Developer breaks ground on 40,000 square foot new office, retail building
With footings and foundation work underway for the new Watford City High School, members of the McKenzie County Public School District No. 1 School Board spent last Monday discussing options that they have to increase the maximum capacity of the school to 800 students.
Levang credits the MCHS staff for being the ‘glue of the organization’
Domestic violence becoming a bigger problem throughout the oil patch
Watford City volunteer firefighters are on pace for responding to approximately 275 to 300 calls by the end of 2014.
Lack of permanent housing and living conditions of many area residents are factors in “homeless” classification
First International Bank & Trust makes its largest donation to any single community project
McKenzie County is projected to have 13,500 wells by 2027. To put that growth into perspective, McKenzie County had 2,656 in production in July of this year, while there are now 11,287 producing wells in all of North Dakota.
With bypass around Alexander has finally completed, city residents are thrilled to have their Main Street back.
Proposed county budget up 96.8 percent
Wet weather is being blamed for slump damage on County Road 50
School district voters to decide fate of bond issue at Oct. 7 special election
Oil patch region wants 60-40 split in state’s Gross Production Tax to meet needs
A total of 14 people were hospitalized on Sunday, Aug. 31, in Watford City after two people passed out and many others were vomiting after being exposed to Carbon Monoxide at the Watford City Express Laundry Center.
McKenzie County School District No. 1 enrollment reaches 1,355 students
The rush to build puts Watford City on record pace