Articles from the November 13, 2013 edition


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  • State, County Officials Seek Information in Case of Missing Sidney Woman

    Anastasia Burton|Nov 13, 2013

    On February 14, 2013, Nicole Waller left Fairview, Montana to return home to her three young children in Kalispell. When Waller, 32, didn't return, family members reported her missing; Waller's vehicle, a maroon 1999 Ford Expedition, was eventually found on the side of Highway 2 outside of Poplar. Although an extensive search was conducted, Waller was never found. Nearly ten months later, Waller has still not been located, and investigators are asking anyone with information to contact them....

  • Sidney Lions Selling Christmas Wreaths

    Nov 13, 2013

    Sidney Lions Club will again be selling fresh Christmas wreaths door to door Nov. 25-27and will be at Reynolds Market and IGA from 4-6 p.m. on these days. Orders will also be taken by calling Libby at 489-1072, please leave a message with your name and address if no answer. Two sizes available this year, small for $20 and large $40....

  • Shops at Fox Run To Open November 19

    Dianne Swanson|Nov 13, 2013

    The Shops At Fox Run on North Central Ave. Sidney will be open for business Tuesday, November 19, with a ribbon cutting at 10 a.m. Both Reynolds Market and ElectricLand will be welcoming customers to their new locations. It has been a relatively quick process from the feasibility study started in February of 2012, to completion. According to John Reynolds, president and COB of Reynolds Corporation, Steven Miner, president of Associated Foods' wholly owned subsidiary Market Development, steered...

  • Wheat Evolution Talk at ARS 50th Celebration; Participants can do DNA Extraction at Event

    Beth Redlin|Nov 13, 2013

    Large scientific concepts like evolution and molecular biology (DNA) may seem far removed from our everyday lives, but in agricultural research those ideas have become invaluable tools in the scientist’s arsenal. And not just high tech tools harnessed in the modern age, but everyday tools that have been used for more than a century. Come discover the secrets of evolution and DNA this Thursday (Nov 14) at 7 pm in the first of two special, family-friendly talks planned by the USDA-ARS Northern Plains Agricultural Research Laboratory (NPARL) in S...

  • Montana Energy Forum

    Dianne Swanson|Nov 13, 2013

    The Montana Energy Forum held in Sidney last Wednesday and Thursday brought oil and gas development interests from Manitoba, Canada together with local businesses and officials. The group toured the area and visited various facilities connected to the oil field. They also had the opportunity to meet with representatives from local businesses and discuss mutual benefits of doing business together. At the luncheon held on Wednesday, local veterans and their spouses were special guests and were...

  • Grand Opening & Ribbon Cutting

    Nov 13, 2013

    Teddy's Residential Suites and Little Missouri Inn & Suites held a grand opening and ribbon cutting in Watford City on November 5. They also held a luxury items silent auction to benefit Watford City's first responders. In the center cutting the ribbon are Project Managers Brett and Trish Erdmann, owners Kirk Wold and Tammy Wilson, Carmen and Carol Wold. (Photo by Kathy Taylor)...

  • Lewis Keith Green, 77, Alexander, ND

    Nov 13, 2013

    Lewis Keith Green, 77, of Alexander, died at home under the care of Hospice, on November 4th with wife Ann by his side. His Funeral Service was held at 11:00 AM on Friday, November 8th, 2013 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Alexander. Rev. Kevin Beard officiated and interment where followed at Camp Creek Cemetery, rural Alexander. In lieu of flowers or memorials, Keith's family prefers that donations be given to the Mercy Hospice program, 115 2nd Ave West, St 50, Williston, ND or the Mondak Humane...

  • Nina Verhasselt, 79 Sidney, MT

    Nov 13, 2013

    Memorial services for Nina Verhasselt were at 11 a.m., Monday, November 11, 2013 at Pella Lutheran Church of Sidney, MT with Pastor George Karres officiating. Interment of Cremains will be in Sidney Cemetery. Nina passed away in Tonasket, Washington after a short illness....

