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Oil production likely to drop to 900,000 daily barrels

Oil production likely to drop to 900,000 daily barrels

Gas up while oil production drops 2 percent in June

Posted 8/16/16 (Tue)read more »

Owner, worker face arson, insurance fraud charges in fire

Owner, worker face arson, insurance fraud charges in fire

Charges stem from June fire that destroyed Watford City restaurant

Posted 8/16/16 (Tue)read more »

Sheriff wins hearing as attorney points to courthouse turmoil

Sheriff wins hearing as attorney points to courthouse turmoil

Charges against Sheriff’s Office leveled as ‘absurd,’ ‘ridiculous,’ ‘frivolous’

Posted 8/09/16 (Tue)read more »

Watford schools poised to see record enrollment

Watford schools poised to see record enrollment

With anticipated enrollment above 325 students, high school could begin two-year transition to Class A sports

Posted 8/09/16 (Tue)read more »

20 teams get Ribfest cooking

20 teams get Ribfest cooking

Friday’s Best of the West Ribfest will feature over six tons of ribs, plus entertainment for the entire family

Posted 8/09/16 (Tue)read more »

Construction of new healthcare facility begins

Construction of new healthcare facility begins

With approval of $58 million USDA loan, MCHS to begin construction of new hospital, clinic, nursing home

Posted 8/02/16 (Tue)read more »

County residents taking their concerns over radioactive waste to Bismarck

Illegal 2015 meeting created waste program upping accepted waste levels

Posted 8/02/16 (Tue)read more »

Safety is main concern for four-laning U.S. 85

Safety is main concern for four-laning U.S. 85

Residents express concerns for national park and environment

Posted 8/02/16 (Tue)read more »

State loans Arnegard $380K for lagoons

State loans Arnegard $380K for lagoons

Loan part of $3.4 million project to better city’s wastewater treatment

Posted 8/02/16 (Tue)read more »

County weighs new 911 dispatch

County weighs new 911 dispatch

Schwartzenberger wants to bring dispatch service back to Sheriff’s Office

Posted 7/26/16 (Tue)read more »

‘Pokemon Go’ grabs locals with easy leisure

Cuddly creatures from ’90s games now wildly popular in mobile app

Posted 7/26/16 (Tue)read more »

Agencies sign agreements for sexual assault services

Agencies sign agreements for sexual assault services

McKenzie County team collaborates to aid victims of domestic violence, sexual assault

Posted 7/26/16 (Tue)read more »

Sanford wins Emergency Responder of the Year

Sanford wins Emergency Responder of the Year

Annual appreciation dinner brings together the who’s who of emergency responders in McKenzie County.

Posted 7/19/16 (Tue)read more »

‘Bouncing along bottom,’ oil production sees resistance

‘Bouncing along bottom,’ oil production sees resistance

DMR says state has hit bottom, daily production likely to drop below 1 million barrels by year’s end.

Posted 7/19/16 (Tue)read more »

Support of the police is strong throughout Watford City

Support of the police is strong throughout Watford City

Community relations show approval of law enforcement.

Posted 7/19/16 (Tue)read more »

Locals rally around law enforcement

Locals rally around law enforcement

Sunday event brought out support of ‘Back the Blue’

Posted 7/12/16 (Tue)read more »

VIPs to judge Best of the West Ribfest

VIP tickets give people access to all of the ribs, plus many more perks

Posted 7/12/16 (Tue)read more »

Capturing aslice of McKenzie County

Capturing aslice of McKenzie County

Pulitzer winning photojournalist to present past project on Philippine Revolution at Boulder Ridge Community Center

Posted 7/12/16 (Tue)read more »

Watford’s taxable sales continue downward slide

McKenzie County’s sales drop over 50 percent in first quarter of 2016

Posted 7/05/16 (Tue)read more »

Fire guts Watford City restaurant

Fire guts Watford City restaurant

Early morning fire destroys TJ’s Pizza

Posted 7/05/16 (Tue)read more »