Articles from the November 7, 2012 edition

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Margies Car Wash To Open In Sidney

Margies Car Wash, a state-of-the-art touchless car wash, will be open by Thanksgiving. Located next to Nick Jones Real Estate on the truck route, the facility will be open 24/7 and well lit with 24...

 

Watford City Parade of Lights Coming Up

The Watford City Chamber of Commerce is “Celebrating a Storybook Christmas” this year for the Parade of Lights. They are looking for floats to participate in the parade, to make it fantastic this year. The theme for this year’s parade is, “Wa...

 

“The People’s Celebration” Nov. 8

A number of area USDA agencies and programs, along with local land grant colleges and historical organizations (Eastern Ag Research Center, Richland County Extension and the MonDak Heritage Center) have joined together for celebration at the...

 

Bridge Lighting Nov. 17

The Fairview Chamber of Commerce and Friends of the Fairview Bridge will hold their annual Bridge Lighting and Fireworks on Saturday, November 17 at Sundheim Park. Large lighted ornaments, generators and help are all needed to continue this awesome...

 

A Fistful Of Hollers:  A Murder Mystery in the Old West This Saturday

Roosevelt Memorial Healthcare Foundation, a Montana not-for-profit organization with a mission to ensure the continuance of quality local healthcare, will hold its annual fundraiser on Saturday, November 10, 2012 at 6:00 p.m.  The fundraiser will...

 

New Face at The Roundup

There is a new face here at the Roundup. She goes by the name Ashley Harris, and will now be writing articles for The Roundup. Harris moved here, to the city of Sidney, almost exactly 5 years ago. Sin...

 

Trading Post Adds Fine Art

The Trading Post, 111 East Main, Sidney has added fine art to their always evolving and expanding inventory. Included in the offerings are 2 Bev Doolittle prints: “Guardian Spirits” and “Two Bea...

 

Rau Student of the Month

Rau School would like to announce Caitlin Cole, daughter of Ty and Lynn Cole, as their student of the quarter. Caitlin always has a positive attitude and is a great example to the other students at...

 

Guy Melby Speaks at University of Minnesota

Sidney High School wrestling coach, Guy Melby, recently was a guest speaker at the University of Minnesota for a coaches clinic held October 26th at the Bierman Field Athletic Building in...

 

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,...

 
 By Becky Hayes    News    November 7, 2012

Library Astronomy Presentation Postponed

The astronomy presentation on “Size and Scope of the Universe” scheduled for November 9th at 7pm has been POSTPONED due to Hurricane Sandy.  Our presenter, Dr. Kevin Manning, lives on Long Island, and his home and car were damaged by the...

 
 By Katie Haase    News    November 7, 2012

Turkey Trot

Sidney High School Cross Country is hosting this Black Friday event for all ages. There will be a 1K kids run for 6th grade or lower, a 3K walk, and a 5K run. All races will start and finish at Sidney High School. Date: November 23rd, 2012 Address:...

 

Patricia Cayko, 70, Fairview, MT

Memorial service for Patricia “Pat” Cayko, 70, of Fairview, MT was at 2:00 p.m. Friday, November 2, 2012 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Fairview, MT with Pastor Roberta Pierce officiating. Cremation has taken place. Remembrances and condolences...

 

John Pojorlie, 86, Grassy Butte, ND

Funeral service for John Pojorlie, 86 of Grassy Butte, ND, is 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at the First Lutheran Church of Watford City, with Pastors Jay Reinke and Rob Favortie officiating. Interment will be in the Community Cemetery in...

 

Keller Benefit Nov. 17

Friends of Edgar and Tracy Keller are hosting a benefit slushburger feed and silent auction Saturday, November 17 from 6-9 p.m. at the VFW in Sidney. The Keller’s unborn son, Grant, has multiple tumors in his right lung which will require major...

 

Shepard of the Valley Fall Bazaar and Bake Sale

Saturday, November 10, 2012, the Shepherd of the Valley Church, located 211 East Holly, Sidney, will be holding a fall bazaar and bake sale from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. There will also be soup, sandwiches, pie, coffee, baked goods & gift baskets offered...

 

Lutherans and Catholics of Eastern MT Potluck

Lutherans and Catholics of Eastern Montana gathered in Pella Lutheran’s new hospitality center for a potluck supper, devotions and a presentation by Pastor Paul Seastrand ELC of Lewistown, ”What has kept Lutherans and Catholics apart over the...

 

Acreage Reporting Deadline Approaching for Fall Seeded Crops

Farmers and ranchers in North Dakota are reminded that USDA’s Farm Service Agency has new acreage reporting deadlines for the coming crop year.  Producers must report fall seeded crops and perennial forage, which comprises grass, hay, alfalfa,...

 
 By Leslie Messer    News    November 7, 2012

Revolving Loan Fund Award

Richland Economic Development is pleased to announce that the Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) committee has awarded its ninth loan for the development of infrastructure for Ilene’s Place Mobile Home Park...

 

Sage Grouse Season Ends, Antelope Season Closes Nov. 11

Montana’s sage grouse hunting season ended Thursday, Nov. 1, but upland game bird hunters can pursue mountain grouse, sharp-tailed grouse, partridge, ring-necked pheasant and wild turkey through Jan. 1, 2013. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds...

 

Happy Hunter

Blane Lawrence shows off his buck which he shot south of Sidney using a 22-250. Blane is 12 and this is his first year hunting. He also loves to hunt birds. (Submitted by Lindsey L...

 

Okaidja and Shokoto to Perform Nov. 8

The Northeastern Arts Network Presents the Music and Drumming of Okaidja and Shokoto on Thursday, November 8th at 7:00 pm as part of their Big Sky Concert Series. Okaidja takes his audiences on a...

 

Junior Catholic Daughters at Crestwood

Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Mother Cabrini #1766 from St. Matthew’s  shared songs and delicious pies with the residents of Crestwood Inn in Sidney.  The Juniors led by Lynette...

 

Sportsmen Against Hunger

Eight years ago, the Sportsmen Against Hunger program was started in North Dakota by the North Dakota Community Action Partnership (NDCAP) after assessing the state’s needs. What they found was...

 

Deer Hunters Should Stay Off Early Ice

North Dakota’s deer gun season opens Nov. 9 at noon, and State Game and Fish Department officials are cautioning deer hunters to be wary of where they hunt. Late-season weather conditions can quickly cause North Dakota’s small and mid-sized water...

 

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