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 By Jaymi Loobey    News    June 19, 2019 

Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede July 11-13

Down a lonely seeming road on the outskirts of Wolf Point are a set of grandstands seemingly abandoned behind a three pole gate and sign with three wagon wheels. Who would think in just a month's time...

 

Confluence of Creativity At The MDHC

Local artists Trish Stevenson and Afton Ray have gathered a treasure trove of local and regional artists to the "Confluence of Creativity" at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney. The show, which runs...

 

Ancient Artifacts

I think I have moved to the right place. It seems in most parts of the country older people no longer receive the respect they deserve. We're often looked upon as a burden, as using up vanishing...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    June 5, 2019

Culbertson Local, Austin Knudsen, Files For Attorney General

Austin Knudsen, a resident of Culbertson, Montana, a former speaker of the Montana House of Representatives and fifth generation Montanan is running for state Attorney General. The Roundup spoke with...

 

Confluence of Creativity Coming to the MDHC

Local artists Trish Stevenson and Afton Ray have gathered a treasure trove of local and regional artists to the "Confluence of Creativity" at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney. The show, which...

 

Richland County 4-H Member Excels At 2018 Richland County Fair And Rodeo

I think it might be safe to say that Richland County Forever Buds 4-H member, Ali Jo Merritt, excelled in the livestock competitions at the 2018 Richland County Fair and Rodeo last August. Merritt, wh...

 

Bill Signed Into Law Creating A Student Debt Assistance Program For Young Farmers And Ranchers

Helena - A program to offer student debt assistance to young farmers and ranchers in Montana was signed into law on Friday, May 10, and will encourage young people to pursue a career in agriculture, Montana's leading industry. Governor Steve Bullock...

 

Kell Helmuth Enjoys Participating in 4-H

Kell Helmuth is a nine-year member of the Sagebrush Ranglers 4-H Club and has been involved in 4-H since the age of eight. He has done many indoor, market, and showmanship projects through 4-H such...

 

USDA Reopens Continuous CRP Signup

Washington – USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) will accept applications beginning June 3, 2019, for certain practices under the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) continuous signup and will offer extensions for expiring CRP contracts. The 2018...

 

Sidney Sugars Replaces Tower Diffuser Bull Gear

Extraction Process: One of the first steps in processing Sugar Beets is extracting the sugar from the beet cells which takes place in the Tower Diffuser. Sugar Beets are washed and then sliced into...

 

Sidney Sugars New Hires

Somer Reidle, Agriculturalist: Somer Reidle began her career as Sidney Sugars newest agriculturalist on May 28. The Bainville High School graduate earned her bachelor's degree in Ag Business from MSU...

 

Confluence of Creativity Coming to the MDHC

Local artists Trish Stevenson and Afton Ray have gathered a treasure trove of local and regional artists to the "Confluence of Creativity" at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney. The show, which...

 

Confluence of Creativity Coming to the MDHC

Local artists Trish Stevenson and Afton Ray have gathered a treasure trove of local and regional artists to the "Confluence of Creativity" at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney. The show, which runs...

 
 By Jordan Hall    Energy    May 22, 2019

North Dakota Public Service Commission Discusses New McKenzie County Pipeline

The North Dakota Public Service Commission held a public hearing to discuss a possible new pipeline. The meeting was held on May 17 at the Little Missouri Grille and Suites, and was attended by...

 

Governor Signs Legislation To Return More Oil And Gas Tax Revenue To Eastern Montana Communities

Helena, Mont. – Governor Steve Bullock has signed House Bill 656, a bill sponsored by House District 35 Representative Joel Krautter (R-Sidney), to return more oil and gas tax revenue to eastern...

 

Signup For The Roundup

The Roundup offers free weekly mail delivery in Sidney, MT. If you have a Sidney mailing address and currently do not receive The Roundup newspaper at home (and would like to) sign up today! Stop by 111 West Main, call 406-433-3306 or send your name...

 

Confluence of Creativity Coming to the MDHC

Local artists Trish Stevenson and Afton Ray have gathered a treasure trove of local and regional artists to the "Confluence of Creativity" at the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney. The show, which runs...

 

When The Shoe Is On The Other Foot

Maybe this observation applies only to this household, but somehow I doubt it. It seems that when the man of the house does something silly, or makes a mistake, or has some sort of accident, the...

 

Signup For The Roundup

The Roundup offers free weekly mail delivery in Sidney, MT. If you have a Sidney mailing address and currently do not receive The Roundup newspaper at home (and would like to) sign up today! Stop by 111 West Main, call 406-433-3306 or send your name...

 

Signup For The Roundup

The Roundup offers free weekly mail delivery in Sidney, MT. If you have a Sidney mailing address and currently do not receive The Roundup newspaper at home (and would like to) sign up today! Stop by 111 West Main, call 406-433-3306 or send your name...

 

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...

 

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...

 

Staying Active

Activity of any sort has always been a large part of my life. As a child, I had the nickname Worry Wart or Nervous Nellie as I could not seem to sit still for any length of time. When sitting, one or...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 17, 2019

Prairie Dog Law Set To Bolster Bakken Infrastructure

A new law has passed the North Dakota legislature that is designed to fund infrastructure projects throughout the state and maintain current funding guidelines that assist the needs in McKenzie County...

 

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