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Never Leave A Child Alone In A Car…"Not Even For A Minute"!

The Montana Children’s Trust Fund’s (MT CTF) “Not Even for a Minute” Campaign encourages parents and caregivers to never leave children unattended in or around vehicles. Leaving a child alone in a vehicle for even a short amount of time can...

 

Turn Your Backyard Into A Safe Space For Healthy Play

(BPT) - As Americans across the country retreat to their homes to help slow the spread of COVID-19, many are rediscovering the value of their yards as places to take in fresh air, engage their...

 

"Get Up To Speed On Motorcycles"

In order to reduce motorcycle crashes and save more lives, Richland County Injury Prevention/ DUI Task Force and Richland County Health Department is teaming up with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety...

 

Cool Off This Summer Exploring North Dakota's Refreshing Waters

The perfect complement to a sunny, hot summer day is by getting out on the cool waters of North Dakota's lakes and rivers. Water lovers have their choices: Escape the crowd in one of Lake Sakakawea's...

 

When Is The Best Time To Plant?

One of the most common questions we receive at the nursery is, "When is the best time to plant?" As I write this, the month of July is drawing to a close and we'll soon be into August. It's...

 

2020 Richland County 4-H Only Fair, Aug. 3-7

The Richland County Fair is an event where youth and their families gather to showcase educational project work, learn through evaluation and make lifelong connection with others. Richland County 4-H...

 

4-H Shines A Light On Sarah Helmuth's Future Career Plan

Sarah Helmuth, Lambert Hi-Litters 4-H Club member, has been participating in 4-H for ten years. "I was born into 4-H! My brother is ten years older than me, so when I was born, he was busy...

 

McPherson Looks Forward To Show Her 4-H Market Animals

Third-year member and secretary of the Yellowstone Valley Trailblazers 4-H Club, Karley McPherson, has been working hard preparing for the upcoming Richland County 4-H market animal show and sale....

 

Richland County Fair To Hold Limited Events

Although the traditional Richland County Fair and Rodeo has been cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns, some of the 4-H and school portions will still be conducted. Richland County 4-H's events will...

 

Marett Schieber Has Earned Top 4-H Livestock Honors

Although only 14 years old, Marett Schieber has a strong history of earning top 4-H livestock honors at the Richland County Fair. Marett became involved in livestock judging about six years ago with...

 

Keller Racing: A Family Driven Sport

Two-time track champion Philip Keller, Sidney, races the No. 9 race car in the IMCA Sport Mod Classification. Keller has been racing for a little over seven years. He started in 2013 racing in the...

 

Mosby Looking Forward To A Successful Racing Season

The 2020 race season at Williston Basin Speedway kicked off on June 12, and there was no one more excited to get out and start racing than second-generation racecar driver, Chaz Mosby. "It was great...

 

Summer Reading Offers Fun And Prizes For Every Age

Richland County residents of every age can sign up for the Sidney-Richland County Library Summer Reading Program. The program will have over 100 prizes up for grabs. We are very proud of this summer tradition at the library. We know that we offer...

 

Pesticide Points Announced For Weed Webinars

In a new arrangement with the Montana Department of Agriculture developed in response to the COVID 19 pandemic, individuals will be able to qualify for MT pesticide applicator points from the comfort of their couch or their pickup. The Montana...

 

Put Garbage Where it Belongs

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds outdoor recreationists to keep it clean this summer by packing out all trash. All garbage, including used fireworks, should be placed in a proper trash receptacle. If trash cans aren’t available,...

 

WMA Regulations Prohibit Fireworks, Camping Restrictions Lifted for Holiday

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds citizens that possession or use of fireworks on state wildlife management areas is prohibited. The primary objective of a wildlife management area is to enhance wildlife production, provide hunting...

 

Planning For A Garden

With days starting to get warmer, you might find yourself wanting to get outside more, and the possibility of starting a garden might have crossed your mind. However, there are some things that you...

 

Add Tropicals to Your Home This Spring

With the season of spring soon upon us many are turning towards vegetable gardening and what they can do outdoors. However, the groups of plants known as "tropicals" or "houseplants" Has become more...

 

How To Keep Your Car On The Road Longer

(BPT) - Did you know that one in four Americans keep their cars for an average of seven years or more? Nearly another third (29%) say they typically own their car for three to four years. With...

 

Local Business Seeking Partners To Help Fill Community Need

For awhile now, a local Sidney business has been contributing a percentage of sales revenue back into the community via a local organization. In February it was for the Angel Fund, which helps out...

 

Caregiving And COVID-19: Tips For People With Vulnerable Family Members

(BPT) - COVID-19 has dramatically shifted daily life for many people around the world. Nobody is immune, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and older adults and individuals...

 

Nurses Have Many Faces And Ranges Of Experience

Stemming from my youth and now my role in handling public relations, marketing, and fundraising for McKenzie County Healthcare Systems (MCHS), I continue to be impressed and amazed with nurses. I've...

 

Tufte Issues Order To Provide Essential Workforce Exemptions For Household Contacts; Urges Employers To Follow Safety Practices

North Dakota State Health Officer Mylynn Tufte issued an order expanding on North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum’s executive order 2020-21 requiring individuals who are family or household contacts to quarantine for 14 days. To align with new CDC...

 

Medical Response Efforts Continue as COVID-19 is Confirmed in Richland County

Since the onset of COVID-19 in the United States, Sidney Health Center has been preparing and implementing procedures to protect healthcare workers, patients, residents and people living in Richland...

 

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