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September 5, 2012
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Wednesday, September 5, 2012
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Volume 38 • Number 29
NDRA Finals Parade of Homes Set for
Rodeo This September 30 in Sidney
Weekend in
Watford City
By Jaimee Green
Roping. Riding. Guts. Glory. Do you really need more of
a hint than that? Well, okay then! Here it goes. It’s rodeo time
in Watford City and that, ol’ partner, is reason enough to
scrape the mud off those cowboys boots, grab your best
duds and mosey on into town to one of the wildest rodeos in
the northwest.
The two-day NDRA Rodeo Finals event will feature the
talents of North Dakotas’ top 12 competitors in nine events,
as they try to become the 2012 NDRA State Champion.
The event is taking place Sept. 7-8 with rodeo action
starting at 7:00 p.m. and will include a Calcutta at the
McKenzie County Fairgrounds inside the indoor arena, followed by a Play in the Dirt Dance. Go-around prizes will be
awarded during the dance to each night’s top contestants.
The beer garden opens Friday at 6:00 p.m.
Other events are scheduled for Saturday including the
Watford City High School Club Rodeo at 9:00 a.m. along
with a team roping event to follow at 10:00 a.m.
The Saturday NDRA Rodeo again starts at 7:00 p.m.
with champions crowned during the evening performance.
Even if you’re an avid rodeo-goer, this particular venue
offers something a little different from your average outdoor
arena. “Watching the rodeo indoors really gets you up close
to the action. Many of these competitors are amateur performers who go professional. When you mix that with some
of the best rodeo stock there is, watching it all from 50 feet
away is really a good time,” said Gene Veeder, a NDRA Rodeo Finals Committee member.
This year, the regional musical talents of Lonesome Willy
will again perform for each night’s dance.
This year marks the celebration of 59 years of the North
Dakota Rodeo Association with this being the 14th annual
event taking place in Watford City.
“It’s been interesting these past few years. This event
draws people from all over. Our biggest challenge is having
enough sleeping accommodations for people traveling to
the area. We have been informing all of the competitors of
the housing shortage to ensure they plan their trip accordingly. But, this event is fun because there are so many new
faces. There are people who love rodeo and those who have
never been to one,” said Veeder.
Money generated from this event is part of an annual
fundraiser that benefits a number of area organizations, including the Eagles Club, McKenzie County 4-H and the Oilers Hockey Club.
Rodeo stock were chosen by judges and performers
and selected from a wide variety of stock contractors to help
ensure the best competition.
“The key that binds this event together is that while it’s a
rodeo it’s also a reunion for the 300 to 400 cowboys and
cowgirls who come together. It’s really a celebration where
you can be sure you will see some familiar faces while making new friends,” Veeder said.
Admission is $12 for adults, $8 for students ages 7-18
and children 6 and under are free.
Brenda Larson of Creative Solutions, with the gracious cooperation of six local homeowners, has organized a Parade of Homes to
take place on Sunday, September 30 from 10 a.m. to
6p.m. MDT. The project is a
fundraiser for the Boys and
Girls Club of Richland
County to help them find a
much needed home. Dura
Supreme has generously
agreed to sponsor the event,
allowing ALL ticket sales to
go directly to the Club.
Featured homes are
Tom & Teresa Benson, 2801
Red River Drive; Rebecca
Benson, 1316 16th St. SW;
David & Julie Hill, 12869 CR
338; Gail & Rhonda
Peterson, 35052 CR 123;
Rick & Denise Sandau,
34744 CR 120; and Darryn
& Jodi Welnel, 805 14th St.
SW all of Sidney. Each home
is unique, with great ideas for
anyone planning to build or
remodel, or just to enjoy. The
homeowners are busy getting all the details finished in
time for the tour. “Boy, are the
‘honey do’ lists getting done
around town,” Larson chuckled. Participants may start at
any home on the tour. The
main contractors of each
home plan to be available to
David and Julie Hill's rural Sidney home is a must see during the Parade of
Homes.
answer questions, plus representatives from Dura Supreme, Life Span Closets,
Fabricators, and more will be
spread out among the six
homes.
Purchase your tickets
now at Creative Solutions,
109 3rd Ave. NE, Sidney, 406488-1461; The Sidney Herald, 310 2nd Ave. NE, Sidney,
406-433-2403; Boys and
Girls Club of Richland
County, 200 3 rd Ave SE,
Sidney, 406-433-6763. Tick-
ets are only $15 in advance.
They may be purchased for
$20 at Creative Solutions the
day of the event.
Plan now to spend a fun
day and help the children of
Richland County.
Weekend Event is Last Chance to
“E-rase Your E-waste” for 2012
This weekend is your last chance to clear that old computer out of your closet before the snow flies. The “E-rase
your E-waste” program is hosting its final collection for 2012
this Friday and Saturday, Sept 7-8, at the Richland County
Shop, 2140 W. Holly in Sidney, next to the Fairgrounds.
Already 160-plus individuals, businesses, government
agencies and organizations have recycled 291 monitors; 283
processors, 166 printers and 139 TVs, along with thousands
of smaller items at the group’s four FREE summer mini-collections, according to organizers. That amounts to three semitruck loads.
The Sept 7-8 weekend wrap up event is again FREE to
the public, organizers report, and will run from noon to 7 pm
on Friday (Sept. 7) and 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday (Sept. 8).
“The times are slightly different this year,” Jackie Couture, co-coordinator of the e-waste event, said. “We’re starting a little later both days, than we have in the past, but we’re
also extending the hours a bit at the end of each day which
we hope will be helpful for people.”
For those interested in more details on the event and
acceptable items for e-cyling, help is available at
www.ars.usda.gov/npa/nparl/ewaste. Businesses, schools
and other organizations with large amounts of e-waste to
recycle are asked to make an appointment to drop off their
items by calling Couture at 406-433-9422. Please leave a
message.
The “E-rase your E-waste” program allows area businesses and residents to dispose of their old, obsolete electronic products in an environmentally friendly manner. The
annual collection effort is coordinated by the USDA-ARS
Northern Plains Agricultural Research Lab in Sidney, the
Richland County Local Emergency Planning Committee, and
Richland Opportunities, Inc.,
aided by volunteers with the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program.
Richland County provides free use of its shop for the
collection and storage and UNICOR serves as the e-cycler
for the event. Helping to provide equipment supplies and
promotional funding are Sidney Health Center, Richland
County Solid Waste, Lower Yellowstone REA, Sidney Sugars and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality.
“It takes a lot of help to hold these events and everyone’s
support and cooperation is very much appreciated,” Couture
said. “In particular, we want to thank our RSVP volunteers,
most of whom help us out regularly at all our collections,
year after year. We definitely couldn’t do it without them!”
More help, however, is always welcome, Couture added,
noting that if anyone is interested in volunteering to help with
the unloading and packaging of items at the September
event, they should please call Rita Jacobsen at 406-4332207 to sign up.
For more information on the E-rase your E-waste event,
please contact Jackie Couture at 406-433-9422 or Cindy
Eleson at 406-488-3341.
2 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012
Fink Family Chiropractic
Opens in Sidney
Michael Fink, D.C. has
opened Fink Family Chiropractic in the Village Square
Mall, Sidney. Fink, the son of
Bill and the late Mary Fink,
graduated from Sidney High
School in 1993 and went on
to Concordia College. He
graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University, Bloomington, MN in
2002 with a doctorate of chiropractic. He practiced in
Belgrade, MT for two years
at a sports oriented clinic
where he worked extensively
with the local high school
doing sports physicals,
checking in at practices once
or twice per week, and standing by on the sidelines at every home game to help in
case of injuries.
In 2004, his son Tristan
was born and the growing
family decided to move back
to Minnesota to be nearer to
Fink’s wife’s family and to his
brothers, both of whom were
attending college there. Fink
had his own practice in Minnesota until May of this year
when he began fulfilling a
long time desire to move
back to Sidney. His wife Amy
and the children, Tristan, 8,
and Hailey, 6, are still living
in Minnesota but hope to be
here soon.
Fink saw opportunity in
Sidney, both for his practice
and his children. “I saw
Sidney continuing to grow
and there was only one chiropractor here. In a similar
sized town in Minnesota,
there would be six. There’s
room for more here,” he said.
He also found a different atmosphere in the sports, particularly hockey, in Minnesota. “Tristan was always
playing with different kids
from different areas. There
isn’t the camaraderie there
like there is here.” Fink has
coached every sport his son
has been involved in and
plans to coach hockey in
Sidney.
In his practice, Fink
plans to combine sports
therapy, DOT physicals and
testing and family chiropractic. In his former practice, Fink
conducted DOT physicals as
well as random drug and alcohol testing for local bus
drivers. He has visited with
the new athletic director at
Sidney High School and
plans to help any way he can
there.
Michael Fink, D.C.
Fink Family Chiropractic
is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6p.m. Saturdays are by appointment
only. Call them at 406-433BACK (2225) or stop by the
Village Square Mall at 120
E. Main, Sidney. You can also
check out their web page at
w w w . f i n k f a m i l y
chiropractic.com.
