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 By Stephanie Ler    News    June 21, 2017 

Sunrise Festival to Feature Unique Art Classes

This year’s Sunrise Festival of the Arts will feature three unique art classes available to the public. From 11:30 to 12:30, learn to make colorful fused glass wind chimes with Jessica Newman, Education Coordinator at the MonDak Heritage Center....

 
 By Tim Fine    Agriculture    June 21, 2017 

Water Conservation In The Landscape

Before beginning this article, I should mention that a majority of the information contained within comes from MontGuide number MT198915AG titled Yard and Garden Water Management, and can be found by going to http://msuextension.o...

 

Help Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

Aquatic invasive species are non-native animals or plants that are usually spread through the water, and from one waterbody to another, by attaching to watercraft, trailers and related aquatic...

 
 News    June 21, 2017 

Ribfest 2017 Set For Aug. 11 in Watford City

One of the biggest events in Western North Dakota takes place on Main Street Watford City. The Best of the West Ribfest, Street Fair and Classic Car show is set for August 11, 2017 and it just keeps getting bigger and better than ever with...

 

90's Night to Benefit the Josh King Memorial Ambulance Education Fund

The Foundation for Community Care, Ranger Lounge, and the family of Josh King have joined forces to celebrate Josh King’s life and life’s mission: providing the highest quality emergency care to those who need it. Josh, known for his good nature...

 

Badlands Bowl

Badlands Bowl (MT-ND all star football game) was held in Miles City June 17 with a score of Montana, 65 and North Dakota, 0....

 

North Dakota Entities Partner for State's First Skills Initiative

North Dakotans have read this book before. And it usually doesn’t end well. As the story goes, an oil boom draws thousands of people from around the country to the Peace Garden State. Jobs, jobs and more jobs are created in the industry. Then,...

 

Traveling Boaters Should Check Border State and Provincial ANS Regulations

North Dakota boaters who are traveling to other states or Canadian provinces should check the aquatic nuisance species regulations of their destination to make sure they are in compliance. While many of North Dakota’s ANS prevention regulations...

 

Local Author Publishes First Book

A Bainville resident has recently announced the release of her first novel. A farmer and wife to Alan for 39 years, Rayne Romo has always enjoyed fiction and her novel, Murder by the Book, is now...

 

90's Night to Benefit the Josh King Memorial Ambulance Education Fund

The Foundation for Community Care, Ranger Lounge, and the family of Josh King have joined forces to celebrate Josh King’s life and life’s mission: providing the highest quality emergency care to those who need it. Josh, known for his good nature...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    Outdoors    June 7, 2017

Maah Daah Hey Trail Offers Mud Run June 10th

The Bull Moose Mudder will be held on Saturday, June 10th, beginning at the Medora Family Fun Center at the entrance to the Medora Campground. The Mudder’s organizers, the Save the Maah Daah Hey Trail non-profit in conjunction with the Teddy...

 

Burgum Initiates Dialogue With Industry, Agency Officials To Improve Pipeline Safety

Gov. Doug Burgum on Tuesday, May 23 gathered oil and gas company representatives, agency officials and other stakeholders to discuss best practices and latest technologies for transporting crude oil and produced water in North Dakota and to improve...

 

County Agent Update

Farmers, ranchers, consultants, scouts, seed inspectors, insurance adjusters, handlers, workers, and especially custom pesticide applicators are routinely subjected to ticks and mosquitos. For years,...

 

Options Available for Pasture Weed Control

Yellow patches of leafy spurge are beginning to pop up in road ditches across North Dakota. "Leafy spurge is the most recognized noxious weed in the state, infesting approximately 746,183 acres,...

 

Manage Cattle for Success With Estrus Synchronization and Artificial Insemination

Using estrus synchronization and artificial insemination to control breeding in cattle has several benefits, according to North Dakota State University livestock experts. "Artificial insemination...

 

Ribfest 2017 Set For Aug. 11 in Watford City

One of the biggest events in Western North Dakota takes place on Main Street Watford City. The Best of the West Ribfest, Street Fair and Classic Car show is set for August 11, 2017 and it just keeps...

 
 By Stephanie Ler    News    May 24, 2017

Maah Daah Hey Trail Offers Mud Run June 10th

The Bull Moose Mudder will be held on Saturday, June 10th, beginning at the Medora Family Fun Center at the entrance to the Medora Campground. The Mudder’s organizers, the Save the Maah Daah Hey Trail non-profit in conjunction with the Teddy...

 

Summer Hours For Fort Union

Fort Union Trading Post is currently open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time. On Monday, May 29, Fort Union will begin its summer hours. Summer hours are 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Central Daylight Time. These hours will be in...

 

McKenzie County Fairground Activities Await

Summer days are drawing near and so are fair time activities! On May 31st and June 1st starting at 9:00 am there will be a Les Vogt horsemanship clinic held at the Mckenzie County Fairgrounds in Watford City. Vogt is a very experienced and highly...

 

History Alive! Programs Planned At Chateau De Mores State Historic Site

The French aristocrat and cattle baron the Marquis de Mores will appear at the Chateau de Mores State Historic Site the weekend of June 3-4 in the first History Alive program for the summer. Portrayed by Lance Rustand, the Marquis will share his...

 
 By Joshua Smallwood    News    May 17, 2017

Alexander Public School Holds Technology Showcase, May 8

On Monday, May 8th, Alexander Public School held a STEM & Technology Showcase from 6-8 PM. Represented were students from K-12 who built projects that demonstrated their knowledge of engineering...

 

Watford City Job Fair June 14; Registration Open to Employers

The Williston Spring 2017 Job Fair attracted more than 1,000 job seekers and 60 employers. North Dakota Job Service is partnering with the Watford City Area Chamber of Commerce, McKenzie County Job Development Authority and Williston Regional...

 

Surge In Yellowstone May Coincide With Paddlefish Opener

A surge of water is heading downstream, just in time for the opening of paddlefish season on the Yellowstone River Monday. That's according to Mike Backes, fisheries manager for Fish, Wildlife &...

 

Regional Columnist, Singer Celebrates The Release Of Her New Book

All are invited to stop in for this open house style event where Jessie Veeder will be selling and signing her book, "Coming Home." Complimentary appetizers and refreshments will be served. Veeder is...

 

Dickinson State University Spring Commencement 2017 Graduates

Nearly 200 students from across the globe are candidates for degrees at Dickinson State University’s (DSU) 97th annual spring commencement Saturday, May 13 including Matthew Senn and Joshua Torgerson of Sidney, MT Live streaming of the ceremony...

 

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