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Protecting Montana From Attacks On Our Health Care

“I am a cancer survivor, as is my 22 year old son. It is frightening to think that both of us may be uninsurable in the future if this trend continues.” That is a portion of the letter I recently received from a Montanan named Karen. Karen wrote...

 

The Long Road To LYIP Victory

It's been a long and frustrating road for the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project and federal agencies attempting to save the endangered pallid sturgeon while maintaining reliable irrigation water...

 

Richland County Commissioners Reflect On The LYIP Victory

The Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project, which diverts water from the Yellowstone River to nearby thirsty farms along the river that need irrigation to grow profitable crops, is made possible by the...

 

Montana-Dakota Beet Growers Association Happy with Court Ruling on Intake Project

Kjeld Jonsson, a Savage area beet farmer and current president of the Montana-Dakota Beet Growers Association, is glad to forge forward following the July court ruling in favor of local farmers....

 
 By Jaymi Loobey    News    August 15, 2018

Cell Phone Scam Targeting Local Residents

A new scam has hit unsuspecting Sidney area residents. According to Jo Ellen Bartels FedEx delivered a brand new iPhone to her home address. Jo Ellen's husband was home and accepted and signed for...

 

Lone Tree Gun Show This Weekend

One of the most popular events in the MonDak, the Lone Tree Gun Show, will take place August 17-19, 2018 at the Richland County Event Center in Sidney. Hours for the show are 5-8 pm Friday; 9am – 6pm Saturday and 10am – 3pm Sunday. Admission is o...

 

Northeastern Arts Network Big Sky Series Announced

The Northeastern Arts Network is pleased to present the 2018-19 Big Sky Concert Series to our community .This year's series features exciting live theatre and a kaleidoscope of musical entertainment...

 

Health Officials Offer Tips During Smoky Conditions

Montana’s air quality has worsened this week due to fires burning in Oregon and California. State public health officials urge people across the state to take precautions as the potential for poor air quality reaches unhealthy levels in the coming...

 

First Confirmed Equine Case of West Nile Virus in Montana for 2018

Helena, MT – The Montana Department of Livestock has received the first reported cases of equine West Nile Virus in Montana for 2018 in Musselshell and Lake Counties. This follows detection of the virus in mosquito surveillance pools from Cascade,...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    August 15, 2018

Tester Chief Of Staff Visits Sidney Sugars

Senator Jon Tester sent his Chief of Staff, Aaron Murphy, to Sidney on August 9 for a brief meeting and tour of the Sidney Sugar Plant. Murphy was received by Sidney Sugars General Manager, David...

 

MT Block Management Program Information Available Aug. 10

Hunters will be able to obtain 2018 Block Management Area information from the Block Management page of the FWP website and in FWP regional offices beginning at 8 a.m. on Aug. 10. Guides also will be shipped this week to those who have already...

 

Lone Tree Gun Show Aug. 17-19

One of the most popular events in the MonDak, the Lone Tree Gun Show, will take place August 17-19, 2018 at the Richland County Event Center in Sidney. Hours for the show are 5-8 pm Friday; 9am – 6p...

 

Low-Interest Loans Available for North Dakota Ag Producers Impacted by Natural Disasters

FARGO, N.D, - North Dakota agricultural producers who lost property due to recent natural disasters may be eligible for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) physical loss loans. The Farm Service Agency (FSA) offers these low-interest loans for...

 

Updated MSU Extension Publication On Noxious Weed Identification Now Available For Mobile Devices

BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension has updated its publication on noxious weed identification, "Montana's Noxious Weeds," making the information available for the first time as an...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    August 8, 2018

Doug Kaercher, Candidate For Public Service Commissioner, Visits Sidney

Among the many fairgoers at the annual Richland County Fair was Doug Kaercher, the Havre native who is running for Public Service Commissioner in District I. Kaercher, who has served as the Havre...

 

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...

 

Register Now for Economic Update

The Economic Update Series is expanding, with stops in Glasgow and Sidney being added this year! In keeping with one of the main objectives of Envision 2026 (the 10-year strategic plan of the Montana Chamber of Commerce), we’re focusing 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 be talks on topics such as grassland songbirds, oil development on...

 
 By MT FWP    Outdoors    August 1, 2018

Be Safe On Montana's Waters This Summer

As the summer heats up, boaters, floaters and swimmers are hitting the water to cool down. Montana’s many rivers, lakes and reservoirs offer fun recreational opportunities like swimming, boating and floating, but it’s important to remember to be...

 

Native American Pow Wow Hosted By Northern Plains Oyate Will Be The Featured During Indian Arts Showcase

Native American music, dancing, and culture are part of this year’s annual Indian Arts Showcase at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site. The Native American group, Northern Plains Oyate will be hosting a traditional pow wow this Saturday...

 

HIV Infection Among Montana Injection Drug Users On The Rise

State and local public health officials have seen an increasing number of HIV diagnoses among persons who report injection drug use. During the first six months of 2018, 11 new cases of HIV infection were investigated by public health officials....

 

Spent Lime Beneficial in Combatting Low pH Soils, Improving Overall Tilth

Dryland growers in the MonDak area can take advantage of a program through Sidney Sugars to test the benefits of spent lime on their fields. The lime and loading at the factory yard are free. In the...

 

MSU Faculty See Troubling Soil Acidity Levels In Montana Agricultural Lands

Montana State University scientists are seeing increased soil acidity, meaning low pH, in parts of the state and are urging farmers to keep an eye on their plants and soils to avoid lower crop yields and even crop failure. Clain Jones, a soil...

 

Montana Youth Range Camp

Montana Youth Range Camp was held in Eastern Montana July 9-12, 2018 and hosted by Dawson and Richland County Conservation Districts. Twenty two of Montana's finest youth gathered at the Eastern...

 

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