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  • Monster Catfish Roundup

    Jul 24, 2024

    The 16th Annual Monster Catfish Roundup was held July 20 at the Sidney Bridge along the Yellowstone River....

  • Area Events

    Jul 17, 2024

    Events in Williston & Tioga, Central Time Thurs., July 18 2-7 p.m. - Bakken Rocks Cookfest, Tioga - Free food, live music, great fun. Learn more about the oil & gas industry from industry experts, meet employees of companies working in the area & get some great BBQ. Information Session: Tioga Community Center, 410 6th St. NE; BBQ, Live Music & Kids Activities: Tioga City Park, 310 4th St. NE. Thurs., July 18, 25; Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 5-9 p.m. - Summer Nights On Main - Come to downtown Williston to experience incredible live music, amazing...

  • Sidney Receives FEMA BRIC Grant For Storm Water Project

    Dianne Swanson|Jul 10, 2024

    The City of Sidney has received a $1,277,685 FEMA BRIC (Building Resilient Infrastructure & Communities) grant to cover 75% of the cost for the Sidney Meadows Storm Drain Project. The City was also awarded their portion of the required match, $511,074, in State of Montana Resiliency dollars, covering the entire cost of the project other than engineering. According to their web site, the BRIC program aims to categorically shift the federal focus away from reactive disaster spending and toward research supported, proactive investment in community...

  • Good Cents Store & The Lodge Team Up To Make A Difference

    Toni Zieske|Jul 10, 2024

    In a heartwarming initiative, The Good Cents Store has partnered with The Lodge assisted living facility to bring a "rags to riches" project to life, proving that you are never too old to give back to the community. This initiative highlights the benefits of volunteering and repurposing materials that would otherwise go to waste in the landfill. Recently, The Good Cents Store began cutting up cotton t-shirts that were not in good enough condition for resale. These repurposed t-shirts are...

  • Oral Health Important To Seniors

    Jodi Berry|Jul 10, 2024

    There are a lot of things we can let slide as we get older but one thing that becomes more important than ever is our oral health. Every time we eat or drink, bacteria and small food particles are left behind on the surface of our teeth and gumline; eventually forming plaque. When plaque builds up for too long without being addressed it can lead to gum disease, tooth decay and a host of other problems. Seniors can be especially susceptible to this because of decreased dexterity while brushing and flossing. This makes it more important than...

  • Area Events

    Jul 10, 2024

    Events in Sidney & Fairview, Mountain Time. Wed., July 10 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Kathleen Frank High Country West Exhibit - through Aug. 3. - “Capturing the Past” Exhibition Leah Olson - through Aug. 31. - “Celebrating the Essence: Exhibition Morgan Wagner - through Aug. 31. MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave. SE. Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sat., 1-4 p.m. For more info call 406-433-3500, or visit https://mondakheritagecenter.org/. Thur., July 11 11:30 a.m. - Richland Red Hatters Lunch Meeting - Gullivers. To RSVP call Paula, 406-489-2843 or Ma...

  • Richland Co. Senior Athletes Of The Year

    Jul 3, 2024

  • Correction

    Jul 3, 2024

    In the story, Sidney Will Be “Bakken” With Fun At The Bakken Barrel Daze June 29-30, that ran in the June 19 edition of The Roundup on page 12A, it said that the photos were taken by Trista Mantelli when it should have said that the photos were taken by Kyla Hatch....

  • WREC Field Day Scheduled For July 10 & 11

    Katelyn Sponheim|Jul 3, 2024

    The Williston Research Extension Center will host their annual Field Days July 10 and 11 at their Williston and Ray locations. The Dryland/Horticulture Tour will start Wednesday, July 10, at 3 p.m. CT with registration, and the welcome and tour starting at 4 p.m. The location for the first tour is 14120 Hwy. 2 W., Williston. The Irrigated Field Day on July 11 will take place at the Nesson Valley Irrigated Research site at 5154 112th Ave. NW, Ray, ND. Tentatively, stop one on the tour will be...

  • Branding: A Family Affair

    Dianne Swanson|Jul 3, 2024

    Over 40 people, including lots of little kids gathered at the Gustafson ranch, south of Culbertson, on Sunday, June 9 for a good old-fashioned branding. Twenty horsemen showed their skill either rounding up calves or roping and throwing over 100 calves which now bear the Gustafson 2 hanging 3 brand, while four more have Julie Rehbein's AR+. Julie got her calves when they were just babies, needing to be bottle fed. Like most brands, the two have a long history. Rehbein's grandmother, Agnes Rehbei...

