Yes there is a Santa
QEP’s $515,000 HIF donation saves Arnegard’s housing project
Henrikson remains in custody; bond pending
A five-time convicted felon, James Henrikson, 34, of Watford City, remains in custody at the Burleigh County Detention Center in North Dakota on a firearms charge.
Saddle Up is newest addition to South Park
Saddle Up Western Wear opens new location in South Park Plaza
Watford man arrested on firearm charges
Henrikson is a person of interest in Washington murder
Rodenbiker sworn in as state’s attorney
School to ask voters to approve building bond
At the Monday, Jan. 13 McKenzie County Public School District No. 1 school board meeting, the board approved moving forward with a $31.5 million dollar bond for the new high school in the Fox Hills development.
County leads the state in traffic fatalities two years in a row
24 die in 22 fatal crashes on McKenzie County roads in 2013
Action trumps talk as Watford City continues growth in 2014
City to see construction boom in 2014
Police chief wants to return to street
Wellen asks city to find new police chief
Landfill adapts to more growth
The McKenzie County Landfill is one of the five largest landfills in North Dakota
School struggles to meet needs of “homeless” students
25 percent of district’s students classified as “homeless” due to living conditions
Filling backpacks with food
Food Pantry’s new BackPack Program helps meet hungry children’s needs
County hires full-time state’s attorney
Jacob Rodenbiker hired as McKenzie County’ first-ever, full-time state’s attorney.
Tax bite will be smaller for many
State’s property relief taxes brings 12 percent savings
Meeting the holiday rush
Post Office makes changes to meet needs of area’s growing population
More retail coming to South Park Plaza
New retail businesses to open in 2014
A busy year of building
As oil activity presses forward, residential and commercial development in Watford City continues to go vertical.
Putting others first earns Lundin the “Heart of Gold”
Humble. That is the word most used to describe the McKenzie County Farmer’s 2013 Heart of Gold recipient, Susie Lundin.
Police Dept. growing to meet increased crime
This year has brought many changes to the Watford City Police Department.
School Board approves east site for new school
The McKenzie County Public School District No. 1 school board has officially picked a 40-acre site in the Fox Hills development east of Watford City as the site for a new school building.
Another month, another record
McKenzie County leads the state in oil and gas production for fifth straight month
Zubke to run for District 39 House of Representatives
Zubke seeks to fill seat vacated by Drovdal
Developers will see increase in permit fees
Watford City city council approves hike in building permit fees
MCHS, Sanford Health to partner to expand services
Collaboration to bring physicians, facilities to western North Dakota
City ups water, sewer rates
Area residents to see higher city bills
Board seeks input on new school building
School seeks public’s input on new facility
Fridley wraps up a legendary coaching career at W.C.H.S.
State’s football coach with most wins hangs up his clipboard
Push is on to four-lane U.S. Highway 85 south
The list of groups and individuals that are pushing for the four-laning of U.S. Highway 85 south from Watford City to Belfield and the junction of I-94 is growing.
Drovdal decides not to seek re-election as District 39 Rep.
After serving as one of two representatives serving District 39 in the North Dakota House of Representatives, David Drovdal (R) of Arnegard has decided that he has served long enough and will not be seeking re-election.
Arnegard receives $500,000 HIF grant
$500,000 in HIF funding awarded for the Arrowhead Estates housing development in Arnegard.