community to take an up-close look at the new property and...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    August 28, 2013

Celebrate the End of Summer Safely, Law Enforcement Warns Of Extra Patrols Over Labor Day Weekend

Summer is coming to an end, but before fall arrives, people will be enjoying Labor Day weekend. It is a time to enjoy the last days of summer and travel to see Montana sights. The Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) and local law enforcement agencies will...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    August 28, 2013

Blue Buffalo Artist Work to be Displayed at MonDak Heritage Center

This is the fourth in a series highlighting the talented Blue Buffalo artists whose work will be on display at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney during the month of October. Lynne Jordan works in oils, watercolors and pastels to bring her viewers...

 

Montana Make It With Wool and Win!

If you love to sew garments or even quilts from wool then you may be interested in the The Montana Make It With Wool contest coming up soon! The contest’s objectives are: to promote the beauty and versatility of wool fabric and yarns, encourage per...

 
 By Dan Janes    Outdoors    August 28, 2013

USDA and DOI Highlight Successes of Protecting Bird Habitat on Private Lands

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Interior Secretary Sally Jewell announced the release of the State of the Birds 2013 Report on Private Lands. A collaborative effort as part of the U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative, involving...

 

Master Gardener Program Offered in Watford City

Local individuals interested in an in-depth look at gardening are encouraged to enroll in the Master Gardener Program to be held weekly for eight Friday mornings starting September 27 and ending...

 

Teachers Get Oil & Gas Education

The Montana Board of Oil and Gas Conservation hosted their 9th annual Teachers Workshop on Oil & Gas Resources at MSUB in Billings last month during the week of June 24th. Forty two teachers from...

 

Preventing West Nile Virus

West Nile virus is a risk you can do something about. West Nile virus is now in most of the United States. The most important way people become infected is through the bite of an infected mosquito. You can reduce your chance of getting infected by...

 

MT Upland Game Bird Hunting Forecast

All things considered—from last summer’s drought to this spring’s floods—2013 should still shape up to be near to just below average in Montana for upland game bird hunters. Here’s run down on the status of Montana’s top upland game...

 

Dangers of Sepsis

Mickie, a 56 year-old teacher, has a red, inflamed sore on her leg that won’t go away. Today her entire thigh looks red and angry. Twelve year-old Joey was bitten by a cat, and now has streaks running up his arm. Fred is 97; he’s in good health...

 
 By Jenny Baker    News    August 28, 2013

Excitement at the MonDak

We have a very exciting September planned! We will kick off by hosting a portable planetarium known as a Star Lab. This Star Lab comes from the Museum of the Rockies, and is a great opportunity for your students to receive a planetarium experience,...

 
 By Barb Peterson    News    August 28, 2013

Williston Summit September 3-5

The Minnesota Real Estate Journal has hosted thousands of people to Bakken Summits in major cities across the USA. Now, Williston Economic Development is partnering with them to hold a similar event right in the Bakken and will provide an...

 

No Paddlefish Tag Lottery in 2014

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has decided to wait at least a year before developing a lottery to issue tags for the paddlefish snagging season. While legislation passed in 2013 allows the Department to use a lottery system to issue...

 

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