  • Blister Beetle Risk To The Area

    Marley Voll|Jul 3, 2024

    Blister beetles are here once again, and it is a good idea to scout for them in your fields, particularly alfalfa, prior to cutting. Blister beetle larvae feed on grasshopper eggs, which is why we’ve seen such large populations the last few years. Adult blister beetles contain a cantharidin toxin in their body fluids which is released when the beetle is crushed. This can blister people’s skin and can also be deadly to livestock and horses. There are a few species of blister beetles that are common in this area: ash-gray, black, and gray wit...

  • MonDak Area Stockgrowers Hosts Spring Meeting

    Jul 3, 2024

    The MonDak Area Stockgrowers held their spring meeting on June 13. The night included updates from both the Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) and the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association (NDSA), scholarship presentations, and the goat roping. Currently, MSGA is working on protecting livestock grazing on federal lands. MSGA is actively opposing proposed solar developments and carbon storage facilities on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land, as these developments would adversely impact livestock grazing. Additionally, MSGA has also filed a...

  • Montana State's Eastern Ag Research Center Blends High-Tech Analysis With Diverse On-Farm Explorations

    Reagan Cotton|Jul 3, 2024

    BOZEMAN – Eastern Montana may be typecast for its sparse population and rolling landscape, but its vast expanses make it an optimal region for the state's largest industry. Along the Yellowstone River near the North Dakota border, Montana State University's Eastern Agricultural Research Center serves 13 counties that produce nearly three quarters of Montana's pulse crop acreage, which leads the nation, and almost half its wheat. Serving such a wide area can be a tall order for a facility with l...

  • Stripe Rust Reported in the Area

    Marley Voll|Jul 3, 2024

    Stripe rust has been observed in winter wheat at the Eastern Agricultural Research Center here in Sidney. The cooler weather and moisture recently have been ideal conditions for the disease. This article will review some information on stripe rust disease and management options at this point in the growing season. Stripe rust is a fungal disease that is appropriately named, as the disease forms in a linear pattern of yellow-orange powdery pustules along the leaf blade. This disease is polycyclic, meaning that it will continue to produce spores...

  • Options Exist When Bulls Fail Breeding Soundness Exam

    NDSU Agriculture Communication|Jul 3, 2024

    In a cow-calf operation, open cows bring disappointment on the day of pregnancy diagnosis. To ensure that a bull is capable of breeding, North Dakota State University Extension specialists recommend that bulls undergo a breeding soundness exam prior to the breeding season. "The role of bulls on cow-calf operations is to get cows pregnant," says Lacey Quail, Extension livestock management specialist at the NDSU North Central Research Extension Center. "Considering that 92% of cows and 76% of...

  • NDSU Research Extension Center Field Days Set

    NDSU Agriculture Communication|Jul 3, 2024

    The North Dakota State University Research Extension Centers’ annual field days are set. The events take place at the Research Extension Center sites across the state and feature speakers, tours and field demonstrations for farmers, ranchers, crop advisors, landowners, horticulturalists and local stakeholders. “The agricultural research conducted at our NDSU Research Extension Centers provides research-based solutions that advance agricultural production systems in a variety of areas, including agronomy and crop production, livestock and ran...

  • 101st Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede Set For July 10-13

    Katelyn Sponheim|Jul 3, 2024

    The 101st Annual Wolf Point Wild Horse Stampede will start Wednesday, July 10, and runs through Saturday, July 13 at the Marvin Brookman Stadium, Wolf Point. Each night will see a Wild Horse race, and there will be a carnival all four days. This year’s Grand Marshal is 58 -year-old Don Whitmus, who serves on the Wild Horse Stampede Committee. On Wednesday, the stampede kicks off with a Pitchfork Fondue from 4:30-6 p.m., with the Wild Horse Ranch Rodeo following, and a Breaking Eight concert to close the evening. The PRCA Rodeo will take p...

  • Joint ARS-MSU Dryland Field Tour To Feature Pulse Crops, Wheat Stem Sawfly, Grasshopper Management & More July 17

    Beth Redlin|Jul 3, 2024

    Research looking at pulse crop diseases, native pollinators and new options for wheat stem sawfly and grasshopper management are just a few of the research topics to be presented at the 2024 joint ARS-MSU Dryland Field Day in Sidney, Wednesday morning, July 17. The tour is presented by Montana State University's Eastern Ag Research Center (EARC) and the USDA Agricultural Research Service's (ARS) Northern Plains Agricultural Research Lab (NPARL) and features speakers from both Sidney research...

