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Keeping history alive

Keeping history alive

Heritage Park to host 25th Annual Heritage Day on Saturday

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

Apartment owner given 30 days to meet city codes

Apartment owner given 30 days to meet city codes

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

Schwartzenberger trial postponed

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

On the road to recovery

On the road to recovery

Jaret Wirtz narrowly survives West Nile Virus and its fallout

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

Local Marine Corp veteran turns 100

Local Marine Corp veteran turns 100

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

Commissioners approve $103.4 million preliminary budget

County looks to levy only $5.1 million in property taxes

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

Extending a helping hand to hurricane victims

Extending a helping hand to hurricane victims

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

Cornerstone Bank to host grand opening

Cornerstone Bank to host grand opening

Posted 9/12/17 (Tue)read more »

Klein’s removal hearing invoices are nearly $8,000

Governor’s Office will forward invoice to McKenzie County for payment

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

Program feeds over 1,300 meals daily

Program feeds over 1,300 meals daily

As school district’s Food Service Supervisor, Shelley is getting the job done

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

Gallery on the Go finds permanent home

Gallery on the Go finds permanent home

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Finding a happier, healthier life

Finding a happier, healthier life

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University of Mary to offer first live classes in Watford City

University of Mary to offer first live classes in Watford City

Schedule offers two business,one liberal arts class at Rough Rider Center

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

Petition to recall one commissioner misses deadline

Recall committee continues to collect signatures to recall Nordby, Veeder

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Supreme Court rules in favor of Schwartzenberger

State’s highest court overturns lower court ruling, says county commissioners can’t discipline sheriff’s staff

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

WAWSA receives $8.75 million for area water projects

Funds will be used to expand rural water service in McKenzie County

Posted 9/05/17 (Tue)read more »

Drought is buzzkill for beekeepers

Drought is buzzkill for beekeepers

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Old Settlers’ Day honors Lewis couple

Old Settlers’ Day honors Lewis couple

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Former deputy accused of sex acts with minor

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »

Crestwood pledges $150,000 to new healthcare facility

Crestwood pledges $150,000 to new healthcare facility

Posted 8/29/17 (Tue)read more »