Kids First! Carnival
Coming to Sidney
The Eagle Foundation,
The Family Resource Center,
and the Boys & Girls Club of
Richland County have
teamed together again this
year to sponsor the third annual Kids First! Carnival this
fall. With the success of last
year, the three groups are
hoping this year will be even
bigger and better. Total attendance for last year was over
400 people, and several
thousand tickets were sold.
All three groups focus on
children, families, and education, forming a perfect partnership to bring a new and
exciting activity for families in
Experience Great
Rodeo Action At
59th Annual NDRA
Championship Rodeo
Presented By Phillips
Energy Partners, LLC
Friday & Saturday
Sept. 7 & 8
McKenzie County Fairgrounds
Multi-Purpose Building • Watford City, ND
Friday
NDRA Rodeo - 7 p.m.
Rodeo Dance - 9 p.m.
Party in The Dirt
Saturday
WCHS Rodeo - 9 a.m.
Championship Team Roping
(outdoor arena)
9 a.m. entry • 10 a.m. roping
NDRA Rodeo - 7 p.m.
Rodeo Dance - 9 p.m.
Party in The Dirt
Concessions and Beer Gardens Both Days
Tickets Sold At Door - Adult: -$12; Child (7-18)-$8; 6 & Under-Free
Call McKenzie Co. Tourism Bureau 1-800-701-2804
the Sidney area to enjoy.
The carnival will be held
Saturday, September 15,
2012 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00
p.m. at the Richland County
Fair Event Center. There will
be games for children of all
ages, face painting and food
vendors. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door
for a price of $.25 per ticket,
and games will range from 1
to 4 tickets.
In addition, this year we
are pairing with the Richland
County Food Bank to do a
food drive. The entrance fee
to the Carnival will be
canned food. We are looking
specifically for canned
veggies, canned fruits, tuna,
mac n’ cheese, ramen
noodles, canned soup,
Spaghettio’s and instant potatoes. Please make certain
that all items are current, and
not expired. All of the proceeds will be donated to the
Richland County Food Bank.
This is sure to be a fun
activity for families with children of all ages! For more information contact Elaine
Stedman at 488-4390, Nicole
Hackley at 433-4097, or Sarah Sifers at 433-6763. We
are looking forward to seeing you again this year!
ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 3
Candidates Forum Announced
The Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture and the Richland County Farm Bureau invite all citizens
to their general election Candidates Forum on September
20. It will be held at the MSU Extension/EARC conference
room north of Sidney on Highway 200. The greeting by Chamber President Cami Skinner will be at 7:00 p.m. to begin the
evening.
Invited locally will be the candidates for Richland County
Clerk of District Court, Richland County Commissioner, House
Districts 36 and 37, and Senate Districts 18 and 19. Candidates for Montana Governor, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House of
Representatives have been invited also.
All candidates will have an opportunity to provide a short
prepared message, and then answer questions submitted
by the audience. The sponsors find this is an excellent opportunity to discover how the candidates stand on Business
and Agriculture issues.
The Chamber reminds everyone that absentee ballots
will be available on October 9, and the 2012 general election is on November 6.
Parenting Class
for Divorcing
Parents Offered
Marcia Hellandsaas
NDSU Extension Agent
McKenzie/Dunn Counties
Parents Forever, a parenting class for parents experiencing or considering separation/divorce, who are divorced
and experiencing challenges or who have never been married and do not live together, will be held on September 12 at
the Courthouse Meeting Room in Watford City. The class will
start at 5:30 pm and will conclude by 9:30 pm. The workshop
cost is $55 per person.
Skills and tools to help reduce the effects of divorce on
children and parents will be introduced and practiced.
Topics discussed will be the transition process and journey, children needs, children emotional status, strengthening communication skills and planning for the future.
Pre-registration is requested prior to attending this program. Please call the McKenzie County Extension Office at
444-3451 or e-mail Extension Agent Marcia Hellandsaas at
[email protected] by Monday, September 10
to enroll in this class.
Sheds For Sale
10x12 • $1,800
10x14 • $2,000
10x16 • $2,200
or
Custom Build
on 6x6 treated skids
•Moveable • Roll Up Door
No Snow or Mice
Prices vary on type of siding/masonite/steel
Will move up to 25 miles for $100
Greg Breuer of
the Richland
County Farm
Bureau
emcees the
Primary
Election
Forum in
April.
Chamber President Cami Skinner welcomes
everyone to the Primary Election Forum held on April
26th.
RN Local Unit Accepting
Applications for Nursing
Scholarship Program
The Sidney Health Center RN Local Unit is pleased to
accept applications for its annual Nursing Scholarship program to be awarded for the second semester in January
2013. Richland County residents pursuing a nursing degree are encouraged to apply for funding provided they are
a senior in a BSN program or an AD program.
The scholarship program was established to provide
financial assistance to Richland County natives who are
continuing their education in the nursing field and are completing their final semesters.
Qualified applicants can apply for a scholarship by contacting Cindy Hoffman or Linda Ries at (406) 488-2100.
Applications, requirements and guidelines are available
through the RN Local Unit at Sidney Health Center. Applications must be submitted to the RN Local Unit at 216 14th Ave
SW, Sidney, MT 59270 by November 30, 2012 to be considered.
ee
Coordinated by: Richland Co. LEPC, ROI, and USDA-ARS-NPARL
-rase your
-waste!
...at our eighth annual
community e-cycling event!
September 7-8
Times:
Friday, Sept. 7th: Noon - 7 p.m
Saturday, Sept. 8th: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location:
Richland County Shop
2140 W. Holly (by fairgrounds)
Sidney, MT
Cost:
FREE!
thanks to our
e-cycler, UNICOR!
Thank you to
our Sponsors!
Call 433-7767
Richland Co. Solid Waste
Sidney Health Center
Montana DEQ
Sidney Sugars
For more info, visit our website at www.ars.usda.gov/npa/nparl/ewaste
4 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012
Alan
Seigfreid
Amanda
Seigfreid
Jim & Janice Knudsen 120 2nd St. N.E. • Sidney Mt. 59270
Broker/Owners
(O) 406-433-3010 • (C) 406-489-3010
email: [email protected]
Website: www.missouririverrealty.com
(406) 433-4757
1-866-433-4757
222 2nd. Ave. SW
Sidney, MT 59270
• Sports Injuries • DOT Physicals
• Personal Injuries & Pain Conditions
Medicare Rx Access Network of
Montana Gears Up For Medicare
Part D Open Enrollment Period
Local organizations urge patients and providers to take
advantage of new plan options and services available beginning October 15th
The Medicare Rx Access Network has re-energized its
local partners to help prepare Montana seniors for the upcoming October 15th through December 7th Open Enrollment
opportunity for Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans.
More than 171,499 Montanans are currently covered by
Medicare. While there are still a few weeks until seniors can
make changes to their benefits, Medicare Rx Access Network members are urging Montanans to prepare now.
“The Medicare Rx Access Network will be out in the
community making sure that seniors and all eligible people
are aware not only of the open enrollment period but of all
the options available,” explained D Gregory Smith, MA,
LMHC, executive director, AIDS Outreach Montana. “Seniors
and beneficiaries should compare their current plan with
new coverage options in their area. People change and so
PASTA Program Sept. 14
Thank You
for buying my steer at the
4-H Livestock Sale!
Kolton Nevins
The MSU Extension Montana Grandparents Raising
Grandchildren Project and The Family Life Institute will be
offering the program “Parenting a Second Time Around”
(PASTA) on Friday,September 14th in the Sidney Library Basement from 9:30 AM until 3:30 PM. This parenting program is
designed to assist grandparents and others who are
parenting relative children due to a family crisis. The program covers parenting information and issues unique to this
family structure.In Montana, there are more than 6,600 grandparents who have the sole responsibility for raising their
grandchildren. This research-based curriculum developed
by Cornell Cooperative Extension, covers topics including
child development, living with teens, discipline and guidance, rebuilding the family, legal issues, how to advocate for
your grandchild, and the very important topic of caring for
yourself as a caregiver. Although this program is being offered free of charge, we do ask that you preregister. There
are a limited number of travel scholarships available. To
register, contact Pete Bruno at 406-939-5591. For more information on the Montana Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Project please contact us at 994-3395,
[email protected], or visit our website at http://
www.montana.edu/wwwhd/grg.html
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S TAT I S T I C S
Lake Water Level Reports
Fort Peck
and
Sakakawea
Current Elevation ..................... 2233.9 ................ 1835.1
Last Week’s Elev. ..................... .2235.0 ............... 1835.3
One Year Ago ........................... .2236.1 ............... 1844.7
Release For Day (C.F.S.) ......... 5000 ................... 24,800
Watford City Weather Data
Source: North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network
Date
High
Low
Precip.
