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Touring Bismarck's Career Academy
January 12, 2021
Over a dozen leaders from throughout McKenzie County toured the Bismarck Career Academy earlier this month

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Free crisis support
January 11, 2021
Free and anonymous support services are available to North Dakotans who may be experiencing feelings of anxiousness, stress, depression, loneliness, or frustration during the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Small Business Relief Grants available
January 11, 2021
A new grant has been announced for small businesses and enterprises affected by Covid-19 in rural communities.

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River + Ranch Magazine features local home
January 11, 2021
The December/January edition of the River + Ranch Magazine features the home of Kira and Greg Noll of Watford City all decked out for the holidays

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ND Petroleum Council to meet in Watford City
January 11, 2021
Save the date! The 2021 North Dakota Petroleum Council's annual meeting has been set for September 22-24.

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Community effort to bring Christmas to elders
December 15, 2020
A senior care facility in Watford City received a little holiday makeover today.

Nearly a hundred volunteers helped place Christmas decorations around the courtyard at the McKenzie County Healthcare Systems Senior Living Complex.

More than a thousand dollars worth of items were donated like lights and inflatables.


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New Long X Bridge Opened in Western ND
November 4, 2020
North Dakota's Department of Transportation on Friday opened the new Long X Bridge to traffic.

The new bridge is open to two lanes of traffic but will open to four lanes next summer when all work is completed. State and federal officials participated in a ribbon-cutting Friday.

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NDDC announces hospitality ERG
October 29, 2020
Due to the continuing need of assistance, the second round of the ERG will focus on reimbursing hospitality businesses that were directly impacted by Executive Order 2020-06. This includes all restaurants, bars, breweries, cafes and similar on-site dining establishments.

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Governor moves county COVID risk to high
October 29, 2020
As the number of active COVID-19 cases continued to increase across the state, on Wednesday, Oct. 14, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum moved 16 counties, including McKenzie County, into the high-risk (orange) level, which now recommends reduced occupancy rather than business closures.

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Voting FAQs
October 29, 2020
Election day is near. Find out what you need to know in this 2020 General Election FAQs

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