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Watford City Chamber Keeping Christmas Spirit Alive With Festive Events

Watford City will be looking festive this year with tons of Christmas events happening throughout November and December.  McKenzie County 4-H Junior Leaders are having their Annual Spudfest Friday,...

 
 By Kali Godfrey    News    November 23, 2022 

Shop Small Power Hour Held Nov. 15

The Sidney Chamber of Commerce continues to host Community Power Hours on the third Tuesday of each month. November featured a special Shop Small message from local business owners Marci Cundiff,...

 
 By Daniel Stenberg    News    November 23, 2022 

2022 McKenzie Co Community Foundation Grantees Announced, Hellandsaas Honored

Each year the McKenzie County Community Foundation provides grants to organizations doing charitable work in McKenzie County. This year they are awarding $12,517 towards area projects. 2022 Community...

 

Bergman Retires After Serving 48 Years As Ag Research Agronomist/Safflower Breeder In MonDak Region

Jerry Bergman, Sidney, started his long time ag career 48 years ago with the Montana State University’s Eastern Agricultural Research Center, Sidney, as a research agronomist/safflower breeder in 1973. He served in this position until 1980 when he...

 

Dr. Yolanda Newton, OBGYN, To Provide Women's Health, Labor & Delivery Services

Watford City - Dr. Yolanda Newton, OBGYN, has joined our team and will spearhead women's health and obstetric services. MCHS has not had an obstetrics department in over 25 years, so it is with great...

 
 By Jaymi Mozeak    News    November 23, 2022 

Nationwide Egg Shortage Impacting Local Grocers

Friday, Nov.11, a mother from Bainville went to Walmart in Williston looking for eggs for her holiday baking and there were none, not even the expensive, organic brands. Monday, Nov. 14, she drove to...

 

Local Pastor Instrumental In Creation of McKenzie County Heritage Park

Back in 1992, local pastor Alton Hillesland, formerly of Watford City and now in Sidney, was passing by a collection of antique farm equipment north of Watford City owned by a fellow Lions Club...

 
 By Argus Media    Energy    November 9, 2022

Argus Expands Coverage Of Bakken Crude Pricing

Houston, Oct. 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Global energy and commodities price reporting agency Argus has broadened its coverage of one of the largest crude oil markets in the USA, adding critical price...

 

Buckshot Seeds Gains Gold Standard Seed Distributorship & Warehouse

Bob Gannaway, Buckshot Seeds, and Mark Erickson were proud to have their open house for their Gold Standard Seed distributorship's new warehouse on Friday, Oct. 28. Neither man is new to the area or...

 

ASB Honors Former Community Leaders With Photo On Generator Wrap

Recently, American State Bank & Trust Company, Williston installed a generator at its main bank on Main Street in Williston. With the large gray structure in place, current ASB&T owners and Board...

 
 By Lynn Welker    News    November 2, 2022

McKenzie County Healthcare Systems, Inc. & Allcheck Medical Clinic

Watford City - As of Thursday, Dec. 1, McKenzie County Healthcare Systems (MCHS) in partnership with Allcheck Medical Clinic is offering orthopedic care and services at Allcheck Medical Clinic’s location at 223 N Central Ave., Sidney, MT. The MCHS...

 

Upcoming Programs At Fort Buford & Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center

Williston, ND – The public is invited to these upcoming events at Fort Buford and the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center near Williston. All events are free and open to the public. All times are Central time. Nov. 17: History...

 
 By Jaymi Mozeak    News    November 2, 2022

Live2Lead Coming to Watford City

On Monday, Nov. 7, and Saturday, Nov. 19, for the first time Live2Lead is coming to Watford City. In an effort to bring access to the Atlanta, GA event to the people in the area, Calli will be...

 

Hunters Encouraged To Have Deer Tested For CWD

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2022 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease from select units in the...

 

Game & Fish Allocates Five Bighorn Sheep Licenses

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department allocated five bighorn sheep licenses for the 2022 hunting season, the same as last year. One license was issued in unit B1, one in B3, one in B4 and one in...

 

Report Violations with RAP

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department encourages hunters, anglers and landowners who witness a fish or wildlife violation to file a report with the Report All Poachers program. Witnesses should report a violation by calling RAP at 701-328-9921....

 

Deer Replacement Tag Reminder

Deer hunters who can’t find their deer license should contact the North Dakota Game and Fish Department soon to secure their tag before the season opens. The Game and Fish Department must be contacted by phone at 701-328-6335, or email...

 

Bergman Retires After Serving 48 Years As Ag Research Agronomist/Safflower Breeder In MonDak Region

Jerry Bergman, Sidney, started his long time ag career 48 years ago with the Montana State University's Eastern Agricultural Research Center, Sidney, as a research agronomist/safflower breeder in...

 

Extend Grazing Season With Corn Stalks

Grazing corn stalks is one way for farmers and ranchers to reduce the cost of wintering beef cows. However, "grazing corn stalks" is a bit misleading, as cattle shouldn't be forced to graze the stalk...

 

Warm, Dry Conditions Increase Risk Of Combine Fires

Row crop harvest is in full swing across North Dakota, with many crops near harvest completion. Weather conditions have been warm and dry, allowing producers to harvest crops without the pressure to...

 

NDSU Extension Offers Advice For Conditioning Too-Dry Soybeans

Warm, dry weather can result in soybeans being too dry at harvest. "The soybeans lose weight and become brittle, increasing the potential for handling damage when they are too dry," North Dakota...

 

AGT Foods Is Making An Impact 'From Producer To The World'

AGT Foods has its finger on the pulse of agriculture; or rather the pulse crops of agriculture. AGT is a buyer, processor, and distributor of pulse crops such as lentils, chickpeas, beans and peas,...

 

Rose Marie Gamache, 91, Sidney, MT

Mass of the Christian Burial for Rose Marie Gamache, 91 of Sidney is at 10:00 A.M., Friday, November 4, 2022, at St. Matthew's Catholic Church in Sidney with Father Jim O'Neil as presider. Wake...

 

Pioneer Museum Of McKenzie County To Move Exhibits To The McKenzie County Heritage Park & North Dakota Oil Museum

The story of McKenzie County's rich history, from pre-historic to modern day oil exploration and agriculture, can soon be explored under one roof. With the opening of the McKenzie County Heritage Park...

 

Lila M. Rasmussen, 72, Watford City, ND

Lila M. Rasmussen, 72, Watford City, ND, more recently of Aberdeen, SD, passed away October 13, 2022 at Avera Hospital in Aberdeen, SD at the age of 72. At the time of her passing she was surrounded...

 

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