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Pumpkin Patch comes to Watford City

Pumpkin Patch comes to Watford City

City’s first Pumpkin Patch to be open Saturdays and Sundays until Halloween

Posted 10/13/15 (Tue)read more »

City, county see continued growth ahead

City, county see continued growth ahead

Watford City, McKenzie County could see up to 40 percent of state’s projected oil production job growth

Posted 10/06/15 (Tue)read more »

A duty of honor and service

A duty of honor and service

Volunteer firemen relish their job in spite of stress

Posted 10/06/15 (Tue)read more »

El-Dweek becomes county’s second judge

El-Dweek becomes county’s second judge

History was made on Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015, when Daniel El-Dweek officially became the second district judge to serve in North Dakota’s Northwest Judicial District,

Posted 10/06/15 (Tue)read more »

School Board okays $16.5 million budget

Board approves 14.24 percent General Fund levy increase

Posted 9/29/15 (Tue)read more »

Henrikson pleads guilty to murder for hire

Former Watford City man faced 11 charges including murder for hire, murder conspiracy and solicitation and heroin dealing

Posted 9/29/15 (Tue)read more »

University of Mary looks to build presence in Watford

University of Mary looks to build presence in Watford

Goal is to offer adult programs, undergraduate and graduate degrees to students from Watford City campus

Posted 9/29/15 (Tue)read more »

Oil, gas production holds steady

Oil, gas production holds steady

McKenzie County continues to lead North Dakota in oil, gas production

Posted 9/22/15 (Tue)read more »

Watford Police arrest man with homemade bomb

A routine traffic stop by Dylan Bostic, a Watford City Police Department detective, on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 12, turned out to be anything but routine.

Posted 9/22/15 (Tue)read more »

County leads state in motor vehicle fatalities

Excessive speed, driving impaired, distracted drivers and lack of seat belt use combine for deadly accidents

Posted 9/22/15 (Tue)read more »

City, county not seeing much of a slowdown

City, county not seeing much of a slowdown

Watford City has seen its population grow 88 percent from 2010 to 2013

Posted 9/15/15 (Tue)read more »

Another year of record enrollment

Posted 9/15/15 (Tue)read more »

County is home to the world’s largest compactor

County is home to the world’s largest compactor

Landfill takes delivery of 62-ton trash compactor

Posted 9/15/15 (Tue)read more »

Deputy injured in wreck with semi

Cloud life-flighted to St. Alexius Hospital

Posted 9/08/15 (Tue)read more »

Deputy faces charges of giving false information

Schmitz charged with two misdemeanors

Posted 9/08/15 (Tue)read more »

Work on 4th Ave. project 25 percent complete

Work on 4th Ave. project 25 percent complete

Work concentrates on storm water drain system, Cherry Creek Bridge and pedestrian underpass

Posted 9/08/15 (Tue)read more »

County looks at lower Preliminary Budget

Of $170 million in budget requests, nearly $101.9 million going to roads and bridges

Posted 9/08/15 (Tue)read more »

Alexander to celebrate Old Settlers’ Day

Chili Cook-off, parade, barbecue, street dance among weekend’s events

Posted 9/01/15 (Tue)read more »

City rushes to wrap up street projects

City rushes to wrap up street projects

Watford City motorists will soon see less detour signs and can finally start to look forward to a fall season with less roadwork.

Posted 9/01/15 (Tue)read more »

Foss honored with ESGR Patriot Award

Foss honored with ESGR Patriot Award

National Guard honors principal elementary school with two awards

Posted 9/01/15 (Tue)read more »