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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...

 
 By Jerry Kessler    Opinion    October 16, 2019 

"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....

 

Newspaper Legend Passes

The MonDak region has lost a newspaper icon. Russ Wells, born Dec. 5, 1945, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2019 just a few months shy of his 74th birthday. Wells exhibited a talent for newspaper...

 

Trail Of Treats, Costume Contest, Harvest Carnival, Sidney, October 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....

 

Fairview Staff And Students Build Strong Farm To School Program

Connecting our youth with information and understanding of our local foods is the goal of the National and Montana Farm to School Programs. In 2018 staff and FFA and FCCLA students of Fairview High...

 

Two New Winter Wheat Varieties To Be Released From MSU Foundation Seed Program

Bozeman – A pair of new winter wheat varieties soon to be released by Montana State University breeders are designed to help address two issues that plague wheat farmers across the state, sawflies and stripe rust fungus, while improving crop...

 

Steer Donations Needed for MSU's Student Steer-A-Year Program

BOZEMAN – Montana ranchers are encouraged to donate a steer for the benefit of the learning and development of next generation agricultural producers. Montana State University's College of...

 

NDSU Suggests Waiting to Make Agriculture Risk Coverage, Price Loss Coverage Decisions

The sign-up period for the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) program decision under the 2018 Farm Bill has started and will run until March 15, 2020, though Andrew Swenson, NDSU Extension farm management specialist,...

 

Glendive's Harvestfest & Junkapalooza Sunday, October 13

You have a job to do when you go to the Harvestfest & Junkapalooza in Glendive at the Dawson County Fairgrounds October 13. Either enter the salsa contest or sample the salsas in a blind taste...

 

Ag In The Classroom Teaches Farm Safety, Food Sourcing To Area Students

Ag In The Classroom Took Place, Thursday, September 16 At The Richland County Event Center In Sidney Ag In the Classroom has been an event for several years and teaches second and third graders about...

 

Correction

Braiden Taylor was omitted from the Fairview football homecoming page in the 9-18-19 edition of The Roundup on page 10....

 

Those Annoying Senior Moments

Did you know that the phrase 'senior moments', which means a temporary lapse of memory, first made an appearance in 1996? The staff of Webster's New World College Dictionary made it the word of the...

 

Western McKenzie County Residents Thankful For Continued Community Support After Spring Floods

Kim and Casey Schlothauer are one of many rural farm families residing east of Fairview, ND affected by the flooding of the Yellowstone River earlier this spring. On their 780 acre farm the couple is...

 

WREC Perennial Field Day to be Held September 26th

On Thursday, September 26th, the NDSU Williston Research Extension Center (WREC) will be hosting its first-ever Perennial Field Day. The event will start at 9:00 a.m. central time and conclude with a...

 

Fall Weed Forum in Watford City Sept. 11

McKenzie County Extension will be having an educational and informative in-crop weed forum. We will be working in conjunction with the Williston Research Extension Center as well as many reputable guest speakers. We will cover topics such as biology...

 

Canning, Pickling, Preserving OH MY!

As the summer draws to a close and harvesting season is upon us; canning, pickling, and preserving season is here too. The number one priority when preserving your harvest is the safety of the finished product by destroying any bacteria, and molds...

 

USDA Releases Details on Market Facilitation Program

The sign-up period for the 2019 Market Facilitation Program is now open, says Bryon Parman, North Dakota State University Extension agricultural finance specialist. The program provides aid to...

 

MDA to Hold Waste Pesticide Disposal Events In September

Helena, MT - The Montana Department of Agriculture’s annual Pesticide Disposal Events will be held in several locations across Montana during September. The collection events will be held September 17 in Wolf Point; September 18 in Sidney;...

 

Be on the Lookout for Anthrax

Anthrax continues to be a concern for cattle producers in North Dakota. "Recently, a case of anthrax was positively identified in a southwestern North Dakota county," says Gerald Stokka, North Dakota...

 

Planting Unlabeled Cover Crop Seed Could be Costly

Planting cover crops is increasing in popularity each year, and this is not surprising considering the benefits. However, those potential benefits will be quickly negated by the use of untested or unlabeled seed says Jason Goltz, North Dakota State...

 

Community and Other Changes

When I moved to Virginia City, the sign “Welcome to Virginia City - Resisting Change since 1863” amused me. I understand the sentiment behind that statement, as the community wants to preserve the old buildings and atmosphere that attracts...

 

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...

 

Celebrating 50 Years Of Keeping The Wagon Train Tradition Alive

A significant part of North Dakota's history begins around the time when settlers came across the prairie in wagon trains. These trains reached places that eventually became homesteads, towns, and...

 

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