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Memorable Hunting Trips Captured Forever

The love of hunting has taken Dr. John Herr from Australia to Zimbabwe and the proof of his success is displayed artfully in his rural Williston home. He enjoys the finding and the taking of the...

 

Beet Harvest Wraps Up

It has been a rocky harvest with rain, snow and frost slowing progress on what should have been an excellent tonnage crop. However, good weather has provided good digging recently and beet harvest is...

 

Pulse Crop Farming Proves Rewarding for Girard Area Family

Ryan Kopp and his father, Ron, have found success farming pulse crops on the family farm. Ron's parents grew up in the Girard area, and Ron returned in 1981 to farm with Bill Lewis. Ryan followed...

 

The Wisness Farm and Ranch

In 1903 Andrew Wisness staked his claim on a piece of land seven miles north of Keene, North Dakota. He began farming his quarter then passed the farm on to his son Lester. Now 115 years later, that p...

 

Savage Beet Farmer Grateful for Industry

Savage's Alex McPherson is grateful for his family's success in the beet farming industry. McPherson is a fourth generation beet farmer, delving into farming following his 2006 graduation from Savage...

 

Kids Learn About Local Foods

Kale? Chard? Kohlrabi? Most adults say "eww" when offered those foods. Offer them to kids and the "eww" is just a bit louder! That was the reaction at the Boys & Girls Club last Wednesday when...

 

Sugar Beet Decorating Contest

The Roundup held it's 15th annual beet decorating contest last week, and as always, the kids did a fantastic job of turning a rather ugly beet into something charming, and fun. Special thanks go to...

 

Grain Yields Up, Prices Low Says Nortana Grain Company

Nortana Grain Company, founded in 1939, buys and sells numerous agricultural commodities and has a long-established presence in Eastern Montana. As a premier marketer for agricultural commodities, Nor...

 

Montana Author Uses Superhero Books to Teach Kindness, Creativity

Montana author Ryan Acra is amidst a book tour for his book series, Sugarbeet Falls, teaching kindness and creativity to students both across Montana and the nation. The Sugarbeet Falls book series...

 

Hagler Brothers Find Early Season Success

Savage brothers Chase and Tanner Hagler closed out their hunting season by landing a large buck each within the first four days of hunting season. The brothers began hunting at only age 15, when...

 

Reminder in the Field this Hunting Season:

Although most hunters respect the land, property, and wildlife they are hunting, many others do not. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks would like to remind hunters and all outdoor enthusiasts to be good stewards of the land, and respect both private...

 

Educator Workshop in Miles City to Explore "Prairie Ecosystems"

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a "Prairie Ecosystems" educator workshop on Thursday, Oct. 18 in Miles City at Miles Community College Room 106 from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. There is no fee...

 

2018 Montana Pheasant Hunting Outlook

Montana is experiencing a large decline in conservation reserve program acreage along the northern tier of the state, which may have an impact on hunting experiences in Regions 4 and 6. CRP is a program that pays landowners to remove environmentally...

 

Trapping Advisory Committee to Meet Oct. 6-7

The Montana Trapping Advisory Committee will hold its third meeting Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6 and 7 in Miles City at the Sleep Inn & Suites, 1006 S. Haynes Ave. Saturday’s meeting will start at 9 a.m., and Sunday’s meeting will start at 8 a.m....

 

Recipes To Make Your School Year Lunches Fast And Delicious

(BPT) - The school year is underway once again and for you the race is on. If you've been down this road before, then you know these nine months feel like a full-blown sprint where you are constantly...

 

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...

 

When Is The Best Time To Plant?

Like it or not, the changing of foliage, the coolness of the nights and the dampness of the air as I write this, are all signs that fall is upon us.  People often ask us "when is the best time to...

 

Space and Comfort Highlight McNutt Home

Karen and Walt McNutt's new home in northwest Sidney is spacious, warm and inviting. As an older couple, they worked with general contractor M&S Builders to design a home that would accommodate their...

 

10 Ways To Beef Up Your Tailgating Game

(BPT) - The leaves are turning, the temperature is dropping and tailgaters are coming out in droves to support their favorite team - but more importantly, show off their grilling skills with beef as...

 

The Long Road To LYIP Victory

It's been a long and frustrating road for the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project and federal agencies attempting to save the endangered pallid sturgeon while maintaining reliable irrigation water...

 

Richland County Commissioners Reflect On The LYIP Victory

The Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project, which diverts water from the Yellowstone River to nearby thirsty farms along the river that need irrigation to grow profitable crops, is made possible by the...

 

Montana-Dakota Beet Growers Association Happy with Court Ruling on Intake Project

Kjeld Jonsson, a Savage area beet farmer and current president of the Montana-Dakota Beet Growers Association, is glad to forge forward following the July court ruling in favor of local farmers....

 

Eli Young Band and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band to Headline Richland County Fair

The Richland County Fair and Rodeo concert-goers will spend Saturday, August 4th moving and grooving to music by the Eli Young Band, featuring special guest the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Fair &...

 

Petting Zoo, Pony Rides Back At The Fair

Freckle Farm Petting Zoo and Pony Rides will be coming to the Richland County Fair again this year. They came two years ago with their petting zoo, pony rides, and turkey races after meeting fair boar...

 

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