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University of Mary to offer first live classes in Watford City

University of Mary to offer first live classes in Watford City

Schedule offers two business,one liberal arts class at Rough Rider Center

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

Program feeds over 1,300 meals daily

Program feeds over 1,300 meals daily

As school district’s Food Service Supervisor, Shelley is getting the job done

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

Supreme Court rules in favor of Schwartzenberger

State’s highest court overturns lower court ruling, says county commissioners can’t discipline sheriff’s staff

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

Made in the shade

Made in the shade

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Watford City schools shatter former enrollment record

Watford City schools shatter former enrollment record

McKenzie County School District No. 1 sees record enrollment of 1,554 students

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Drought is buzzkill for beekeepers

Drought is buzzkill for beekeepers

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Old Settlers’ Day honors Lewis couple

Old Settlers’ Day honors Lewis couple

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Former deputy accused of sex acts with minor

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

From the Farmers Market to a permanent home

From the Farmers Market to a permanent home

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Crestwood pledges $150,000 to new healthcare facility

Crestwood pledges $150,000 to new healthcare facility

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Landfill offers free e-waste collection

Landfill offers free e-waste collection

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

Sheriff extends hand on return to county meeting

Sheriff extends hand on return to county meeting

Sheriff, county commissioners meet again after 10 months

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

County drops over $200K on removal-related costs

County drops over $200K on removal-related costs

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

ONEOK buoys after the boom

ONEOK buoys after the boom

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

City hopes study will help draw new businesses

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

Courthouse IT left precarious after service company shakeup

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

Schools expect to see growth in student numbers

Schools expect to see growth in student numbers

Watford City schools expect to see 1,480 students on first day of classes

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

County joins interim study for oil impacts

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

Tobacco Gardens bay in need of dredging

Posted 8/22/17 (Tue)read more »

River Commission looks at industrial uses

River Commission looks at industrial uses

Posted 8/15/17 (Tue)read more »