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Articles from the November 14, 2012 edition

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Mondak Area Stockgrowers Annual Meeting November 19

Mondak Area Stockgrowers will hold its annual meeting and dinner Monday, November 19 at the Sidney Country Club . The social takes place at 5:30p.m. folowed by a beef entre dinner prepared by ‘The Fringe’. Ms. Jude Capper will present,...

 

It’s A Charlie Brown Christmas In 2012

The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture announces the 2012 Christmas Stroll and Parade of Lights will be the day after Thanksgiving, November 23rd. Chosen as the theme this year is “It’s A Charlie Brown Christmas”. The Chamber invit...

 

Kiwanis Has Coats!

No child has to be cold this winter. The Sidney Kiwanis Club has coats, hats, mittens and boots for children who need them. Just call or visit the Edward Jones, Nick Lonski, office at 611A S. Central Ave., Sidney, or call them at 406-433-3600....

 

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...

 

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...

 

USDA 150th Birthday Celebration Held

“The People’s Celebration” for the 150th Birthday of the USDA was held the evening of Thursday, Nov. 8th. The celebration included informational booths, speakers, a dinner, and an award...

 

Fairview Warriors State Bound

The Fairview High School Football team will be playing for the State Championship this Saturday, November 17th, at 1PM in Superior. Fairview is 11-0 for the season and ranked 1st in the state. Tune in to 95.1 to hear live broadcast of the Fairview...

 

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...

 

Turkey Trot Planned for November 23rd

The Sidney High School Cross Country team is hosting a Turkey Trot for all ages on November 23rd. There will be a 1k kids run for 6th grade and lower, a 3k walk, and a 5k run. All races will begin and finish at Sidney High School. Registration forms...

 

Gordon Sanders, 85 formerly of Sidney, MT & Savage, MT

Gordon Sanders passed away November 2nd at the VA home in Glendive, MT. No services are planned until spring in Geraldine, MT....

 

Christmas Big Bucks Ready

Elk River Printing “Santas” display the Christmas Big Bucks that are hot off the press. Pictured left to right are Karen Boehler, April Boehler and Patti Tornabeni. The Christmas Big Bucks...

 

Tractor & Equipment Plans Major Expansion

Tractor & Equipment Co. is pleased to announce the purchase of 50 acres of property in the Bakken Industrial Park north of Williston on Highway 2. The property will be the future home to a full service T&E The Cat Rental Store rental center providing...

 

Watford City Places 2nd in Region 8

The Watford City volleyball team lost to Ray in the Region championship in New Town on Nov. 8. The Wolves defeated the Stanley Blue Jays 17-25, 25-23, 25-18 and 25-20 in the semifinal...

 

West Side School Holds Book Fair November 14 - 16

Sidney Elementary School will have its annual Book Fair, Nov. 14 - 16, 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. 14 and 3 - 7:30 PM Thursday,...

 

Thank You

The Sidney Public School’s Activities Office would like to express its thanks and gratitude to all the members of the Community, and the members of the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce, that worked so hard in the past few weeks in the City of...

 

Public Notification of Sex Offenders Residing In McKenzie Co.

Mr. Samuel Robert Medina is a Sex Offender in the State of Montana. Mr. Medina resides at 104 14th St NW Lot 1, Watford City, ND. 58854, first Motor Home on Right hand Side as you enter the...

 

New FCS Agent at the Richland County Extension Office

The Richland County MSU Extension office announced that they have hired a new Family and Consumer Sciences agent. Ludmila Keller, graduate of Binghamton University, had been hoping to get an...

 

America Recycles Day

Fellow  Montanans, This November 15 will be the 15th anniversary of America Recycles Day!  This day is an opportunity to recognize the daily decision we can all make to save energy and resources by recycling resources back into our economy....

 

Okaidja & Shokoto Performs in Sidney

Okaidja & Shokoto provided an energetic evening of entertainment last Thursday at the Sidney Middle School. The mixture of song, dance and drums, along with a question and answer session, provided...

 
 By ND FWP    Outdoors    November 14, 2012

Mule Deer Production Remains Low

Aerial observations during the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s fall mule deer survey indicated production in 2012 was about the same as last year’s record low. Biologists who accompanied pilots in fixed-wing planes counted 1,224 (1,055...

 

First Year Hunter

First year hunter Jace Johnson shot this 5x5 mule deer south of Sidney using a .243 rifle....

 
 By Dan Janes    News    November 14, 2012

Burke, Divide Counties Designated as Primary Natural Disaster Areas

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has designated Burke and Divide counties in northwest North Dakota as primary natural disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by the recent drought. The complete list of primary natural disaster areas...

 

Maximize Your Pivot $$$ Irrigation Workshop

This past growing season came with several issues for growers from getting the crop planted in dry conditions to quality issues then having again dry conditions. Crop rotation and diversity are considerations producers must think about to while manag...

 

January 15 is New Deadline for Pheasant Release Applications

Montana landowners interested in raising and releasing ring-necked pheasants next year have until Jan. 15, 2013 to submit an application to the state wildlife agency. This new application deadline is among several recommendations made by a...

 

MSU Soil Expert Offers Fertilizing Advice For Drought-Affected Farms

The extremely dry conditions in much of Montana may affect how producers manage nutrients for crop production next year, according to a Montana State University Extension soil expert. There are a few recommended differences between nutrient managemen...

 

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