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Montana Main Street Program, Historic Preservation Grant Presentation Held Sept 13

Tash Wisemiller program manager for the Community & Economic Vitality Program under the Montana Department of Commerce was in Sidney on Sept. 13. Wisemiller toured the town and gave a...

 

5 Steps To Reduce Your Risk Of Falling

(BPT) - When you're active and young at heart, it's easy to forget that you may be losing some strength, flexibility and balance as you age. Because these changes happen gradually, you may be unaware...

 

Precision Agriculture Technology Improving Crop Yield

Agriculturists and researchers continue to develop technologies and strategies that decrease negative effects on crop performance and yield. Some examples of technology that is helping improve...

 

Head Plans To Collect More Awards At Next Year's Fair

Fourteen-year-old William Head had a successful first year at the Richland County Fair. He is a member of the North Road Renegades 4-H Club and shows steer, market lambs, and breeding sheep. He had the 2022 Grand Champion market lamb, Grand Champion...

 

Richland County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting Features National Speaker

The Richland County Farm Bureau is holding its annual meeting Sept. 15 at the Elks Lodge, Sidney. The county Farm Bureau will elect officers and directors, select voting delegates for the Montana Farm Bureau Convention in November, and discuss new...

 

Steer-A-Year Program Seeks Donations For 2022-23 Academic Year

Bozeman - Montana State University's Steer-A-Year program is seeking donations of steers and feed as well as financial support for the 2022-23 academic year. A student program in MSU's College of...

 

Consider Planting Winter Wheat This Year

“There is increased interest in planting winter wheat this year and for good reason,” says Clair Keene, North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension agronomist. “With many prevent plant acres in the state, good soil moisture heading into the...

 

Managing Wheat Streak Mosaic Disease By Eliminating The Green Bridge

If you are preparing to plant winter wheat soon, it is important to consider green bridge control to prevent wheat streak mosaic (WSM). Wheat streak mosaic is a viral disease that impacts small grains, including spring wheat and winter wheat, as...

 

NDRA Championship Finals Rodeo In Watford City Sept. 23-24

The NDRA Championship Finals Rodeo will take place at the McKenzie County fairgrounds located in Watford City on Friday, Sept. 23 and Saturday, Sept. 24. The rodeo will start at 7 p.m. CT on Friday and 6 p.m. CT on Saturday. The event will have...

 

MSU Extension Shares Considerations For Fertilizing Winter Wheat

Bozeman - As winter wheat harvest in Montana comes to a close, producers may be thinking about fertilizer decisions for upcoming winter wheat seeding. Nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur and chloride should all be considered in fertility programs...

 

Sustainable Oils Is World's Leading Camelina Seed Company

Sustainable Oils LLC, a company headquartered in Great Falls, is known to be the world's leading camelina seed company for renewable diesel production. According to susoils.com, it owns an industry le...

 

McNally Family Takes Home Champion Titles At Richland Co. Fair

The McNally family had a successful season at the Richland County Fair. Seventeen-year-old Cooper McNally had the 2022 Grand Champion market hog, breeding gilt, and he won the Champion of Champions title with his gilt. He was also titled 2022 Grand...

 

MSU Doctoral Students Receive Awards From International Precision Agriculture Society

Bozeman - A Montana State University doctoral student and Ph.D. graduate recently received honors for their research on precision agriculture in Montana. Sasha Loewen and Paul Hegedus in the College...

 

Sen. Hoeven Announces Partnership Between NDSU, USDA ARS and Grand Farm

U.S. Sen. John Hoeven announced a federal appropriation that will develop a partnership between North Dakota State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service and...

 

Grasshopper Problem Persists For Producers

Farmers across the region have experienced significant losses due to the sky-rocketing grasshopper population. “The population levels this summer have met the USDA-APHIS projection and, in some areas, have greatly exceeded it. The late snowstorms...

 

NDSU's Soybean Iron Chlorosis Ratings Available

North Dakota State University's soybean breeding program conducts research every growing season on the tolerance of soybean varieties to iron deficiency chlorosis (IDC). "If farmers had IDC in their...

 

Importance of Testing For Nitrates

As the time to harvest your annual forages draws near and because nitrate toxicity can be fatal for your livestock, it is important to understand the need for nitrate testing. Cereal crops are known to accumulate nitrates with oats being the top accu...

 

Changes Are Coming To Meals On Wheels In Richland County

Recently, the Richland County Commission on Aging has made many of changes to the local Meals on Wheels program. The program has served the elderly in the community well for many years but with change...

 

DPHHS Wants to Hear from Montana Centenarians 

The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) wants to honor Montana centenarians during the 53rd annual Governor’s Conference on Aging Oct. 4-5. The hybrid event will take place at the Copper King Convention Center, Butte, with a...

 
 By Marie Holler    Sports    August 10, 2022

Sidney Tiger Sharks Back-To-Back State Champs!

The Sharks did it again. They are back-to-back State champs and this coach couldn't be more proud. We had a great showing on Saturday and the majority made it to finals on Sunday. The Eastern...

 

"Dakota Day Trips, The Road to Rural Wonders" Available At Page Turners

The delightful independent book store Page Turners, Fairview, is selling the Dakota Day Trips book by Cliff Naylor. Page Turners is located at 214 S. Central, Fairview, or call them at 406-742-5700. The store was inadvertently left out of the story...

 

Lower Yellowstone Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held July 26

A Lower Yellowstone Ribbon Cutting Ceremony was held July 26 at Joe’s Island on the south side of Yellowstone River, across from the Intake Fish Screens. Approximately 100 dignitaries and local residents from Montana and North Dakota attended plus...

 

Seed Paintings, A Source Of Community & Pride

One of the most memorable things about the Richland County Fair and Rodeo is the beautiful and elaborate seed paintings or artistic backgrounds. Short of seeing them at the fair and, occasionally, in the odd business many do not know much about...

 

Additional Detections Of Avian Influenza Confirmed In Montana

Helena, MT – On Monday, July 24, the Montana Department of Livestock (MDOL) announced confirmation of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in a Flathead County backyard poultry flock. This is the 10th HPAI affected Montana flock linked to a...

 

Richland Co. Fair & Rodeo This Week

The Richland County Fair and Rodeo is not too far away. All the rip-roaring fun that Richland County has been waiting for all year long will be Aug. 3–6 and it is right around the bend. Chase Rice is doing the Saturday night concert with special...

 

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