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McKenzie County Commissioners Approve Budget 22.2 Million Dollars

The McKenzie County Board of Commissioners trimmed the County budget by another $439, 359 with the cooperation of Department Heads who were asked to cut 1% from the operations portion of their department’s budget proposed Sept. 19th. This, along...

 

Watford City High School Receives Design Award

Two projects by JLG Architects have earned design awards, including the top Honor Award, from the North Dakota Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The awards were presented at the annual AIA North Dakota Awards Conference in Fargo...

 

McKenzie Co. Community Foundation Seeks Grant Applications, Due by Nov. 1

The Community Foundation Fund will be giving out over $3,800 in grants to local organizations that support the area. Applicants must be designated by the IRS as 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax exempt groups, or government agencies. Groups without such...

 

Miss America To Visit Williston Nov. 3

A Homecoming Celebration for Miss America 2018, Cara Mund, will be held on November 3 in Williston and November 4 in Bismarck. Mund, who was initially crowned Miss North Dakota 2017 in June in...

 

ND Economic Developers To Get Hands On Look At Training For Oil And Gas Industry

The Economic Development Association of North Dakota will hold its fall conference in Williston Oct. 18-20. The three-day conference will highlight growth projects in Williston including the...

 

USDA Issues 2016 Safety-Net Payments to North Dakota Farmers

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) North Dakota Farm Service Agency (FSA) Acting State Executive Director, Brian Haugen announced that North Dakota FSA County Offices are currently reviewing and issuing more than $331 million in payments to North...

 

McKenzie County Community Foundation Seeks Grant Applications

The Community Foundation Fund will be giving out over $3,800 in grants to local organizations that support the area. Applicants must be designated by the IRS as 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax exempt groups, or government agencies. Groups without such design...

 

Oil Spills, Soils and Health

Oil spills are easy to see, but psychological wounds are completely invisible. Landowners across the Bakken are being affected by brine spills, oil spills, and pipeline projects in ways we are just be...

 

ND Officials Tour LYIP

Officials from North Dakota traveled to Richland County on Sept. 21 to tour the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project. North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Brent Sanford, McKenzie County Economic Development Coordinator Daniel Stenberg and McKenzie County...

 

NDSU Extension Transforms Lives Through Education

Six years ago, about the time Vawnita Best gave up a 15-year career involving extensive travel to stay at home to raise her then-2-year-old son and help her husband build their registered Angus herd, she was accepted into the North Dakota State...

 

ND Officials Tour LYIP

Officials from North Dakota traveled to Richland County on Sept. 21 to tour the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project. North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Brent Sanford, McKenzie County Economic...

 

NDRA Finals Rodeo, Sept. 29 & 30 in Watford City

Witness top rodeo cowboys and cowgirls vie for North Dakota State Championship Titles at the 64th Annual North Dakota Rodeo Association State Finals in Watford City on September 29th and 30th. The rodeo is hosted by the McKenzie County Cowboys Associ...

 

McKenzie County Community Foundation Seeks Grant Applications

The Community Foundation Fund will be giving out over $3,800 in grants to local organizations that support the area. Applicants must be designated by the IRS as 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax exempt groups, or government agencies. Groups without such design...

 

Rural Leadership North Dakota Short Course set for Watford City

Does your community have a need for a project that you are interested in? Do you think your community can benefit from a project that you have in mind? If you answered yes to one or both of these...

 

Montanans To Testify In Sidney At Final Hearing On Proposed State Rules On Radioactive Oil Waste Disposal

A state hearing on proposed radioactive oil waste disposal rules will take place at 7:00 PM, September 20th, 2017 (informal state Q&A at 5:30) at the MonDak Heritage Center, 120 3rd Ave. SE, Sidney, MT. Link to DEQ draft radioactive oil waste rules...

 

County Commission holds Property Tax Increase to Net Zero for Coming Year

The McKenzie County Commission voted unanimously to hold property tax increases to net zero in the upcoming fiscal year. County Departments are being asked to cut 1% from their proposed budgets to stay in line with the Commission’s goal. A Public...

 

Cornerstone Bank Celebrates 35 Years and New Building by Giving Back to the Community

Since opening in Watford City 35 years ago, McKenzie County Bank has changed its name to Cornerstone Bank and has moved to a new location, but the bank's commitment to community has remained...

 

New Program Aimed At Equipping And Inspiring New Leaders Coming Sept. 14 To Sidney

Much of small town life is run by volunteers who sit on boards, committees and councils. A new MSU Extension program is planned in Sidney to give new and seasoned volunteers information that will help them be more effective in their volunteer roles....

 

Rural Leadership North Dakota Short Course set for Watford City

Does your community have a need for a project that you are interested in? Do you think your community can benefit from a project that you have in mind? If you answered yes to one or both of these...

 

Montana Centenarians To Be Honored In Glendive

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) will honor Montana Centenarians Tuesday, September 12 at noon in Glendive at the Eastern Plains Event Center. The luncheon is part of the 49th annual Governor’s Conference on Aging....

 

Oasis Petroleum Hosts Bike Giveaway During Alexander's Old Settler's Day

Oasis Petroleum Inc, an independent exploration and production company, focuses on the acquisition and development of unconventional oil and natural gas resources in the North Dakota and Montana...

 

Look Beneath the Surface: How to Recognize Human Trafficking Session Offered in Watford City

A victim of trafficking may look like many of the people you see every day. How do you know who maybe trafficked? Children as well as adults are being held against their will. Human Trafficking is...

 

New Program Aimed At Equipping And Inspiring New Leaders Coming Sept. 14 To Sidney

Much of small town life is run by volunteers who sit on boards, committees and councils. A new MSU Extension program is planned in Sidney to give new and seasoned volunteers information that will help them be more effective in their volunteer roles....

 

Rotation Can Make You Richer

It's been said that two's company, but three's a crowd. While this old aphorism may be true in some circumstances, it fails to hold as much water in regards to irrigated crop rotation in sugarbeet...

 

Anthrax May be a Danger to N.D. Livestock

Anthrax could be a risk to livestock in North Dakota this year, North Dakota State University Extension Service veterinarian Gerald Stokka warns. Very dry conditions, which North Dakota experienced...

 

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