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J Sports Holds Ribbon Cutting

J Sports Sporting Goods held their grand opening and ribbon cutting with the Watford City Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 15. The store features camping, fishing & hunting gear, sports accessories...

 

Second "A Conversation with Your Pharmacist" Class Feb. 27

The second class in Larsen Drug’s “A Conversation with Your Pharmacist” series will feature gut health as the topic. Learn what the big deal about gut health is and why you keep on hearing the word “probiotic”. Doctors of Pharmacy Jenna...

 

Community Arts Forum Feb. 23 in Watford City

Watford City’s Long X Arts Foundation will be hosting a Community Arts Forum on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 6:30 PM at Door 204 on Main Street Watford City. The event is being organized by the foundation in an effort to gather artists,...

 

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...

 

Parenting Class for Divorcing Parents Offered

Parents Forever, a parenting class for parents experiencing or considering separation/divorce, who are divorced and experiencing challenges or who have never been married and do not live together,...

 

Community Hygge at the McKenzie County Pioneer Museum

The McKenzie County Pioneer Museum held a Community Hygge (pronounced "hoo-gah") on February 10th in Watford City. The Hygge, in honor of the Scandinavian lifestyle of comfort and relaxation, allowed...

 

Community Arts Forum Feb. 23 in Watford City

Watford City's Long X Arts Foundation will be hosting a Community Arts Forum on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 6:30 PM at Door 204 on Main Street Watford City. The event is being organized by the...

 

Smith Named RTC Exceptional Employee

Jake Smith, Fiber Splicer, is the recipient of the RTC Exceptional Employee Award for the fourth quarter of 2016. Jake started working at RTC in June of 2015 as a Fiber Splicer in Watford City. His duties include preparing and fusion splicing fiber...

 

Powerful Tools for Caregivers Workshop Offered

If you are an adult who is a caregiver for a parent, spouse or other older adult, you are encouraged to attend the “Powerful Tools for Caregivers Workshop” offered on Tuesdays, starting February...

 

Local Schools Participate in County MATHCOUNTS Competition

Junior High students from East Fairview, Alexander, Johnson Corners Christian Academy and Watford City competed in MATHCOUNTS, the annual nationwide math program for junior high school students on...

 

Community Hygge Feb. 10 in Watford City

The people of Denmark are considered to be among the happiest in the world despite their harsh winters. During these times, it is a custom to make family, friends and relaxation a top priority. On Friday, February 10th, The McKenzie County Pioneer...

 

Ralph Folven, 69, Sidney, MT

Memorial service for Ralph Folven, 69, of Sidney, MT was held at 10 a.m. CST Monday, February 6 at Fulkerson-Stevenson Memorial Chapel in Watford City, ND with Pastor Sheldon McGorman officiating. Inurnment of cremated remains will be held at a...

 

Watford City Mayoral Candidate Forum

The Watford City Chamber held a candidate forum for the mayoral candidates on Wednesday, Feb. 1 at Teddy's Residential Suites. Above, candidate Justin Voll (left) answers questions from moderator...

 

TyDak Motorsports Opens in Watford City

TyDak Motorsports opened at the beginning of 2017 in Watford City. They are a full service Polaris and Arctic Cat dealer and also carry accessories and apparel by Klum, 509, Bear Track, Yetti and...

 

J Sports to Open in Watford City

J Sports Sporting Goods located at 1100 4th Ave. NE in Watford City will be holding a grand opening and ribbon cutting hosted by the Watford City Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 15 from noon to 1 pm. The...

 

'Unite A City' Events in Watford City Feb. 10-11

There will be two entertaining events for the whole community of Watford City and beyond. The first night is an all-night adventure that will take place on Friday, February 10th at the Rough Rider...

 

Watford City Mayoral Special Election Feb. 21

It’s time for a special Mayoral Election in Watford City: Tuesday, February 21st. Brent Sanford was selected to be Governor Doug Burgum’s running mate as Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota and has resigning as Mayor of Watford City. Therefore tw...

 

Watford City Swim Meet Feb. 3

This Friday, February 3rd, the Watford City Swim Team will be having an in house meet at the Rough Rider Center, 2209 Wolves Den Parkway, Watford City. Everyone is welcome to come and observe or...

 

Barley & Beer at Hard Spring Wheat Show Feb. 8

Meadowlark Brewing founder Travis Peterson will speak with Dr. Rich Horsley from NDSU at the 64th National Hard Spring Wheat Show at 4:45 pm on Feb. 8 at the Grand Williston Hotel in Williston. Peters...

 

February 1, Network Luncheon/Mayor Candidates Forum

The Watford City Chamber is holding a Meet the Candidates forum in conjunction with their network luncheon on Wednesday, February 1 at Teddy’s Residential Suites Lounge located at 113 9th Ave. SE at 11:30 am. A special election will be held on...

 

Nurtured Heart Approach Parenting Class Offered

Parents of children of all ages are encouraged to attend the Nurtured Heart Approach to Parenting class offered on Saturday, January 28 from 9 am to 4 pm CT at the Yellowstone Meeting Room in the McKe...

 

Naming of the Rink

Present and past players and fans gathered on Friday to honor Dave Hansen and Arden Berg for their committment to the development of the hockey program in Watford City. The program was started in...

 
 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...

 

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