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Sidney Young Professionas conduct tour of new lagoon, waste water treatment plant
The Sidney Young Professionals hosted a tour of the new lagoon and waste water treatment plant [WWTP] that was open to the public and called the event “Waste” An Evening with SYP on Thursday.Led by Public Works director Jeff Hintz, the group got a first-hand look at how everything works. SYP member
Paving begins along Sidney to Fairview roadway
Construction crews will begin paving along Highway 200 the week of Sept. 17 as part of the ongoing Sidney to Fairview Roadway Improvement Project. Paving is the last phase of the project to be completed this fall before work ceases for the winter months.Work will begin on the north end of the roadwa
Commissioners provide insight into government during time in classroom
“If we do move forward with that, we need to take public comment. That could be tough,” Gorder said. “We haven’t moved any further ahead with that, it was just discussion.”
Snow In The 10-Day Forecast For Montana, Wyoming, and Canada!
The 10 day forecast is calling for snow in Montana, Wyoming, and Canada but don’t be surprised if you see dustings in California, Idaho, and Oregon as well. Montana residents could see upwards of a foot by Friday morning at high elevations.WOOHOO!
At Least 40 Montana Sexual or Violent Offenders at Wrong Address After Check
Sexual and violent offenders in Montana are required to register their addresses with the state, so that the public knows whether or not their neighbors are a risk factor, but making sure theSexual and Violent Offender Registryis up to date is a complicated business. Bureau Chief Gary Seder with the
Second half lifts Fairview over Broadus
After a tough first half, Fairview broke away for a 68-26 home football win over conference foe Broadus on Friday night.The Warriors led by only a 28-26 half-time margin but outscored Broadus, 40-0, in the second half.Fairview’s two touchdowns of the opening quarter were scored by Cody Asbeck on a 2
Montana Parents Must Pay to Watch High School Matches | Golf Channel
The MSHSA has amended the ruleaccording to the Montana Sidney Herald, allowing spectators as long as they turn cell phones off, stay at least 40 yards away from players and refrain from offering advice. But they'll also have to fork over some cash, as spectators will be asked to pay $10 in exchange
Montana Brown can't Bear reality show host Grylls
Speaking on Jamie Laing’s ‘Private Parts’ podcast, she added: "It’s not like reality shows where you’re with your friends and people are the same age, girls and guys, and it’s fun.
New flight to give travelers more options
United airlines announced Friday that they will be adding an additional flight from Williston to Denver beginning on Jan. 7, 2019. This will be the carrier's fourth flight connecting Williston to Denver, and will arrive at 10:50 a.m. and depart for Denver at 12:15 p.m.
Grizzly Bear killed in train collision in northwestern Montana | East Idaho News
KALISPELL, Montana — A male grizzly bear was killed in a train collision earlier this week on the railroad tracks near West Glacier, Montana.
School plans to rent former bank building
While discussing the possibility of the agreement, trustee David Seitz stressed that the building provides a great opportunity for alternative education classes to have desired privacy and enough space. “We’re looking for more room to educate kids,” Seitz said.
Montana State’s Wilson, Rizzo Sweep Big Sky Weekly Honors
OGDEN, Utah– Montana State swept the Player of the Week honors asEvi WilsonandAllyssa Rizzowere recognized by the conference office. Wilson was named the Offensive Player of the Week, while Rizzo earned defensive accolades.
Montana Tech’s Sabrina Hopcroft named Frontier Conference defender of the week
Hopcroft, a 5-foot-7 junior libero, averaged six digs per set. She recorded a 95 percent serving percentage with one ace.
Gazette opinion: Success for Montana's students begins with preschool
Governor Steve Bullock reads a book and asks questions of students in a STARS preschool class at Explorers Academy on Tuesday, March 27, 2018.
This Scenic Road Trip Takes You To All 7 Wonders Of Montana
Day 1: Flathead LakeAlways Shooting / FlickrNot only is Flathead Lake breathtaking, it also happens to be the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. Start your journey here and spend the day on a boat tour, relaxing by the lake, or exploring one of the lakeside towns, like Polson.
Why did Montana Brown quit? - The real reason she left Celebrity Island!
The former Love Island star left the survival series in controversy – but why? And what exactly happened?
Eagles edge Glendive in overtime
It took some extra work, but Sidney emerged with a 20-16 overtime victory at Glendive in Eastern A football action on Friday.The game was decided when sophomore Riley Waters battled in from the two on Sidney’s third offensive play in overtime.“Just complete happiness,” Sidney quarterback Cooper McGl
Largest Montana oilseed crush plant, refinery center nears finish line
The largest oilseed processing plant, storage and refinery facilities in Montana will be completed soon, but won't begin full-scale operations until 2019.“We are putting in the last of the equipment and finishing some plumbing and wiring in the new facilities,” said Andrew Long, merchandiser at Mont
CBS Poll: Missouri, Montana Senate races in dead heats
The Cook Political Report, a nonpartisan handicapper, rates the Missouri race as a "toss-up" and the Montana race as "likely Democrat." FiveThirtyEight, meanwhile, gives Tester about an 88 percent chance to win his race and McCaskill about a 71 percent chance to win hers.
Montana photographer sues Netflix for copyright infringement
Sean R. Heavey says Netflix used his photo entitled,The Mothership, which shows a giant storm cloud in the Montana sky inStranger ThingsandHow it Ends.