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Articles from the September 24, 2014 edition

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Sidney Sugars Anticipating "Tons" This Harvest Season

The 2014 sugar beet crop is shaping up to be a good one according to Sidney Sugars agricultural manager Russ Fullmer. The latest root samples indicated big tonnage. "They were pretty good," Fullmer...

 

3rd Annual Parade of Homes Sunday

The 3rd Annual Parade of Homes will take place from 10 am to 4 pm, Sunday, September 28 with homes ranging from contemporary to western log. This fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Richland County has become the premiere opportunity to view a...

 

Richey Homecoming

Richey's Homecoming Royalty. Pictured is King Kimball Brost and Queen Megan Volbrecht. (Photo Janet Fatzinger)...

 
 By Dan Malessa    News    September 24, 2014

Tester Announces Major Bakken Field Hearing

Senator Jon Tester (D–Mont.), Chairman of the Senate Homeland Security subcommittee that oversees federal programs, today announced he will be holding a field hearing in the Bakken this week. The hearing will take an in-depth look at...

 

Candidates Forum Announced

The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture and the Richland County Farm Bureau invite Richland County residents to the Candidates Forum scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on October 23rd. It will be held at the MSU Extension conference room north of...

 

It's Kiwanis Fruit Sale Time!

Sidney Kiwanians are currently selling gala and red delicious apples and Bartlett pears. Cost is $25 per box. Anyone wishing to purchase this delicious fruit may contact Bob and Lois Frank at 488-1570. All proceeds benefit youth activities in the...

 
 By Missy Smies    News    September 24, 2014

Kids First! Carnival this Saturday

The Richland County Family Resource Center is sponsoring the fifth annual Kids First! Carnival this fall. The Family Resource Center focuses on children, families, and education, bringing an exciting activity for families in the Sidney area to...

 

Sidney Selected as Montana's Newest Geological Marker

Montana has a very colorful geologic history with black rock, red rock, limestone, sandstone and mineral deposits such as Coal and Oil. Designed to teach about the geographical wonders of Montana, Former First Lady Nancy Schweitzer, First Lady Lisa D...

 

Guy Wesley Rudicil, 69, Sidney, MT

Memorial services for Guy W. Rudicil, 69, of Sidney were at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, September 20, 2014, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness: 2301 3rd Str. NW, Sidney, MT. Fulkerson Funeral Home of Sidney are entrusted with the arrangements....

 

National Preparedness Month (NPM) September 2014: You Can Be the Hero

September is National Preparedness Month (NPM). The National Day of Action is September 30, 2014. USDA’s Farm Service Agency has committed to participate in America’s PrepareAthon in September in order to increase preparedness throughout the...

 
 By Dan Malessa    News    September 24, 2014

Tester Announces Resources to Combat Sexual Violence in the Bakken

Senator Jon Tester today announced that eastern Montana will receive more resources to fight domestic and sexual violence in the Bakken region. The support comes from the Violence Against Women Act’s (VAWA) Bakken Regional Initiative, which aims to...

 

Remaining ND Fall Turkey Licenses Available Sept. 30

The 2014 fall wild turkey lottery has been held and more than 1,000 licenses remain in eight units. Unsuccessful applicants who applied online will have a refund issued directly to their credit card. Beginning Sept. 30, all remaining licenses will...

 

Chip Carving and Genealogy Classes Sept. 28 & 29

Have you ever wanted to learn how to trace your family tree? Now is your chance! Sidney Sons of Norway Lodge is sponsoring a Genealogy Class and a Chip Carving Class on September 28 and 29. Teachers from Helena, MT will be teaching these classes,...

 

Williston's Renaissance on Main Groundbreaking

Renaissance on Main, the multi-use development to be built at the corner of 2nd and Main, downtown Williston, held a ground breaking ceremony on September 16. Government representatives including Lt....

 

1st Annual Women's Leadership Expo at Williston State College

Williston State College will host the 1st Annual Women’s Leadership Expo on Friday, September 26, in the Well Gym at WSC. Calling all male and female leaders! The Wil-Expo will feature a lunch catered by Outlaws Bar and Grill and our keynote...

 

Producers Reminded of Important Sept. 30th Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program Deadline

Montana agricultural producers who have not yet purchased their 2015 Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program Coverage for all Perennial Forage, Grazing, and Fall-Seeded Crops are reminded that the September 30th deadline is fast approaching. To...

 

Watford City Football Action

(Photos by Kathy Taylor)...

 

Following His Blockers

Kiaran Olson takes advantage of some great blocking as he carries the ball for a first down in Saturday's 5th grade tackle football game against Williston. Watford City defeated Williston 12-6 in the...

 

Merchants Bank Announces New President

Merchants Bank of Fairview is pleased to announce the hiring of Doug Voll as President, effective August 25, 2014. Doug has several years of banking experience in the area and looks forward to the...

 

Legislative Update September 2014

The Education Local Government Interim Committee held its final meeting on September 15-16 in Helena prior to the 2015 Legislative Session which will begin in January. Typically, the final meeting is a wrap up of the entire interim and consist of...

 

Esprit Health Clinic Opening Soon in Sidney

Esprit Health Clinic will be opening soon in Sidney, Montana! Located at 309 S Central Avenue (the former Baker Boy), Esprit Health Clinic is a locally owned and operated Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Clinic. The primary purpose of Esprit Health...

 

Upcoming Workshop in Watford City for Parents, Becoming a Love & Logic Parent Series

Is being a parent draining your energy? Parents of tots to teens use these Love & Logic strategies to energize, reduce the nagging and complaining from your children, promote thinking and...

 

Fertilize Lawns Now

A frequent question this time of year is, “Should I fertilize my lawn in the fall?” The answer is yes. All lawns whether they are high maintenance (Kentucky Bluegrass) or low maintenance (Crested...

 

Grants Available for Montana Tree City USAs

Montana communities with Tree City USA© designation may apply for funding through the 2014-2015 Urban Forestry Grant program offered by the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) in cooperation with the Montana Urban &...

 

Where is Governor Bullock on Energy?

Why has Governor Bullock gone mute on the important issues facing Montana’s energy economy?Energy jobs are critically important to the economic well being of all parts of the state, east and west, and are a vital pillar to our tax base.Our vast...

 

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