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Construction Loan Guarantee Program Regulations Updated

Bismarck, ND – Rural communities struggling to meet the demand for affordable single-family housing are expected to benefit from an update to North Dakota Housing Finance Agency’s Construction Loan Guarantee program regulations. NDHFA’s Constru...

 

Anglers Should Fish Responsibly, Keep Fish Caught in Deep Water

North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel encourage anglers to keep fish caught from depths of more than 25 feet, rather than practice catch-and-release. Scott Gangl, Game and Fish fisheries management section leader, said while...

 

HIP Registration Required for Migratory Bird Hunters

Migratory bird hunters of all ages are reminded to register with the Harvest Information Program prior to hunting ducks, geese, swans, mergansers, coots, cranes, snipe, doves and woodcock. Hunters must register in each state for which they are...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    August 15, 2018 

Tornado Relief Fund BBQ and Update

The McKenzie County Department of Emergency Management helped to organize a barbeque event for those adversely affected by the tornado that touched down and destroyed much of the Prairie View RV Park...

 

Best Of The West Ribfest Featuring Craig Morgan this Friday 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 10, 2018 and it just keeps...

 

Low-Interest Loans Available for North Dakota Ag Producers Impacted by Natural Disasters

FARGO, N.D, - North Dakota agricultural producers who lost property due to recent natural disasters may be eligible for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) physical loss loans. The Farm Service Agency (FSA) offers these low-interest loans for...

 

North Dakota Property Listed In National Register Of Historic Places

BISMARCK, N.D. – A cemetery has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register of Historic Places is the federal government’s list of properties it considers worthy of preservation and recognition. North Dakota...

 

Upcoming Programs At Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center

WILLISTON, N.D. – The public is invited to these free upcoming events at the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center (MYCIC) near Williston. All events are free and open to the public. All times are Central Time. Aug. 11-12: History...

 

Best Of The West Ribfest To Feature Chart Topping Country Star "Craig Morgan"

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 10, 2018 and it just keeps...

 

Reduce Heat Stress in Cattle

This summer's high temperatures are taking their toll on humans and cattle. Extreme heat actually is a mix of temperature and humidity, and when both are high, the effort to stay cool can be...

 

NDSU Extension Apps, Online Tools Take Guesswork Out of Farming

Determining the risk of severe fusarium head blight, also known as scab, for a particular area is as easy as going to North Dakota State University Extension's Small Grain Disease Forecasting Model...

 

History Alive Programs Planned at Chateau de Mores State Historic Site

The popular History Alive programs at the Chateau de Mores State Historic Site during August include portrayals of the Marquis de Mores, Madame de Mores, and A.T. Packard. Presentations will be held on the Chateau veranda on Saturdays and Sundays at...

 

Native American Pow Wow Hosted By Northern Plains Oyate Will Be The Featured During Indian Arts Showcase

Native American music, dancing, and culture are part of this year’s annual Indian Arts Showcase at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site. The Native American group, Northern Plains Oyate will be hosting a traditional pow wow this Saturday...

 

Women Invited to Hike the Maah Daah Hey Trail Sept. 8-9

The Department has openings for Hike the Maah Daah Hey Trail, an educational event for women scheduled Sept. 8-9. Women interested in attending the workshop must enroll by contacting Brian Schaffer at 701-328-6312, or email bschaffer@nd.gov....

 

Spent Lime Beneficial in Combatting Low pH Soils, Improving Overall Tilth

Dryland growers in the MonDak area can take advantage of a program through Sidney Sugars to test the benefits of spent lime on their fields. The lime and loading at the factory yard are free. In the...

 

Hess Supports Watford City Tornado Victims

Hess Corporation provided support for the families impacted by the July 10 tornado that hit Watford City. Hess has donated 70 mattresses, frames and associated bedding to help ensure that all those...

 

Knowing Your Past Carries You into the Future

The past meets the present and future in a quiet little town; from the last lynching in North Dakota to the fellowship of burgers in the park and a farmers market on Saturday nights. Showcasing it...

 

Petting Zoo, Pony Rides Back At The Fair

Freckle Farm Petting Zoo and Pony Rides will be coming to the Richland County Fair again this year. They came two years ago with their petting zoo, pony rides, and turkey races after meeting fair boar...

 

Horizon Resources Proud to Be Part of Co-op Day

Most regular attendees at the Richland County Fair are well aware of the longstanding Co-op Day tradition. On this day, local co-ops sponsor a free treat for fairgoers, which includes root beer floats...

 
 By Jordan Hall    News    July 18, 2018

Housing And Donations Needed For Watford City Residents After Devastating Tornado

This story was updated with more information about relief funds on Wednesday, July 18. More than two-dozen people were injured, and a seven day-old baby was killed, when a tornado tore through...

 

ConocoPhillips Contributes to Watford City Tornado Disaster Relief Efforts

ConocoPhillips announced it will donate $25,000 to the American Red Cross to assist in disaster relief efforts arising from the recent tornado in Watford City, North Dakota. “Our thoughts are with the Watford City community, which has been...

 
 By Jaymi Loobey    News    July 18, 2018

Zion Lutheran Church Celebrating 100 Years

On July 14, 1918 Reverend Olaf Carlson was installed as the full-time pastor for four different churches. Scandinavian Lutheran was in Four Mile, Montana, St. Peter’s Lutheran was in Sioux Pass, Mon...

 

Walleye Fingerlings Stocked

North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel recently stocked nearly 10 million walleye fingerlings in more than 140 waters across the state. “Considering not many went into Lake Sakakawea, this was one of the largest stockings of...

 

Put Garbage Where it Belongs

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds outdoor recreationists to keep it clean this summer by packing out all trash. All garbage, including used fireworks, should be placed in a proper trash receptacle. If trash cans aren’t available,...

 
 By Jordan Hall    Energy    July 11, 2018

Bakken Conference And Expo Coming to Watford City July 16-18

The Bakken Conference and Expo will be held Monday, July 16-Wednesday, July 18 at the Rough Rider Center in Watford City. The event will focus on oil and gas production in the Williston Basin and the...

 

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