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 News    April 1, 2020 

Bergum Issues Travel Quarantine Orders for Persons Returning to North Dakota

The quarantine order signed 3/28 by State Health Officer Mylynn Tufte has been amended, removing the order for those who returned to ND in the last 14 days to quarantine and clarifying exempted workforce sectors. View the updated information here:...

 

Grants Awarded From NWNDCF Relief Fund, ND

Williston, ND - The Northwest North Dakota Community Foundation (NWNDCF) has awarded $14,000 from the newly established NWNDCF Relief Fund to organizations responding to immediate needs in Williams, Divide, McKenzie, and Mountrail Counties as a...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Burgum Expands Business Closures To Protect Health, Suspends Unemployment Taxes To Help Employers

Bismarck, ND – Gov. Doug Burgum has expanded business closures in North Dakota to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus and protect public health, while also suspending payment of unemployment taxes to allow employers to focus on their...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    News    April 1, 2020 

Red Rock Dealerships Making Customers' Health a Top Priority with Ozone Disinfectants

During the coronavirus pandemic, Red Rock dealerships are making customer health and safety a top priority.  In an effort to combat the virus, Red Rock dealerships are using Dead Zone Ozone Disinfect...

 
 By Anna Dragseth    Ag Roundup    April 1, 2020 

Williston Research Extension Center Seeks to Analyze Kernza Performance in Western North Dakota

After four decades of breeding and testing, The Land Institute, Salina, KS, has introduced its first commercial grain, a trademarked variety called Kernza. Kernza is in the early stages of...

 

USDA Announces More Than 3.4 Million Acres Selected for General Signup Conservation Reserve Program

Bozeman – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has announced the acceptance of more than 3.4 million acres in the general Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) signup recently completed, the first general signup enrollments since 2016. County offices wi...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Burgum Requests Major Presidential Disaster Declaration For Response To COVID-19 Pandemic

Bismarck, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum has requested a major presidential disaster declaration to unlock federal assistance to support North Dakota’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The governor’s request seeks assistance for public...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Guidelines Being Developed To Ensure Child Care For Essential Workers Through COVID-19 Crisis

Bismarck, ND – North Dakota has launched a rapid planning process to develop operating guidelines to ensure that child care is available for health care and other essential workers through the COVID-19 crisis, Gov. Doug Burgum said today. The...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Burgum stresses social distancing, staying home as ND records two additional deaths related to COVID-19; executive orders issued

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum today called on North Dakotans to take the coronavirus crisis seriously and step up social distancing efforts as the state Department of Health reported two additional deaths related to COVID-19. Burgum extended...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Sen. Cramer Outlines Agriculture Assistance in COVID-19 Phase Three Relief Package during Call with Producers, Elected Leaders

BISMARCK – U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) spoke with members of North Dakota’s agricultural community today about the assistance for agriculture found in the Phase Three Coronavirus (COVID—19) relief package and about ongoing efforts to...

 
 By Kelly Armstrong    News    April 1, 2020 

Coronavirus Phase III Legislation

My top priority is protecting the health, safety, and economic wellbeing of North Dakotans during the coronavirus pandemic. If you have any questions or concerns about the response to the coronavirus or options that may be available to you, please...

 

First Confirmed COVID-19 Case In McKenzie County

(March 31, 2020) Today the Watford City/McKenzie County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) was notified by the North Dakota Department of Health (ND DoH) that a male in their 40s from McKenzie County tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. The person...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Burgum announces pilot project to expand COVID-19 testing and improve tracing to slow spread of virus

Friday, April 3, 2020 - 05:20pm BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum today announced a new pilot project to expand COVID-19 testing and improve contact tracing to slow the spread of the coronavirus in North Dakota. The North Dakota Department of...

 
 News    April 1, 2020 

Fund set up for donations to aid COVID-19 response; personal protective equipment also being accepted

Thursday, April 2, 2020 - 06:00pm BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum today announced that monetary donations and donations of personal protective equipment are being accepted to aid in the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We know...

 

Benefit for Local Infant Scheduled For April 5

Starting at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 5, there will be a benefit raffle for Calliope Hamilton at Watford City Eagles Club (Aeries #3543), 1904 S. Main, Watford City, ND. Raffle tickets are $20 and can be purchased at several Watford City...

 

Burgum Urges North Dakotans To Remain Vigilant Against COVID-19 As State Confirms 30th Positive Case

Bismarck, ND – Gov. Doug Burgum today urged North Dakotans to remain vigilant against the novel coronavirus as the state’s total number of COVID-19 cases reached 30. The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) today confirmed two additional cas...

 
 By Paul Tedrow    News    March 25, 2020

McKenzie County Forms Emergency Response For COVID-19

Watford City / McKenzie County COVID-19 response formed an Emergency Operations Center to support the community in observing CDC and North Dakota Department of Health guidelines to slow the spread and flatten the curve of COVID-19 in our community....

 

Burgum Signs Executive Order To Help Slow Spread Of COVID-19, Expand Testing Locations

Bismarck, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum today signed an executive order designed to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and expand testing locations for North Dakotans. The order expands the list of those authorized to administer COVID-19...

 

NoDak Northern Lights Gymnastics Results, March 7-8, Watford City

On March 7 and 8, one team from South Dakota, five teams from Montana, and twelve North Dakota teams for a total of eighteen, showed up at the Rough Rider Center for the second annual NoDak Northern...

 
 By Amanda Ventura    News    March 25, 2020

CHI St. Alexius Health Williston Enhances COVID-19 Precautions

Williston, ND – We continue to adjust our approach and ensure that the safety of our visitors, patients, employees, and physicians, remains our highest priority. To decrease exposure and limit the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), CHI St....

 

Williston Resident Starts Scholarship Fund For Students Who Lost A Parent

WILLISTON: Dealing with the loss of a parent is difficult on many levels. Having personally seen the kind of effect that type of loss can have on a child or student, Tieheena Lemerond, of Williston, decided that she wanted to help in whatever way she...

 

ND Game & Fish Offers Up The Outdoors

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department encourages hunters and anglers to make mindful decisions on outdoor activities by following guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Customer, volunteer and employee well-being...

 

ND Governor Doug Burgum: COVID-19 Cases Up To 33

Bismarck, ND (AP) - The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in North Dakota has risen to 33, and while the increase in the state remains relatively low, North Dakotans should not be complacent...

 

Burgum releases child care guidelines, signs order to allow for mail ballot elections during COVID-19 crisis

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Doug Burgum today released modified operating practices and an emergency grant program for child care providers to help them through the COVID-19 crisis and ensure that child care services are available for health, safety and...

 

Coronavirus What should you do if you think you might have COVID-19 In McKenzie County

Please contact MCHS (McKenzie County Health Systems) 701-842-3000 #9 if: 1. You have symptoms such as a cough, shortness of breath, or fever and need medical care AND 2. You have Travel Exposure* or have been in close contact with an individual...

 

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