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  • Savage Takes Second Place At Divisional Meet

    May 22, 2024

    The Savage Warriors accounted for 84.5 points to take second place in the girls' division during the Eastern C divisional track meet held in Wolf Point on Thursday. Scobey's girls' topped the field with 118 points. Saco placed third with 83 points. In the boys' division, Lustre Christian earned top honors with 97 points followed by Plentywood with 81 and Scobey with 80. Savage took ninth place with 28 points. Brooke Reuter was a triple winner for Savage's girls. The senior finished first in the...

  • Fusion Advance During Divisional Track Meet

    May 22, 2024

    The Fusion struck for 36 points in the girls' division and eight points in the boys' division during the Eastern C divisional track meet in Wolf Point on Thursday. Jolee Klempel won the divisional title in the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 16.59 seconds. The freshman placed third in the 300-meter hurdles at 47.53 seconds, fourth in the shot put at 32-3 and fifth in the high jump by clearing 4-10. Brynne Hill placed third in the triple jump with a mark of 34-1. The 400-meter relay team...

  • Fusion Score At 2C Meet

    May 15, 2024

    The Richey/Lambert Fusion scored 66 points in the girls' division for fifth place at the District 2-C track meet held in Lambert on May 7. The Fusion scored two points in the boys' division. Jolee Klempel enjoyed an outstanding meet despite the cold and rainy weather conditions. Klempel finished first in both the 100-meter hurdles at 16.34 seconds and 300-meter hurdles at 49.36 seconds. The freshman placed second in the shot put at 31-7 and cleared 4-10 for third in the high jump....

  • Neu Wins Season Opener

    May 15, 2024

    Williston Basin Speedway Opening Night/Band Day Racing Results, May 11 IMCA Hobby Stocks A Feature 1 1st Place: Ethan Neu, Fairview, MT, 51E 2nd Place: Taylor Heaton, Baker, MT, 11H 3rd Place: Kyler Satran, Minot, ND, 22 4th Place: Connor Hansen, Torquay, SK, 15 5th Place: Tim Anderson, Minot, ND, 44 6th Place: Kruz Wilson, Manor, SK, 27JR 7th Place: Aiden Paul, Dickinson, ND, 27A 8th Place: Brennor Grinstead, Stanley, ND, 51X 9th Place: Dawson Reese, Williston, ND, 13R 10th Place: Shawn...

  • Bruce Keysor

    May 8, 2024

    A Celebration of Life will be held for Bruce C. Keysor on May 18, at 11 a.m. at the Richey Senior Center....

  • Fairview Piles Up Points At Home Track Meet

    May 8, 2024

    Fairview's boys' track team took first place and Fairview's girls placed second at the Fairview Invitational held on Wednesday, May 1. The Warriors accounted for 97 points for top honors in the boys' division. Richardton/Taylor took second with 80 and Savage was third with 69 points. In the girls' division, Richardton/Taylor earned first with 102 points followed by Fairview with 92 and Richey/Lambert with 77 points. Fairview's Deacon Gackle earned first in the discus with a best of 148-4. Both o...

  • Fusion Score At Fairview Track Meet

    May 8, 2024

    The Richey/Lambert Fusion earned 77 points in the girls' division for third place at the Fairview Invitational on May 1. Richey/Lambert scored 12 points in the boys' division. Jolee Klempel was a triple-winner for Richey/Lambert's girls. The freshman took first in the 200 at 27.49 seconds, first in the 100-meter hurdles at 16.98 seconds and first in the shot put at 34-0. She cleared 4-10 for third place in the high jump. Brynne Hill, a sophomore, also enjoyed a strong meet. She placed second in...

  • Area Events

    May 8, 2024

    Events in Sidney unless otherwise listed. MT. Fri., May 10 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. - Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class Hosts Sunrise City Cleanup - Check in at Veterans Memorial Park. Volunteer for 1 hour or the entire morning. Multiple time slots available. To register text the word “Volunteer” to 406-206-7988. 1-9 p.m. - Women’s Wellness Collective - All ages welcome until 5 p.m.; remaining hours for 21+. Free to the public. Includes vendors showcasing wellness-oriented businesses with offerings that can improve the quality of life...

  • Area Teams Score Well At Richey/Lambert Meet

    May 1, 2024

    Savage and Fairview were each near the top of the team standings during the Richey/Lambert track meet held in Lambert on Thursday. Savage's girls tied with Saco on top of the team standings with 69 points each. Plentywood was third with 66 points while Richey/Lambert placed fourth with 57.5 points. Fairview took sixth with 53 points. In the boys' division, Plentywood won with 79 points while Fairview earned second with 69 points. Savage was fourth with 45 points. Richey/Lambert's boys scored...

