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Articles from the May 14, 2014 edition

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 By Jessie Veeder    News    May 14, 2014

Watford City Hosts 'One Book Dakota' Project

In a joint effort with the South Dakota Humanities Council and the 125th Anniversary Committees from the states of North and South Dakota, the North Dakota Humanities Council will commemorate the...

 

Community Champion

The 2014 Adult Community Champion of the Quarter Award was presented to Ryan Bell of Sidney by Richland Co. Sheriff Brad Baisch at the Rau Elementary Spring Progam on May 8. Pictured is Bell (left)...

 

Meadowlark Brewery to Hold Fundraiser for Foundation

Meadowlark Brewery, in conjunction with the Foundation For Community Care is offering a limited, exclusive tour of their eagerly anticipated location opening. A $100 donation to the Foundation's...

 
 By Shane Homiston    News    May 14, 2014

Montana-Dakota Advises Customers to be Wary of Telephone Scam Regarding Utility Service

Montana-Dakota Utilities is warning its customers about a utility scam that has hit parts of our service territory, including the Watford City and Williston area. People have been receiving calls from someone who states that if you do not pay your...

 
 By Tammy Pederson    News    May 14, 2014

3rd Annual Sherry's Softball Tourney June 14

Sherry’s 3rd Annual Softball Tournament will soon be here. It will be held Saturday, June 14, 2014 at South Meadow Softball Complex. This event is open to all ages. Prizes will be awarded throughout the day. Entry fee is $100/team. I invite you to...

 

Anna Elletson, 86, Billings, MT

Memorial services for Anna Elletson, 86, of Billings (formerly of Sidney, MT) will be at 2 p.m., Thursday, May 15, at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church in Sidney, MT, with Pastor David Huskamp officiating. Interment of her cremains will follow...

 
 By Ross Hall    Sports    May 14, 2014

Sidney Pole Vaulting Team Featured in "Vaulter" Magazine

The Sidney High School Track Team, specifically the Pole Vault participants, and Pole Vaulting coach Steve Yockim, are on the cover and singled out in a story in the May, 2014 issue of “VAULTER” magazine. In it’s lead-in, the magazine states:...

 

Summer Workshop Schedule for Educators

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has set its summer schedule of conservation workshops for educators. National Archery in the Schools – June 3-4, Bismarck. Workshop participants are provided the fundamentals to teach archery in grades...

 

Thank You

The family of Kirstin Wiseman would like to thank everyone for all the flowers, cards, food and support including FCCLA, Key Club, Blue Rock Dist. Co., Sidney High School students, staff, and choir, also Central, West Side, and Middle School,...

 
 By Jim Rickman    News    May 14, 2014

Montana Newspaper Association/Montana PBS to Sponsor U. S. House and Senate Debates

The Montana Newspaper Association and Montana PBS have joined together to sponsor the first United States Senate and United States House of Representatives candidate debates of the political season. The debates will be held in the Library Auditorium...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    Sports    May 14, 2014

Risinger to Compete at State Special Olympics Meet

After winning gold medals in the 100 meter run, bowling, standing long jump and the tennis ball throw at the regional Special Olympics in Miles City, Dean Risinger of Fairview is excited about competi...

 
 By Ronda Welnel    News    May 14, 2014

Special Event Volunteers and Alcohol Liability

With the summer season fast approaching, area communities are beginning to plan their festivals, fairs, and fundraisers. With many of these special events alcohol is sold and served by volunteers and as a volunteer many of you may not be aware that...

 

One Text or Call Could Wreck it All

With the increasing demands on our personal and professional time we are all looking for a way to do it all. Multitasking seems to be the answer in so many cases. But it should never be an option when operating a vehicle. One of the most alarming...

 

Williston Market Now Pickup Location for Costco Purchases

Farley’s Market (www.FarleysMarket.com) opened it’s online marketplace, loaded with thousands of Costco products, to residence of Williston and surrounding cities in Montana and North Dakota. Farley’s Market gives consumers online access to Cos...

 
 By Tim Fine    Sports    May 14, 2014

Annual Sidney Duathlon June 7

The Richland County run and bike club will be hosting the Sidney Duathlon on Saturday, June 7. The duathlon will consist of a 5k run-10k bike-and an additional 5k run. This Run-Bike-Run will start at...

 
 By Martin Twer    News    May 14, 2014

Natural Resources Youth Camp Recruits Youth for 28th Year

Youth, ages 14-18, are invited to spend a week this summer learning about natural resources through a series of hands-on experiences in Montana’s outdoors. For over 25 years, the Montana Natural Resources Youth Camp (MNRYC) has provided a safe and...

 

Sidney To Host 2015 State Class A Golf Tournament

The Montana High School Activities Association announced that Sidney High School and the Sidney Country Club have been awarded the Montana State Class A Championship Golf Tournament which will be contested on October 2nd and 3rd in 2015.  This...

 
 By Libby Knotts    News    May 14, 2014

All Welcome on Local Native Plant Society Summer Field Trips

The Maka Flora Chapter of the Montana Native Plant Society has planned four field trips for 2014. If you enjoy the outdoors, have an interest in plants, like to hike or are just curious about trying something new, plan to attend some of these...

 
 By Nicole Hackley    News    May 14, 2014

Great Class for Parents with Young Children

The Richland County Family Resource Center is offering a parenting class for parents with young children, titled 1,2,3,4 Parents! This parenting class is designed for parents with children ages one to four years old, as well as professionals that...

 
 By Andrea Helling    Energy    May 14, 2014

Walsh Introduces New Bill to Authorize Keystone XL Pipeline and Reform Infrastructure Approval

Senator John Walsh today introduced legislation to authorize the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline and reform approval of future infrastructure projects to prevent the President from unilaterally stopping projects from moving forward....

 

How the West was Really Won

Rau Elementary School held their spring program on May 8 entitled "How the West was Really Won."...

 

Goin' for the Big Ones

The North Dakota paddlefishing season is in full swing. The season runs through the end of May; but might be cut short if harvest limits are reached. The Montana paddlefish season begins May 15....

 

Renew Boat Registration Online

The State Game and Fish Department is urging boat owners who have yet to renew their registration for 2014, to use the agency’s online renewal system to speed up processing time. Due to a high volume of registrations coming in as boat owners...

 

Important Reminder for Boat Owners

One glance at a lake or river and you already notice several boats on the water. With that mind, boat owners are reminded that properly-fitted life jackets should be worn and not used as a comfortable seat cushion. North Dakota Game and Fish...

 
 By Michael Damm    News    May 14, 2014

USDA Announces $78 Million Available for Local Food Enterprises, Historic Investment Will Support Entire Local Food Supply Chain

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA is making a historic $78 million investment in local and regional food systems, including food hubs, farmers markets, aggregation and processing facilities, distribution services, and other...

 

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