Articles from the October 4, 2023 edition


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  • More Industries May Be Coming Soon To The MonDak Region

    Jaymi Mozeak|Oct 4, 2023

    On Friday, Sept. 29, a group of Richland County leaders met with Rich Garman, North Dakota Department of Commerce Economic Development and Finance director. He had good news for the MonDak region. Five different industrial companies are looking into building a facility in northwestern North Dakota. Cerilon, a company based out of Alberta, Canada, whose facilities generate premium-quality, cleaner-burning transportation fuels, synthetic base oils, and specialized products, according to their website, www.cerilon.com. The company wants to put a...

  • Winter Named North Dakota Stockmen's Association Top Hand

    Oct 4, 2023

    The North Dakota Stockmen's Association (NDSA) awarded McKenzie County cattleman Keith Winter, a 49-year NDSA member, with the organization's most prestigious award, the Top Hand Award, at the banquet during its annual convention in Watford City. The Top Hand Award recognizes Winter's unselfish concern for the land, the country and the cattle industry. Winter joined the exclusive class of 26 ranchers who have received this elite award over the NDSA's 94-year history when he accepted his bronze...

  • Sharbonos Receive "Above And Beyond" Award

    Dianne Swanson|Oct 4, 2023

    The Fairview Chamber of Commerce presented its latest "Above and Beyond" Award to Rick and LuAnn Sharbono for their decades of service to the Fairview Food Bank. Rick has retired from Tri County Implement, and LuAnn from Merchants Bank, but whether it is in the middle of the day, or the middle of the night, they make sure that hungry people are fed. Rick started volunteering for the food bank when he was on the Zion Lutheran Church Council in 1989. At that time, each church had a volunteer who...

  • Sidney Fall Festival Oct. 14

    Oct 4, 2023

    The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the Sidney Fall Festival scheduled for Oct. 14. This event is a big community shindig with multiple community organizations hosting the fun. The festivities include: The Main Street Car and Bike Show presented by the Richland County Sportsmen’s Club features Judged categories and Non-Judged Showing Only categories. Your first judged entry is at a cost of $35 and all following judged entries get in for $15. Non-judged entries are displayed at a cost of $10/vehicle. Local businesses will...

  • Alexander Homecoming

    Oct 4, 2023

  • Chili Cookoff At Veterans Memorial Park, Oct. 7

    Jaymi Mozeak|Oct 4, 2023

    St. John’s United is holding a chili cookoff and tasting fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 7, from noon-4 p.m. at the pavilion in Veteran’s Memorial Park. The event is a fundraiser and donations are appreciated but tasting is free to those who bring a hygiene product such as: shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper, toothpaste, Kleenex, mouthwash, razors, adult diapers, body soap, and deodorant or article of warm clothing. Local chili makers, lovers, and connoisseurs are invited to come participate or just have a nice, warm cup. There will be prizes for...

  • Good Shepherd Home Groundbreaking Ceremony For $1.3M Expansion & Upgrade Oct. 10

    Lynn Welker-Fevold|Oct 4, 2023

    Sept. 22, 2023 – A Good Shepherd Home groundbreaking ceremony will be held in Watford City, Oct. 10, at 10 a.m. CT, to celebrate the site that will soon be transformed into expanded chapel space, a beautiful courtyard, and state-of-the art greenhouse for long-term care residents to enjoy. Icon Architects are working to create spaces that are modern, warm, inviting, and accessible. Construction engineers will begin work this fall and bring the project to completion in June 2024, wrapping up with greenhouse construction. Randy Quale, Benefit F...

  • Emmaus House Fundraiser Oct. 7 Sidney

    Robyn Heck|Oct 4, 2023

    Mark your calendar for Saturday, Oct. 7 for the Emmaus House annual fundraiser held at the Elk’s Club, Sidney. The theme is “Fall into the Past: A Retro Night Out”. It will be a fun filled evening, with food throughout the decades, a photo booth, silent auction, live auction, jar prize drawings and quilt raffle. Super nachos will be available and Catherine Cayko will be making Louisiana Chicken and Andouille gumbo. “For those that want to dress up in their favorite decade, we will have prizes for those who win the best costume! Otherwi...

  • Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging

    Oct 4, 2023

    Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging Results Oct. 1 Novice Teams: 1st: Richland County Novice #1: Kenzie Nagle, Makena Balducke, Clancy Marshall, and Aspen Nagle 2nd: Richland County Novice #2: Brynlee McNally, Peyton Denowh, Kree McNally, and Oliver Becker Individuals: 1st: Kenzie Nagle / Richland County Novice #1 2nd: Makena Balducke / Richland County Novice #1 3rd: Clancy Marshall / Richland County Novice #1 Top Reasons 1st: Oliver Becker / Richland County Novice #2 Juniors Teams: 1s...

  • Golf Results State Class A Sidney

    Oct 4, 2023

    Girls Ella Norby, 17th place, 193 Mercedes Lamb, 19th place, 195 Izzy Baisch, 28th place, 207 McKenna Tiesen, 38th place, 213 Brooklyn Boyer, 47th place, 234 Sidney Girls 5th place Boys Brady Collins, 20th place, 164 Kalen Price, 24th place, 168 Blake Johnson, 52nd place, 195...

  • Double Block At The Net

    Oct 4, 2023

  • Watford City Cross Country Results

    Oct 4, 2023

    A small home meet was held at the Fox Hills Golf Course with 6 schools on Tuesday Sept. 26. The boys varsity team finished 2nd by a 6th runner tie breaker. We only had 5 runners compete where Trinity Christian had 6 runners. Our team found out about the importance of the runners after our top five in team scoring. Fox Hills is a very difficult hilly course, so the times are down from what they would normally run. Our course makes for a very good midweek race pace strength workout for our...

  • Sidney Health Center Unveils State-Of-The-Art Emergency Department: A Celebration Of Excellence

    Oct 4, 2023

    Sidney, MT – Sidney Health Center is thrilled to announce a milestone occasion that symbolizes a leap forward in the delivery of emergency medical care in Richland County and the surrounding area. The eagerly awaited Emergency Department Ribbon Cutting and Open House is set to take place on Thursday, Oct. 12 from 4-6 p.m., marking the completion of a remarkable renovation and rebuild. To kick-off the celebration, the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce will be onsite to perform the official r...

  • Candy Donations Being Accepted

    Oct 4, 2023

    Candy donations are being accepted for the community trick or treating event that will be held Tuesday, Oct. 31 at Sidney Health Center Extended Care. The residents and trick-or-treaters will appreciate any and all donations. Please drop off any donations at Sidney Health Center Extended Care, 104 14th Ave NW, Sidney by Oct. 25....

  • First Eastern Montana Childcare Summit Invitation, Oct. 10, Wolf Point

    Quincy Walter|Oct 4, 2023

    We all know childcare is a pressing issue in the “childcare desert” we live in here, in Northeastern Montana. Here are Great Northern Development Cooperation and the Small Business Development Center. We have heard the many sides of the story, from a workforce shortage, the lack of childcare businesses/staff to help, and a local economy trying to grow. So this is why we have partnered with Zero to Five and many other state resources to bring the table to our side of the state. We encourage you to join our in-depth discussion about the wide ran...

  • MonDak Boys & Girls Club's Tasty Tuesdays Big Hit

    Janelle Chamberlain|Oct 4, 2023

    MonDak Boys & Girls Club after-school program is dedicated to introducing our members to new programs and activities. Tasty Tuesdays is a program that started last year with our youngest members and is quickly growing to be a favorite! It is a hands-on cooking program that inspires creativity, healthy habits, and an interest in what we eat and where it comes from. The recipes include ingredients and recipes that coordinate with the season. The members started the program with leaf-shaped...

