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Disease Pathogens Of Corn Discussion Nov. 1 In Culbertson

At 2 pm, on November 1st, 2018, MSU Extension in Roosevelt County will be hosting Dr. Frankie Crutcher, plant pathologist from MSU Eastern Agriculture Research Center, to discuss disease pathogens of corn. The presentations will be held at the...

 

Disease Pathogens Of Corn Discussion Nov. 1 In Culbertson

At 2 pm, on November 1st, 2018, MSU Extension in Roosevelt County will be hosting Dr. Frankie Crutcher, plant pathologist from MSU Eastern Agriculture Research Center, to discuss disease pathogens of corn. The presentations will be held at the...

 

Montana Author Uses Superhero Books to Teach Kindness, Creativity

Montana author Ryan Acra is amidst a book tour for his book series, Sugarbeet Falls, teaching kindness and creativity to students both across Montana and the nation. The Sugarbeet Falls book series...

 

Beet Crop Looking Very Good

The sugar beet leaves are starting to turn yellow as the plants mature and growers and Sidney Sugars gear up for this year's harvest. Early harvest will start September 10 at the Sugar Valley (Fairvie...

 

Montana Range Tour To Highlight Recovery From Flood And Fire, Energy Development On Rangeland

The 2018 Montana Range Tour will feature a great lineup of ranches and farms showcasing conservation projects and creative solutions to common ranching issues; there will also be talks on topics such as grassland songbirds, oil development on...

 

Rangelands Intern Researches Ranching in Eastern MT

Abby Northrup had not planned to be where she is today when she started MSU Bozeman. She grew up in Helena, Montana. She had participated in 4H, but not with large animals. Her grandfather had bred...

 

Montana Range Tour To Highlight Recovery From Flood And Fire, Energy Development On Rangeland

The 2018 Montana Range Tour will feature a great lineup of ranches and farms showcasing conservation projects and creative solutions to common ranching issues; there will also be talks on topics such as grassland songbirds, oil development on...

 

Montana Range Tour To Highlight Recovery From Flood And Fire, Energy Development On Rangeland

The 2018 Montana Range Tour will feature a great lineup of ranches and farms showcasing conservation projects and creative solutions to common ranching issues; there will also talks on topics such as grassland songbirds, oil development on grazing...

 
 By Erin Poland    Sports    July 25, 2018

Big Muddy Baseball Team Plays in Regional Tournament

Big Muddy baseball team from Culbertson went 6-0 at the East State tournament and became 2018 10U East State Champions, earned the State Sportsmanship Award and represented eastern Montana at the...

 

Florence Dorothy Krueger, 91, Culbertson, MT

Memorial services for Florence Dorothy Krueger, 91, of Culbertson, MT will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, July 28 at Senior Citizens Center in Culbertson, MT. Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home of Sidney has been entrusted with the arrangements....

 
 By Erin Poland    Sports    July 18, 2018

Results of the 10U East State Cal Ripkin Baseball Tournament in Manhattan, MT, July 5-8

Big Muddy went 6-0 at the tournament, became 2018 10U East State Champions, earned the State Sportsmanship Award and will represent eastern Montana at the Pacific Northwest Regional Tournament in...

 

2018 MonDak Field Days Approaching

Williston, Sidney, and Froid have held annual Field Day Tours for many years to showcase their involvement and research with agriculture. The primary purpose of Field Days is to inform and make the...

 
 By Beth Redlin    News    June 13, 2018

Dryland Field Days set for June 19 and 21 in Sidney and Froid

Area producers have two opportunities in June to learn more about dryland agricultural research being done in this region including work on intercropping, renovating CRP monocultures, new cereal...

 

2018 Mondak Field Days Approaching

Williston, Sidney, and Froid have held annual Field Day Tours for many years to showcase their involvement and research with agriculture. The primary purpose of Field Days is to inform and make the...

 
 By Lois Stephens    News    May 16, 2018

Studio and Gallery Offers Unique Shopping Experience

Septuagenarian Edward Anklam has recently opened a truly unique business establishment in Culbertson. Open for business for the past month, Anklam's Studio and Gallery on Culbertson's main street offe...

 

Coach D's 21st Annual Hi-Line Hoop Camps

It is just about time to register for the Hi Line Hoop Camps. Hi-Line Hoop Camps are instructed by Bill Dreikosen, head Men’s Basketball Coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings MT. The Hi-Line Hoop Camps will be at Culbertson School on June 4...

 

Roosevelt Medical Center EMS Responders Answer the Call

Sirens squeal. Adrenaline rushes. An ambulance races to the accident scene. Status of those involved? Unknown. For an emergency medical responder, it's just part of a typical day. When a situation is...

 

Elk's Awards Grant to RMC EMS

Emergency medical services volunteers from Roosevelt Medical Center in Culbertson, were presented with a check for nearly $2,200 from members of the Sidney Elks Lodge #1782 on March 22, as part of...

 

Roosevelt Medical Center Set to Host: Zoe & Friends

After settling in as Roosevelt Medical Center’s newest provider, Zoe Fugere, FNP, will take part in her first community awareness event where she will discuss the issue of addiction. “We will think beyond drugs and alcohol and also consider...

 

Roosevelt Medical Center Set to Host: Zoe & Friends

After settling in as Roosevelt Medical Center’s newest provider, Zoe Fugere, FNP, will take part in her first community awareness event where she will discuss the issue of addiction. “We will think beyond drugs and alcohol and also consider...

 

Benefit Fundraiser Planned for Neal Stromberg Feb. 11

A fundraiser has been planned for Neal Stromberg and his wife Audrey, former residents of Plentywood. Neal was diagnosed with leukemia in late September and has since been undergoing treatment at the University of Minnesota. His recovery is expected...

 

Roosevelt Medical Center's "Change 4 Change" Project Returns to Local Schools

Pennies can make a difference! But, toss in a few silver coins, and it can really add up fast. That’s exactly what Roosevelt Medical Center is counting on during their Change 4 Change Project, formally known as the Lost Penny Days Project. The...

 

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