Aug 26 ............... 82 .................... 54 ..........................0.00
Aug 27 ............... 84 .................... 54 ..........................0.00
Aug 28 ............... 89 .................... 53 ..........................0.00
Aug. 29..................96........................64............................ 0.00
Aug. 30 ............... .81 ................... 52 ..........................0.00
Aug. 31 ............... n/a ................... n/a .........................0.00
Sept. 1 .................n/a...................... n/a........................... 0.00
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• Herman Oil Convenience Store
• M & H Convenience Store
Pick up your FREE copy today!
Sidney Weather Data
Source: MSU Eastern Agricultural Research Center
Date
High
Low
Precip.
Aug 27 ............... 87 ...................... 45 ...................... 0.00
Aug 28 ............... 100 .................... 53 ...................... 0.00
Aug 29 ............... 95 ...................... 63 ...................... 0.00
Aug. 30 ............... 80 ...................... 52 ...................... 0.00
Aug. 31 ............... n/a ..................... n/a ..................... 0.00
Sep. 1 ............... n/a ..................... n/a ..................... 0.00
Sept 2 ............... n/a ..................... n/a ..................... 0.00
Average YTD Precipitation ...................................... 11.09
2012 YTD Precipitation .................. ............................. 8.73
do their medical needs. Patients can make their benefits work
for them.”
Seniors and beneficiaries wanting to compare their plans
should visit www.medicare.gov or call 1-800-MEDICARE.
These resources will allow them to easily compare their current coverage to their medical and financial needs to determine the most suitable option available to them in their area.
In Montana, those with questions on Medicare and Medicare Part D can also call the Montana State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP), a free health-benefits counseling and advocacy service for Medicare beneficiaries and
their families or caregivers, at 1-800-551-3191.
The Medicare Rx Access Network will spend the next
few weeks and months working with local health providers
and community organizations to spread the word about the
open enrollment opportunity.
Eighty-eight percent of Part D enrollees report satisfaction with their coverage, according to the KRC Survey for
Medicare Today, done in October of 2011.
EVENTS
SEND US YOUR EVENTS!
THE ROUNDUP: PO Box 1207, 111 West Main,
Sidney, MT 59270
406-433-3306 Fax: 406-433-4114
Email: [email protected]
Richland County
Events in Sidney unless otherwise listed. MT Zone.
Wed., Sept. 5
12 to 1 p.m. Parent Cafe will held the first Wed of
each month. Sept 5 meeting will be held at MSU Ext.
Bldg. The rest will be held at the Sidney/Richland Co.
Library.
7 p.m. — Gambler’s Anonymous, Millers’ Corner
back room.
Thurs., Sept. 6
12 p.m.—Sidney Kiwanis-Elks Lodge, 123 3rd St. SW.
5 p.m. — TOPS, Crestwood NW entrance, Weigh-ins
5-5:30 p.m., Meeting 5:30-6 p.m.
6:30 p.m — Pinochle, Moose Lodge- 101 3rd St. SE.
8 p.m. — NA meeting, Millers’ Corner banquet room.
Fri., Sept 7
7:45 a.m.—Farmers Market, RFCU parking lot-201 W.
Holly St.
12 p.m. to 7 p.m. E-rase your E-waste, County shop
by fairgounds.
Sat., Sept. 8
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. E-rase your E-waste, County shop
by fairgounds.
9 a.m. & 7 p.m. — AA meeting, Trinity Lutheran
Church Education bldg., 214 S. Lincoln.
5p.m.—Ranch Sorting, Sidney Saddle Club. Info:
Tabitha 406-478-4399.
Sun., Sept. 9
7 p.m. — AA meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church
Education bldg., 214 S. Lincoln.
Mon., Sept. 10
12 p.m. — AA meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church
Education bldg., 214 S. Lincoln.
Tues., Sept. 11
5:30 - 8 p.m. — 9-1-1 Dinner, Sidney Elks Lodge.
7 p.m. — AA meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church
Education bldg.
McKenzie County
Events in Watford City unless otherwise listed. CT Zone.
Wed., Sept 5
8 p.m.— Al-Anon, Sanford Room, McKenzie Co.
Public Library.
Thurs.,Sept. 6
8 p.m.— AA Group, Northern Pump & Compression.
Call 770-3603 or 770-2675 for directions or ride.
Fri., Sept 7 59th Annual NDRA Rodeo
7 p.m. NDRA Rodeo
9 p. m. Rodeo Dance - Party in the Dirt
Sat., Sept 8
9 a.m. WCHS Rodeo Championship Team Roping
(outdoor arena)
7 p.m. NDRA Rodeo
9 p.m. Rodeo Dance - Party in the Dirt
View all monthly events on our calendar at
www.roundupweb.com.
ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 5
Deer Season for Young Sandhill Crane Season
Hunters Opens Sept. 14 Opens Sept. 15
Friday, Sept. 14 at noon signals the start of a nine-and-ahalf day deer hunting season for youth ages 12-15.
Licensed youth ages 12 and 13 are allowed to hunt
statewide, but only for antlerless white-tailed deer. Deer hunters age 14 or 15 with a “youth season” license can hunt
statewide for any deer, except antlerless mule deer in units
3B1, 3B2, 4A, 4B, 4C, 4D, 4E and 4F. In addition, a special
license is required to hunt antlered mule deer in those same
units.
After opening day, hunting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. Solid daylight fluorescent orange vests or coats, and hats are required for all
young hunters and their adult mentors.
Each youth deer hunter must be under direct supervision of an adult while in the field.
In addition to the deer license, hunters must possess a
general game and habitat license and hunting certificate.
The youth deer season closes Sunday, Sept. 23.
Youth Waterfowl
Weekend Sept. 15-16
North Dakota’s two-day youth waterfowl season is Sept.
15-16. Legally licensed resident and nonresident youth waterfowl hunters age 15 and younger can hunt ducks, geese,
coots and mergansers statewide.
The daily bag limit and species restrictions for the youth
season are the same as for regular duck and goose seasons.
Resident and qualifying nonresident youth waterfowl
hunters must possess a general game and habitat license
and a fishing, hunting and furbearer certificate. Nonresidents
from states that do not provide a reciprocal licensing agreement for North Dakota residents must purchase the entire
nonresident waterfowl license package.
In addition, all youth hunters must be Harvest Information Program certified, and youth ages 12 and older need to
have passed a certified hunter education course. Hunters
age 15 and younger do not need a federal duck stamp.
Hunters who purchase a license through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department can easily get HIP certified.
Otherwise, hunters must call (888) 634-4798, or log on to the
Game and Fish website at gf.nd.gov, and record the HIP
number on their fishing, hunting and furbearer certificate.
Shooting hours for the youth waterfowl season are onehalf hour before sunrise to sunset. An adult at least 18 years
of age must accompany the resident youth hunter into the
field, and a licensed adult is required to accompany a nonresident youth hunter. The two-day weekend hunt does not
count against a nonresident adult hunter’s 14-day regular
season waterfowl dates.
North Dakota’s sandhill crane season opens Sept. 15.
Hunters are urged to use caution and identify birds to prevent shooting at whooping cranes as they begin their fall
migration.
The sandhill crane season is open through Nov. 11 in
unit 1 (west of U.S. Highway 281), and through Oct. 21 in unit
2 (east of U.S. Highway 281). Limits are three daily and six in
possession in unit 1, and two daily and four in possession in
unit 2. Shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to 1
p.m. each day through Nov. 3. Beginning Nov. 4, shooting
hours are extended until 2 p.m. each day.
In addition to other licenses required, prospective hunters need a $5 crane permit. Hunters can apply online, or
print out a resident or nonresident application for mailing, at
the North Dakota Game and Fish Department website,
gf.nd.gov. Harvest Information Program certification is required. To get HIP certified, access the department’s website,
or call (888) 634-4798.
Hunters can also send the permit fee, along with personal information, including height, weight, social security
number, date of birth, color of hair and eyes, and hunter
education number and state issued, to Crane Permit, NDGF,
100 N. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501.
Eastern MT Development
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An Eastern Montana Development Forum ocusing on
the intersection of housing and workforce development will
be held Sept. 13 in Miles City. The forum will be from 11:30
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Miles Community College
This event will provide an opportunity for participants to
share information and explore ideas on how to increase the
supply of affordable housing, be responsive to the needs of
a dynamic job market and promote sustainable economic
growth in Eastern Montana.
The forum will kick off at 11:30 a.m. to highlight the Eastern Montana Energy Workforce Development Initiative and
the collaborative partnership formed to strengthen our
workforce. Afternoon sessions will focus on ensuring a variety of housing options in response to the energy sector boom
and will include housing developers, planners, community
leaders, public officials and other interested parties. The event
will conclude with interactive working sessions to discuss
project specific questions.
There is no cost to attend but seating will be limited.