  • Sidney Tendo Tae Kwon Do Students Place in Billings

    Nov 13, 2013

    Two members of the Sidney Tendo Tae Kwon Do school traveled to Billings on Saturday, November 9th to participate in the 1st Annual Skookum Tournament. This was a multi sport event held at the Pavilion in the Metra Complex. Samual Stephenson, in the 11 to 12 year old green belt division placed 2nd in forms and 3rd in sparring. Sarah Turek in the 15 to 17 year old black belt division placed 2nd in forms and 2nd in sparring....

  • SHS Mandatory Meeting of all Students

    Nov 13, 2013

    There will be a mandatory meeting of all students, and their parents or guardians, who are planning to try out to participate on the Sidney High Basketball or Wrestling teams at the Sidney High School Gymnasium at 7:00 pm on Monday, November 18th . Tryout, practice, and season rules and expectations will be co vered, and individual team meetings with the coaches will also take place at this time. Any questions can be directed to the Sidney Activities Office at 433-2330....

  • Building in Richland County

    Kyle Osborne|Nov 13, 2013

    This is the second of a series of building articles to provide information that relates to the land use requirements and regulations. More information can be found at www.richland.org or for assistance contact the Building Inspection Office at 115 2nd ST SE, Sidney, MT 59270 or call (406) 433-2809 What are permits and why do I need one? Permits are the way Richland County keeps track of construction. This is to ensure that all construction in the county is safe. The safety of the occupants of buildings is the primary reason for having construct...

  • West Side School Book Fair Nov. 20-22

    Dawn Greenwood|Nov 13, 2013

    West Side Elementary School will have its annual Book Fair, Nov. 20-22, at the West Side School Library, 1100 5th Street SW. The Book Fair will be open during regular school hours, as well as from 3-6 PM Wednesday, Nov. 20, and 3-7:30 PM Thursday, Nov. 21. The fair ends at 10:00 AM Friday. This reading event will offer students, parents and teachers the opportunity to see the latest works by popular authors and illustrators of books for children. Along with winners of state and national awards, the Book Fair will present hundreds of titles...

  • Bless the Needy in 14 Countries Around the World – by Shopping

    Lynn Sloan|Nov 13, 2013

    This Christmas, shoppers in Richland County have the opportunity to bless two people with one gift. While offering unique artistic gifts, each purchase provides hope and honorable income for disabled orphans, refugees, impoverished villagers or victims of sex trafficking and prostitution. Thanks to Mercy Market and their local volunteers, a collection of jewelry, scarves, Christmas decorations, specialty coffees and assorted handcrafted items from 27 international partners will be on display this Saturday, Nov. 16th, at Fairview High School...

  • Glendive Triangular Wrestling Meet Results

    Nov 13, 2013

    The Sidney Middle School wrestlers opened their season on Saturday, Nov. 9th. They competed in Glendive at a mix & match with Glendive, Circle, and Miles City. There were no team scores. The wrestling results were as follows: Christian Dean 75# - 3-0 Everett Jensen 85# - 2-2 Jaret Aisenbrey 90# - 4-0 Jace Winter 100# - 0-2 Jett Jones 105# - 2-1 Kelton Lefors 110# - 3-0 Jace Johnson - 120# - 1-1 Riley Chatterton - 125# - 1-1 Trenton Lambert - 130# - 1-2 Carson Alen 130# - 2-2 Ryan Wyman - 140# - 1-1 Sawyor Thorgerson 160# - 1-1 Keelan Geiser...

  • Shop Small in Sidney November 30

    Wade VanEvery|Nov 13, 2013

    Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses across the country. Founded by American Express in 2010, this day is celebrated every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. This year, Small Business Satur-day is on November 30th. The Trade Promotion Committee has chosen to promote Sidney stores on this day, and will replace the Christmas Stroll the day after Thanksgiving. The traditional Parade of Lights will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29. A scavenger hunt contest through the retail stores is being planned...

