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Montana Farmers Union Hosts Virtual Town Halls With Focus on Rural Issues & Ag Issues

Great Falls, MT- COVID-19 has disrupted the agricultural sector in a variety of ways. The pandemic has exposed a break in the food supply chain that was compounded by the loss of foreign trade, low farm gate prices, and multinational packing plant...

 

Montana FWP "Kids To Fish" Program Allows Anglers To Borrow Gear & Tackle For Free

A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks program that allows kids and their friends or families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year.  FWP staff restocked and maintained over 400 fishing rods in nearly 43...

 

Stockman Continues Elementary Backpack Program

The Backpack Program was started two school years ago, with just the Sidney Central and Westside Elementary. There was a need for our young youth to be able to have their own backpack that has...

 

Cowboys Had It Right

Cowboys knew what they were doing, in more ways than one. Remember those oversize bandannas they always wore around their necks? Just think, that big kerchief served a multitude of uses. Cowboys could use those fabric neckpieces as a cooling cloth on...

 

As Montana Prepares To Reopen, State Lacks Local COVID-19 Testing Data

Original story courtesy of Montana Free Press As Gov. Steve Bullock moves to roll back emergency measures enacted to slow the COVID-19 pandemic, he has said he’ll take a data-driven approach to reopening Montana’s economy while minimizing the...

 

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...

 

Clarence J. Jore, 82 Watford City, ND

A visitation for Clarence J. Jore was held Wednesday, September 18 from 1-5 p.m. with a prayer service at 4 p.m. at Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Watford City, ND. Remembrances, condolences...

 

Clarence J. Jore, 82 Watford City, ND

A visitation for Clarence J. Jore will take place Wednesday, September 18 from 1-5 p.m. with a prayer service at 4 p.m. at Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Watford City, ND. Remembrances,...

 

Lewis And Clark Trail Museum 50th Anniversary Celebration, June 29, Alexander, ND

The 50th anniversary celebration for the Lewis and Clark Trail Museum in Alexander on Saturday, June 29 will be a stellar event befitting the legacy of Lewis and Clark and the president, Thomas...

 

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 Dianne Swanson    News    May 1, 2019

Neu's Super Valu to Celebrate Anniversary and Renovation May 7

Four years ago, at 1 p. m. on April 30, Tim and Laura Neu purchased the Super Valu store in Fairview from Bill and Marilyn Huft. Next Tuesday, May 7, they will host their 4th Anniversary Renovation...

 

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...

 

Sidney Health Center To Host Cancer Care Town Hall Social With ASCO President, March 6, Sidney

Sidney, MT – Sidney Health Center is on a journey to become a Cancer Care Center of Excellence. In 2018, Sidney Health Center's Cancer Care service began working with the American Society of...

 

Your Boots On The Hill: The Rest Is History

This week was certainly one for the history books. Montana Farm Bureau celebrated its 100th birthday on February 13. It was only fitting to celebrate our 100th birthday at the Capitol building; it took an act of the State Legislature and the...

 

Guest Opinion

We’ve been complacent. We thought everybody knew how important a free press was to our world and that all this talk about us being the enemy of the people would be dismissed for the silliness that it is. But the reckless attacks have continued,...

 

Knowing Your Past Carries You into the Future

The past meets the present and future in a quiet little town; from the last lynching in North Dakota to the fellowship of burgers in the park and a farmers market on Saturday nights. Showcasing it...

 

Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 27

Prescription drug abuse has become an increasingly common and serious problem across the country. Unwanted, unneeded, and/or expired prescription medications located in people's homes are often the...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 18, 2018

Candidate Forum Held April 12 in Sidney

The Sidney Chamber of Commerce and Farm Bureau hosted a forum for candidates on Thursday evening, April 12, at the county Extension Office. Twelve candidates for local office were present for the...

 
 By McKen-Z Ramus    News    March 7, 2018

Don't Be Unlucky This St. Patrick's Day

In Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Day is held to honor their patron saint, Saint Patrick. He was brought to Ireland as a slave and after he escaped slavery he converted to Christianity and went back to Ireland as a missionary. He later became the leading...

 

Halloween Night

My opinion of Halloween has changed drastically through the years. I have come full circle in the process, beginning with an initial delight in the fall celebration as a child, growing to dislike the...

 

FWP "Kids to Fish" Program Allows Youths to Borrow Gear & Tackle for Free

A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 program that allows children and their families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year. In time for summer fis...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    News    June 28, 2017

MonDak Region Celebrates July 4th

If the 4th of July means parades, concerts, barebeques and fireworks, the MonDak region has all of those bases covered this year! From Lambert to Bainville, from Arnegard to Medora, this 4th of July...

 
 By lois    Golden Roundup    March 15, 2017

Flatlander versus Mountain Woman

This big, beautiful state of Montana has so much to offer with its varied geography, open country, and landscapes that leave one amazed and humbled. The terrain certainly changes as one drives from...

 

Kat's Kitchen Offers Great Food For the Whole Family

Hungry? For some great food in a family atmosphere, try Kat's Kitchen at the Elks Lodge in Sidney. Owner Kirsten Traylor cooks up mouthwatering breakfast foods, and a soup and salad bar on her buffet...

 

VS Inc. Makes Farming Work with Trust & Co-operation

The Steinbeisser family of Sidney, encompassing three generations, makes their huge farming and ranching operation work using mutual trust and co-operation. Brothers Jim, Don Jr., Craig, and their...

 

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