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New Officials Elected in 2018

Matthew Johansen unseated incumbent sheriff of McKenzie County, Gary Schwartzenberger, and did so by a wide margin with 2,496 votes accounting for 60.89 percent of the votes cast, Johansen's win...

 

Promiseland Project: America's Front Porch

The Promiseland Project kicked off its nationwide America's Front Porch event in Watford City on October 14. The event held three discussion panels focusing on education, workforce development and...

 

Community Comes Together to Help Those Inpacted by Tornado

The storm that rocked Watford City on July 10 ended with the fatality of a young child, critically injured nine people and hurt more than a dozen others. It also left parts of Watford City in...

 

Long X Arts Foundation Brings More Art to Watford City in 2018

The Long X Arts Foundation in Watford City celebrated 2018 as a year of growth, offering a record amount of programs and art opportunities for our community. The Arts Foundation believes that collabor...

 

Economic Development Outlook Positive For 2019

The prospects for a good financial year in McKenzie County and the surrounding region is hopeful, according to Daniel Stenberg who serves as the Economic Development Coordinator for McKenzie County....

 

New Watford City Businesses in 2018

(Not pictured): Also opening in 2018 were clothing store Miss Willow’s Nest at 360 North Main and health minded restaurant Metanoia located in the former Dakotan Restaurant location at 604 2nd...

 

Dennis Becomes Champion

Watford City wrestler Connor Dennis defeated Pembina County North's Carter Brown to win the championship at 195 pounds during the State Class B Wrestling Tournament in February 2018. (Photo...

 

Anytime Fitness Enjoying Early Success

Anytime Fitness opened mid November to area residents eager to improve their fitness level. Open 24 hours a day with the equipment and coaching to help clients reach their goals, the facility has...

 

Foundation Celebrates 25 Years of Cornerstone Events

The Foundation for Community Care celebrated the silver anniversary of two of its most popular events in 2018, and established several new community initiatives directed at supporting healthcare in...

 

Community Celebrates LYIP Court Victory

The Community celebrated the long awaited Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project's court victory with a parade and picnic in August. With the LYIP attorney as parade marshal, and anything from horses...

 

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...

 

Sidney School District Continues to Grow and Improve

2018 has been a productive year for Sidney Public Schools. Several facility improvements, educational enhancements, updates, and other changes have come along for the benefit of the students, staff, a...

 

Sidney Continues To Make Infrastructure Improvements As Year Transitions

Sidney has had a busy year of infrastructure improvement to utilities and highways, and there's likely more to come in 2019. The Roundup reached out to Rick Norby, the mayor of Sidney, to talk about...

 

Domino's Pizza to Open December 27

Happy People Pizza LLC, other wise known as Domino's Pizza, will open its doors Thursday, December 27 at the Shops at Fox Run, Highway 200 N. Sidney. The tantalizing aroma of pizza, hand tossed, deep...

 

O'Reilly Auto Parts Store Off To A Good Start In Sidney

In just a couple short weeks, Sidney Montana will have had an O'Reilly Auto Parts Store for an entire year. They opened their doors on Tuesday, January 2, 2018, with only three full-time team members...

 

Hughes Brothers Bring Home State Track & Field Titles

Sidney High School track athletes Garrison and Carter Hughes brought home three state titles at the MT State Track & Field meet in Laurel on May 25-26. SHS junior Carter Hughes (currently a...

 

Sidney High School Wrestling Team Places 1st at State with Two Individual Champions

The Sidney High School wrestling team ended their season on top of the podium at the All Class State Wrestling Tournament in Billings. The Eagles soared into first place on Friday 16 points ahead of t...

 

B&B Rentals Provides the Equipment You Need

Roger Byer opened B&B Rental in March 2018 to fill a need in the community for rental equipment of all kinds and the business has been growing steadily ever since. B&B Rental Manager Stacy Kober says...

 

Thee Beautique Opens In Sidney

Feel beautiful with a new outfit, hairstyle and pretty toes after a visit to Thee Beautique in Sidney. Owners Skyler Melby Scheetz and Megan Beyer pooled their talents and personalities to create a...

 

Sidney Mercantile Shows Steady Growth, Changes Locations

Since opening Sidney Mercantile in August, owner Chris Entzel has seen her store double in size, growing from 27 to over 64 vendors offering a huge variety of items from the MonDak region. There is a...

 

Burger King Opens in Sidney

Burger King is now open for business at 416 N. Central at the Shops at Fox Run from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Sidney was chosen for their newest restaurant because of the excellent location on Highway...

 

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...

 

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