More information will be available soon. Register online at
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Thank You
Our family has felt surrounded by the love, caring and support
received from this community during our recent loss. Thank
you to Kay Hatter and the staff of Sidney Health Center for
the professional and supportive care given to Dale and his
family. Special thanks are extended to the Sidney Tiger
Shark swim team family and the Richland County 4-H family
for the love and support given to Dave’s family during the
divisional and state swim meets and to Doug’s family during
the recent fair-you helped them continue on during this
difficult time. Thanks to Al McGahan and the staff at
Fulkerson Funeral Home for their kindness and professional
assistance during the loss and services for Dale. Special
thanks to Pastor Charlane Lines and Pastor George Karres
for the visits and meaningful family and memorial services,
to Barry & Jill Carpenter and the Sidney Health Center
extended family for the supper provided prior to the family
services, to Nancy Dynneson and Sharon Whited for the
beautiful music during the service, and to Zion Lutheran
and Pella Lutheran ladies for the meal provided. Thank you
also for the hugs, cards, floral tributes, memorials, and food
brought to our homes during this difficult time-each has
made our load just a little lighter.
Ruth Reidle
Doug, Mary Jo, Somer and Abby Reidle
Dave, Becky, Shelby and Shanyn Reidle
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What Does Opportunity Look Like?
If you live in Montana, chances are you know someone who has headed to the Bakken in search of it.
By Dave Galt
Executive Director, Montana Petroleum Association
Thanks to that large source rock formation, and the technology that makes it accessible, North Dakota has now
vaulted to the number two position among oil producers in
the United States, following only Texas. August estimates
show the state pacing to generate $4 billion from oil taxes
during the current two-year budget cycle, nearly twice the
amount forecast just a few months ago. That money, much of
it banked in special reserve funds, is clearly going to mean
great things for North Dakota schools, infrastructure and property tax relief.
On our side of the energy corridor, we know from economists at Montana’s universities that in the space of one year,
wages and salaries grew 16.2 percent in Richland County
and 11.9 percent in Fallon County. We know Montana’s oil
and gas industry overall contributed $440 million in taxes to
state and local governments in 2011. We know growth is
happening on our side of the Bakken, and that 2012 is shaping up to be a record year statewide for oil permits.
But with that big picture, it sometimes seems like we
hear more about the challenges that come with the velocity
of growth from the oil and natural gas boom - housing short-
ages, truck traffic, crime - than about the opportunities. Sometimes, more is said about the pressures on local infrastructure than about the entrepreneurial Montanans who are
achieving success in meeting the challenges of that growth.
Many of us have been through enough booms and busts
to know that growth of any kind requires more responsibility.
We also know that we are living in a global market and the
price of oil, and demand for it, changes. Nevertheless, the
Bakken is beckoning many Montanans. They see it as a place
where they can make their own breaks, despite a tough
economy.
Some examples:
Cam Holt spent many years working at restaurants and
selling real estate in Bozeman. Prodded by a friend, he went
to Williston, N.D. to scout it out. He found a run-down gas
station on Williston’s main street which he transformed into 3
Amigos Southwest Grill. He has staffed it with folks he knew
from the Gallatin Valley and is now serving up to 500 meals
a day, not including a huge to-go business delivering direct
to the oil fields surrounding the town. Next up, he’s planning
an ice cream parlor.
John Olson, a University of Montana graduate, is the
owner of Blue Rock Products and distributes soft drinks, beer
and wine in eastern Montana and western North Dakota.
“Our sales have gone through the roof,” he said. “I guess
we’re the number one Pepsi plant in the country right now.”
Rick Leuthold, director of business development for
Sanderson Stewart, an engineering firm in Billings, said the
company is working on more than a dozen subdivisions,
industrial parks and retail and commercial developments in
Williston. It encompasses an area of more than 1,800 acres.
And Andrew Braxton of Braxton Development, based in
Bozeman, says his company is working on completing its
second hotel in the Williston market this year. Plus, the company is also working on a 500-unit residential community
with club house and fitness center in Williston.
Those are just a few. The Billings Gazette reported some
50 businesses there are busy answering the calls from 350
oil companies hungry for workers, trucks, pipe and more.
Rapid growth rarely happens without hurdles, but
Montanans tend to step up to a challenge. For those with
imagination and commitment, the Bakken is a rich opportunity for building new business and responsibly developing
sustainable communities. Done right, the oil becomes simply the catalyst that helps make it all possible.
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Watford City Volleyball
Watford City’s Katie Mogen #7 spikes the ball over the net during Thursday’s
match against Killdeer. The Wolves defeated Killdeer 3-0. (Photo by Kathy Taylor)
Celebration!
The Lady Wolves celebrate after a big block at the
net against the Killdeer Cowboys. (Photo by Kathy
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Blister Beetles
Toxic to Horses
Blister beetles, which are toxic to horses, could be a
problem in North Dakota this year.
“While blister beetles are common in many areas of the
U.S., horse owners in North Dakota usually have not been
concerned with this toxic insect,” says Carrie Hammer, North
Dakota State University Extension Service equine specialist. “However, several individuals in western North Dakota
have reported alfalfa fields infested with blister beetles this
year. Horse owners need to be cautious because horses that
consume alfalfa hay contaminated with these beetles have
a high risk for serious illness and death.”
Several species of blister beetles can be found in the
U.S., and all produce cantharidin, a toxin that causes inflammation and blistering of internal body tissues. Although all
species produce the toxin, the cantharidin content varies
among species. The striped blister beetle is known for consistently having higher toxin concentrations.
“A common question from horse owners is: ‘How many
beetles can my horse consume before I need to worry?’“
Hammer says. “Due to the variation in toxin concentration
among beetles, this is a difficult question to answer. However, most studies report ingestion of 25 to 300 beetles is
enough to kill an average-size adult horse.”
Clinical signs of blister beetle poisoning usually occur
six to eight hours after ingestion. Affected horses often show
signs of colic and depression, although urinary, cardiovascular and nervous system problems also can occur.
Horses consuming a toxic dose can die quickly (within
three to 18 hours).
Owners should consult their veterinarian immediately if
they suspect their horse has consumed blister beetles.
Blister beetles tend to congregate in certain areas of a
field. Thus, hay bales from those areas often contain high
beetle numbers, whereas bales from other areas of the field
may be beetle-free.
Hammer encourages horse owners to check alfalfa bales
carefully prior to feeding the alfalfa to their horses and discard any contaminated bales.
“Even the juice from crushed beetles can cause illness;
therefore, owners should not simply remove dead beetles in
hopes of feeding the hay,” she adds.
Swan Hunt Lottery
Held, Licenses Remain
North Dakota’s swan lottery has been held and more
than 300 licenses remain. Only hunters who do not have a
swan license for the 2012 season can apply, as regulations
limit hunters to one license per year.
Beginning Sept. 5, all remaining licenses will be issued
on a first-come, first-served basis. Resident and nonresident
hunters will be able to apply online, or print out an application to mail, at the State Game and Fish Department website,
gf.nd.gov. Hunters may also request an application by calling the department’s Bismarck office at (701) 328-6300. The
license fee is $5 for residents and $25 for nonresidents.
The statewide tundra swan hunting season is Sep. 29 –
Dec. 30.
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Buffalo Wild Wings to Break
Ground in Williston September 4
By Barb Peterson
Williston Economic Development
One of America’s most popular sports bars is coming to
Williston. Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar (BWW) will hold
an official ground breaking ceremony on Tuesday, September 4, at 2:30 p.m., at 417 Reiger Drive. The site is located
just south of the Herman Oil Convenience Store.
Wings of Minot, LLC is bringing the restaurant to Williston.
The company is owned by Minot restaurateur Ken Herslip,
his wife Janelle and his daughters Sam Herslip and Dani
Reichenberger. The family operation also owns BWW in
Minot. They earned the Buffalo Wild Wings Single Unit Franchisee of the year award in 2011.
Reichenberger, who is director of operations for Wings
of Minot, says they are anxious to open the Williston store.
“We are just really happy and excited to be in Williston. We’ll
have great staff and we are looking forward to providing the
community with a great place to eat,” she says.
Basin Brokers helped Wings of Minot bring BWW to
Williston. Tate Cymbaluk, part-owner of Basin Brokers, says
he believes the sports bar will be well received. “Buffalo
Wild Wings will provide a great benefit to the community. It
will give people living in and around the area another option
for dining out,” he says.
Buffalo Wild Wings was founded in 1982. It is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The restaurant specializes in its namesake, Buffalo, New York-style chicken
wings and eighteen signature sauces.
The restaurant has received hundreds of “Best Wings”
and “Best Sports Bar” awards from across the country. There
are more than 800 BWW restaurants in Canada and the U.S.
If everything goes as planned the Williston BWW will
open sometime around February 1, 2013. Reichenberger
says the facility will look a lot like the one in Minot. “It will be
a similar setup. It will accommodate approximately 270
people inside and another 40-50 on the patio,” she says.
Wings of Minot has promoted its Minot general manager, Tory Crowe, to regional manager. They are currently
hiring six managers who will train at the Minot BWW. They
will begin hiring hourly workers later this year. To apply for a
position e-mail [email protected] call Dani at 701340-9616 or Tory at 701-509-2514.
