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Wild Flour Cafe & Bakery In Alexander Hosts Lefse Making Classes

When Thanksgiving and Christmas time rolls around, so does the lefse making. That is why this time of year, Wild Flour Cafe & Bakery in Alexander, North Dakota, is offering lefse-making classes...

 

Dakota West Ag Day Coming To 4 Bears Casino & Lodge, December 10

Watford City, ND – The Dakota West Ag Day, the first end-of-the-year agriculture show for western North Dakota, debuts on December 10 at the 4 Bears Casino & Lodge in New Town. This single-day e...

 

2019 Ag Research Summit Includes New Date, Irrigated, Horticulture Sessions

As 2019 nears a close, farmers and ranchers have a lot of questions: What's the deal with this weather? What do we need to brace for next? What can be done with all that damaged grain? What about...

 

MSU Extension Offers Advice On Opening A Medical Savings Account For State Tax Savings

Bozeman – Opening a Montana medical care savings account by December 31 to help with medical expenses not covered by a health insurance policy or flexible spending account can help individuals save on their state taxes, according to Marsha...

 

Watford City FFA Chapter Attends Nationals

Each year, in Indianapolis, Indiana, thousands of FFA members attend the national convention and expo. We left October 27 and got back home late on November 2. The Watford chapter has been fortunate...

 

Two Local Artists Exhibit Paintings At The James Memorial Art Center

Sidney, MT - The paintings of local artists, Afton Ray-Rossol and Trish Stevenson will be showcased at the James Memorial Arts Center, Williston North Dakota. The two-person exhibit opens with an...

 

Many Factors Influence Corn Test Weight

Poor growing and harvesting conditions this year have North Dakota producers concerned about the test weight of their corn. "Many factors influence the measured test weight of corn, including the...

 

Prairie Fare: Gift Ideas That Are Easy on the Budget and Positive for Your Health

"I've bought and wrapped gifts for myself," one of the meeting attendees said. Most people in the room nodded, especially parents. I was among the people nodding my head. Yes, I've wrapped a lot of...

 

Longtime MSU Wheat Breeder Named AAAS Fellow

Bozeman - Montana State University professor, plant geneticist and spring wheat breeding specialist Luther Talbert has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science,...

 

NDSU Extension, FSA to Host Disaster Recovery Webinar

North Dakota State University Extension and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency (FSA) are hosting a webinar Thursday, Dec. 5, to provide producers with information on available...

 

Fink Wins Harvest Festival Grand Prize

Congratulations Kelly Fink, Lambert, MT, winner of $500 in gift cards during The Roundup's Harvest Festival. Fink registered at Yellowstone Bank in Sidney. The Roundup would like to thank all our...

 

Always A Season Late

It seems my husband and I always decide to begin a project at the wrong time of year. We purchase snow shovels in April, barbecues in November, and sleds after the snow melts, a new self-propelled four-wheel drive push lawn mower when the grass has...

 

Farm Field Day Planned For November 16

On Saturday, November 16, there will be a Farm Field Day tour in Sidney, Montana, and Squaw Gap, North Dakota. The purpose of this event is to bring MonDak area producers together and inform them...

 

Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging Competition

The Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging competition was held at Dynneson Feedlot on Oct. 6. Keith Steinbeisser Memorial Livestock Judging Results Livestock Judging Novice High Teams Placing...

 

Unharvested Corn Can be Feed for Cattle

The 2019 growing season has not been conducive for corn grain production in many areas of the northern Plains. The late planting season, combined with cooler temperatures, has left many fields unharvestable or not cost effective for harvesting corn...

 

FSA Maps

In order to comply with FSA program eligibility requirements, all producers, including livestock producers, are encouraged to visit their local FSA office to file an accurate crop certification report by the applicable deadline. Producers are...

 

"Make It With Sugar" Winners

"Make It With Sugar" Winning Recipes Peanut Butter Truffles (People's Choice - Carli Karren) 2 cups peanut butter ¼ cup butter softened 2 cups powdered sugar 1½ cups rice krispies Chocol...

 

Trail Of Treats, Sidney, October 26

The Trail of Treats, organized by the Sidney High School Key Club, will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, October 26. Trail of Treats features children accompanied by adults going to local businesses for treats. The event will begin at...

 

Larry Ernster, 68, Fairview, MT

A funeral service for Larry Ernster, 68, of Fairview, MT was held Wednesday, October 16 at 2 p.m. at Fulkerson-Stevenson Funeral Home in Sidney, MT. Remembrances, condolences and pictures may be...

 

Russel "Russ" Eugene Wells, 73, Sidney, MT

Russel "Russ" E. Wells, 73, Sidney, MT, passed away peacefully from metastatic bladder cancer, surrounded by his family at Sidney Health Center, Sidney, MT, September 29, 2019. Russ was born at home...

 

Sugar Beet Decorating Winners

The Roundup held its 16th annual beet decorating contest last week and, as usual, the kids did an amazing job of turning a sugar beet into something fun. Special thanks go to Tim Neu and his staff at...

 

Trail Of Treats, Costume Contest, Harvest Carnival, Sidney, Oct. 26

The annual Trail of Treats will take place again at Sidney businesses this Halloween season. The Trail of Treats will start at Reese and Ray's IGA at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 26, and trick or treating at businesses will end at noon that day....

 

Family Reunions

I love my three siblings. After all, we grew up together, we knew what buttons to push if one of us wanted to start an argument, and we also knew the way to soothe those ruffled feelings. We banded together against perceived outside threats, we kept...

 

"The Long Goodbye – Part 2"

Many of you may not remember who “Dr Dirt” was. I am an Internal Medicine physician who has worked in this area since 1986. I took a sabbatical from medicine for several years. I have been back in medicine for over six years, doing what I was alw...

 

Trail Of Treats, Costume Contest, Harvest Carnival, Sidney, Oct. 26

The annual Trail of Treats will take place again at Sidney businesses this Halloween season. The Trail of Treats will start at Reese and Ray's IGA at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 26, and trick or treating at businesses will end at noon that day....

 

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