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Sidney’s speech, drama, debate team places at Miles City meet
Competing against 15 schools from across eastern Montana, Sidney’s speech team placed third overall with the debate team dominating the competition in Lincoln Douglas Debate: Sam Stephenson took first, Lorraine Coronato placed fourth and Yarenci Gonzalez was sixth.
Miss Montana Outstanding Teen presents donation to Sidney’s Altacare program
Heck, a senior at Sidney High School, noted the donations have come from both this area and throughout the state. Central Elementary School Principal Sara Romo said the funds will go to resources for Altacare for mental health at Sidney’s two elementary schools.
"It's a Small Town Christmas" in Sidney
The annual Big Bucks loan program started November 1 with over 30 chamber businesses participating. For a $15 fee, applicants can receive up to $1000 upon loan approval at Stockman Bank,YellowstoneBank and Richland Federal Credit Union, with nine months to repay, interest free.
Anytime Fitness Now Open In Sidney
A team that includes a club manager running the day to day operations and a club experience manager who ensures the program is being delivered to every single member, work together to deliver results and success. Full time personal trainers deliver the highest quality workouts available, which are c
Sidney school officials discuss lettering students for academics
If you attend an activity at Sidney High School, you will notice that students wear their letter jackets with pride because of their athletic accomplishments.Thom Barnhart, the school district’s curriculum director, hopes to expand Eagle pride.During this week’s school board committee meetings, Barn
Local physician understands first-hand the journey of having cancer
Once in med school, Adams started studying anatomy. “That was my favorite subject because you get to see inside the body and how it works,” Adams said. “I’m a very visual person,” she said about going into radiology; saying that she enjoys being able to look at X-rays.
District Governor Visits Sidney Kiwanis Club
Montana District Governor Charles Wilson visited theSidneyKiwanis Club last Thursday, spreading his "Service with a smile" message. Wilson is a retried dentist from Glasgow, MT and presented all the members with a travel size toothpaste.
City Council discusses rate increase
It was discussed in the most recent Sidney City Council meeting that the water and sewer rates will be increasing. The council voted on the resolutions of intent to raise the rates in Sidney. Mayor Rick Norby said, “This is something that has to be done, our systems are getting worn out. They’re tir
Comment sought for mining application
DEQ will hold a public meeting on Nov. 15, at 6 p.m., at the Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Sidney located at 1500 S. Central Ave.
EARC researchers to talk about upcoming projects during summit
DNA extraction has the potential to dramatically speed the process up, however, and is among projects plant pathologist Dr. Frankie Crutcher and her staff at the MSU Eastern Agricultural Research Center in Sidney will be working on next year.
Richland Economic Development shares highlights
Members from several different organizations gathered for the event and with Bryce Baker as the emcee throughout the night, he had the audience laughing along with his wit and jokes. Both U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., and U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., wrote letters to be read during the event
Dominos Pizza To Open In Sidney
Twenty years ago, two young men from Cody, WY took a leap of faith and purchased the Dominos pizza store in their hometown. Allan Erwin had been delivering Dominos pizza while attending college in Bozeman, while Bill Leiker was fresh out of the military. With an incredible amount of work and busines
Serving her country: Current local police officer completed two tours in Iraq
Within our community are some of those people who deserve recognition on this special day, one of them being a part of Sidney’s Police Department; Laura Finn. After joining the National Guard in 2003 before she even graduated high school, Finn served on two tours overseas as well as joined the SPD.
Decision to be made regarding football turf
He later said that he understands both sides of the argument, “I see the merits of turf, I really do.”
Fairview Lighting of the Bridge Postponed Until November 18
Due to unfortunate circumstances, theFairviewLighting of the Bridge has been postponed until this Sunday, November 18, beginning at 5 p.m. Enjoy horse and wagon rides with Katelyn Dynneson, visit with Santa, and enjoy chili and hotdogs served up by the FHS Speech and Drama kids for a free will offer
Matthew Johansen Grateful To Win Election, Promises Changes
Matthew Johansen unseated incumbent sheriff ofMcKenzie 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 amounted to an electoral landslide. Johansen had previously served asMcKenzie County's interim sheriff.
Warmer temperatures this week to be followed by another cool-down
The weather is supposed to warm up some through the middle of the week, but even though the official start of winter is more than a month away, the cold isn’t going anywhere.
AmeriCorps member looks forward to time in Sidney
When asked how she came to be a part of AmeriCorps, Van Loon said, “I always enjoyed volunteering growing up.” After hearing about it through a few of her sorority sisters, Van Loon decided it was the right choice for her.
Letters from World War I: newspapers print letters written by...
Newspapers in western North Dakota often printed these letters in their Soldiers’ Letters columns. The editor of the Slope County News at Amidon explained why: “These letters are written mostly within the sound of guns, with the scenes of this greatest of world tragedies right before the authors. T
Great Falls Central downs Fairview, advances to state title game
The Mustangs, paced by versatile junior Cayle Schraner and a stout defense, held off Fairview for a 28-18 Eight-Man state semifinal victory on a chilly afternoon at Memorial Stadium.