Walking To Wellness
We are approaching the
Foundation for Community
Care’s 4th annual Walking to
Wellness event. The ½ marathon will be held on September 22, 2012. Walking to
Wellness is a low key event
designed to encourage the
novice or casual athlete to
train for a challenging but attainable fitness goal—walking or running a half marathon (13.1 miles) or an alternate shorter distance such as
a 5K (3.1 miles) or 10K (6.2
miles).
Participation is $25 – all
proceeds benefit Sidney
NEMLMOA to
Meet Sept. 11
The Northeast Montana
Land & Mineral Owners Association will hold a regular
meeting on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at the Civic
Center in Plentywood, MT.
The meeting will begin at
7pm. Anyone with questions
or concerns related to oil &
gas activity is encouraged to
attend. The public is welcome.
Health Center’s Cancer Center. Entrants 12 and under are
free when accompanied by
an adult, and parental consent is necessary for walkers
under age 18. Final registration will be held at the Cancer Care Center, 216 14 th
Ave, Sidney, MT at 7:30am
on the morning of the event.
Advance registration forms
can
be
found
at
www.foundationforcommunity
care.org or by visiting the
Foundation at 221 2nd Street
NW, Sidney, MT. Special recognition will be given to all
cancer survivors and their
families.
To get started, it is advised to build a baseline activity level of walking 7 to 8
miles weekly. Many people
find it easier to stick with a
training program if they invite
someone else to join them.
For information on participating in training walks contact
Staci
Miller
at
[email protected]
communitycare.org or 406488-2273.
While walking or running the half marathon is the
end goal, the real health
benefit will come from the
time (and miles!) you put into
training. Get your shoes on
and “Walk to Wellness”!!
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A Little Bit Country
Grasshoppers Pose
Threat to Winter Wheat
By Warren Froelich
NDSU Extension Agent
Williams County
Since a recent news column of mine about grasshoppers, several people have
described extremely high
populations of grasshoppers.
It appears we have numerous locations of very high
grasshopper populations
which have the potential of
threatening winter wheat and
also be the source of an expanded threat to crops
seeded next spring.
If you are in a hot spot
for grasshoppers and are
thinking about planting winter wheat, be prepared to
apply an insecticidal treatment. The current hot and dry
conditions are providing very
favorable conditions for reproduction of some very hungry grasshoppers. This activity will continue until we receive a good hard frost. Who
knows when that will come
but records indicate a frost
cold enough to kill grasshoppers may not arrive until midOctober.
According to Jan
Knodel, NDSU Extension
Entomologist, insecticidal
seed treatments in winter
wheat provide only minimal
control of adult grasshoppers. So, if grasshoppers
threaten wheat this fall, a foliar insecticide application is
the only alternative. Several
insecticides are approved for
grasshopper control in
wheat. A list can be found on
pages 110-111 of the 2012
Field Crop Insect Management Guide available from
this
office
or
at
www.ag.ndsu.edu/pubs/
plantsci.
Galls On Trees
Are Common
Each year I can count on
receiving numerous questions about abnormal
growths located on the
leaves and sometimes twigs
of trees. In the forest industry
and academia these growths
are referred to as galls.
Galls occur on many
species of trees, vary in size
and take on a range of forms.
They can be large, round
bumps, or woody galls;
smaller, thin, finer-like projections; red felt-like patches referred to as erineum, and
even multicolored hair-covered galls called hedgehog
galls.
Galls are really the result of mites and insects feeding on the leaves and stem.
When the insects feed they
inject growth-altering compounds which stimulate the
abnor mal growths. The
growths can serve as a food
source and/or protective
structure for various stages
of insect development. This
eliminates the effectiveness
of surface applied insecticides.
Despite the sometimes
severe appearance of these
galls, they are seldom a
threat to the overall tree or
shrub health. The reduced
beauty of the tree is the ma-
jor consequence of galls. In
cases where gall formation
is very heavy and affects
more than 30 percent of the
leaf area of the entire tree,
control of the insects may be
warranted. However, controlling mites and insects that
form galls on broadleaf trees
and shrubs is difficult. An
early spring application of a
systemic insecticide soil
drench may provide effective
control. Foliar sprays of a systemic insecticide can provide
some level of gall-forming
mite and insect control but it
will also kill beneficial insects
which prey on gall-forming
insects. Imidacloprid is an
insecticide with systemic
meaning it can be taken up
by the roots and transferred
throughout the vascular system of the tree. It also can be
applied to the foliage with
some systemic impact.
Horticulture oils can be
applied in the spring before
bud break and again directly
after bud break. However,
the timing of application is
critical to achieving control.
Horticulture oils generally will
not harm beneficial insects.
When asked for recommendations, I generally suggest less frequent observation of the tree and to make
sure the overall health of the
tree is maintained. This usually can be accomplished
with adequate water.
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MOGA Applauds USFWS Decision
to Delist Wyoming Gray Wolf
Montana Outfitters and
Guides Association (MOGA)
Executive Director Mac
Minard, applauded today’s
announcement by the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service to
delist the Wyoming population of gray wolves and declare them recovered and no
longer in need of protections
afforded by the Endangered
Species Act (ESA).
Of the action Minard
said, “Beginning September
30th, wolves in Wyoming will
be managed by the state under an approved management plan; this action places
them on equal footing with
the sister states of Montana
and Idaho. Sportsmen in the
West see this as a major victory for science based management over emotional arguments.”
“Our primary goal, and
that of the states, is to ensure
that gray wolf populations in
the Northern Rocky Mountains remain healthy, giving
Governor Issues
Executive Order
Declaring
Statewide Fire
Emergency
Governor Schweitzer issued an Executive Order Declaring a Statewide Fire Emergency.
With fire danger levels ranging from high to extreme
across the state, Governor Brian Schweitzer asked Montanans and out-of-state visitors to remain extra cautious during
their outdoor activities and follow all local fire restrictions.
“There’s no definitive end in sight for our above-normal
temperatures and below-normal precipitation,” said Governor Schweitzer. “Fuels are bone dry. This fire season could
last through September, maybe longer, and we need to take
every precaution until it’s over.”
The public is asked to avoid fire areas if possible to
minimize traffic. Please do not stop along the road to observe aircraft and remember to use headlights in smoky areas. Fire managers urge Montanans and our summer guests
to be aware of fires in the area and when possible avoid
traveling in those areas where fire fighters and their equipment need clear use of sometimes limited roadways.
future generations of Americans the chance to hear its
howl echo across the area,”
said Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe.
No one, least of all residents of Idaho, Montana and
Wyoming, want to see
wolves back on the endangered species list. But that’s
what will happen if recovery
targets are not sustained.
However, many sportsmen
fear the loss of over 100
years of successful wildlife
management due to an uncontrolled expansion of
wolves on the landscape.
To secure the delisting
decision Wyoming committed to meeting statutory and
regulatory standards by
managing for a buffer above
minimum management targets and maintaining at least
150 wolves and 15 breeding
pairs within the State of Wyoming. This is the same management objective as was
adopted by the states of Montana and Idaho.
Beginning October 1,
the State of Wyoming has
authorized a harvest of 52
wolves in other portions of
northwestern Wyoming’s Trophy Area in 2012.
MOGA has previously
released a blueprint for managing large predators in
Montana that falls within the
limits required by the USFWS
agreements. Under that
plan three primary principles
are identified; 1) regulated
hunting and trapping needs
to be liberalized for predators
commensurate with the principles of sustain yield, 2) a
fully funded Wildlife Services
is essential is applying surgical control (of wolves primarily) in places and times
where regulated hunting and
trapping cannot meet the
needed reductions and 3)
predators need to be managed in concert with stated
management goals for ungulate populations.
Of the policy Executive
Director Mac Minard said,
“This policy is a thoughtful
and reasoned approach that
balances the need to manage wildlife for the benefit of
the Montana public and control some segments of the
predator populations at
times and locations, and in a
species specific manner,
where such measures help
attain stated wildlife management objectives. We believe this is a very direct and
thoughtful approach that
many hunters/conservationists will stand behind.”
“We applaud the fact
that Wyoming will now be
able to craft the kind of responsible management system they need to balance
competing interests and address long-term conserva-
tion goals for all species involved,” said Minard.
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Bainville/Culbertson vs Fairview at
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Savage vs Grenora at Grenora, 5:30
R&L at Scobey Triangular at Scobey
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Tuesday, Sept. 11
Watford City vs Killdeer at Watford
Brockton vs Westby/Grenora at
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Westby, 6 p.m.
R&L vs Jordan at Richey, 4 p.m.
Savage vs Fairview at Savage, 5 p.m.
Watford City vs New England at
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•The Lodge
Environmental Services/Resident Assistant
Dietary Aide 1 & 2
Cook
•Medical Technologist or Medical Lab Technician
•Mid-Level Provider (NP/PA) - Urgent Care
•Nursing Services
Acute Care RN
Extended Care Night Nurses LPN/RN
Perioperative RN
•Staff Physical Therapist
Apply for all positions with Ray
or Kelly at the South 40,
207 2nd Ave. NW, Sidney.
