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December 30, 2013

Meeting the holiday rush

Post Office makes changes to meet needs of area’s growing population

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New retail businesses to open in 2014

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December 24, 2013

A busy year of building

As oil activity presses forward, residential and commercial development in Watford City continues to go vertical.

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Humble. That is the word most used to describe the McKenzie County Farmer’s 2013 Heart of Gold recipient, Susie Lundin.

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This year has brought many changes to the Watford City Police Department.

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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.

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McKenzie County leads the state in oil and gas production for fifth straight month

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Zubke seeks to fill seat vacated by Drovdal

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Watford City city council approves hike in building permit fees

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Collaboration to bring physicians, facilities to western North Dakota

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December 11, 2013

City ups water, sewer rates

Area residents to see higher city bills

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School seeks public’s input on new facility

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State’s football coach with most wins hangs up his clipboard

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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.

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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.

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$500,000 in HIF funding awarded for the Arrowhead Estates housing development in Arnegard.

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Company to build its sixth, and largest, natural gas processing plant west of Watford

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Watford readies for start of holiday

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Pastors rally to assist Salvation Army’s efforts

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In spite of the McKenzie County Healthcare Systems posting a $311,596 loss during this past fiscal year, Dan Kelly, chief executive officer of the healthcare system, believes that better days are ahead.

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Two landowners willing to donate land for new school

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November 20, 2013

Another record month

State’s oil production nears one million barrels per day mark

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Mobile Thrift Store, Gathering Place to offer clothing, blankets, comfort to those trying to get on their feet

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City employees look to be in new office space by end of January

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An increased demand for propane, driven by both propane supply disruptions and an unusually high demand for propane this year, has caused a propane shortage across the Midwest, including McKenzie County.

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LSS Housing puts the finishing touches on first three apartment units

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Healthcare auxiliaries to host fund-raising event on Saturday, Nov. 16

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On Nov. 19, 21 and 22, the Watford City High School Masque & Gavel Club will present two one-act plays for the public.

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Grant funds to be used to help equip city police force

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November 6, 2013

Growing to meet demand

U.S. Postal Service plans to expand Post Office to meet area’s growth

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