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 By Anna Dragseth    News    October 21, 2020 

Watford City Rough Rider Center To Offer A Fun Filled Day Oct. 24

On Saturday, Oct. 24, the Rough Rider Center will be hosting its 3rd Annual Fall Festival. The event will start at 11 a.m. with a vendor show, concessions, fall photo ops, carnival games, wagon...

 
 By Jacklyn Damm    News    October 21, 2020 

Red Ribbon Week Oct. 23-31

Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness campaign that millions of people celebrate. Red Ribbon Week started after the death of Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who in...

 
 By Angie Moe    News    October 21, 2020 

Trail Of Treats Watford City Canceled

We will always have our community’s health and well-being at the heart of our decisions, and as Governor Burgum has now moved McKenzie County’s COVID-19 status to Code Orange “high risk” level, we have made the hard decision to cancel this...

 
 By Kristine Gifford    News    October 21, 2020 

Second Annual Day of Service Held Sept. 12, Glendive

Despite COVID-19 restrictions and while following state and local guidelines, congregations of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout eastern Montana volunteered their time on...

 
 By Don Smies    News    October 21, 2020 

One Distraction Can Steal Your Reaction

Basically, "distracted driving" is a catch-all phrase for anything that diverts a driver's attention from safely operating the motor vehicle. Such distractions can include anything from eating and...

 

Burgum Announces Changes To County Risk Levels, Recommended Gathering Sizes To Slow COVID-19

Bismarck - With active COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in North Dakota, Gov. Doug Burgum has announced updates to the ND Smart Restart guidelines to help reverse the trend and reduce the spread of coronavirus in communities.  “We can better...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    News    October 21, 2020 

(Updated October 22, 2020) Richland County COVID-19 Case Update

The Richland County Health Department is announcing ten additional positive cases of COVID-19 in a Richland County resident, and the release of 11 individuals from isolation. The total case count is...

 

North Dakota Department of Health Takes Action to Prioritize Faster Results on COVID-19 Tests

Gov. Doug Burgum and the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) today announced changes to the state’s contact tracing process to more quickly notify individuals who test positive for COVID-19. North Dakota added 400 contact tracers and case...

 

Carlson Counseling Center LLC In Sidney Now Open

Charlotte Carlson MS, LCPC recently opened Carlson Counseling Center LLC in Sidney. She is a Sidney native. Carlson has ten plus years of experience in mental health counseling that has included...

 

As COVID Surges, Health Officials Try To Balance Public Buy-In With Stricter Measures

Montana has set multiple new records for COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the past week, and now ranks among the top states in the nation in daily new cases per capita. Hospitals in some of Montana’s largest cities are at or near capacity,...

 
 By Don Smies    News    October 14, 2020

So Little Time, So Many Multi-Taskers

These days, people are bombarded with devices that can help accomplish more in less time. With people spending an average of about 75 minutes in their vehicles every day, unfortunately, other activities-from talking to the kids to eating dinner-...

 

Melby Joins Stockman Bank As Commercial Loan Officer

Sidney – Veronica Melby has joined Stockman Bank as a commercial loan officer for the Sidney market. Her responsibilities include developing and servicing commercial loans, as well as assisting clients with their lending and credit needs. Melby...

 
 By Kelly Reisig    News    October 14, 2020

Deadline For Census Contest Extended

Sidney - The deadline for the Census Contest has been extended to Oct. 31! Thanks to an Instagrant from the @LOR Foundation, 12 lucky people will win $100 in Sidney Chamber Bucks! Entering is easy! All you have to do is text a picture of the...

 

Governor Bullock Directs $200M in Coronavirus Relief Funds to Boost UI Trust Fund, Lower Fees for Montana Businesses

MONTANA – Governor Steve Bullock today announced he is directing $200 million in state Coronavirus Relief Funds to effectively double the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund and prevent the thousands of Montana businesses who pay into unemployment...

 

Burgum Announces Changes To County Risk Levels, Recommended Gathering Sizes To Slow COVID-19

Oct. 14 - Bismarck - With active COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in North Dakota, Gov. Doug Burgum today announced updates to the ND Smart Restart guidelines to help reverse the trend and reduce the spread of coronavirus in communities.  “We...

 
 By Toni Zieske    News    October 7, 2020

New Recruits Needed For Richland County Ambulance Service

Sidney, MT – Sept. 30 – The Richland County Ambulance Service is looking for compassionate, hard-working, dynamic individuals to become members of its life-saving service. An Emergency Medical...

 
 By Jody Wells    News    October 7, 2020

US House Candidate Kathleen Williams Visits Sidney

Democratic candidate for Montana's US House of Representatives Kathleen Williams visited Sidney Oct. 2. Williams spoke to supporters at Greg Miller's shop near Miller's Corner. She will face serving...

 

2020 General Election Day McKenzie Co. Nov. 3

If you have questions about voting in McKenzie County, you can contact the McKenzie County Auditor by calling, 701-444-3616 or email, [email protected] or visit https://county.mckenziecounty.net/ usrfiles/Nov_2020_Election...

 

The Roundup 17th Annual Harvest Festival Sugar Days Oct. 21-30

Agriculture is the backbone of the MonDak region and it's time to celebrate this year's harvest with The Roundup's 17th annual Harvest Festival Oct. 21-30. Make It With Sugar Whip up your tastiest...

 

2020 Flu Season: Two Reasons To Get Vaccinated

If an apple a day can keep the doctor away, what will a flu vaccine get you? The answer may be better health today and improved odds of maintaining your brain power in the future. The risks posed by the flu are pretty self-evident for older adults....

 

Mental Health Counselor Offers Trauma Informed Therapy

Jenna Phillips, LCPC, is a Licensed Clinical Practicing Counselor located in Sidney. She is currently accepting new patients for in-person (subject to change due to COVID) and video telehealth...

 
 By Caitlin Pallai    News    October 7, 2020

City of Williston Construction Updates

The following are new progress updates regarding ongoing construction projects throughout the City of Williston. Preparation for road striping of the 16th Ave. W and 26th St. intersection and as well as the fully paved 16th Ave. extension began on...

 
 By Chris Aadland    News    October 7, 2020

Court Shoots Down GOP Effort To Block All-Mail Election Option

U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen called the plaintiffs’ claims that voting by mail would lead to widespread fraud “a fiction.” A federal judge rejected a lawsuit brought by Republican groups seeking to halt mail-in voting during Montana’s...

 
 By Don Smies    News    October 7, 2020

Teal Pumpkin Project®

The Teal Pumpkin Project® is a worldwide movement to create a safer, happier Halloween for all kids. Putting a teal pumpkin on your doorstep means you have non-food treats available, such as glow sticks or small toys. This simple act promotes...

 

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