406-433-4354
month appt. To apply, pick up
applications at EARC, 1 mile
north of Sidney on Hwy 200,
or by calling 406-433-2208.
Hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Mon-Fri.
(28-2tc)
CLINIC POSITIONS
Clinic LPN/RN:to start work
in mid-October Requires
Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm. Sign-on
bonus of $2,500 paid over 10
quarters. CNA: Full-time or
part-time, days or nights.
Starting wage at $10.30.
Sign-on bonus of $2,500 for
FT and $1,500 for PT paid
over 10 quarters. Benefits include health insurance, life
insurance, extended illness
bank, 401K and paid vacation. RMC is an equal opportunity employer. Please contact Shawna Durocher at
406-787-6401.
(17-tfn)
DIETARY AIDS
Are you looking for something extra? How about assisting the Lodge cooks wit
the evening meal from 5-7
Add a photo
to your classy
online!
(Additional Charge)
pm and serving the Lodge
residents. Please apply on
line at www.sidneyhealth.org
or call 488-4682 for more information.
(29-2tc)
WRITERS WANTED
ENVIRONMENTAL
SERVICES
HELP WANTED
Do you enjoy seniors and
cleaning? The Lodge Assisted Living has a full-time
position available with
benfits! Please apply on line
at www.sidneyhealth.org or
call 488-4682 for more information.
(29-2tc)
Library Director
Due to the upcoming retirement of our current director,
the Sidney-Richland County
Public Library Board of Trustees is accepting applications
for the position of Library Director. The trustees seek a
dynamic, visionary, innovative and experienced leader
who will continue to develop
and strengthen public library
services in our community for
our 21st Century patrons. For
a more complete job description, qualifications and how
to
apply,
go
to:
www.richland.org/spl or the
Sidney Job Service.
(18-tfn)
The Roundup is looking for
full- or part-time writers/editors/reporters. Salary DOE.
Apply at Sidney Job Service.
(19-tfn)
Panini's Pizzeria is now hiring cooks and waitresses for
their new restaurant in
Yellowstone Marketplace.
Contact 541-510-5348 or
stop by and pick up an application.
(19-tfn)
DRIVER WANTED
Delivery driver for The
Roundup. Must have valid
driver's license, be able to lift
at least 80 lbs. One day/
week, sometimes two. Competitive pay. Pick up application at 111 West Main, Sidney, MT, or at the Sidney Job
Service.
(23-tfn)
OPERATOR WANTED
Busch Agricultural Resources Inc. - Sidney Barley
Operations is seeking an
operator, pay rate $12.50/
hour. Requirements: high
school diploma or equivalent;
some college preferred. Ability to climb ladders, work at
heights of 200ft, lift 75lbs &
DRIVER
WANTED
Delivery driver for The Roundup. Must have valid
driver's license, be able to lift at least 80 lbs. One
day/week, sometimes two. Competitive pay. Pick up
application at 111 West Main, Sidney, MT, or at the
Sidney Job Service.
Help Wanted
$13.80/hour
Bid jobs up to $15.22/hour
Opportunity for advancement
to full time positions
On the job training
Overtime may be available
Employee Referral Program
Apply in person or request an application from:
Sidney Sugars Incorporated
35140 County Road 125 - Sidney, MT - 406-433-9320
Apply at Job Service Work Force Center
211 N Central Ave – Sidney, MT
www.sidneysugars.com
Walk-ins are welcome!
Equal Opportunity Employer • Drug Free Workplace
Help Wanted
Sidney Sugars Incorporated has the following positions open:
•Maintenance Electrician: $21.21 hour starting; $25.18 and full time
with proven competence
•Electrical Instrumentation: $21.21 hour starting, $25.18 and full time
with proven competence
•House Mechanic: $21.21 hour starting, $24.32 and full time with proven competence
•Instrument Person: $20.95 hour starting, $25.18 and full time with proven competence
•Boiler Operator: Class 1 or 2 license $25.18. Class 3 $20.95 hr with
willingness to learn.
Full time benefits are:
• Holiday, Vacation and sick pay
• Insurance for medical, dental and life
• Pension and 401 (k)
Apply in person or request an application from:
Sidney Sugars Incorporated,
35140 County Road 125, Sidney MT 59270
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 406-433-9320 Fax: 406-433-9317
Walk-ins are welcome!
Equal Opportunity Employer • Drug Free Workplace
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work in confined spaces.
Must possess a high level of
initiative; able to follow oral
and written instructions. Must
be
PC
proficient.
Responsibilites: operating a
variety of equipment associated with day to day operations of a grain handling facility. Conduct preventative
maintenance on a regular
basis. Responsible for overall plant sanitation in accordance with company policy.
Monitor barley for quality
control, storage, delivery and
subsequent processes. Load
and unload grain trucks and
rail cars. Barley quality lab
training. Apply at http://
www.buschjobs.com/careers
(28-2tc)
CLASS A DRIVERS
Now hiring class A drivers,
housing available. Sidney,
MT. New Equipment, safe,
professional. Great management. 406-433-5522 or apply
online at transystemsllc.com.
(28-10tc)
HELP WANTED
Full-time Elevator Operation
Specialist. Full benefits, paid
vacation, 401K with company match. Must have basic computer skills, ability to
work well with others, and a
good work ethic and attitude.
Some travel required. Temporary housing available. Wage
DOE. Contact Les at Gavilon
Grain, Fairview, MT. 406747-5236. An EOE.
(26-tfn)
leave, holidays, 401K, Profit
Sharing, Health insurance
with advancement opportunities in a team-oriented,
high-volume work environment. Applicants must be 18
or older with a valid driver's
license and insurable driving
record. Call 406-433-2312 or
send your resume with references to Action Auto, Attn:
Service Dept. 220 E Main,
Sidney, MT 59270.
(26-tfn)
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Very well maintained home
in Sidney, 1800 sq. ft., 2 bedroom, 2 bath, finished basement, oversized 2 car garage, central air, new privacy
fence, new windows, new
paint, many updates, ample
parking, excellent condition,
$235,000. 406-488-8963.
(28-2tp)
FOR SALE BY OWNER
ENORMOUS PRICE REDUCTION. Single family
home or duplex. Well built.
Newer furnace/AC. Move in
ready. Sidney, MT. 406-4891807 or 812-345-1557.
(7-tfn)
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Great Income Potential. 3
bedroom on the main level
with an apartment in the basement. In a good, quiet location near hospital and school.
Fenced backyard. Sidney,
MT. Call 406-488-6338 to
schedule an appointment for
showing.
(22-tfn)
FOR SALE
For Sale in Richey, MT. Old
grocery store on Main Street.
I believe it can be fixed up for
use, but will require serious
effort. Asking $5000. If interested, call Paul 701-5700735.
(23-10tc)
FOR SALE
Quiet country living close to
town. House with acreage, 5
bdr, 2 bath, recently updated
split level. Attached garage,
38x75 Quonset, 40x100
building, 40x208 building, all
on 6.36 acres SE of
Alexander, ND.call Ryan
701-770-1341or701-8283083.
29-2tc)
FOR RENT
FURNISHED RENTALS
Glendive. Nightly or weekly,
Cable TV, WiFi, weekly
HELP WANTED
Do you need a position
where you get back more
than you receive? Where you
are told you look nice even
on your worst days. ROI has
full-time and part-time positions avaliable for direct care
professionals. Training is
provided. FT includes health
insurance, IRA, bonus, and
personal time off with wage
starting at $9.85. PT includes
IRA and bonus with wage
starting at $9.35. Variety of
hours and shifts open. Call
Tami 406-488-3341, or apply
@1100 Silurian Lane, Sidney, MT.
(26-tfn)
GENERAL MAINT/LUBE
Action auto is looking for a
full-time General maintenance/ Lube tech witha positive attitude and good work
ethics. Must have a mechanical aptitude and the ability to
diagnose auto/tire servicetype work and perform basic
maintenance functions and
basic brake services. Action
Auto offers competitive compensation, paid vacation, sick
ROOM TO GROW
Country living, yet just minutes from town
is a 8.283 nicely manicured irrigated
parcel that has been developed within the
last 5-6 years. Offered with the property
are 2 large steel sided buildings, (30x48
pole barn style with a 10x48 ft. attached
overhang with 2 overhead doors, and a
40x56 shop with concrete floor), a 14x48
ft. manufactured building complete with
full kitchen and bath that could be used
for housing, office space or even a rental,
and a dbl. manufactured home, with 3
bdrm. and 13/4 bath on a permanent
foundation. Numerous additional
features,along with a great location.
Residential or commercial applications
welcome! $399,900. Contact Missouri
River Realty @ 406-433-3010.
