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 News    April 24, 2019 

Friends Of Reynolds Program

F.T. Reynolds Co. has just completed another quarter of the Friends of Reynolds (FOR) program. Each quarter the five Reynolds Market stores donate a percentage back of the total purchases made by the...

 

Major Legislation Of Session Heading Towards Finish Line

The past week saw the legislature send several pieces of major legislation, representing this session's major policy debates, to the Governor's desk for approval. The legislature gave final approval...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 24, 2019 

Public Service Commissioner Opposes HB411

Randy Pinocci, the recently elected Public Service Commissioner for District 1 (which includes Richland County and much of Eastern Montana), has some strong opinions about HB411, which he feels is...

 

MSU Professor Wins National Award For Weed Research

BOZEMAN - In recognition of his contributions to society's understanding of weeds and weed control, a Montana State University researcher has won a national award from the Weed Science Society of...

 

Montana Hemp Farmers Can Now Purchase Seeds in Time for Growing Season After Tester Push

(Big Sandy, Mont.)—U.S. Senator Jon Tester delivered good news to Montana hemp farmers, *“There is no more red tape keeping farmers from growing hemp in Montana.” Tester successfully forced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to issue...

 

State Lands Bill Receives Strong Bi-Partisan Support

It doesn’t appear the legislature will meet their goal of concluding by Good Friday. With a few big ticket items still being negotiated, like Medicaid expansion, legislators will report for duty April 23rd after a short Easter recess. There are a...

 

Support For Permanent Tax Deduction Critical For Agriculture

Farm and ranch owners are urging their Congressional delegations to support S. 1149, the Main Street Tax Certainty Act, sponsored by Senator Steve Daines, R-MT. This important legislation will make permanent the Section 199A qualified business...

 

North Dakota Paddlefish Snagging Season Opens May 1

North Dakota's 2019 paddlefish snagging season opens May 1 and is scheduled to continue through May 21. However, depending on the overall harvest, an early in-season closure may occur with a 24-hour n...

 

Young Animals In Spring: If You Care, Please Leave Them There

(HELENA) - Each spring, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife. FWP advises against this practice for several reasons....

 

Spring Road Trip: Forida to Montana in Four Days

Searching for fun this spring season? Why not a road trip across the country? Last week I did just that with my father. My dad was in Cape Coral, FL visiting relatives and I flew down to drive him...

 
 By Jody Wells    News    April 17, 2019

Hinds Pleads Not Guilty

Sasha Marie Hinds appeared before Judge Katherine M. Bidegaray in the 7th Judicial District Court in Sidney on April 15. Hinds entered a plea of not guilty to the charges of Deliberate Homicide and...

 

Local Brewer at Brewfest

Dennis Moore, co-owner of 1035 Brewery and Tap Room in Sidney, said it has been a dream of his to be part of the Bakken Brew Fest. That dream will come true during the eighth annual Bakken Brew Fest...

 
 By Jaymi Loobey    News    April 17, 2019

Congregation Returning To Lonsdale United Methodist Church Easter Sunday

On April 21, Easter Sunday, after almost ten months of being out of the Lonsdale United Methodist Church building, the congregation will finally be returning. The People's Congregational Church was...

 

Legislative Report

Greetings from Helena. I hope everyone is enjoying spring. We have finished Legislative Day 77. There is still talk that we might finish before the allotted 90 days. Time will tell. One of the bills we passed out of Judiciary Committee and the Senate...

 

Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change in MT

Friday, April 5 was the final Brown Bagger of the season. Dr. Bruce Maxwell from Montana Institute of Ecosystems came and spoke on Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change in Montana. His talk...

 

Sidney-Richland County Library Closed April 9-13

 (SIDNEY, MT) --- The Sidney-Richland County Library will be closed Tuesday, April 9 through Saturday April 13. Staff will be attending the annual statewide library conference in Helena. The Montana Library Association Conference provides critical...

 

Letter to the Editor: Legislature Enters Final Month

The past two weeks have been some of the biggest weeks in the House during the session. Contentious bills we took up in the House included Representative Buttrey’s Medicaid Reform and Integrity...

 

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...

 

Let's Fight Childhood Hunger

Have you ever been so hungry you could eat a cow? Or heard your stomach rumbling because you haven't eaten in a couple of hours? According to the Official State Website, an average of one out of five...

 

Kicking Off Kick Butts Day In Savage

Jacklyn Damm, Tobacco Prevention Specialist at the Richland County Health Department will be presenting Kick Butts Day hosted by Savage Junior High and High School on April 11. As an annual celebration of youth leadership and activism in the fight ag...

 

National Work Zone Awareness Week April 8th – 12th

Helena, Montana - Governor Steve Bullock has recognized April 8th – 12th as "National Work Zone Awareness Week" in Montana in remembrance of Jeffrey Dyekman, Billings District Project Engineer, who...

 

Letter To The Editor: Legislative Bill HB 710

I will never forget the day I learned the cost of my husband’s new medication: $9,000 per month, totaling $108,000 per year. Panic set in as we wondered how we would pay. We researched alternatives. There weren’t any, even though the drug has...

 

Local Brewer at Brewfest

Dennis Moore, co-owner of 1035 Brewery and Tap Room in Sidney, said it has been a dream of his to be part of the Bakken Brew Fest. That dream will come true during the eighth annual Bakken Brew Fest a...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 3, 2019

Emergency Management Making the Best of Yellowstone Flooding

The recent flooding of the Yellowstone River has been the worst in memory for many in Richland County, Montana and McKenzie County, North Dakota. With roads shut down due to flooding and residents sti...

 

ARS Brownbagger Looks At Agricultural Adaptation To Climate Change In Montana

As climate change continues to influence Montana rangelands, crops and livestock, as well as pollinators, diseases, pests and weeds, scientists continue to look for ways farmers, ranchers and land managers can adapt to those changes. Dr. Bruce...

 

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