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Math whiz kids

W.C.H.S. MathCounts team wins State championship

Posted 3/13/13 (Wed)read more »

Oppidan breaks ground on $20 million development

Cash Wise Grocery, Alco, chinese buffet to anchor new retail complex

Posted 3/06/13 (Wed)read more »

Post Office hires more staff to improve service

Customers see improvement in service

Posted 3/06/13 (Wed)read more »

Christian Academy finishes remodeling

Five months after semi smashed into the school, students return to new classrooms

Posted 3/06/13 (Wed)read more »

Students get ready to move into new school

Elementary students to be bussed to high school for lunch

Posted 3/06/13 (Wed)read more »

Making Watford a better place

Roughrider Fund is pouring millions of dollars into community projects

Posted 2/27/13 (Wed)read more »

Residents want U.S. 85 bypass west of Alexander

Route of U.S. 85 around Alexander to become part of four-lane highway from Williston to Watford City

Posted 2/27/13 (Wed)read more »

Center opens to rave reviews

New wellness center sees jump in membership

Posted 2/27/13 (Wed)read more »

Filter socks are unwanted garbage

City uncovers oilfiled waste in dumpsters

Posted 2/27/13 (Wed)read more »

Developer pitches new high school option to school board

While the McKenzie County Public School District may be a few years away from deciding whether or not its growing student numbers will require the district to build a new high school, one developer thinks his company has the perfect solution.

Posted 2/20/13 (Wed)read more »

It’s a gusher

New well north of Watford City producing 5,000 barrels of oil, 12 million cubic feet of gas a day

Posted 2/20/13 (Wed)read more »

Outgrowing its space

Much needed remodeling project to add more jail and office space at County Law Enforcement Center

Posted 2/20/13 (Wed)read more »

Legislation could help hospitals reduce bad debt charges

House Bill 1433 is proposing to send the state’s tobacco tax to the North Dakota Department of Health, and for $20 million of that money to be set aside as grants to help pay the bad debts of oil-impacted hospitals

Posted 2/20/13 (Wed)read more »

Wolf Run ready for the next step

Oil companies donate $300,000 toward Wolf Pup Daycare project

Posted 2/13/13 (Wed)read more »

Wellness Center ready to open

Connie Wold Wellness Center to offer access to state-of-the-art fitness equipment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Posted 2/13/13 (Wed)read more »

Council approves preliminary plat for new subdivision in northwest corner of city

Watford City's City Council approves preliminary subdivision map for a new residential area that could provide apartments, townhomes and single family homes for 502 people in the northwest corner of the city.

Posted 2/13/13 (Wed)read more »

WAWSA seeks more money to finish project

The Western Area Water Supply Authority (WAWSA) was created as a result of the last North Dakota Legislative Assembly and has made tremendous progress since then.

Posted 2/06/13 (Wed)read more »

Embracing technology

W.C.H.S. Geography class replaces textbooks with iPads

Posted 2/06/13 (Wed)read more »

Bills look at putting more money into oil patch cities, counties

Three bills are being introduced in the 63rd Legislative Session that could greatly change the formula of oil and gas production taxes that are returned to impacted western North Dakota counties.

Posted 2/06/13 (Wed)read more »

A building boom coming

New housing, retail coming to Watford City in 2013

Posted 1/30/13 (Wed)read more »