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Canning, Pickling, Preserving OH MY!

As the summer draws to a close and harvesting season is upon us; canning, pickling, and preserving season is here too. The number one priority when preserving your harvest is the safety of the finished product by destroying any bacteria, and molds...

 

R&L Fusion Versus Geraldine/Highwood

R&L Fusion hosted a football game in Lambert on Friday, August 30, against Geraldine/Highwood. Final Score was 68 -12 with R&L taking the victory (photos submitted by Jill Thiessen...

 

Sidney Chamber Leadership Class Participants Grow to Fifteen

The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that this year’s leadership program will feature 15 participants. The class will include JD Mulkey of Stockman Bank, Jackie Miller of Interstate Engineering, Shay Steinbeisser of...

 

4-H Members to Participate in Rich. Co. Fair and Rodeo

The 2018-2019 4-H year, thus far, has been an amazing experience for the 216 4-H members and 119 adult volunteers in the 10 active 4-H clubs in Richland County. 4-H focuses on growing confident, capable and caring youth through science, citizenship...

 
 By Jaymi Loobey    Sports    July 10, 2019

Can-Am Bowl XXIII Practice Held June 30 In Lambert

On June 30, 2019 twenty different high school football players from Montana, Wyoming, Texas and Nebraska came to Lambert, Montana to practice and enjoy the events of the 4th. Then, July 5, they...

 

MonDak 4th Of July Events

The MonDak region has something to offer for everyone this 4th of July season, from parades and barbeques, to pies and fireworks. Bainville Start 4th of July celebrations early with Bainville,...

 

Three Buttes 4-H Makes Flowers For May-Day

The Three Buttes 4-H Club made Hershey kiss flowers for a May-Day project to give away to locals around Lambert. Although the original design was by Lacey, many more flower designs were created by...

 

Richland County Sheriff's Office Proudly Serves the Community

The Richland County Sheriff's Office serves an area of 2103 square miles, including the unincorporated towns of Crane, Savage and Lambert. They also work closely with the Police Departments in...

 

Recycling, Sidewalks, Environmental Education Discussed During PACE-EH Assessment

As scheduled, Thursday, March 21 at 5:30 p.m., ARC or the Active Richland County action group held a PACE-EH assessment at the Mainstay Suites in Sidney, Montana. Attendees told the group the...

 

Community Member Input Needed for Environmental Health Assessment

Active Richland County (ARC), a Communities in Action group, is facilitating four community focus groups as part of the PACE-Environmental Health Assessment. The focus group meetings are a forum for residents to identify needs and concerns of our...

 

Community Member Input Needed for Environmental Health Assessment

Active Richland County (ARC), a Communities in Action group, is facilitating four community focus groups as part of the PACE-Environmental Health Assessment. The focus group meetings are a forum for residents to identify needs and concerns of our...

 

Montana FFA Holds District Competition

FFA students from all over the district converged in Sidney Monday for day long competitions. Floriculture took place at St. Matthews multi purpose center. Hinsdale advisor Patti Armbrister explained...

 

Fellowship Food Pantry Helping Those In Need

Since 2008, the congregation of Fellowship Baptist Church in Sidney, Montana has been helping those in need of food through the Fellowship Food Pantry. Now, the people and businesses of Sidney and the...

 

Richland County Transportation Needs Your Feedback

Richland County Transportation is asking county residents to help them determine the direction of their service by filling out a quick survey. The service is twelve years old and has grown and changed a lot. The question is whether the existing plan...

 

Sidney Health Center Welcomes First Baby of 2019

Sidney, MT – Sawyer Duane Buckles was the first baby born at Sidney Health Center in 2019. Eileen Lambert and Morris Buckles of Poplar welcomed their baby boy on January 1 at 6:51 p.m. He weighed 8...

 

Regency Acres Angus Ranch

Located in the hills south of Lambert, MT, Regency Acres is a registered black Angus ranch owned and operated by Russ and Jill Thiessen, along with daughter Téa and son Tyler. Russ is the...

 

Area High School Students Invited to New Year's Eve Party

The Fairview Community Foundation is hosting a DJ dance and social New Year’s Eve party at the Richland County Event Center on Monday, December 31 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. for all area high school students. All students from Fairview, Sidney, Savage,...

 

Sidney School District Continues to Grow and Improve

2018 has been a productive year for Sidney Public Schools. Several facility improvements, educational enhancements, updates, and other changes have come along for the benefit of the students, staff, a...

 

Richland County Transportation Needs Your Feedback

Richland County Transportation is asking county residents to help them determine the direction of their service by filling out a quick survey. The service is twelve years old and has grown and changed a lot. The question is whether the existing plan...

 

Area High School Students Invited to New Year's Eve Party

The Fairview Community Foundation is hosting a DJ dance and social New Year’s Eve party at the Richland County Event Center on Monday, December 31 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. for all area high school students. All students from Fairview, Sidney, Savage,...

 

R & L Topped by Jordan

The Richey-Lambert Fusion had a heartbreaking loss to the Jordan Mustangs in the semi-final round of the Montana 6-man football play offs. Jordan beat R&L in Lambert on Nov. 10 by a score of 50 -...

 

Update: R&L Fusion Football Semi-Final Playoff Game Location

As of Tuesday morning on November 6th, we received an update from Richey High School that the R&L Fusion vs. Jordan Mustangs football semi-finals playoff game to be held Saturday, November 10th at...

 

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