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Watford City City Council approves Dec. 1, 2016 deadline for expiration of temporary housing conditional use permits

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Woman traveled 10,000 miles to chase after her serviceman

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Balloon release honors life of W.C.H.S. student who died in fire

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Schwartzenberger allegedly used county credit card to charge almost $1,000 in unauthorized expenses

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On Wednesday night, Oct. 28, 15-year-old Devon Hunt’s life was cut short when an out-of-control fire in his dad’s workshop took his life.

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Board hires architect, begins search for CMR for possible new school

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Stone homestead built in 1908 is being restored at McKenzie County Heritage Park

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November 3, 2015

Worker killed on Highway 23

Twenty-year-old engineering student struck by semi truck

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During the month of August North Dakota’s oil production dropped by 20,000 barrels per day.

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North Dakota Game and Fish Department sseks information on several illegal taking of wildlife incidents

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October 27, 2015

Wolves to stay Class B

School board dissolves co-ops with Alexander, Johnson Corners Christian Academy

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Rebuilding her life after being kidnapped at 14

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Oil company explores options of field office in Watford City

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Watford City will soon become a training site for medical students who are looking to practice medicine in rural communities in North Dakota.

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ØExploitation4All to host summit on Oct. 28 to raise awareness of problem

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The Smiling Moose Rocky Mountain Deli will open its fourth North Dakota location, and 19th nationwide on Monday, Oct. 26, at its Grand Opening in Watford City.

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Watford’s sales down 23 percent in second quarter

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Board moves forward with hiring architect for new elementary school

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Couple’s two-year-old lab dies in fire

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

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

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Volunteer firemen relish their job in spite of stress

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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,

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Board approves 14.24 percent General Fund levy increase

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

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

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

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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.

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

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