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Sheriff’s assistant claims personal harm from rumor of affair

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Giving Watford City another try

Having lived in Watford City briefly during the peak of the oil boom, the Freeman family is back

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Christmas Day blizzard: ‘It looked like an ocean’

18.5 inches fall near Grassy Butte, ambulance takes 4 hours to reach Keene heart attack victim

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Drifting closes portions of U.S. Highway 85

Stretch of badlands sees vehicles in the ditch, jackknifed semis

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District 39 State Representative Denton Zubke sees ongoing topics coming up

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McKenzie County litigation ongoing on roads, minerals

US motions to dismiss McKenzie County v. USA

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Over 60 children receive toys for Christmas from Watford City Police Foundation

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December 27, 2016

Sheriff’s hearing delayed

Attorneys say they need ‘at least 90 more days to fully prepare’ for hearing

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Svihovec to retire from county post

Auditor/treasurer extends departure date to June 24, 2017

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Schuetze, Voll hope to build on city’s gains

Mayor candidates campaign on service to city, desire to build on future

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Frigid temperatures, snow impacting animals

Watford City police see more stray cats as vet clinic tends to hypothermic horses

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N.D. reaches new population peak

Watford City population estimated to be at 7,000 residents

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Review follows meeting where public questioned alleged illegal reimbursements

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Request includes two years of emaiIs

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Watford City residents to see increase in water, sewer bills

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Raising the next generation
December 20, 2016

Raising the next generation

Moberg honored as 2016 “Heart of Gold” recipient for work with children

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Oil production rises in October

McKenzie County’s production up over 50,000 daily barrels in October

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Schuetze, Voll file petitions for special mayoral election

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Eide Bailly calls McKenzie County’s findings ‘fairly common’

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Mystery persists of Squaw Gap skeletons

Some details clearer, others still foggy after recent research

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Making Christmas merry for others

Local youth group, the Eagles Club, the police department all strive to give this Christmastime

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Stenberg, Veeder reshuffle in economic development

Former museum director steps in at county, Veeder contracts with city

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Commissioners to revisit Schmitz, state’s attorney at Jan. 3 meeting

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Annual holiday program to be presented Sunday, Dec. 18

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