  • MonDak Boys & Girls Club Sept. Youth Of The Month

    Janelle Chamberlain|Oct 4, 2023

    Boys & Girls Clubs of the MonDak is proud to announce Olivia Parker and Amaya Musselwhite as the September Youth of Month recipients! Olivia is our Clubhouse Youth of the Month and she is in Mrs. Hanson's second-grade class. She is the daughter of Jamie and Jake Parker and she has a little brother named Murphy. Olivia enjoys making artwork while at the club and loves math class in school. When Olivia grows up, she would like to become a florist. Amaya is our Youth of the Month from the Base and...

  • Fairview Sails Over Wibaux 52-8 Saturday

    Oct 4, 2023

    The Fairview Warriors traveled to Wibaux to play the #5 ranked Longhorns on a Saturday afternoon. After an early fumble, the Warriors rebounded by jumping out to a first quarter 14-0 lead on a 20-yard Tyler Loan run and a 33-yard Jeff Tjelde pass to Jaxon Vitt. The second quarter was more of the same as Wyatt McPherson ran in a 27-yard touchdown followed by 3 more touchdown runs by Loan from 9, 45, and 41-yards respectively giving the Warriors a 39-0 lead at the half. A one play 65-yard dash by...

  • Fairview Volleyball Gets Conference Wins

    Brandy Spitzer-Tjelde|Oct 4, 2023

    The Fairview Warrior volleyball team was on the road for last week's conference matches against Harlem and Glasgow. Junior Carly Buxbaum said, "Heading into the weekend with two important away games, we needed to be mentally prepared for a long weekend. We needed to make sure everyone was ready and knew their roles. Having a good support team behind us always keeps us going." Although the Warriors took the games in six sets total, both games challenged the Warriors to come from behind and learn...

  • Sidney Sports Action

    Oct 4, 2023

  • Winter Named North Dakota Stockmen's Association Top Hand

    Oct 4, 2023

    The North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA) awarded McKenzie County cattleman Keith Winter, a 49-year NDSA member, with the organization’s most prestigious award, the Top Hand Award, at the banquet during its annual convention in Watford City. The Top Hand Award recognizes Winter’s unselfish concern for the land, the country and the cattle industry. Winter joined the exclusive class of 26 ranchers who have received this elite award over the NDSA’s 94-year history when he accepted his bronze statue. The lifelong rancher and longtime grazing a...

  • NDSA Annual Convention Cattlemen's Education Series Tour

    Oct 4, 2023

  • Prairie Fare: Nourish Your Body & Mind With Fall Foods & A New Class Series

    NDSU Agriculture Communication|Oct 4, 2023

    Fall is my favorite season of the year. Our outside environment becomes a feast for our eyes as leaves change from green to gold, orange or red and float in the breeze. We are greeted by farmers markets and store displays with colorful red apples. Many varieties of squash are available. Some are green, others are orange or gold, and their rinds may be smooth or bumpy. I always enjoy the grocery store squash displays that look like a still-life portrait that has come to life. I almost do not...

  • Rural Leadership North Dakota Selects New Advisory Council Members

    NDSU Agriculture Communication|Oct 4, 2023

    Kristi Schultz and Brady Pelton have been selected to serve a three-year term on North Dakota State University's Rural Leadership North Dakota (RLND) Council. In addition to providing overall program direction, council members also develop policies and procedures, advocate for the program, maintain appropriate fiscal policies, and assist with class selection. "The RLND Council serves to help steer the program towards the future and ensures RLND continues to prepare and develop effective leaders...

  • Montana Horse Breeders Promote Quarter Horse Genetics In Europe

    Oct 4, 2023

    The Montana Department of Agriculture had the unique opportunity to partner with the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) and the American Paint Horse Association (APHA) to conduct a horse genetics trade mission to Spain and Germany during the first week of September. MDA recruited Mahlstedt Ranch of Circle and Weaver Quarter Horses of Big Sandy to participate in the trade mission. The AQHA sent Tate Eck, International Activities Director, and the APHA sent a judge and clinician for the...

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