  • Track Athletes Place At Sidney Invitational

    Bill Vander Weele|Apr 24, 2024

    Richland County track athletes enjoyed success during the Sidney Invitational, which featured more than 600 students, on Saturday. Sidney's boys placed fourth in the team standings with 42 points while Sidney's girls tied for seventh place with 23 points. Williston won both the boys' and girls' titles. Sidney's Daniel Stevens cleared 13-6 for top honors in the boys' pole vault. Chace Waters had a solid meet as the senior placed second in the shot put at 44-10 and fifth in the discus at 133-6....

  • Area Players Shine During Pepsi 2C All-Star Game

    Bill Vander Weele|Apr 17, 2024

    White rolled to a 123-88 victory in the boys' portion of the Pepsi District 2C All-Star basketball game in Lambert on Tuesday. White jumped out to a 16-5 advantage with the scoring of Bainville's Charles Butikofer and Froid/Lake's Mason Dethman leading the attack. The play of Dethman, who was selected the game's most valuable player, highlighted action throughout the half. Two dunks by Dethman led White to a 71-37 half-time command. A three-pointer by Savage's Sayer Erickson and a short jumper...

  • Sidney Health Center Hosts Healthcare Career Exploration Day

    Toni Zieske|Apr 10, 2024

    Twenty-one area high school students participated in a Healthcare Career Exploration Day at Sidney Health Center last week. This event is designed to provide participants with a firsthand experience of the diverse opportunities available in healthcare. It was a great day of learning and opportunity with department leaders across the organization sharing details of their professions and showcase the exciting advancements in medical technology. Students from Sidney, Savage, Fairview, Richey and...

  • Richey Public Schools 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

    Mar 27, 2024

    “A”Honor Roll Senior: Ryan Eggert, Kyla Pattinasarany, Taylor Gossen, Kiera Strohm. Junior: Mason Hagwood, Erin Kelly, Kally Strohm, James Head, Daniel Reitz. Sophomore: Jacqueline Barnhart, Lina Smith, Jade Batchelor Meroun Hillol, Adilyn Elverud. 8th Grade: Izak Veverka , Cameron Keller. 7th Grade: Jamin Smith. 6th Grade: Kaito Smith, Morgan Murrell 5th Grade: Lyvia Ulrich, Aubrey Winhofer. “B” Honor Roll Junior: Austin Veverka, Gus Klempel. Freshman: Jade Boese Robbins 8th Grade: Travis Batchelor, Denver L’Heureux, Olivia Winhofer....

  • MSU Hometown Graduates Spring 2024

    MSU News Service|Feb 28, 2024

    BOZEMAN — Montana State University awarded 813 undergraduate degrees and164 graduate degrees during its 139th commencement ceremonies held Dec. 15 at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse. A list of the graduates follows: Haley Olson**, Richey; Riley Thiessen **, Sidney; Hanna Skov*, Allyson Young, Fairview; and Noah Nickoloff, Culbertson. Students with two asterisks after their names (**) graduated with highest honors, having earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.7. Undergraduate students graduating with honors — a cumulative GPA between 3.25 and 3.6...

  • MHSA 2024 District 2C Basketball Tournament

    Feb 21, 2024

    The MHSA 2024 District 2C Basketball Tournament was held in Sidney Feb. 13-17. MHSA 2024 District 2C Basketball Tournament Results Girls Game 1 Bainville def. Brockton 61-30 Girls Game 2 Plentywood def. Culbertson 58-20 Girls Game 3 Savage def. Froid/Lake 38-34 Girls Game 4 Richey/Lambert def. Mon-Dak 47-45 Girls Game 5 Bainville def. Savage 44-35 Girls Game 6 Plentywood def. Richey/Lambert 46-40 Girls Game 7 Froid/Lake def. Brockton 59-42 Girls Game 8 Mon-Dak def. Culbertson 45-34 Girls Game 9...

  • Bainville Native Triplett Selected MIAAA Athletic Director Of The Year

    Jan 24, 2024

    Bainville native, Kara Triplett, has been selected the overall athletic director of the year by the Montana Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. Triplett is the Richey/Lambert athletic director. She is also the Montana High School Association Class C representative. The MIAAA is an organization that represents all 182 Montana High School Association member school's athletic directors. Each year, the statewide organization recognizes an athletic director of the year in each of...

