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North Dakota hits all-time high in oil production
February 18, 2019
Oil production reached an all-time high in December according to the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources.

Oil production was 43,442,924 barrels, averaging 1,401,385 barrels per day.

The previous record high was 1,392,369 barrels a day in October of 2018.

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Students give up Valentine's party to help others
February 18, 2019
West Dakota Fox News

WATFORD CITY, N.D. - In Watford City Wednesday, seven third-grade classrooms gave up their Valentine's Day party to create a project of love.

About 175 students worked together to make fleece tie-blankets for the local McKenzie County Hospital and the Ronald McDonald Houses in Bismarck and Fargo

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McKenzie County featured on National Travel Show
February 18, 2019
Watford City resident, McKenzie County and North Dakota to be featured on "Born to Explore," a travel show airing across the nation on PBS February 23rd with multiple repeat broadcasts throughout the year.
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Theodore Roosevelt's Legacy Statewide
February 18, 2019
When Marty Mulder had the chance to own a 20-foot bust of Theodore Roosevelt, he pounced.

The proprietor of the Roosevelt Inn & Suites in Watford City swooped in to buy the bust from the defunct Presidents Park in South Dakota before it went to Medora.

Since 2012, the white bust of the 26th president has featured prominently outside his family's hotel in North Dakota's oil patch.

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Poco Rio Frio Badlands Winter Event Feb. 9
February 8, 2019
This year’s Poco Rio Frio is February 9 at the Long X Trail and CCC Campground just off of Highway 85, south of Watford City near the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

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School bond passes
January 16, 2019
Area voters overwhelmingly said "yes" to plans for an additional elementary school as well as funding flexibility in the near term if school board officials deem more building needed in the future.

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Job Fair coming in March
January 16, 2019
Employers and job seekers will once again be coming together at the NW North Dakota Semi-Annual Job Fair on March 27 held from 3-7pm at Watford City's Rough Rider Center. All industries are welcome.

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Caribu Coffee coming to Cashwise
January 16, 2019
Coffee and hot drink lovers will have another option in Watford City once the Caribou Coffee is built out in the current Cashwise grocery store.


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Foundation awards grants with help from Conoco
January 16, 2019
The McKenzie County Community Foundation, which is a local endowment, recently announced grants for local organizations. ConocoPhillips stepped in and nearly doubled the total grants amount so that over $10,000 was awarded.

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Community to provide 100k+ meals for those in need
January 16, 2019
For the second year, Watford City will be a mobile site for the Feed my Starving Children organization. Over the course of March 15-16, over 500 volunteers are needed to help pack over 100,000 meals that will be distributed to those in need throughout the world.


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