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Articles from the October 21, 2015 edition

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Respect Your Community October 27

Finally the exciting moment is near...we didn't quite reach our funding goal but we feel this event is so important to the students and everyone in our community that we do not want to charge anyone...

 

2015 Christmas Story Stroll & Parade Of Lights

The Sidney area Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture is excited to kick off the Christmas season with the 2015 Christmas Story Stroll & Parade of Lights. Family and friends of all ages are asked to participate in the festivities that we will be putting...

 

Older Adults Encouraged to Attend Stepping On Falls Prevention Program in Watford City

Are you an older adult who is perhaps afraid of falling, has fallen or is at risk of falling? If so, you will want to attend “Stepping On,” a community-based seven-week program starting Mon.,...

 

Gordon MacDougal, 81, E. Fairview, MT

Memorial services for Gordon MacDougal, 81, of East Fairview, MT were at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015, at Zion Lutheran Church in Fairview with Pastor Roberta Pierce officiating. Cremation has taken place under the care of the Fulkerson-Stevenson...

 

Sunday's Harvestfest & Junkapalooza offers Old Fashioned Fun

Coming to Glendive’s Harvestfest & Junkapalooza is like going back in time. Not only are there hayrides, cider press, yard games and vintage furniture, people can try their hand at making butter. This Sunday from noon to 5PM the Harvestfest &...

 
 By Bryce Baker    News    October 21, 2015

Best Western Golden Prairie Inn & Suites Recognized With The Brand's Highest Honor At Best Western's 2015 Convention

The Best Western Golden Prairie Inn & Suites in Sidney was recognized with the brand’s highest honor, the M.K. Guertin Award at Best Western Hotels and Resorts’ 2015 Convention held recently in Honolulu, Hawaii. The award was presented in front...

 

Game Wardens Conduct ANS Compliance Checkpoints

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s law enforcement division recently conducted check stations on boats coming into the state in an effort to ensure compliance with aquatic nuisance species laws and regulations. Robert Timian, enforcement...

 

West Side Science Fair

On Tuesday, October 13th, first grade students at West Side Elementary participated in classroom science fairs. High school students stopped in to show their support. Pictures by Meagan...

 

Sidney Eagle Volleyball Hosts Glendive

Jordan Baxter blocks the volleyball against Glendive last Saturday in Sidney. Photo by Kathy Johnson....

 

Seventh Annual Oktoberfest October 23

The MonDak Heritage Center and Northeastern Arts Network present the Seventh Annual Oktoberfest, Friday, Oct. 23, 7 pm at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney. Proceeds from this event provide funding for the continuing presentation of Live Music at...

 

Montana Farm Bureau Commends Fish & Game Commission For Shoulder Season Guidelines

The Montana Farm Bureau Federation (MFBF) commends the Fish and Game Commission for their recent adoption of guidelines establishing elk shoulder season hunts in Montana. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) released the proposed guidelines for...

 

SHS Senior Night

Sidney Eagle Football & Cheerleaders held Senior Night last Friday at the home football game against Glendive. Photos by Kathy Johnson....

 

Main Street and 6th Street intersection in Williston reopened Saturday

Saturday, October 17, the 6th Street and Main Street intersection in Williston was reopened to through traffic on Main Street. A portion of 6th Street near the intersection will remain temporarily closed and traffic traveling on 6th Street may be...

 
 By Tie Shank    News    October 21, 2015

Caterpillar Announces Restructuring And Cost Reduction Plans

Late September, Caterpillar Inc. announced significant restructuring and cost reduction actions that are expected to lower operating costs by about $1.5 billion annually once fully implemented. The...

 
 By Tie Shank    News    October 21, 2015

3rd Annual Run for Help Zombie 5K

Escape the Zombies. Help support your local United Way on Oct. 24, 2015 at Spring Lake Park. Registration starts at 4 p.m. and the race starts at 5:30 p.m. Runners receive a flag football belt and 2...

 

In the Spirit of Co-Op Month LYREC is Holding A Coat & Food Drive the Month of October

Celebrating Co-op month is a good time for everyone to join together and extend a helping hand to those less fortunate than ourselves. The entire month of October, Lower Yellowstone Electric will once again be collecting winter gear for the...

 

Fall Fish Surveys Completed

North Dakota Game And Fish Department Fisheries Biologists Have Evaluated Fish Spawning And Stocking Success Across The State. Fisheries management section leader Scott Gangl said Lake Sakakawea produced good catches of Walleye and Yearling Perch....

 

State Approves I-177, the Montana Trap-Free Public Lands Initiative

Public lands in Montana will become free of commercial and recreational traps, if an initiative approved by the Attorney General’s office qualifies for the November 2016 general election and is approved by a majority of voters. The Secretary of Sta...

 

A Journey With The Yellowstone In Missouri River Territory

Agates are another lower Yellowstone River attraction. Millions of years ago, volcanoes ruled Montana east of the mountains. Powerful eruptions of molten lava and ash covered and destroyed hundreds...

 

Governor Bullock Declares State Disaster after Damaging Winds in Glendive

Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order declaring a state disaster to exist in Glendive, and authorized the expenditure of funds to assist in the community’s recovery and repairs to public infrastructure. “A severe storm with damaging...

 

Dalrymple, Williston-area Officials Celebrate Bypass Completion

Gov. Jack Dalrymple today joined state and local officials to celebrate the completion of the third and final phase of Williston’s permanent truck reliever route. The 13-mile-long bypass is designed to divert regional truck traffic around the...

 

Dry Conditions Causes Yields To Be Lower Than Average In MT And ND"

Montana: Due to the heat and drought during the flowering period, pea yield is low in some areas of Montana,” states Chengci Chen, Ph.D. of EARC, Montana State University. “Some farmers only...

 

Agricultural Manager Russ Fullmer Retires After 30 Years In The Sugar Beet Industry

Russ Fullmer, who has worked as the Agricultural Manager for Sidney Sugars since 1999, is retiring after 30 years in the sugar beet industry. Fullmer began working at the Sidney factory in 1985 as an...

 

2015 Roundup Harvest Festival Beet Decorating Contest

Once again, the kids who entered The Roundup's Beet Decorating contest showed great originality and skill. Judging took place October 7 at Neu's Super Valu in Fairview. Thank you very much to Neu's...

 

Consider Reconditioning Too-dry Soybeans and Other Grain

Warm, dry weather can result in soybeans being too dry at harvest. “The soybeans lose weight and become brittle, increasing the potential for handling damage when they are too dry,” North Dakota State University Extension Service agricultural...

 

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