Articles from the September 7, 2011 edition

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Last Chance To “E-Rase Your E-Waste” For 2011

After collecting 46,062 lbs. of e-waste during its first four summer mini events, the area “E-rase your E-waste” e-cycling team is ready to close out the season with a record-setting bang at...

 

Fort Union & Confluence Bird Count Set For Saturday

The Fort Union and Confluence Bird Count is set for Saturday, Sept. 10 from 8 a.m.-10:30 a.m. It was said by the great western naturalist John James Audubon, “I never for a day gave up listening to the songs of our birds, or watching their...

 

MonDak Annual Meeting, Board Election Scheduled For Sept. 11

The annual meeting of the MonDak Historical & Art Society will be Sept. 11 at 2 p.m. at the MonDak Heritage Center. Learn what is happening in the upcoming year, a recap of the past year, and very importantly, vote for new members of the board of...

 

Sidney Parks & Signs

You may have noticed something different about Sidney’s city parks lately. There might be quite a few noticeable differences in the parks but one major difference is the “Tobacco Free Play...

 

Seader Attends Bamboo-Fusion Massage Technique Seminar

Cammi Seader, Body Bliss Massage, Sidney, recently returned from a seminar in Bismarck, ND where she learned the new Bamboo-Fusion™ massage technique. “It was one of the best classes I’ve ever t...

 

FWP To Host Open House Meetings To Discuss Proposed Fishing Regulation Changes For 2012-15

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a series of open house meetings to discuss and seek comment on proposed fishing regulation changes for 2012-15. The changes, which would go into effect March 1, 2012, include regulations in the Western,...

 

NEMLMOA Meeting Sept. 13

The Northeast Montana Land and Mineral Owners Association will hold a meeting on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at the Civic Center in Plentywood, MT beginning at 7 PM. Anyone with questions or concerns about any oil or gas related issues is invited to...

 

Scentsy Independent Consultants Raising Funds With “Flood Buddies” For Children Of Flood Victims

Ever feel like your world has been turned upside down – gone down the river? Imagine being a little child again and having your world washed away or the security of your home filled with dirty water as it floats away with all your toys, bed,...

 

Did You Know ….

There will be a Car Seat Check Point at the Richland County Health Department Parking Lot on Saturday Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in conjunction with the Kids Carnival that is taking place at the Richland County Fair Event Center on that day....

 

Raffle Benefiting Montana Red Cross Runs Through Sept. 12

The Montana Red Cross is conducting a raffle to benefit the Red Cross that will run through Sept. 12. Prizes for the winning raffle ticket include: A guided bison hunt Oct. 8, 2011 on the Turner Ranch near Bozeman, meat processing, taxidermy and...

 

Colton Raveling, 20, Sidney, MT

Funeral service for Colton Raveling, 20, Sidney, MT was at 10 a.m., MDT, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, Sidney, MT with Pastor David Huskamp officiating. Interment was at 3 p.m., CDT, in the Riverview Cemetery,...

 

Richey FFA Chapter Receives National Ranking

The National FFA Organization recently selected, from a pool of more than 650 candidates nationwide, the Richey FFA Chapter, Richey, as a two-star winner in the National FFA Chapter Award Program. The chapter members have been invited to attend the...

 

Big Buck

Travis Peterson of Bemidji, MN took this buck while bow hunting in McKenzie County. The North Dakota deer bow hunting season began on Sept. 2 and the Montana season began on Sept....

 

Green Side Up

If you dial 701-744-5759 you will hear a pleasant voice informing you that “Green Acres Sod Farm” is able and willing to take care of your sod needs. That is the voice of Josie Riedel. She might...

 

Richland County Ambulance Service Offering First Responder Course

The Richland County Ambulance Service (RCAS) will be holding a First Responder course starting in early October for individuals interested in helping their community through the ambulance service. As...

 

2011 Pest Management Tour On Tap Oct 3-7

The Montana State University Pesticide Education and Integrated Pest Management Programs will offer a 2011 Pest Management Tour for private, commercial, and government applicators in eastern Montana....

 

Prairie Fare

“No onions on my sandwich, please.” my eight-year-old daughter said. I was chopping onions and other vegetables as I assembled panini sandwiches to cook on our electric sandwich grill. “How about just a little onion for flavor?” I asked. “R...

 

4th Annual Beef Cattle & Forage Grazing Workshop To Be Held Sept. 13 In Dickinson

The 4th Annual Beef Cattle and Forage Grazing Workshop will be held Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Dickinson Research Extension Center Ranch headquarters southwest of Manning, according to program coordinator Doug Landblom. The program will run from 1-5...

 

“Understanding Northern Feed Ingredients” Short Course Is Oct. 25-27

Learn from experts how to manufacture livestock feeds that take advantage of combinations of regional legumes, pulses, grains, oilseeds and co-products. The “Understanding Northern Feed Ingredients” short course will be Oct. 25-27 at the...

 

Harvesting Good Health For Farming Families

With reality television shows on the rise, viewers can see what it’s like to ride the high seas as crab fisherman, build some of the tallest superstructures, haul in a 600-lb. swordfish and even...

 

Trent Loos To Be 2012 MonDak Ag Days Entertainment

The MonDak Ag Days Committee is pleased to announce that Trent Loos, passionate advocate for agriculture, will serve as the Thursday night, Jan. 12 after-dinner speaker at the 2012 MonDak Ag Days...

 

Yellowstone Livestock Company Offers Video Auction Sales

Under the new management of C.J. Johnsrud, Yellowstone Livestock Company continues to work tirelessly to provide top notch service and protection for its customers. Johnsrud, who assumed...

 

Focus On Farm Safety

Agricultural injury jumped 15% in 2010. Those in agriculture typically suffer more injuries than most other professions simply because of the nature of the job. Farmers and ranchers handle pesticides...

 

Did You Know?

A Farm Safety Workshop will be offered on Sept. 29 at 9 a.m. at the Community Service Building – Room 202. Richland County Health Department’s Injury Prevention Coalition obtained a grant from Far...

 

What Counts Is The Water That Actually Enters Plant Roots

To help farmers make the best use of limited irrigation water in the arid West, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) researchers are helping farmers determine how much water major crops actually need. Tom Trout, Agricultural Research Service (ARS)...

 

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