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North Dakota Paddlefish Snagging Season Opens May 1

North Dakota's 2019 paddlefish snagging season opens May 1 and is scheduled to continue through May 21. However, depending on the overall harvest, an early in-season closure may occur with a 24-hour n...

 

Young Animals In Spring: If You Care, Please Leave Them There

(HELENA) - Each spring, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife. FWP advises against this practice for several reasons....

 

E-rase Your E-waste Set For May 3-4 In Sidney, May 4 In Fairview

It’s that time of year again! Let us help you clean out your closets this spring! The annual E-rase your E-waste collection event is coming up on Friday and Saturday, May 3-4 in Sidney and Fairview (Saturday morning only) and everyone is invited...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    News    April 17, 2019

MonDak Illustrator to Participate in Art & Wine Walk

MonDak area illustrator Jeanne Bowman will be showcasing her work at Books on Broadway at the Williston Downtowners Association's Art & Wine Walk. Bowman is a 2010 graduate of Rocky Mountain...

 

McKenzie County Approved For Emergency Conservation Program (ECP)

Farmers and ranchers who suffered severe damage due to the flooding that occurred along the Yellowstone River Valley may be eligible for assistance under the Emergency Conservation Program (ECP) administered by the McKenzie County Farm Service Agency...

 

E-rase Your E-waste Dates Set For 2019; Flood Damaged Items Accepted With Conditions

Save the dates! E-rase your E-waste organizers in Sidney have announced the dates for their annual spring and fall collection events, and this year Fairview is renewing its spring collection effort...

 

Letter to the Editor: Legislature Enters Final Month

The past two weeks have been some of the biggest weeks in the House during the session. Contentious bills we took up in the House included Representative Buttrey’s Medicaid Reform and Integrity...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    April 3, 2019

Emergency Management Making the Best of Yellowstone Flooding

The recent flooding of the Yellowstone River has been the worst in memory for many in Richland County, Montana and McKenzie County, North Dakota. With roads shut down due to flooding and residents sti...

 

Sidney Woman Makes Initial Court Appearance In Infant Death Case

Sidney, MT – Sasha Marie Hinds, 30, made her initial appearance in court in Sidney at 10 a.m., March 29. Hinds appeared before Sidney City Court Judge Luke Savage who advised Hinds of the charges ag...

 
 By Jody Wells    News    April 3, 2019

Richland County Assessing Effects of Area Flooding

Richland County Commissioners held a meeting on March 29 to discuss the current status of flooding in the county. Although there was some subsequent flooding of county roads and five reported homes, Richland Country did not receive as much damage as...

 

Yellowstone Marketplace Opens "Archer's Antiques"

Yellowstone Marketplace, downtown Sidney is always re-inventing itself to better serve its clientele. They recently opened a new antique store called "Archer's Antiques" in honor of Arch Ellwein who...

 

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Assessing Flood Damage

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation conducted an aerial survey earlier this week to assess damage to laterals and pumps caused by the devastating floods. According to project manager James Brower, most of...

 

Richland County Cooperator of the Year 2018-19

Each year the conservation district presents an award to an individual or entity that enhances conservation. We rotate the award between range conservation and irrigation. Irrigation is highlight for...

 

Sidney Woman Makes Initial Court Appearance In Infant Death Case

Sidney, MT – Sasha Marie Hinds, 30, made her initial appearance in court in Sidney at 10 a.m., March 29. Hinds appeared before Sidney City Court Judge Luke Savage who advised Hinds of the charges ag...

 

N.D. Governor Doug Burgum Declares Statewide Emergency In Preparation For Spring Flooding, Tours Flood-Affected Area In Western N.D.

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum declared a statewide flood emergency in preparation for the threat of significant spring flooding across North Dakota, as state agencies gathered to begin...

 

Burgum, Emergency Services Officials Surveyed Flood-Affected Areas Along Yellowstone River

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum and emergency services officials toured flood-affected areas along the Yellowstone River in western North Dakota and eastern Montana on Wednesday and met with resid...

 
 By Dianne Swanson    News    March 27, 2019

Ames Construction Receives Notice To Proceed With Fish Bypass Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a Notice to Proceed to Ames Construction last week to allow work on the concrete weir and fish bypass at Intake. The long delay has been due to the bid complaint filed by American Southwest Electrical, which...

 

Highway 200 Closed From Cartwright To Highway 58 Junction

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have CLOSED Highway 200 near Cartwright (mile point 2) to the Highway 58 Junction until further...

 

LYIP Land Owner Consent Forms In The Mail, Immediate Response is Critical

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project has mailed land owner consent forms to owners of irrigated fields on the west side of the main canal within the Savage and LYIP Irrigation districts in order to get irrigation water rights officially recognized...

 

Legislative Report

Greetings from Helena. We finished Legislative Day 60 on Saturday. SB 137, my Ag fuel bill, was signed by Governor Bullock on March 21. It will become effective on July 1, 2019. HB 2, the budget, will probably be heard in the Senate this week. This...

 

LYIP Land Owner Consent Forms In The Mail, Immediate Response is Critical

Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project has mailed land owner consent forms to owners of irrigated fields on the west side of the main canal within the Savage and LYIP Irrigation districts in order to get irrigation water rights officially recognized...

 

Ames Construction Receives Notice To Proceed With Fish Bypass Project

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued a Notice to Proceed to Ames Construction today to allow work on the concrete weir and fish bypass at Intake. The long delay has been due to the bid complaint filed by American Southwest Electrical, which has...

 

Richland County Cooperator of the Year 2018-19

Each year the conservation district presents an award to an individual or entity that enhances conservation. We rotate the award between range conservation and irrigation. Irrigation is highlight for...

 

Your Boots On The Hill: Agriculture Fares Well In First Half Of The Montana Legislative Session

With last week’s transmittal deadline marking the half-way point of the 66th Montana Legislature, it’s only fitting that we provide an update on the first half of the session. By and large, agriculture has fared well during the uphill stretch....

 

Legislative Report

Greetings from Helena! We finished week 7, another snowy week, and are looking forward to the transmittal break. All non-fiscal bills must be moved from one house to the other by March 1st. I heard some troubling news this week for Richland County an...

 

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