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Extinguishing the gas flares

The bright lights of the burning natural gas flares that make western North Dakota visible from outer space are going to be a little dimmer now that the Garden Creek natural gas processing plant is online.

Posted 1/25/12 (Wed)read more »

Healthcare system looks at affiliation with St. Alexius

In an attempt to recruit new physicians as well as expanding its specialist physician services, McKenzie County Healthcare Systems has begun discussing a possible affiliation with St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck.

Posted 1/18/12 (Wed)read more »

New wheels for Sierra

The life of a child with special needs is full of challenges and blessings.

Posted 1/18/12 (Wed)read more »

Garden Creek natural gas plant goes online

Garden Creek natural gas plant goes online

ONEOK Partners new 100 million cubic feet per day natural gas processing facility located northeast of Watford City, the Garden Creek Plant, is open and operational.

Posted 1/18/12 (Wed)read more »

Pennies fuel local economic development

One cent city sales tax pours record $980,170 into city’s Roughrider Fund

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed)read more »

County moves forward with zoning

McKenzie County Commissioners vote 4 - 0 in favor of implementing new zoning ordinances

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed)read more »

Carrillo adds a little Lantina spice to everthing she touches

Carrillo adds a little Lantina spice to everthing she touches

Diana Carrillo is the kind of person that brings a smile to your face every time you see her. She can best be described as a spunky, vivacious Lantina.

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed)read more »

Watford rated No. 1 as “Best Place To Raise Children”

Watford City natives don’t have to be told their city is the best place in North Dakota to raise kids.

Posted 1/04/12 (Wed)read more »

Hospital honored with REACH award

Hospital honored with REACH award

Healthcare System is first in the state to implement electronic records

Posted 1/04/12 (Wed)read more »

One bad day

One bad day

Eight accidents on Dec. 29 send six to the hospital and leave another dead

Posted 1/04/12 (Wed)read more »

Bakken booms in 2011

Bakken booms in 2011

2011 has been a huge year for the oil and gas industry throughout western North Dakota.

Posted 1/04/12 (Wed)read more »

Daughter’s selfless gift gives life back to Pastor Lane

Daughter’s selfless gift gives life back to Pastor Lane

Sitting in Dr. Shannon’s waiting room, Pastor John Lane shuffled through magazines like most people do while waiting for an appointment.

Posted 12/28/11 (Wed)read more »

Controlling traffic

Controlling traffic

Drivers need to be aware that some changes have occurred in Watford City to help control traffic and speeding within the city limits.

Posted 12/28/11 (Wed)read more »

Watford’s taxable sales top $33 million in third quarter of 2011

If there was any doubt that the boom in the oil patch is driving the state’s economy, the most recent data from the North Dakota State Tax Dept. should lay those doubts to rest. Leading the state in the percentage of increase in taxable sales in the third quarter of 2011 were five cities in northwestern North Dakota.

Posted 12/28/11 (Wed)read more »

Watford residents to see higher water, sewer and garbage rates

Starting Jan. 1, 2012, residents and business owners will see rate increases for all of their city utility charges.

Posted 12/21/11 (Wed)read more »

Recognizing the Gift of Giving

Recognizing the Gift of Giving

Shirley Norby shines as the 2011 recipient of the Heart of Gold Award

Posted 12/21/11 (Wed)read more »

More students means more money for school

Christmas may have come a little early for the McKenzie County Public School District No. 1 in the way of new school busses being funded by the McKenzie County Infrastructure Fund and more state money because of the rapid increase in the district’s student numbers.

Posted 12/21/11 (Wed)read more »

City Council looks at revamping comprehensive plan

Less than a year after Watford City received a $13 million grant from the State of North Dakota to improve its water and sewer service into its one-mile Extraterritorial Zone (ETA), the city is already looking at the possibility of growing even more to accommodate new growth.

Posted 12/14/11 (Wed)read more »

Quilting for a good reason

Quilting for a good reason

The Quilting Guild of McKenzie County is made up of women throughout the community that love to quilt! But even more than quilting, they share a joy of community.

Posted 12/14/11 (Wed)read more »

City closes Civic Center showers for public use

It’s a shame when something is made available to the public for a specific purpose and the negligent behavior of a few ruins everyone’s opportunity to take advantage of it.

Posted 12/14/11 (Wed)read more »