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National Exhibit Opening At North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum

Nov. 21, the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum in Bismarck will debut Green Revolution, an eco-friendly exhibit with a minimal carbon footprint. Green Revolution addresses critical issues concerning the future health of our planet. This...

 

Montana Farm Bureau Proud Of MSU College Of Agriculture Listing

The Montana Farm Bureau is proud to learn Montana State University College of Agriculture has been named one of the four best colleges for studying agriculture by the online service, Campus Explorer. According to Campus Explorer, MSU’s College of...

 

Wells Waiting On Completion Top 1,000

WILLISTON, N.D., - The number of drilled oil wells in North Dakota continue to climb as producers delay turning on over 1,000 unfracked wells in hopes of oil prices recovering. The daily output in...

 

Sidney Football All-Conference and All-State Honors for 2015

Chris Wick received Honorable Mention all-conference wide receiver. Tel Hermanson received honorable mention all-conference quarterback. Quinn McGlothlin received honorable mention all-conference...

 

Stockman Bank Displays Boys & Girls Club Tree

Stockman Bank in Sidney has decorated their huge Christmas tree with beautiful ornaments made by children at the Boys and Girls Club of Richland County. On the back of each ornament is an item that...

 

Results are in for the Purple Pumpkin Decorating Contest!

Richland County Family Planning, Richland County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and Victim Witness Advocate Program celebrated October by hosting a pumpkin decorating contest to raise awareness...

 
 By WORC    News    November 25, 2015

Western States Struggle With Wave Of Oil And Gas Radioactive Waste

BILLINGS, Mont. — State governments across the West fail to protect citizens and the environment from a tide of the oil and gas industry’s byproduct, radioactive waste, according to a report by the Western Organization of Resource Councils (WORC)...

 

County Agent Update

During the winter months, especially in western North Dakota, one of few options ranchers have for feed is grass. During the summer months they wait until the right time, start to middle of July, to...

 

Results from Speech & Drama Competition In Miles City

SHS Speech, Drama & Debate competed at CCHS in Miles City this past weekend. Drama finished 2nd in Class A Sweeps. Drama results: Dramatic Solo: 2nd place Kyle Topp Humorous Solo: 3rd place...

 

Sidney Middle School Wrestling Forsyth Tourney Results

Sidney Middle School wrestlers traveled to Forsyth for their first tournament of the year. The team placed second behind Miles City by two points. The following are individual placers: #75A – Kolby...

 

Sidney Gymnastics Club Held Its Annual "Fun Meet" Gymnastics Competition On Sat., Nov. 21

Gymnasts ranging from Level 1 to Level 9 participated in a competition with a "no pressure" atmosphere. This meet is designed as a tune up for the more serious competitions down the road. Competing...

 

Take a Christmas Stroll in Sidney Saturday, November 28

The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has a fantastic afternoon and evening of fun planned for Saturday, November 28. Take advantage of fantastic sales all over town, visit with your...

 

4 Ways to Spread Cheer and Save Your Wallet this Holiday Season

(BPT) - The holiday season is often dubbed “the most wonderful time of the year,” but for many Americans, it can be an incredibly stressful time financially. The National Retail Federation predicts a 4.1 percent increase in sales this year, with...

 

Be a Responsible Host

The winter holidays are a time to enjoy the company of family, friends, and co-workers. Whether you are planning a dinner, informal gathering, or holiday party, your job as host is very important. Your many responsibilities include planning the...

 

The Parade of Trees on Display at the MonDak Heritage Center

It is that time of year again, and the Parade of Trees is being hosted by the MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave South, lending its festive display to Sidney’s local museum through December 7th....

 

Tree Ornaments Reservoirs of Holidays Past

I can't understand people who each year purchase a tree already decorated in one theme or another, all coordinated and cutesy. They place this tree with its meaningless ornaments somewhere in their...

 

How to be a Great Holiday Guest and Host

(BPT) - The holiday season is chaotic enough without the added stress of entertaining. Whether you open your house to family and friends, or attend parties hosted by others this season, these tips will help you keep tensions low and stomachs full...

 

Bust Holiday-Hosting Stress with These 5 Smart Party-Planning Tactics

(BPT) - When it comes to holiday get-togethers, no mood-killer is worse than a stressed-out host or hostess. Your guests may be willing to brave snowy roads, low temperatures and the fruitcake they know you’ll serve, but if you’re too frantic to...

 

Must-have Home Tech Makes Holiday Entertaining Brighter

(BPT) - Good times with loved ones are an important part of the holidays, so it’s understandable if you want everyone to put down their smartphones and turn off the TV while you’re sharing a holiday meal. But you can “tech the halls” to help...

 

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