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 By Eric Dietrick    News    July 21, 2021 

Reporter's Notebook: Oil Town

Sidney, Montana's Young Professionals chapter put on a conference to showcase their town. Here's what we learned from showing up. Editor's note: As part of MTFP's Long Streets Project, reporter Eric...

 

Center Of North America Controversy Highlighted By Local Historian

Bismarck - North Dakota humanities scholar Clay Jenkinson was featured on CBS Sunday Morning on May 30 in a feature on the search for the geographic center of North America. CBS producer Stephen...

 

Sidney Community Garden Continues To Provide Space For Community To Grow Produce

Since 2014, Sidney has had a community garden that provides a space for individuals to grow fresh produce, learn more about gardening, and to participate in outdoor activities. The idea for the commun...

 

US Representative Matt Rosendale Visits Sidney

Recently elected US House Reprehensive Matt Rosendale visited the Sidney area last week. Rosendale was in town from Feb. 15-17 and visited with area Republicans, toured local businesses and held a Q...

 

Frontier Tires & Glass In Sidney Now Open

Frontier Tires & Glass, Sidney, is now open for business. The new owners are Bryce Dinkelman, Brandon Batty and Joseph Knapp. The shop is located south of Sidney on HWY 16, 2650 South Central...

 

Donald "Don" Stambaugh, 82, Sidney, MT

Funeral services for Donald "Don" Stambaugh, 82, Sidney, MT were held at 10 a.m., Monday, Sept. 14, 2020, Richland County Event Center at the Fairgrounds with Pastor Sione Fungalei, Lonsdale...

 

Help To Save the Maah Daah Hey Trail, July 5-22

Families, individuals, and businesses are invited to help with the annual upkeep of the Maah Daah Hey Trail during July. The nearly month-long event is the second annual Big Push, though the event...

 

The MDHC Announces Upcoming Events March 1 & 2

My Country No More! • Friday, March 1, 7 p.m. Set in Trenton, North Dakota during the rise and fall of the new American oil boom, My Country No More paints an intimate portrait of a rural American community in crisis, forced to confront the...

 

MonDak API Office Holders Give Summary of Oil Industry at Year's End

The American Petroleum Institution (API) is a national trade association that represents the oil and gas industry, with local chapters in oilfield regions throughout the United States. The...

 

McKenzie County Continues Christmas Traditions

The Roundup spoke to Marcia Hellandsaas, the McKenzie County Extension Agent, about how the local area celebrates the Christmas Season in their own unique way. Hellandsaas explained that McKenzie...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 31, 2018

McKenzie County Candidates Answer Questions at Candidates Forum

More than a hundred people gathered at the Rough Rider Center on Monday, October 22, to hear candidates for State Senate and State House of Representatives, McKenzie County Commissioner, and McKenzie...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    October 17, 2018

Katie Paulson And Dori Sparby, McKenzie County Recorder Candidates

McKenzie County has two options on the November ballot for County Recorder. Katie Paulson and Dori Sparby are both competing for the office, and The Roundup was able to speak with both candidates...

 

City of Sidney Gives Tour of New Waste Water Facility

Last Thursday, Public Works Director Jeff Hintz and Mayor Rick Norby took a few curious Sidney residents two miles east of town to view the sewage treatment lagoons. A few years ago the DEQ or...

 

Real Estate Market Remains Strong in Sidney and Watford City

In both Sidney and Watford City, families are settling down and companies are settling in, making the real estate market strong in both areas. In Sidney, the housing market appears to be stabilizing...

 

Oasis Petroleum Vice President of Operations to Keynote at 2018 Bakken Conference & Expo

Produced by BBI International and North American Shale magazine, The Bakken Conference will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the current state of the Bakken shale play. BBI Internati...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    Energy    July 11, 2018

Bakken Conference & Expo to Feature Local Economic Development Updates

Bakken region operators, suppliers, consultants, local officials and many others will convene in Watford City for the three-day Bakken Conference & Expo, beginning on July 16. Among the many...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 23, 2018

Three Candidates Running in Watford City Mayoral Race

Justin Voll, who became mayor in a special election after the departure of Brent Sanford to the office of Lieutenant Governor, is not seeking reelection. Three candidates are vying for the office....

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 16, 2018

Two Candidates Challenge McKenzie County Sheriff Incumbent

Two candidates are challenging McKenzie County Sheriff incumbent, Gary Schwartzenberger. Schwartzenberger has had a controversial term as McKenzie County Sheriff, with a misdemeanor charge of the...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    May 9, 2018

Richland Co. to Vote for Justice Of The Peace June 5

Three candidates are running for Richland County Justice of the Peace. Sidney resident, Judge Luke Savage, Sidney resident, Ross Hall, and Fairview resident, Judge Ray Trumpower are all vying for...

 

Richland County Ambulance Service

Sirens flare, lights blaze and another ambulance flies down the street to someone's aid. It happens way too often and yet, someone is blessed with another chance at life every time. EMS or Emergency...

 

McKenzie County Ambulance Service Meets Important Community Need

The McKenzie County Ambulance Service has remained strong through the oil boom, despite a 328% increase in the number of calls. At the height of the oil boom, in 2014, the Service responded to about...

 

Rural Areas Use Innovative Ways to Ensure Emergency Care

In the last decade, the number of ambulance calls has increased as much as 300% or more in and around McKenzie County, North Dakota. Several of the rural areas in McKenzie County have turned to Quick...

 

Health Department Administrator Co-Authors Peer Reviewed Publication

Richland County Health Department’s administrator Judith LaPan recently co-authored an article in the peer-reviewed journal Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, evaluating strategies for conducting impact assessments in areas affected by oil...

 

Boys & Girls Club of Richland County Looks Forward to 2018 Changes

A lot has changed in the MonDak Region in the post oil-boom period, but perhaps none as substantial as the future expansion of the Boys & Girls Club of Richland County. In November, the Club...

 

Watford City High School Receives Design Award

Two projects by JLG Architects have earned design awards, including the top Honor Award, from the North Dakota Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The awards were presented at the annual AIA North Dakota Awards Conference in Fargo...

 

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