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Severe weather makes ‘wild’ night

Two tornadoes, funnel clouds, ping pong ball size hail sweeps across county

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Parade, luncheon, fireworks, tractor pull set for July 4, other events left in question due to lack of volunteers

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Primary advances Burgum, Sanford to November election for governor

Two paths available for current mayor if voters send business leaders to Bismarck

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Fireworks may be sold, shot within Watford City city limits June 29 to July 5

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State’s oil production takes big hit

Drilling remains solid in McKenzie County, no rigs running in Williams County

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Contention, Jessie Veeder, Outlaw Sippin’ bring rock, country, even rap music to Watford City’s Main Street

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City Council agrees to provide $1 million for Phase 1 of 18-hole Fox Hills Golf Course expansion project

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A Watford City man convicted of sexually abusing two girls over a nine-year span has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.

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NDDOT plans to begin 15 road improvement projects in McKenzie County

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Up to 1,500 people expected for annual event

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Seats for city, school offices to be decided, county, statewide candidates move forward to Nov. General Election

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Flora, fauna from millions of years ago find new home at Long X Visitor Center

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Watford City Attorney Dennis Johnson received the prestigious ‘Light of Justice’ award from the North Dakota Association of Justice.

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McKenzie County voters will be asked to decide on who they want to serve on their city councils, park boards, and school boards in the June 14 election.

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Arthur Link was a McKenzie County home-town boy.

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Grassy Butte soldier went MIA during Vietnam War in March of 1971

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McKenzie County’s production of oil and gas still on upward trend

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Dr. Monty Bulzomi purchases Maisey Dental, renames as Legendary Smiles

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Enrollment growth will determine if school moves forward with the building of second elementary school

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McKenzie County officials aren’t happy with the way that the North Dakota Dept. of Health is monitoring the landfills in the state that are accepting radioactive waste.

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