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SIGNAL PEAK COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Applications for grants from the Signal Peak Community Foundation are being accepted until September 20, 2020. Grants are awarded in October to non-profit organizations located in Musselshell County. The Board’s general guidelines for applications...

 

Roundup Memorial Healthcare Recognized for Improvement in Patient Care

Roundup Memorial Healthcare was recently awarded the Montana Rural Healthcare Performance Improvement Network’s Quality Improvement Award for its work on Improving Timely Response to Call Buttons. The Montana Rural Healthcare Performance...

 

September 24th Blood Drive

BILLINGS, Mont. – The Roundup Community Blood Drive is scheduled Thursday, September 24h from 12p-6p at the Musselshell County Emergency Operations Center. The Roundup Community Blood Drive is an integral part of Vitalant Montana. In 2019 your... Full story

 

MSU Graduate Places in National Economics Competition

By Reagan Colyer, MSU News Service BOZEMAN — A recent Montana State University graduate placed second in a national agricultural economics competition last month, the first MSU student to place in the program’s top three. Molly DelCurto, who...

 

Have You Heard About KQLJ?

Roundup is lucky to have a local Christian radio station. KQLJ 105.5 FM Roundup Christian Broadcasting is a low power FM station on 24 hours a day with family programming from 3ABN. It also on the emergency broadcasting network for this area. The...

 

RSVP News & Notes

RSVP is Seeking New Advisory Board Members.. RSVP Advisory Board meets on the 2nd Friday of each month for approximately 1 hour. We usually hold these meetings at the RSVP office in Roundup between noon and 1pm. The Advisory Board assists RSVP with...

 

Fraud Alert: Scammers Claiming to be with DOJ, Preying on Elderly

BILLINGS — The Department of Justice is advising the public of an imposter scam in which persons claiming to represent the department are calling individuals and appear to be targeting the elderly. The Office of Justice Programs’ Office for...

 

Musselshell Unity Drive

The Musselshell Unity Drive is coming in October. Be thinking now about contributing to a worthy cause. All contributions are tax deductible. The Musselshell County Food Bank provides an emergency three to five day food supply for needy people in...

 

Crop Insurance Deadline Nears in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming

BILLINGS, Mont., Sept. 4, 2020 — USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) reminds producers of fall-planted crops in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming to apply for crop insurance coverage for the 2021 crop year before the September 30... Full story

 

Musselshell County Court Report

Musselshell County Justice Court Merfeld, Zebulun, Driving without a valid drivers license, Fines: $200 and Costs: $35 and Obstructing a peace officer, Fines: $260 and Costs: $75 and 8 days in jail Siewert, Paul Edward, Criminal Trespass, Fines:...

 

Drainpipe Cause of New Zealand Mudsnails at FWP Fish Hatchery

Since New Zealand mudsnails were detected at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Bluewater Fish Hatchery Tuesday, Aug. 18, the department continues to look at whether infected fish were stocked at lakes or reservoirs and what led to the infestation....

 

FSA Disaster Programs Notice of Loss Requirements

It’s important for agricultural producers to report losses immediately as all disaster programs are dependent on the timely reporting of the loss. A notice of loss can be filed with USDA Farm Service Agency via phone, email, fax or office visit....

 

Roundup City Court

Roundup City Court August 1-31, 2020 Merfeld, Zebulan Shea, Revocation of suspended sentence, jail 13 days Mehrer, Denton Andrew Scott, operating without liability insurance, Fines: $510 AND Costs: $25 and Habitual offender operating motor vehicle,...

 

Attorney General William P. Barr And Acting Administrator Timothy J. Shea Announce Results of Operation Crystal Shield

Nearly 29,000 pounds of methamphetamine seized by DEA before reaching streets, including Montana's, across the country WASHINGTON – Today, Attorney General William P. Barr and Drug Enforcement Administration Acting Administrator Timothy J. Shea...

 

Hayley Stahl Is New Member of American Angus Association

Hayley Stahl, Roundup, Montana, is a new junior member of the American Angus Association®, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national organization with headquarters in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Junior members of the Association are eligible to... Full story

 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES!!!

RSVP and Northern Treasures are teaming up again this year to provide what we can in the way of school supplies for our students. First, we are asking for donations from our community, business or personal. This can come a any size cash donation, or...

 
 By Dave Ponte    News    September 9, 2020

One on One with Musselshell County Commissioner Nicole Borner

I sat down with Musselshell County Commissioner Nicole Borner and discussed the recently completed audits that Musselshell County has had to endure due to years of neglect and kicking the proverbial...

 

Violent crime increasing in Yellowstone County

BILLINGS – Violent crime in Yellowstone County has increased significantly since COVID-19 appeared in Montana, a trend law enforcement attribute to methamphetamine and domestic violence, federal and local law enforcement officials announced today....

 

Montana Department of Transportation Issues New Load Posting for US 87 Elk Creek Bridge

Helena, Mont. –– The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) recently issued a new load posting for the US 87 Elk Creek Bridge, between Grass Range (five miles SE) and Roundup in Fergus County. The posting is part of a multi-year effort to...

 

FWP Sets Urban Archery Deer Hunt in Roundup

Roundup urban archery deer hunt map 2020 FWP has scheduled a special archery-only hunt for property in and around Roundup to reduce the number of mule deer in town. Special tags for the hunt go on sale on a first-come first-served basis starting at...

 

St Honorata Catholic Church

Several years ago present and past parishioners of St Honorata Catholic Church stepped up to raise money to pay for improvements, and pay for expenses to their cherished church building in Musselshell. To accomplish the work necessary they began...

 

HEARING SCREENINGS IN SCHOOLS

The Central Montana Learning Resource Center Cooperative will be screening students in Melstone, Roundup, Lavina, Ryegate, Golden Valley Colony, Harlowton, Martinsdale Colony, Deerfield Colony, Duncan Ranch Colony, Judith Gap, Hobson, Stanford,...

 

MSU Wins $3 Million Grant for Providing Nanotechnology Resources to Region

Marshall Swearingen, MSU News Service BOZEMAN — With a $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Montana State University will continue offering a suite of specialized nanotechnology tools to the region. The five-year funding renewal... Full story

 

COMMISSION STATEMENT ON MONTANA SUPREME COURT DECISION IN VOTE SOLAR V. MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE REGULATION

HELENA, Montana — The Montana Public Service Commission today issued the following statement on the Montana Supreme Court’s decision in Vote Solar v. Montana Department of Public Service Regulation (2020 MT 213). The federal law at issue in this...

 

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