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Deer Mortality Caused By EHD Allows Whitetail Hunters To Seek Refunds

Based on continuing reports of white-tailed deer mortality in western North Dakota caused by epizootic hemorrhagic disease, the state Game and Fish Department is allowing hunters with whitetail licenses in units 3D1, 3D2, 3E1, 3E2, 3F1, 3F2, 4A, 4B,...

 

Hunters Encouraged to Have Deer Tested for CWD

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2020 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease from units in the western third of the state. Samples from hunter-harvested...

 

First Hunting Trip? Preparation Is Key

I was 41 years old the first time I went hunting. I grew up on the central coast of California. Hunting wasn't an integral part of life, nor was it a frequent topic of conversation around the supper...

 

Application Period Opens Nov. 2 For Recreation Grant Programs

Helena – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will begin accepting grant applications for four recreation grant programs on Monday, Nov. 2, at 12 p.m. via the online system at funding.mt.gov. Applications for the Recreational Trails Program, the Off-High...

 

Hunters Can Help Prevent Spread of AIS

Hunters who use boats to access waterfowl or big game hunting areas can help prevent aquatic invasive species from infesting Montana’s wetlands, rivers and lakes. The three steps of Clean, Drain, Dry greatly minimize the risk of spreading invasive...

 

Young Sidney Sugars Agriculturists Work Hard To Ensure Harvest Runs Smoothly

During the busy time of harvest, Agriculturists at Sidney Sugars Inc. work extra hard to help ensure that things are running smoothly at area beet receiving stations. Two of the newest agriculturists...

 

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Expanded To Other Commodities

President Trump and USDA Secretary Perdue have announced a second round of aid through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). Up to $14 billion will be used to help farmers devastated by the economic disaster caused by the COVID-19...

 

USDA Issues $1.68 Billion In Payments To Producers Enrolled In Conservation Reserve Program

Washington - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is issuing $1.68 billion in payments to agricultural producers and landowners for the 21.9 million acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), which provides annual rental payment...

 

MSU-EARC Continues To Perfect Sugar Beet Research

The Montana State University Eastern Agricultural Research Center has been harvesting sugar beet plots since Monday, Sept. 21. Chengci Chen, MSU EARC superintendent and cropping systems agronomist,...

 

Sugar Beet Decorating Contest

The Roundup held their 17th Annual Sugar Beet Decorating Contest Oct. 13 at Neu's SuperValu, Fairview. Special thanks to Neu's SuperValu and Powder Keg for sponsoring the event....

 

NRCS Sets Conservation Program Funding Application Cutoff For Nov. 17

Bozeman – The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Montana has set a Nov. 17, 2020, application cutoff for agricultural operators to be considered for the next conservation program funding cycle. The cutoff date applies to the...

 

Niehenke Welding Honors Rocky Norby's Memory With A Touching Tribute

For over 40 years, Norby, Inc. has been a loyal customer of Niehenke Welding, Sidney. The welding company has always done special projects for Norby but more recently Stan and Ross Rosaaen of...

 

McKenzie County 4-H'ers Participate In ND 4-H Air Rifle Championships

Five McKenzie County 4-H'ers participated in the first State 4-H Air Rifle Match conducted in their home counties. Gwen and John Signalness, children of Katie and Wade Signalness, Watford City,...

 

Enrollment Begins For Agriculture Risk Coverage & Price Loss Coverage Programs For 2021

Washington, Oct. 14 - Agricultural producers can now make elections and enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs for the 2021 crop year. The signup period opened Tuesday, Oct. 13. These key U.S. Department...

 

Moving Houseplants Indoors-Summer Vacation Is Over For Your Plants

Every year at the first signs of fall temperatures begin to dip and we can start to expect the occasional overnight frost. This reminds us that winter will soon be here. It's time to start thinking...

 

3 Essential Tips To Keep Families Healthy This Fall

(BPT) - For many families across America, fall is viewed as a time to reset and create new rituals, especially with key moments like back-to-school. We all know common routines have been disrupted...

 

Falling Into Home Safety

(BPT) - While the crisp autumn air signals the change of seasons, it also brings fire safety risks associated with fall activities, such as getting cozy around a campfire and burning candles. While...

 

Carlson New Custom Built Home

Picking up the pieces after a fire is a challenging and emotional task for any homeowner, Billy and Sheri Carlson needed to do just that following a recent fire in their home at Tobacco Gardens on...

 

Racing: A Weekend Hobby For Dennis Breivik II

Dennis Breivik II, from Williston, races the No. "11B" racecar in the IMCA Hobby Stock Classification. He has been racing since 2015. "This year will mark the end of my fifth year of racing," added Br...

 

Hunting: A Family Tradition for the Thiels

Chuck Thiel comes from a long line of hound hunters. His family has been raising and hunting with hound dogs for over 80 years!  "My dad was a hound guy, and so was my grandpa and great-grandpa,"...

 

Flattening The Curve On Chronic Wasting Disease

It's cool this morning. There is a different feel to the air. The days are slowly getting shorter, my bird dogs are getting restless and I am listening for that first bugle of a bull elk down in the...

 

Montana FWP Offering Free Online Courses For Hunter Bowhunter Education Students

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is offering online hunter and bowhunter education courses this year in response to social distancing requirements and restrictions on group gatherings related to COVID-19. To take the online hunter education courses,...

 

Fun Things To Do This Summer Watford City, Sidney, Williston

COVID-19 has put a damper on many activities, but there are still plenty of family fun events to take in. Watford City Thursdays - Sept. 3 – Watford Market, 5:30-7:30 p.m., 501 7th St SE. Visit...

 

Cool Down on Hot Summer Days with Hard Serve Ice Cream

Summer days can be especially hot in August. Wearing a mask out in this weather can make things even worse. Luckily local businesses in the area provide some hard serve ice cream options to provide...

 

API Hole-In-One Winner

The MonDak API Golf Tournament was held June 26 & 27. Chapter President Terry Williams (left) presents Bruce Prevost a check for $10,000 for winning the hole-in-one prize. (Photo...

 

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