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 By Jordan Hall    News    October 17, 2018 

Katie Paulson And Dori Sparby, McKenzie County Recorder Candidates

McKenzie County has two options on the November ballot for County Recorder. Katie Paulson and Dori Sparby are both competing for the office, and The Roundup was able to speak with both candidates...

 

15th Annual Harvest Festival Oct. 24 to Nov. 3

Agriculture is the backbone of the MonDak region and it’s time to celebrate the end of harvest with The Roundup’s 15th annual Harvest Festival October 24 through November 3. Make It With Sugar Whip up your tastiest creations Friday, October 26...

 

Game Dedication & Jersey Presentation

A jersey presentation took place on Friday, Oct. 12 before the throwback jersey game against Miles City to honor Shane Quilling and T.J. Haugen who were both members of State Championship teams for...

 

Streaking in Wallace

Every year, my sister and I plan a get-away together. We choose a destination, set a date for our adventure, and off we go. When we lived a mile apart, our sister trips took us in any direction we wanted. Now that we live nine hours apart, we...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 17, 2018 

PSC Candidate Randy Pinocci Visits Sidney

Public Service Commission candidate, Randy Pinocci, recently visited Sidney in a campaign stop, soliciting votes and spreading his message of common sense regulation. Pinnoci, who has previously serve...

 

Soybeans May Be Viable Cattle Feed Option

Soybeans can be used as a protein supplement for beef cattle, as long as the beans are a small part of the cattle's diet. North Dakota producers having trouble selling soybeans for the export market...

 

Hay Bale Art Competition Comes to Sidney

Beautiful, creepy and interesting hay bale sculptures are all over Sidney, Savage, and Lambert in Montana, once again. They are the creations of groups from 4-H and from the general public as well...

 

New FFA Adviser at Watford City High School

This year the Watford City Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter gained a new adviser, Bailey Hawbaker. Hawbaker grew up on a small grains farm outside of Portal, North Dakota and attended school in...

 

Politics And Agricultural Resiliency Topic Of Nov. 9 Annual MSU Economics Conference

BOZEMAN - The Montana State University Department of Agricultural Economics and Economics and MSU Extension will host the 12th annual agricultural economics conference, “Agriculture and Political Uncertainty” on Friday, Nov. 9, beginning at 8:45...

 

Watford City FFA Continues Tradition of Leadership Development & Community Service

The Watford City FFA Chapter has a strong tradition of developing leaders and serving the community. Members have been busy this summer and school year. In July, we welcomed Miss Hawbaker, our new advisors, and members helped serve at the Bakken...

 

MSU Plant Sciences Faculty Part Of International Discovery In Wheat Genome Sequence

A Montana State University faculty member dedicated to researching cereal genetics and genomics for Montana farmers is part of an international research team that published an article detailing the...

 

USDA Launches Trade Mitigation Programs

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue launched the trade mitigation package aimed at assisting farmers suffering from damage due to unjustified trade retaliation by foreign nations. Producers of certain commodities can now sign up for the...

 

End of Summer Blues

The thought of approaching winter leaves me cold – no pun intended. Labor Day, in my opinion, denotes the most depressing holiday of the year because of the many events it signifies have come to an end. Hot languid days have come and gone for...

 

Washington Student Thanks Eastern Montana for Help with Project

In January of this year, The Roundup printed a request from Josiah, a fifth grade student from Payallup, Washington, tasked with collecting information about Montana for a school project. The Roundup...

 

Beet Crop Looking Very Good

The sugar beet leaves are starting to turn yellow as the plants mature and growers and Sidney Sugars gear up for this year's harvest. Early harvest will start September 10 at the Sugar Valley (Fairvie...

 

The Walstrom Farms: Young Farmers Continue on the Farming Tradition

Located seven miles north of Alexander, North Dakota sits The Wahlstrom Farm. The 4,000-acre farm consists of mainly spring wheat, barley, flax, lentils, soybeans, and durum. The farm is operated by...

 

New Pebble Lime System Will Improve Purification Process During Campaign

This past Inter-Campaign (Summer) has been busy shipping our sugar across the U.S. to our customers. As we do each year, we end campaign with our sixteen storage bins completely full of sugar. Now,...

 

Adzuki and Mung Beans May Open Opportunities For Growers

Soy here, soy there, soy seems to be everywhere. It is in our food, in the food of our pets and livestock, it can be in biofuel, candles, lubricant and even ink. Soy is needed for many products and, s...

 

A Wild West Weekend 2018 NDRA Championship Finals Rodeo, September 28 & 29

Witness top rodeo cowboys and cowgirls vie for North Dakota State Championship Titles at the 65th Annual North Dakota Rodeo Association State Finals in Watford City on September 28 and 29. The rodeo is hosted by the McKenzie County Cowboys Associatio...

 

LYIP Victory Celebration

A parade and community picnic were held in Sidney on August 25 to celebrate the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project's court victory over environmental groups Defenders of Wildlife and the Natural...

 

2018 Heritage Day to Include American Legion Centennial Recognition

The McKenzie County Heritage Association is joining with the American Legion ND Post 29, Watford City and ND Post 94, Alexander, to celebrate the WWI 100th Anniversary in conjunction with the annual...

 

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...

 

USDA Launches Program for Farmers Affected by Trade Disputes

U.S. agricultural producers, including those from North Dakota being impacted by ongoing trade disputes, will get some relief. The Trump administration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) ha...

 

Neal Hermanson Memorial Ranch Rodeo Sept. 7

The Neal Hermanson Memorial Ranch Rodeo and Calcutta will take place on Friday, September 7 beginning at 6 p.m. at the Richland County Fairgrounds in Sidney. Admission is only $5 with children 5 and under admitted free. The four events of the rodeo,...

 

We Want Your Hunting Photos

If you have bow or rifle hunting photos or bird hunting photos and would like to have them published in The Roundup Hunting Editions please send them to info@roundupweb.com...

 

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