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 By Jordan Hall    News    January 11, 2017 

Watford City Deputy Terminated

Lt. Michael Schmitz was fired on December 30 by the interim sheriff of McKenzie County, Matthew Johansen. The deputy had already been suspended from the department in October. Schmitz, a three year veteran of the department, was scheduled for a...

 

Hockey Rink Naming Ceremony Jan. 13

Dave Hansen Arena & Arden Berg Community Rink Naming Ceremony will start on ice at 7 pm at the Rough Rider Center hockey rink in Watford City. All former players, current players and former Oiler and current Oiler families and friends are asked to...

 

Defending The Goal

Watford City's defense turns away an attempt by Sidney to break the tie inovertime. After 10 minutes of overtime, the game ended in a 6-6 tie on Sunday afternoon at the Rough Rider Center in Watford...

 

Best Angus & Quarter Horses

Best Angus & Quarter Horses started as a 4-H and FFA project in 1987 with the purchase of a heifer from the placement pen at McCumber Angus Ranch. Many of the cows in the herd are descendants of the...

 

Sidney Eye Care Renovated & Expanded in 2016

Sidney Eye Care had their Grand Re-Opening on Thursday, Sept.22nd. The event included a Trunk Show by three frame representatives, and served as a great opportunity for patients and community members...

 

ONEOK's New Facility Opened in April 2016

ONEOK, a leader in gathering, processing, storing, and transporting natural gas in the United States, was founded in 1906 under the name Oklahoma Natural Gas Company. The company changed its name to O...

 

Arthaud Awarded University of Mary's First Virtuous Leadership Award

Jim Arthaud started a three employee company in 1979 called MBI Energy Services. That company quickly became well known in the Bakken and quickly grew to become the largest independent oil field servi...

 

Caregivers Encouraged to Attend Workshop

Has caring for a loved one become stressful for you? Caregiving is rewarding, but let’s face it: caregiving is not easy—physically, emotionally and financially. “Powerful Tools for...

 

Squirts Win Home Tournament

The Richland Rangers Squirts, coached by Mike Fink, hosted a tournament this weekend at the arena. Saturday they won all three of their seeding games to place them into 1st going into the 4 team...

 

Watford City Mayor Becomes Lt. Governor, Leaving Door Open for New Mayor

Brent Sanford's six-year term as Watford City mayor ended Dec. 9. A celebratory send-off at Door 204 followed an open house event for him that evening. Sanford will take the reigns as North Dakota's...

 

Stenberg Hired for McKenzie County Economic Development

Daniel Stenberg has recently been hired by McKenzie County as its Economic Development Coordinator. A native of Watford City, he previous worked as a labor market information research analyst for Job...

 

Advisory Board Meeting in Watford City is Set for Dec. 19

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s district 1 advisory board meeting in Watford City that was originally scheduled for Dec. 5 is now set for Monday, Dec. 19. District 1 – Counties: Divide, McKenzie and Williams Date: Dec. 19 – 7 p.m....

 

Powerful Tools for Caregivers

If you are a caregiver to a parent, spouse or other older adult you may want to consider attending a new course offered in Watford City, “Powerful Tools for Caregivers.” Powerful Tools for...

 

Earning The Pie!

Over 75 participants enjoyed the nice weather for the annual Turkey Trot at the Connie Wold Wellness Center in Watford City on Thanksgiving morning. (Photo by Kathy Taylor)...

 

The 12 Days of Christmas will be Celebrated with Rough Rider Style, Beginning Dec. 1st

Join the Rough Rider Center in Watford City for the 12 Days of Christmas, beginning Dec. 1st with free hot dogs and chips from 5pm – 7pm, and a Lighting Ceremony at 6pm. Dec. 2nd stop by the Rough...

 

Williston Builders Association names New Executive Officer

The Williston Area Builders Association is pleased to announce the hiring of their new Executive Officer, Mariah Bates. Mariah grew up in coastal New Hampshire until she graduated high school and left for college. She then attended college at Colorad...

 

Light Up the Season With the Parade of Lights in Watford City

The Watford City Chamber of Commerce is inviting local businesses, organizations, teams, and churches to participate in the Parade of Lights that will be happening on Friday, Nov. 25th, the day after...

 

Design Your Session Plan Workshop Starts November 29

This series of sessions to help farm and ranch families pass their businesses on to the next generation will start next week Tuesday, November 29, in Watford City, and will continue on December 1 and...

 

Support Watford City Small Businesses this Saturday

Saturday, November 26 is Shop Small, or Small Business, Saturday across the country. This holiday was recognized by Congress in 2011 and was created in an effort to empower small businesses amid...

 

The 12 Days of Christmas will be Celebrated with Rough Rider Style, Beginning Dec. 1st

Join the Rough Rider Center in Watford City for the 12 Days of Christmas, beginning Dec. 1st with free hot dogs and chips from 5pm – 7pm, and a Lighting Ceremony at 6pm. Dec. 2nd stop by the Rough...

 

Watford City Mayor Wins North Dakota Lieutenant Governor-Elect

Election Day elicited ups and downs for everyone, but for Watford City mayor and lieutenant governor-elect, Brent Sanford, it presented serious change. Republican candidate Doug Burgum named Sanford...

 

Starship, Head East and Kat Perkins Perform to Honor Area Veterans Nov. 12

The Watford City American Legion Club is putting on a triple header concert at the new Watford City Rough Rider Event Center in the name of honoring area veterans on Saturday, November 12 at 8 PM. 1980s Billboard chart topping band Starship, known...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    November 9, 2016

It's Time for Turkey Bingo in Watford City, Nov. 15th

It’s once again the season for Turkey Bingo in Watford City; the highly anticipated event will take place Tuesday, Nov. 15th in the commons area of the Watford City Intermediate School, 300 3rd St...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    November 9, 2016

Light Up the Season With the Parade of Lights in Watford City

The Watford City Chamber of Commerce is inviting local businesses, organizations, teams, and churches to participate in the Parade of Lights that will be happening on Friday, Nov. 25th, the day after...

 
 By Meagan Dotson    News    November 2, 2016

Tyler Farr & Forgotten Highway in Concert November 5

Tyler Farr will be in concert Saturday, Nov. 5th, with Forgotten Highway opening. Doors open at 7:00pm central time, with Forgotten Highway taking the stage at 8:00, and Tyler Farr performing at 9:30...

 

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