Motors
S&S Motors
S&S
*See the CLEARANCE tag specials!*
2009 GMC Yukon XL Denali, red, 31k mi. ...... $44,995
2009 GMC Yukon XL Denali, tan, DVD, 49k mi.$43,995
2012 GMC Yukon XL SLT, silver, DVD, sunroof, 14k mi.. $43,995
2010 Ford F350,white, V10, longbox, 11k mi. ...... $39,995
2011 Ford F250 XLT, white, diesel, 32k mi.. ...... $37,995
2009 Chevy Tahoe LTZ, gray, 45k mi. ............... $36,995
2009 Chevy Silverado LTZ, silver, 52k mi. ...... $31,995
2011 Ford F150 XLT, white, 21k mi. ................... $31,995
2009 Ford F150 Lariat, maroon, 45k mi. .......... $29,995*
2011 Ford Edge Limited, earth metallic, 31k mi. . $29,995
2007 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT, gray, sunroof, 44k mi. ..... $27,995*
2008 Dodge Ram 1500, blue, 37k mi. ..................... $26,995
2007 Chevy Silverado 1500 Z71, gray, 61k mi. $26,995
2011 Ford Edge SEL, blue, 37k mi. ................... $25,995
2012 Chevy Traverse ZLT, gray, DVD, nav, 53k mi. $24,995
2007 Ford F350 XLT, red, diesel, 184k mi. ......... $19,995
2008 Ford Edge SEL, light blue, 74k mi. ............ $17,995
2006 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, gray, 78k mi. ..... $17,995
2005 Chevy Suburban Z71, white, DVD, 100k mi. $15,995
2005 Dodge Magnum RT, black, 76k mi. ............. $13,995
2005 GMC Yukon XL, white, 107k mi. ................ $13,995
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited, gray, hemi, DVD, 103k mi. ....... $13,995
2007 Mercury Milan, black, 82k mi. ......................... $11,995
2008 Ford Edge SE, gray, 149k mi. ................... $11,995
2007 Jeep Patriot, tan, 85k mi. ........................... $10,995*
2005 Honda Accord, silver, 149k mi.. ...................... $9,995
2006 Chevy Malibu Maxx, tan, 70k mi. ................... $8,995
1997 Ford F250, green, diesel, 192k mi. ................. $8,995
2002 Buick Park Avenue, silver, 99k mi. ........... $6,995*
1997 Ford F150 XLT, silver, ext. cab, 127k mi. ........... $5,995
1997 Ford F250, white, diesel, 216k mi. ......................... $4,995
2000 Ford Focus SE, black, 148k mi. ........................ $2,995
www.sandsmotorsinc.com
444-2341 or Toll Free - 800-584-9205 • Watford City, ND
cleaning. RV spaces/ full
hookups. Riverview & Whispering Trees Suites & RV.
glendivemotelrental.com or
call 406-253-0451 or 406939-1720.
(10-tfn)
GLENDIVE AREA
4600 sq. ft. home, 8 bedroom,
3 bath, 1 level. Lots of parking. Meals & cleaning available if needed. For lease to a
company or group of individuals. Also 3+bedroom, 2
bath,large newly remodeled
basement. No smoking, no
pets. Minimum 1 year lease.
Call for an appointment to
view. 406-377-5918.
(24-tfn)
SERVICES
HOT SHOT TRUCKING
Haul Lass, LLC is now servicing the area. Delivering
anywhere, anytime! Reliable, responsible & local!
Give me a call at 406-4800126 or 406-488-6613, email
[email protected] or fax
406-488-6107. Dianna Hoff,
Hauler.
(47-tfn)
WINDSHIELD
REPLACEMENTS
Lowest price around. Quick
service. Over 300 windshields in stock for cars, pickups & semis. Magrum Motors, 1820 2nd St. W.,
Williston. 701-572-0114.
(5-tfn)
PAINTING
Will paint houses, barns,
quonsets, silos, grain bins,
etc. References available.
R&L Painting, 406-4888244.
(5-tfn)
MONUMENTS
Azure & Son Monuments:
Grave covers, markers, all
colors & sizes, custom designs, scenes, final dates,
pictures. We sell monuments,
no extra charge for lettering.
Box 2, Froid, MT 59226, 406766-2326 or 406-839-0910
(cell).
(20-tfn)
FARM & RANCH
FOR SALE
1974 Chevy 2 ton truck w/box
& hoist. v8, 4 speed x 2 speed
tran FS, in great shape.
Beline 3224 AP was on 45'
CP in good shape. 7x16 stock
trailer bumper pull in very
good shape. 701-694-2071.
(29-2tp)
MINERALS &
SUPPLEMENTS
Complete line of minerals &
supplements. Protein & mineral tabs for cattle, horses &
sheep. All types of liquid feed
for livestock. Calving supplies. R&J Ag Supply 406488-1953, 406-480-2006, 1800-233-2499, Sidney, MT.
Your local Bible
Book Store. If we
don't have it, we'll
order it for you.
119 So. Central
Sidney, MT
406-433-3355
www.carpentersstorehaus.com
www.gloriasdiscovery.com
WELDING
Welding & repair work. No
job is too small. Portable
welder, reasonable rates.
701-444-2936.
(30-tfn)
Winter Wheat Seed
COMPLETE SERVICE
CENTER
• AP 503 CL Certified, PVP
The Roundup provides free
Fax service at Meuchel Computer Services, Watford City,
ND, for all news, photos & advertising copy. You may drop
your Roundup payments at
Meuchels.
(tfn)
• Hawken Certified, PVP
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A great way to clean up grass’s and volunteer grain.
Agri Pro newest option. Great yield potential.
Get Your Order In Today Supply is Limited!!
Larry’s Seed & Ag Supply Inc.
Keene ND
Larry 701-770-2500 • Jason 701-770-0926
14 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012
(2-tfn)
VERMEER HAYING
EQUIPMENT
VEHICLES
FOR SALE
See us today for all your
haying & feeding equipment,
sweeps & farm oil. Anderson
Vermeer Sales & Service.
Open Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5:30
p.m. 701-828-3358 or 701828-3482 (after hrs.).
Alexander, ND.
(42-tfn)
ROUGH LUMBER,
POSTS
We stock rough lumber,
wood posts, and rails.
Williston Saddlery, Hwy 2
West, 701-572-2267.
(25-8tc)
FEEDING DEER?
We sell Purina "Quick Draw"
Deer Blocks; deer love them.
Williston Saddlery, Hwy 2
West, 701-572-2267.
(25-5tc)
1984 V65 Honda Magna
$2500. 1979 F250 Ford 2x4
8ft box, 72k miles, sharp
$6500. 406-489-2705 leave
call back number.
(29-2tp)
FOR SALE
1995 Chevy 1/2t reg. cab v8,
Auto tran., B.S., B.L, B.W,
Stero, long box, low miles,
great shape. 701-694-2071.
(29-2tp)
FOR SALE
1984 Chevy pickup 4x4, 350
auto transmission, in good
shape $4,500. 1969 Chevy
Nova project car, 350 auto
transmission you finish, new
& extra parts $3,000. 406488-5412 after 6 p.m.
(28-2tp)
FOR SALE
2007 Chevy Trailblazer,
111,000 Highway miles, remote start, Bose 5-disc stereo system, electric sunroof,
engine babied. NADA is
$12,770. Asking $11,000.
406-489-0483.
(27-tfn)
FOR SALE
2006 LTZ Suburban 55,000
miles $24,000, 2006 Ford 4
dr diesel pickup 44,000
miles $28,000, 2007 Suzuli
4 wheeler, street legal,
&2,800. 406-482-3356.
(29-2tc)
RECREATIONAL
VEHICLES
FOR SALE
2012 Polaris HD Ranger, gun
rack, poly cab & doors, grass
window & plexi glass window, Big Horn tires, heater,
engine brake system, self
leveling. Like new $15,500.
406-747-3021.
(28-4tp)
FOR SALE
2007 Puma 29' Trailer Premiere Package, 13' slide,
oven, frig,, microwave,A/c,
shower surround w/skylight,2
swivel rockers, oak cabinets,
tv antenna, cable hookup,
day/nigh shades, awning,
stero, speakers, surround
sound, 2 new batteries, 230# propane tanks, stabilizer
jacks, leveler, hitch, new tires.
very well maintained.
$13,900. 406-949-0555.
(29-2tp)
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
Honda ES 6500 watt Generator twin cylinder liquid
cooled $1750. 3- Rpoer
Pump's $800 ea or $2200 all
Watford City 307-321-3205
(29-1tp)
$375; glider rocker & foot rest,
$200; lazy boy recliner, $325;
coffee table, $200, 1 end
table, $100; china hutch,
$125. All in good condition.
406-480-3260.
(19-tfn)
WANTED
SIDNEY COMBAT CLUB
42ft 2000 Arnes tri-axle belly
dump. 406-670-1717 or 406768-5800.
(28-2tp)
We train men & women for
mixed martial arts competitions, self-defense and conditioning. Mon-Thurs. 7 pm.
Kayla Mindt is now training
for our Fall event. 34752 CR
119, 5 miles south of Sidney
on Hwy 16. First two weeks
free. $50/month. For more
info, call Barry 406-4802024.
