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Community Power Hour Is New Monthly Sidney Community Get Together

Since June, the third Tuesday of every month has been the date for the events. They go from 8:15 a.m.-9:15 a.m., and are at a different business each time, and with a different topic. The first one in June was held at Mimi's Kitchen and the topic was based on advice from veteran business owners. The second one in July was held at Bittersweet Hide Out & Coffee Shack and was about "Taking Over Existing Businesses". The third Community Power Hour will be held at Sidney Country Club and will be about "Front Door Facades", featuring Marci Lynn Sondeno, Marci Sondeno Lucky Design & Event Planner and Heidy MacGrady, B's Designs.
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Richland Co. Fair Grand Champions

The Richland Co. 4H program awarded their fair grand champions on Aug. 3 during the Richland Co. Fair, Sidney. Kraken Oil purchased both grand champion hog & steer. William Head also sold his grand champion lamb to Border Steel during the auction.
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Williston to Vegas: Sun Country to provide direct flights starting September 8

WILLISTON, N.D. (KFYR) - People in northwest North Dakota will soon have an easier opportunity to fly south for the fall and winter. Making plans to visit Las Vegas can be difficult in the Williston area, because the cheapest option forces you to drive at least two hours away to a different airport. That all changes next month, when Sun Country Airlines returns to provide a direct flight from the Williston Basin International Airport.
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200-Light Drone Show To Take To The Skies Aug. 14 In Williston

Williston, ND – The City of Williston's first ever drone show will be held on Sunday, Aug. 14 at dusk. The drone show will be held in conjunction with the 14-year-old Babe Ruth World Series (BRWS) at Aafedt Stadium. "Our partnership with the Babe Ruth World Series shows how...
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Sorenson Hopes To End 2022 Season With A Win

Thirteen-year-old Matthew Sorenson, Williston, has been racing his No. 110 slingshot car for the past two seasons. This year, he has high hopes of winning the Slingshot Track Champion title at the Williston Basin Speedway. "This year I would like to win track champion and I am in second for...
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Pediatrician Set To Join Sidney Health Center's Medical Staff

Sidney, MT - Sidney Health Center is pleased to announce the successful recruitment of Dr. Susan Swayne. Dr. Swayne joins the medical staff with more than 25 years of experience as a pediatrician and plans to start seeing patients at the Primary Care Clinic this month. As a board-certified pediatrician,...
SIDNEY, MT
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Sidney Tiger Sharks Back-To-Back State Champs!

The Sharks did it again. They are back-to-back State champs and this coach couldn't be more proud. We had a great showing on Saturday and the majority made it to finals on Sunday. The Eastern Federation teams definitely showed up in full force as the state champs were named. Sidney took first in the AA classifications with Lewistown and Scobey scooping up 2nd and 3rd. Chinook took first in the Class A division with Glendive rounding up the 2nd place. In the Class B division Fort Benton took home the 1st place trophy and in Class C Roundup took home the 1st place trophy. State swim had its ups and downs with Saturday being the coldest, wetest and longest meet of the season. The last qualifying race on Saturday ended in a tie and there had to be a swim off at 7:25 p.m. The athletes persevered like Sharks know how to do by bundling up, finding camp fires, and heated cars to dry up in. This meet we did not bring home high point trophies but we had many Tiger Sharks ranked 2nd and 3rd for high points. There were many medals hanging around the Tiger Sharks necks as most placed in the top three placements. Not only did we bring home the 1st place trophy we also swept up the 1st place relay trophy as most of our relays took 1st place. We had no seniors this year, and with the work ethic, dedication, of all these swimmers I am in hopes the team will continue to grow and find great success. Swim team is much more than a sport, it capitalizes on the best life lessons: goals, dedication, friendship, sportsmanship, success, bouncing back from disappointment, and of course physical conditioning which instills a healthy lifestyle that is easy on your body. The commitment and work ethic of these athletes is commendable, and I'm so proud that they earned the Top ranking two years in a row. As one of our biggest fans used to say, "It's a great day to be a Tiger Shark".
SIDNEY, MT
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Williston Basin School District approves preliminary budget

WILLISTON, N.D. (KUMV) - The Williston Basin School District approved their preliminary budget Monday. The figures, prepared by superintendent Richard Faidley and his administrative team, show a $70 million revenue budget, which he calls a conservative estimate, that will cover their expenses. The mill levy total this year is expected to be 82 mills, three less than last year. With the preliminary work done, Faidley says it’s now his goal to help make sure the district’s financials remain transparent to the community.
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Babe Ruth World Series a big opportunity for Williston Tourism

WILLISTON, N.D. (KUMV) - Teams from all over the country will be arriving in Williston this week for the 14-year-old Babe Ruth World Series. For local officials, this means more than just baseball. While the tournament committee works on getting Ardean Aafedt Stadium ready, the Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau...
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Foundation For Community Care Holds Hard Hat Tour

The Foundation for Community Care and Sidney Health Center held a Hard Hat Tour on July 26. A bus left from the Foundation office and took guests on a tour of three Sidney Health Center services including the new rehab location, the Cancer Care Center to discuss upcoming changes and to see the Care Flight plane funded in part by the Foundation.
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