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Eyebrows 101

One of the newest trends in the beauty world seems to be getting bigger and more popular. I'm sure you've heard of microblading or brow powdering. But do you know the nitty gritty about it? Microbladi...

 

Is It Time To Take A Trip To The Chiropractor? 

Almost everyone has experienced some type of back or neck pain in their lives. For some people, the pain subsides after a few days, but for others, the pain can persist for weeks, months, and...

 

Top Ten Things To Know About The Library Remodel And Renovation

The Sidney-Richland County Library underwent a complete renovation in 2019, providing better access to patrons and more space for programming. Prior to renovations, the Library consisted of a...

 

Sidney Health Center Completes Clinic And Cancer Care Remodels

In 2019, Sidney Health Center completed an 18-month remodel project at the clinic to accommodate more medical providers and improve utilization of the mid-70s design. The $5.7 million construction...

 

Boys & Girls Clubs Get New Home

On April 1, 2019, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the MonDak – Richland Unit moved into their long-awaited new home across from Central Elementary School in Sidney. After receiving the historic...

 

Sidney High School Track & Field Gets Update and New Name

The Sidney High School track received much needed renovations in 2019 with updates to the football field scheduled for 2020. The new track has been completed except for the painted lane lines that...

 

JustServe.org Members Support Local Needs

On October 13 several communities in Eastern MT participated in a JustServe.org Community Day of Service. In Sidney around 50 members of JustServe.org, split into three groups around the community,...

 

Richland County Transportation Has New Facility

The old National Guard armory located on west Holly Street is the new facility for Richland County Transportation and the Commission on Aging. Director, Jody Berry, is glad to be moved in to the...

 

Rangers Jr. Gold Team Wins State Tournament

The Richland Rangers Jr. Gold hockey team took first place at the state tournament in Langdon, ND with a win over Fargo by a score of 6-3 on March 3. The Rangers High School Girls team placed 3rd at...

 

2019 Harvest Wrap Up

I cannot accurately explain the 2019 harvest season because this is a public paper and the use of profanity is not allowed. To put it as politely as I possibly can, I think I will use the adjective...

 

American Harvest Inc. Hemp and CBD Processing Plant Opens Near Sidney

American Harvest Inc. began processing hemp and CBD extraction in June 2019 at the former Chaznline location at the junction of Highways 201 and 16 northwest of Sidney. They hope to develop hemp...

 

State Track And Field Champions

(Left to right) Katie Berglund, Carter Hughes and Wyatt Heringer all brought home the State Championship title in their respective fields. Katie took first in girl's pole vault, Wyatt in boy's pole...

 

Sidney Wrestlers Win Back to Back State Titles

The Eagles earned the top spot at the 2019 MHSA State Championships in Billings on Feb. 9. The team scored a total of 310.5 points beating the second place Havre team that scored 170 and third place...

 

Chronic Wasting Disease Case Reported In Deer Gun Hunting Unit 4B

Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has unfortunately become increasingly more prevalent in North Dakota. The first case of CWD in North Dakota was reported in 2009 when a mule deer buck located in southwestern North Dakota tested positive for the disease....

 

Hunters, Use Caution On Roadways

With wet conditions abating enough to allow many North Dakota producers to start or continue row crop harvest, the State Game and Fish Department reminds hunters to avoid parking along roadways or field approaches where vehicles could block travel...

 

CWD Surveillance Continues

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2019 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease from units in more than half of the state. Samples from hunter-harvested...

 

Beet Harvest Progressing

As of Friday, October 18, Sidney Sugars agricultural manager Duane Peters estimated beet harvest at a third complete with some growers at 10% and others at 50%. The biggest factor in the disparity is...

 

16th Annual Harvest Festival October 23 To November 2

Agriculture is the backbone of the MonDak region and it's time to celebrate this year's harvest with The Roundup's 16th annual Harvest Festival October 23 through November 2. Make It With Sugar Whip...

 

Staffansons Continue To Share Their Love For Agriculture From Generation To Generation

Scott Staffanson began farming in 1984 when he and his dad rented a farm. Thirty-five years later, he still carries on the farming tradition. This time he farms where his grandfather, Jesse...

 

Sugar Beet Decorating Winners

The Roundup held its 16th annual beet decorating contest last week and, as usual, the kids did an amazing job of turning a sugar beet into something fun. Special thanks go to Tim Neu and his staff at...

 

Farm Bureau Convention Workshops Tackle Challenges And Current Issues

Montana Farm Bureau members attending the organization’s 100th Annual Convention November 11-14 in Billings will have the opportunity to attend a variety of informative workshops. Those workshops will cover current topics of interest to farmers...

 

Oilseed Growers Petition MDA to Create Advisory Committee

Helena, MT – The Montana Department of Agriculture (MDA) has received a verified petition from 25 Montana oilseed growers to create an advisory committee.  MDA will hold a listening session to receive additional grower input regarding the...

 

Beet Harvest, Contracts and Exchange Visitors

After being delayed a couple of weeks due to excess moisture, sugar beet harvest started in the afternoon of Monday, October 7 at the Scott Buxbaum farm north of Fairview. As both a grower and...

 

Montana FSA: USDA Opens 2020 Enrollment For Agriculture Risk Coverage And Price Loss Coverage Programs

Washington – Agricultural producers now can enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs – two U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) safety net programs – for the 2020 crop year. Meanwhile, producers who...

 

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