  • Rugged & Regal

    Tamara Choat|Jan 3, 2024

    The hardy, performing Angus cattle raised on Regency Acres Angus look good wearing their work clothes – and get their jobs done. "Our environment here is quite brutal," says owner Russ Thiessen. "We believe that our cattle are unique in that if they can survive our extremes in weather and on our short grass, they can survive anywhere." The Thiessen family: Russ and Jill and their children, daughter Téa, who teaches math in Stanford, MT and Tyler, who is now the fifth generation on the ranch, ra...

  • Sidney/Fairview Wrestlers Compete at Pat Weede Memorial Tourney in Gillette

    Dec 20, 2023

    Sidney Wrestling Results Pat Weede 2 Dec. 15-16 Match #1 Round 1: Rapid City Central defeated Sidney 41-38 150 - Jacoby Parker (Rapid City Central) won by technical fall over Jason Sorteberg (Sidney)16-1 157 - Ty Schepens (Sidney) won by tie-breaker over Tate Winter (Rapid City Central)-1 10-5 165 - Dylan Ulmer (Rapid City Central) won by fall over Brandon Pederson (Sidney) 2:21 175 - Hoyt Anderson (Rapid City Central) won by forfeit over Unknown (Unattached) 190 - Ian Hook (Rapid City Central)...

  • Savage Takes on R&L at Home

    Dec 13, 2023

  • Montana State Extension Recognizes Employees & Supporters

    MSU News|Dec 6, 2023

    Montana State University Extension recently recognized staff, faculty and supporters at a fall conference in Bozeman. “We are fortunate to have accomplished faculty and staff making a positive impact on the people and places of Montana,” said Cody Stone, MSU Extension executive director. “It is an honor to recognize their contributions through our awards program.” The MSU Extension Director’s Office annually recognizes outstanding faculty and staff who attain distinctive success in their chosen field or profession and/or perform outstandi...

  • Veteran's Day Dinner at Sidney's VFW

    Nov 15, 2023

  • Richey Public Schools 1st Quarter Honor Roll

    Nov 15, 2023

    “A” Honor Roll 5th Grade: Lyvia Ulrich, Aubrey Winhofer 6th Grade: Kaito Smith, Morgan Murrell 7th Grade: 8th Grade: Izak Veverka, Cameron Keller 9th Grade: Jade Robbins 10th Grade: Jacqueline Barnhart, Lina Smith, Jade Batchelor, Adilyn Elverud, Miroun Hilol 11th Grade: Mason Hagwood, Erin Kelly, Kally Strohm, James Head 12th Grade: Ryan Eggert, Taylor Goosen, Kyla Pattinasarany, Kiera Strohm “B” Honor Roll 5th Grade: Dawson Keller, Dally Rehbein, Tucker Kelly 6th Grade: Grady Klempel, Liam Keller, Chase Rehbein 7th Grade: Jamin Smith 8th Gra...

  • R&L Homecoming

    Sep 20, 2023

    R&L held their homecoming in Lambert Sept. 15....

  • Williston Basin Seedway Results Sept. 16

    Sep 20, 2023

    Dirt Late Models A Feature 1 1st, Lance Schill, Langdon, ND, 17X 2nd, Jim Harris, Estevan, SK, 17 3rd, Rob Odegard, Williston, ND, R30 4th, Jim Zaremski, Great Falls, MT, 68 5th, Jeremiah LaDue, Trenton, ND, 1 6th, Steve Anderson, Emerado, ND, 9 7th, Blaine Doppler, Menoken, ND, 11M 8th, Beau Nave, Billings, MT, 00 9th, Logan Dowson, Glendive, MT, 4D 10th, Dillon Price, Glendive, MT, 308 11th, Morris Oberle, Lead, SD, 71 IMCA Hobby StocksA Feature 1 1st, Diezel Raynard, Lampman, SK, 97R 2nd, Bre...

  • William Head 2023 Richland County Fair Grand Champion Steer

    Katelyn Sponheim|Sep 6, 2023

    William Head is more than the 4-H member behind this year's Grand Champion Market Steer for Richland County. A sophomore at Richey, he's a dedicated member of the Richey FFA chapter, a proficient welder, a future rancher, and an upstanding role model. Only his second year showing a steer, he pulled all his knowledge and work ethic together to bring a champion to the fair. A Black Angus and Simmental cross, Dumpy, was an easy gainer who converted feed well on William's program. William's mother,...

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