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 By Jessie Veeder    News    December 2, 2020 

Art In Business In Watford City Through Dec. 24

The Long X Arts Foundation is combining the arts with small business this holiday season as it hosts its first ever Art in business Event. The foundation has partnered with area Watford City Main Stre...

 

Events Celebrating Cowboy Christmas Planned At Chateau De Morès Interpretive Center

Medora, ND - The public is invited to celebrate Medora’s Old Fashioned Cowboy Christmas Dec. 4-5 at Chateau de Morès State Historic Site, Medora. Held in conjunction with events in the Medora community, visitors can participate in a gingerbread...

 

North Dakota USDA Service Centers Open For Business By Phone Appointment Only

Fargo, ND - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is temporarily restricting in-person visits for USDA Service Centers in North Dakota because of elevated rates of coronavirus community spread, but USDA employees will continue to assist...

 

Edward Wallace Hall, 96, Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Wallace Hall, 96, Sidney, MT, are at 1 p.m. (MST) Friday, Nov. 27, 2020 at Faith Alliance Church, Sidney, MT with Pastor Paul Turek officiating. Interment will take place in...

 

Watford City Student Advances To Nice Idea Showcase

Madison Namanny, Watford City High School, has been selected as one of five finalist teams to showcase their ideas during ND Innovation Day. Led by Kalsey Kronberg, students have been learning creativity, problem-solving and entrepreneurial thinking...

 

Plymouth Rock and Relatives

The Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620 traded newfound religious freedom for harsh living conditions, being unprepared for the bitter winters of New England. The Plymouth historical organization reports that two or three people died each...

 

Edward Wallace Hall, 96, Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Wallace Hall, 96, of Sidney, MT, are at 1:00 PM (MST) Friday, November 27, 2020 at Faith Alliance Church in Sidney, MT with Pastor Paul Turek officiating. Interment will take...

 

"Voices of Dakota Prairie" Comes To Watford City Nov. 22

"Voices of Dakota Prairie," an original play about the first homesteaders in North Dakota, comes to Watford City Nov. 22. An original play that tells the story of the first North Dakotans, in their...

 

McKenzie County Community Foundation (MCCF) Awards Grants

The McKenzie County Community Foundation gave out $8,400 in grants this month. Recipients were: Bio Girls Project, Long X Arts Foundation, Badlands Gymnastics Club, Lifeguard Training Equipment,...

 

Burgum Announces New Requirements For Businesses, Gatherings And Masks, Delays Winter Activities To Slow Spread Of COVID-19

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum announced several mitigation measures aimed at slowing the accelerating spread of COVID-19 in North Dakota in order to protect the vulnerable, ensure hospital capacity and keep schools and the economy open....

 

Deer Mortality Caused By EHD Allows Whitetail Hunters To Seek Refunds

Based on continuing reports of white-tailed deer mortality in western North Dakota caused by epizootic hemorrhagic disease, the state Game and Fish Department is allowing hunters with whitetail licenses in units 3D1, 3D2, 3E1, 3E2, 3F1, 3F2, 4A, 4B,...

 

Hunters Encouraged to Have Deer Tested for CWD

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2020 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease from units in the western third of the state. Samples from hunter-harvested...

 

Two Area Sugar Beet Growers Inducted Into Sidney Sugars 20/20 Club

Bryce Jorgensen: Bryce Jorgensen, Savage, averaged 29 tons per acre and 20.09% sugar. "I was very pleased that I made it in the 20/20 club. Sugar beet farming is a risky business and profit margins...

 

Two Area Sugar Beet Growers Inducted Into Sidney Sugars 20/20 Club

Bryce Jorgensen: Bryce Jorgensen, Savage, averaged 29 tons per acre and 20.09% sugar. "I was very pleased that I made it in the 20/20 club. Sugar beet farming is a risky business and profit margins...

 

North Dakota Department Of Health Takes Action To Prioritize Faster Results On COVID-19 Tests Adjusts Contact Tracing Process

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) has announced changes to the state’s contact tracing process to more quickly notify individuals who test positive for COVID-19. North Dakota added 400 contact tracers...

 

Ruth Nichols, 89, Sidney, MT

Graveside services for Ruth Nichols, 89, Sidney MT, were held at 2:30 p.m. (MST) Saturday, Oct.17, 2020 at Klempel Homestead Cemetery with Pastor Mike Backhaus officiating under the care of the...

 

Burgum Announces Changes To County Risk Levels, Recommended Gathering Sizes To Slow COVID-19

Bismarck - With active COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in North Dakota, Gov. Doug Burgum has announced updates to the ND Smart Restart guidelines to help reverse the trend and reduce the spread of coronavirus in communities.  “We can better...

 

Young Sidney Sugars Agriculturists Work Hard To Ensure Harvest Runs Smoothly

During the busy time of harvest, Agriculturists at Sidney Sugars Inc. work extra hard to help ensure that things are running smoothly at area beet receiving stations. Two of the newest agriculturists...

 

Patricia (Patti) Ann Browne, 69, Fairview, MT

Patricia (Patti) Ann Browne, 69, was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 9, 1951 to Beverly (Schanning) and John Helm. She was the oldest of five children, and graduated from Bay View High School...

 

North Dakota Department of Health Takes Action to Prioritize Faster Results on COVID-19 Tests

Gov. Doug Burgum and the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) today announced changes to the state’s contact tracing process to more quickly notify individuals who test positive for COVID-19. North Dakota added 400 contact tracers and case...

 

Carlson Counseling Center LLC In Sidney Now Open

Charlotte Carlson MS, LCPC recently opened Carlson Counseling Center LLC in Sidney. She is a Sidney native. Carlson has ten plus years of experience in mental health counseling that has included...

 

Burgum Announces Changes To County Risk Levels, Recommended Gathering Sizes To Slow COVID-19

Oct. 14 - Bismarck - With active COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in North Dakota, Gov. Doug Burgum today announced updates to the ND Smart Restart guidelines to help reverse the trend and reduce the spread of coronavirus in communities.  “We...

 

Oliver, McKenzie County Teams Win 4-H Range Judging Contest

The Oliver County 4-H range judging team placed first in the senior division of the North Dakota 4-H and FFA range judging contest at Center. Team members are Breanna Hosman, Hebron; Olivia Klein,...

 

Keep Palmer Amaranth From Spreading

North Dakota producers need to be vigilant about keeping Palmer amaranth, a particular noxious weed, off their land, according to North Dakota State University Extension specialists. This weed has...

 

Oliver, McKenzie County Teams Win 4-H Range Judging Contest

The Oliver County 4-H range judging team placed first in the senior division of the North Dakota 4-H and FFA range judging contest at Center. Team members are Breanna Hosman, Hebron; Olivia Klein, Max, and Reanna Schmidt, Katie Frank, Breanna...

 

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