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Watford City schools near 2,000 students as record
September 16, 2022
McKenzie County was named the fastest growing county in the 2020 US Census, and that trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. This year, their school district could eclipse a big milestone.




Four -Lane of Hwy 85 from Watford to Long X Bridge
August 24, 2022
Four-laning of Highway 85 from Watford City to Long X Bridge to start next spring

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Expanding childcare capacity
August 24, 2022
Wolf Pup Daycare will be adding 180 childcare slots with the addition of a new daycare center to be located next to Fox Hills Elementary.

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Cornerstone Bank contributes to Bakken Skills
August 24, 2022
Cornerstone Bank contributes to Bakken Area Skills Center
Representatives from Cornerstone Bank today announced a $100,000 commitment to the Bakken Area Skills Center project.

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Petroleum Council to bring in hundreds
August 24, 2022
Over three hundred attendees are expected for the North Dakota Petroleum Council annual meeting in Watford City on September 20-22.

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Increased ag production forecasted
August 24, 2022
North Dakota's spring wheat crop is projected to increase 56% over last year's drought production according to forecasts from the USDA based on August 1, 2022 conditions.

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Virtual Community Navigation
August 24, 2022
Want to visit McKenzie County without leaving your computer? Consider checking out the McKenzie County Virtual Tours!

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Builders + Backers launch in North Dakota
August 24, 2022
Do you have a business idea that you could use a little help with? Consider applying to be a part of the North Dakota cohort of the Builders + Backers idea accelerator

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Center for innovation event
August 24, 2022
Local entrepreneurs, and business, community, and technology leaders are encouraged to attend the University of North Dakota's Center for Innovation informational event.

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Technology skills training
August 24, 2022
North Dakota residents will have the opportunity to learn technology skills at no financial cost thanks to a recent agreement signed between North Dakota Governor Burgum and Cisco Networking Academy.

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We are currently 4th generation ranchers here. It's a fun lifestyle for all of us. We know this is a growing place and my children will have more opportunities because of all that has happened here.

~ Calli Thorne





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