  • 2024 Richland County Fair & Rodeo Back Roads and Tractor Shows

    Jul 3, 2024

    Mark your calendars for the highlight of summer in Richland County! From July 31-Aug. 3 the Richland County Fair & Rodeo invites you to join in the festivities celebrating the theme of Back Roads & Tractor Shows. Get ready for four days packed with excitement, entertainment, and the best of rural Montana culture. CowTown USA invites visitors of all ages to experience the charm of rural life with a petting zoo open all day. From cuddly farm animals to interactive exhibits, there’s plenty to delight animal lovers and there’s even pony rides! Plu...

  • Killdeer Rodeo Kicks Off July 1-5

    Katelyn Sponheim|Jun 26, 2024

    July 1-5, the Killdeer Saddle Club will host the 101st annual Killdeer Mountain Roundup PRCA Rodeo. Monday kicks off the week of rodeo with the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Barrel Racing slack. The Calcutta begins Tuesday at 5 p.m., followed by the PRCA performance at 6 p.m. Dunn Center will have a bouncy house at City Park on Wednesday, starting at 11 a.m. and a parade to follow at 1 p.m., with a potluck at City Park afterwards. The Calcutta for Wednesday’s PRCA performance will again be at 5 p.m. with the evening’s rodeo at 6 p.m....

  • Area Events

    Jun 26, 2024

    Events In Williston, Tioga, & Williams County, Central Time Wed., June 26-Sun., June 30 2024 Upper Missouri Valley Fair- Enjoy your favorite food vendors, classic fair rides, live entertainment, & more! For more info visit https://umvf.com/fair-week/. UMV Fairgrounds, 519 53rd St. E., Williston. Fri., June 28, July 26; Aug. 23, Sept. 27, Oct. 25 & Nov. 22 6 p.m. - Spotlight At the James Open Mic - All ages event designed to celebrate & challenge young performers. James Memorial Art Center, 621 1st Ave. W., Williston. Sat., June 29 7-9 p.m. -...

  • Killdeer Rodeo Kicks Off July 1-5

    Katelyn Sponheim|Jun 19, 2024

    July 1-5, the Killdeer Saddle Club will host the 101st annual Killdeer Mountain Roundup PRCA Rodeo. Monday kicks off the week of rodeo with the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Barrel Racing slack. The Calcutta begins Tuesday at 5 p.m., followed by the PRCA performance at 6 p.m. Dunn Center will have a bouncy house at City Park on Wednesday, starting at 11 a.m. and a parade to follow at 1 p.m., with a potluck at City Park afterwards. The Calcutta for Wednesday’s PRCA performance will again be at 5 p.m. with the evening’s rodeo at 6 p.m....

  • Area Events

    Jun 19, 2024

    Events in Sidney, Fairview, Lambert, Savage, Mountain Time. Wed., June 19 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. - The 16x20 Show Onesti Krieger - through June 29.- Clint Whitmer Photography “Eye of the Camera” - through June 29. - Kathleen Frank High Country West Exhibit - through Aug. 3. - MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave. SE. Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sat., 1-4 p.m. For more info call 406-433-3500, or visit https://mondakheritagecenter.org/. Fri., June 21 5-7 p.m. - Road To Recovery - Singer Skylar Ray & Kala Mulcahy will come to share their recovery jou...

  • Stay Safe This Summer

    Jodi Berry|Jun 12, 2024

    So far it has felt like a long spring with mild temperatures here in eastern Montana but if you've lived here for any length of time, you know the heat is just around the corner. While there is plenty to enjoy about summer it also comes with certain dangers, especially for senior citizens. As we get older, our ability to respond to summer heat can become problematic; however, age isn't the only factor. According to the National Institutes of Health, there are a number of other factors that can i...

  • Richland County Senior Athletes of the Year Awards June 27

    Bill Vander Weele|Jun 12, 2024

    Six finalists in each division have been selected for this year's Roundup/Kiwanis Senior Athletes of the Year awards. The presentation will be made during the Sidney Kiwanis Club's luncheon, which starts at noon, at the Moose Lodge on Thursday, June 27. Athletes and their parents should RSVP to Jessica, 406-794-2304. Boys Kevin Hutzenbiler, Sidney: Hutzenbiler was a talented three-sport athlete for the Eagles. He played well at wide receiver and defensive back for Sidney's football team. He was...

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