(17-tfn)
WAGON FOR SALE
WE BUY ALL GOLD,
Antique wooden wagon, not
useable, good as a yard
decoration. 406-480-3260.
(25-tfn)
Silver , Coins, & Guns and
Pay Top Dollar. Glendive
Pawn, across from K-Mart,
Glendive, MT. 406-3776666.
(27-8tc)
FOR SALE
Oven stove microwave with
fan & lights. New water bottle
cooler. Portable A.C. & coolers. All new. 701-694-2071.
(29-2tp)
FOR SALE
FIRE RESISTANT
Fire resistant clothing available at The Other Place,
Culbertson, MT. 406-7875211.
(50-tfn)
FOR SALE
25' tall Windmill for decorative purposes, $1000 OBO.
406-798-3314.
(7-tfn)
FOR SALE
Brand-new 15 ft. Canvasonly for electric awning. 406489-4947 or 406-798-3848.
(15-tfn)
FURNITURE FOR SALE
2 living room chairs,$40
each; 2 lamps, $25 each; 1
couch, $400 each; love seat,
YARD SALE ST. JOHN
LUTHERAN
W 2nd St. & Ellery Ave.
Fairview Sat Sept 8th 8am
...Plate collection, tea kettle,
trivet, antique flat irons, toys
and much more.
(29-1tp)
RAMBUR'S HUGE
MULTI GARAGE SALE.
2 blocks No. of Millers Corner. watch for signs. Sept 7,
9-7, Sept 8, 9-?. Mens &
womens good clothes,
housewares, small furniture,
wall decor, tools, welder, air
compressor. Lots of good
stuff.
(29-1tp)
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or just plain
bored?
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BEFORE THE
DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE
OF THE STATE OF
MONTANA
LIQUOR LICENSING
NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR
ISSUANCE OF ONE
ORIGINAL (NEW)
MONTANA
ALL-ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES LICENSE
On July 23, 2012, Colby
John, Inc. - Sole
Shareholder: Colby
Hernandez, filed an
application for the
issuance of a license to be
used at COLBY'S CASINO
AND CARD ROOM, 4 US
Highway 2, Bainville,
Roosevelt County,
Montana.
Protests against an
application must be (1)
made in writing, (2) mailed
to the Department of
Revenue, Liquor Licensing,
PO Box 1712, Helena,
Montana 59624-1712, and
(3) received and date
stamped by the
Department no later than
the 17th day of September,
2012. Protests will be
accepted from residents of
the county from which the
application originates,
residents of adjoining
counties, or residents of
adjoining counties in
another state if the criteria
in subsection 16-4-207
(4)(d), MCA, are met.
Each protestor is required
to mail a separate letter
that contains in legible
print, the protestor's full
name, mailing address,
and street address. Each
letter must be signed by
the protestor. Protest
petitions bearing the
names and signatures of
more than one protestor
will not be considered.
Protest letters must
provide the trade name, or
applicant name associated
with the license being
protested for identification
purposes. Protest letters
must contain a clear
statement of the writer's
intent to protest the
application. The grounds
for protest of an application
for a new license are
limited to those set out in
section 16-4-405, MCA for
denial of a license, and
public convenience and
necessity as set forth in
section 16-4-203, MCA.
Protest letters which do not
provide the information
described in this paragraph
will not be considered valid
protest letters. Only those
grounds for protest raised
in valid protest letters will
be considered at hearing.
An individual's testimony at
hearing will be limited to
the grounds for protest
raised in that individual's
valid protest letter.
If the department receives
a sufficient number of
protests to require a
hearing pursuant to
section 16-4-207(4)(a),
MCA, a hearing will be
scheduled in Helena,
Montana. If the
department receives a
sufficient number of
protests to require a
hearing pursuant to
section 16-4-207(4)(b),
MCA, to determine public
convenience and
necessity, a hearing will be
held in the county in which
the proposed premises is
located. All qualified
protestors will be notified
of the time, date, and
location of the hearing.
Hearings are typically
scheduled within 90 days
following the protest
deadline.
If a sufficient
number of protests to
require a hearing are not
received and all licensing
criteria have been
satisfied, the department
may issue the license
without holding a hearing.
DATED: August 7, 2012
BY:Jessica Burbank
Compliance Specialist
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Lunch
Menus
Sidney Schools
Wed., Sept 5: Burritos, tossed salad,
watermelon,milk.
Thurs., Sept 6: Tater tot hot dish ,
green beans, strawberry banna sauce,
dinner roll, milk.
Fri., Sept 7: BQ riblets, cheesy potatoes, mixed vegetables, fresh fruit, milk.
Mon., Sept 10: Pizza hot pockets,
tossed salad, carrot sticks, pears, milk.
Tuse.Sept 11: Chicken buger, cheesy
potatoes,greenbeans,mandarinoranges,
milk.
Richey Schools
Wed., Sept 5: SUPER SALAD BAR.
Thurs., Sept 6: Lasagna, Green
Beans,Pears,Breadsticks.
Fri., Sept 7: Hot Dogs, Chips, bars,
Apples.
Mon., Sept.10: Burritos, lettuce salad,
corn,apples.
Tues., Sept 11: Chicken Fried Steak
Mashed Potatoes Gravy, Green Beans,
Oranges,Bread.
E. Fairview School
Wed., Sept 5: Turkey wrap, roasted
potatowedges,saladbar.
Thurs., Sept 6: Chef salad, muffin,
salad bar.
Fri., Sept 7: Taco pasta bake, corn on
the cob, salad bar
Mon., Sept 10: Tator tot casserole,
bread sticks, salad bar.
Tues.,Sept 11:Fish burger, pasta with
parmesancheese, saladbar.
Fairview School
Wed., Sept 5: Chickenfettucinealfredo,
Caesar salad, fruit, breadstick.
Thurs., Sept 6:Tator tot hot dish, corn,
fruit, pudding, dessert.
Fri., Sept 7: Enchilada hot dish, tossed
salad, fruit, dessert.
Mon., Sept. 10: Biscuits & gravy, hash
browns, eggs, fruit.
Tues., Sept. 11: Baked tacos,
rice,refried beans, fruit, dessert.
Culbertson School
Wed., Sept 5: Hot dogs, french fries,
peas,grapes.
Thurs., Sept 6: Vegetarian chili, corn
breadmuffins,pears,snickerdoodle.
Fri., Sept 7: Hamburgers,bakedbeans,
peaches.
Mon., Sept 10: Oven fried chicken,
potatosalad,broccoli/cauliflower.
Tues.,Sept 11:Rainbow rotini noodles,
meat & vegetables sauce, garlic bread,
peaches.
Bainville School
Wed., Sept 5: Tator tot hotdish, green
beans, fruit, bread.
Thurs., Sept 6: turkey & cheese croissants, corn, fruit.
Fri., Sept 7: Cheese tortellini, marinara
sauce, peas & carrots, fruit.
Mon., Sept 10: Pizza sticks, fresh
broccoli,pineapple.
Tues., Sept 11: Meatballs, potato,
sugar snap peas, roll, fruit.
Lambert School
Wed., Sept 5: Baked potato, creamed
corn, apple crisp, milk.
Thurs., Sept 6: Chicken patties,
mashed potatoes, gravy, carrots, pineapple,milk.
Fri., Sept 7: Lunch in Richey.
Mon., Sept 10: Chickenalaking,salad,
pineappleupsidedowncake,milk.
Tues., Sept 11: Tacos, fresh veggies,
jello,milk.
Froid School
Wed., Sept. 5: Hamburger gravy over
mashedpotatoes,greenbeans,dessert,
buns&milk.
Thurs., Sept 6: Chicken patties, salad
bar, relishes, fruit, buns, milk.
Fri., Sept 7: Riblets w/BBQ sauce, potato salad, relishes, fruit, buns, milk.
Mon., Sept 10:Polishdogs,sauerkraut,
baked beans, chips, fruit, buns, milk.
Tues., Sept 11: Chicken fajita salad,
fruit, dessert, buns, milk.
Savage School
Wed., Sept 5: Taco soup, bread sticks,
cheese sticks, pineapple, milk.
Thurs., Sept 6: Barber poles, soup,
freshveggiecup,applesauce,milk.
Fri., Sept 7: Chicken fajita/shell, lettuce cups, tropical fruit, pudding, carrots,
milk.
Mon., Sept 10:Chicken strips, mashed
potatoes, carrots, apples/oranges, milk.
Tues.,Sept 11:Spaghetti/meat sauce,
corn,apricots,cottage cheese, dessert,
garlicbread.
Rau School
Wed., Sept 5: Tater tot hot dish, corn,
peaches,bun,milk.
Thur., Sept 6: Egg roll, rice, carrots,
mandarinoranges,milk.
Fri., Sept 7:Tuna sandwiches, pickle,
veggies/ranch,fruit,cake,milk.
Mon., Sept 10: Chicken strips, potatoes/gravy, corn, peaches, milk.
Tues., Sept 11: Breakfast for lunch.
16 ROUNDUP, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012

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