  • Davey Joins Stockman Bank as SVP, Commercial Lending

    Emily Houska|Nov 13, 2013

    Tom Davey has joined Stockman Bank as senior vice president, commercial lending manager of Stockman Bank Sidney. His responsibilities include overseeing the commercial loan department at the Sidney branch, developing and servicing commercial loans, and assisting clients with their lending and credit needs. Davey brings over 28 years of banking experience to the position, which includes overseeing bank operations, commercial real estate lending, credit analysis and business development. He most...

  • DPHHS Confirms First Influenza Cases Of The Season in Gallatin and Flathead Counties

    Jon Ebelt|Nov 13, 2013

    The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) has confirmed the first influenza cases of the season in Gallatin and Flathead Counties. Both counties are reporting two cases each. Public health officials say that these first cases are a great reminder for the public to get vaccinated against influenza as soon as possible. State, tribal and local public health authorities indicate vaccine is widely available and recommend taking advantage of the vaccine. “Even if you received the vaccine last year, you should still get vaccinated t...

  • Watford City Volleyball

    Nov 13, 2013

    Watford City's Kara Langerud #2, spikes the ball past two Trinity Christian Defenders in the District 15 Championship Match Thursday in Watford City. (Photo by Kathy Taylor)...

  • Sidney Wrestling

    Nov 13, 2013

    The Sidney Junior High season opening triangular meet in Glendive was held Saturday, November 9. Teams that participated were the home team Glendive, Sidney, Miles City and Circle. Pictured is Everett Jensen working on a half nelson on a Miles City wrestler. (Photo by Kari Jones)...

  • Savage Wins Again in Playoffs

    Nov 13, 2013

  • District 15 Volleyball Champions

    Nov 13, 2013

    After a first round Bye in the District 15 Tournament, the Watford City Wolves defeated Trenton 3-0 in the Semifinals and Trinity Christian 3-1 for a first place finish. The Regional Tournament will be held in Tioga November 11, 12 and 14. (Photos by Kathy Taylor) Senior Athlete Amanda Mogen was voted Region 15 Player of the Year and Coach Nancy Deutsch, Region 15 Coach of the Year. Lady Wolves receiving awards from District 15 were Amanda Mogen and Tori Hopkins, All Tournament and All Region...

  • Happy 100th to the Bridge!!

    Nov 13, 2013

    Reprinted from the Cartwight History Book: Cartwright can boast of the only railroad tunnel in North Dakota. In the summer of 1911, the Great Northern Railroad started to build the tunnel by the Yellowstone River. This was one structure that was begun at the top instead of the bottom. The top half was put through first. It was put through by hand with the aid of dynamite. The dirt was hauled out with one horse and a small car on rails. The horse had a syrup pail with a lighted candle in it, fast...

  • Slawson Exploration Contributes To Housing Incentive Fund

    Sarah Mudder|Nov 13, 2013

    Slawson Exploration, a privately held oil and gas exploration company, made a $300,000 contribution to the North Dakota Housing Incentive Fund (HIF) in October. “Our employees are our greatest resource, and we make every effort to provide them with a satisfying, rewarding, and well-compensated career,” said R. Todd Slawson, president of Slawson Exploration. “We are interested in them not only professionally, but personally as well, so providing decent housing is a priority for us. They work hard and deserve a good home for themselves and their...

  • Beartooth Front Residents Don't Want Another Bakken

    Larry Winslow|Nov 13, 2013

    More than 850 people have already signed a petition against plans announced Thursday by Energy Corporation of America to develop oil and gas leases around Roscoe, Red Lodge, and the Big Horn Basin of Montana and Wyoming. Northern Plains Resource Council and its affiliate Carbon County Resource Council are poised to resist the drilling plans developers say would have the impacts of the Bakken oil field in North Dakota and Montana and “fundamentally change these areas the way it has changed other areas of the United States.” Many residents along...

  • Nice Buck

    Nov 13, 2013

    Chase Lambert, age 12, from Culbertson Mont. with his first buck ever! Chase is the son of Cory and Jennifer Lambert. The 4x4 mule deer was shot south of Popular....

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