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Badlands Arts Showcase back with more in 2nd year

Badlands Arts Showcase back with more in 2nd year

Pencil drawing, photography, dance, music highlight local arts scene

Posted 5/02/17 (Tue)read more »

Burgum signs bill on river minerals

New law halts alleged land grab

Posted 5/02/17 (Tue)read more »

Countywide burn ban now in effect

County commissioners restrict fires during high fire index days

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

Nine candidates apply for auditor/treasurer opening

Successful applicant will fill Svihovec’s term to 2019

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

N.D. Tourism honors Rough Rider Center

N.D. Tourism honors Rough Rider Center

Center receives state’s Trailblazer Award for Innovation

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

Waste workers recover man’s $1,000

18-month-old infant believed to have thrown cash into the trash

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

Sheriff’s removal case delayed

May 3 hearing set for defense’s motions to dismiss

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

Watford readies for “Pick Up the Patch”

Watford readies for “Pick Up the Patch”

Volunteers banding together to help clean road ditches on May 6

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

Subsoil moisture looks good for planting

Subsoil moisture looks good for planting

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

Rookses bring rules, privileges to new LEC

Rookses bring rules, privileges to new LEC

Privileges, positive reinforcement highlight local corrections

Posted 4/25/17 (Tue)read more »

School purchases MEC property

School purchases MEC property

Site will house school district’s transportation dept.

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

Pumpjack device offers easy safety

Pumpjack device offers easy safety

Watford City man’s patented Pat-Loc keeps workers out of harm’s way

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

Arts Foundation to host Badlands Arts Showcase

April 27 event to feature Native American hoop dancer, plus local artists

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

Is the need for  essential worker housing ending?

Is the need for essential worker housing ending?

City contemplates getting out of the landlord business

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

Oil, gas production increases

Oil, gas production increases

Daily oil production rises above 1 million barrels during February

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

Bakken hiring boom is back

Oilfield production job openings reach a new 20-month high

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

New North Dakotans reflect on their first winter

New North Dakotans reflect on their first winter

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

Prosecutor: Sheriff’s ‘removal is not appropriate’

Special prosecutor withdraws, recommends mediation for county officials

Posted 4/18/17 (Tue)read more »

Cranston wins honor of being Mayor for a Day

Cranston wins honor of being Mayor for a Day

Posted 4/11/17 (Tue)read more »

Teaching offers challenges, nostalgia

Teaching offers challenges, nostalgia

‘Magical, romantic’ Horse Creek School demands hard work, offers rustic setting

Posted 4/11/17 (Tue)read more »