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Adaptability Grant Helps Eastern Montana Youth Club Stay Safe, Sanitized

Sidney – A Montana Business Adaptability Grant recently helped ease the financial burden providing a safe COVID-free facility for eastern Montana youth. "We are cleaning constantly," said Elaine...

 

Sirens Seductively Calling

I have always loved baked goods. Especially as a youth, I could never resist any tempting concoction placed in front of me. Pastries, cream horns, cream puffs, pie, chocolate cookies laden with coconut and nuts; you name it. If it wasn’t good for...

 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, In 2019 State Senator Steven Hinebaugh voted NO on Hanna’s Act HB 21, which provided for a specialist with the Department of Justice to coordinate efforts between local, state, Federal, and tribal authorities in missing persons cases,...

 

MonDak Area Suicide Awareness Walks/Runs To Be Held Throughout Sept. 

The month of September is National Suicide Prevention Month, so in order to shed light on this national health problem, the MonDak region will be putting on several different suicide awareness walks/runs throughout the month.  The first event in...

 

Gordon Herbert Berndt, 95 Williston, ND formerly of Fairview, MT

Gordon Berndt, 95, Williston, ND, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 23, 2020 in Billings, MT. A private/virtual ceremony is planned for the near future in Sidney with burial to be in Sidney Cemetery....

 

Representative Joel Krautter Honored for His Community Mental Health Work

At the close of its inaugural Mental Health Conference the week of Sept. 14, Disability Rights Montana will be recognizing Representative Joel Krautter for his work during his freshman legislative session in 2019. During that session, Rep. Krautter...

 

Active Parenting First Five Years Class Available

Sidney, MT – MSU Extension Richland County and Parenting Montana are offering Active Parenting Classes. Whether you’re a first-time parent or juggling a household, the first five years of your child’s life are extremely important. Active...

 

Missing Juvenile (Updated September 9, 2020)

(Updated Wednesday, September 9) On September 5, 2020 at about 1:05 pm the Richland County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a missing swimmer in the Yellowstone River about a mile south from...

 

MDT Launches Poplar Roundabouts Online Exhibit

Poplar, MT – This week, the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) launched an online exhibit online open house to provide the community of Poplar more information about the benefits of roundabouts in Poplar and to educate residents about...

 

Hunting: A Family Tradition for the Thiels

Chuck Thiel comes from a long line of hound hunters. His family has been raising and hunting with hound dogs for over 80 years!  "My dad was a hound guy, and so was my grandpa and great-grandpa,"...

 

Flattening The Curve On Chronic Wasting Disease

It's cool this morning. There is a different feel to the air. The days are slowly getting shorter, my bird dogs are getting restless and I am listening for that first bugle of a bull elk down in the...

 

Montana FWP Offering Free Online Courses For Hunter Bowhunter Education Students

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is offering online hunter and bowhunter education courses this year in response to social distancing requirements and restrictions on group gatherings related to COVID-19. To take the online hunter education courses,...

 

Local Conservation Key to Big Goals

As Montana hunters and anglers, we know a lot about restoring wildlife and habitat through solid conservation efforts. We've been doing it for over a century and those decades of conservation work...

 

Montana FWP Taking Comment On 2021 Fishing Regulation Proposals

FWP is accepting comment on proposed fishing regulations for 2021. The department has 20 proposed changes for 2021, with most changes involving minor corrections and clarifications to avoid confusion and inadvertent violations.  One larger-scale...

 

MSU Extension To Offer New Agriculture Business Development Course On Direct Marketing Meat

Bozeman - Montana State University Extension, in conjunction with Oregon State University, will offer a new agriculture business development course on direct marketing meat. The Western Meat School, Montana Edition, is an online or hybrid learning...

 

MSU's Virtual Celebrate Agriculture Weekend Scheduled For Nov. 13-14

Bozeman - Celebrate Agriculture, an annual weekend-long event held each year by Montana State University’s College of Agriculture, has been scheduled to take place virtually Friday, Nov. 13, and Saturday, Nov. 14. The weekend, which celebrated...

 

Letter to the Editor

Dear neighbors, It’s summer in Richland County. Like you, my days are filled with sunburns, hard work, and spending time outside with loved ones. However, as your local librarian, there is one pressing topic that I would like to visit about with...

 

MSU Beef Specialist Honored For Extension Work

Bozeman - A Montana State University Extension specialist has been recognized for her outstanding community engagement efforts and youth programming by the American Society of Animal Science....

 

Farm Bureau Supports Meat Packing Acts To Help State Agriculture

The Montana Farm Bureau applauds Congressman Gianforte (R-MT) for his co-sponsoring of two important bills for livestock producers: The Requiring Assistance to Meat Processors for Upgrading Plants (RAMP-UP Act) and the Direct Interstate Retail Exempt...

 

US Census Important Remember To File

Sept. 30 is the deadline to file for the US Census. It is crucial that Richland County residents and all Montanans take part in the process. Montana’s self-response rate to the 2020 Census is only...

 

Public Meeting Notice: Montana Oilseed Advisory Committee Listening Session

Helena, MT – The Montana Oilseed Advisory Committee will hold a virtual listening session on Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 10 a.m. The listening session gives growers and stakeholders the opportunity to provide input regarding a proposed referendum,...

 

District Court Deals Blow to Montana's "Truth in Labeling" Law

On April 14 political action committee (PAC), Doctors for a Healthy Montana, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against MT Attorney General Tim Fox and Commissioner of Political Practices (COPP) Jeffery Mangan. The group claims the statute cited...

 

USDA Stands Up New Team To Better Serve Beginning Montana Farmers/Ranchers

Bozeman - U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is standing up a new team that will lead a department-wide effort focused on serving beginning farmers and ranchers. To institutionalize support for beginning farmers and ranchers and to build upon...

 
 By Lauren Lewis    News    August 26, 2020

Montana's Application For "Lost Wage Assistance" Funds Approved

Helena – The Montana Department of Labor & Industry (DLI) announced that the United States Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) has approved Montana’s application for the Lost Wages Assistance Payments grant. This grant allows DLI...

 

Some Surplus Licenses Available Aug. 25 For Sale Over The Counter

The remaining Deer B and Elk B licenses left over from the new surplus list opportunities has become available Tuesday morning, Aug. 25 as over-the-counter sales (OTC). Purchases can be made at any license provider as well as online at:...

 

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