The time in Watford City, North Dakota is 2:31am on the morning of Sunday, October 18th. This comes from a computer program I’ve written that calculates the time by looking at the position of the stars in relation to the location. It’s technically likely wrong, but it’s close enough for government work.
However, on a more serious note it’s interesting to note that the time in Watford City – the location of a sound based tribute to John Lennon – is the same as North Dakota, where the FBI tried to destroy their press releases with a sophisticated computer program. I would say that this is proof that the government is involved in less than conventional activities.
And I wouldn’t be at all surprised if there were also ties between the murder of Lennon, and the FBI’s conspiracy to cover it up.
Well, I can dream right?
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Welcome to the complete guide to Watford City ND! Whether you need an easy day trip, or a more adventurous weekend getaway, you’ll find everything you need in this one article.
Watford City is the second largest town in North Dakota, with a population of over two-thousand. It is also the current population center for the Western part of the state due to it being the junction of many highways, most notably Interstate 94. Watford City is located 10 miles west of Williston and 15 miles east of Rugby.
The city is named for the Watford family, who were local ranchers that helped settle the area in 1887. The community was first known as Watford City by a post office established in 1889, with Amos J. Spink serving as its first postmaster. As settlers entered the area, they named the settlement Lonetree because a large grove of buffaloberry trees existed here; buffaloberry being a key ingredient in baking bread. By 1900, the town had grown enough to support a post-office. The town name was officially changed to Watford City on July 1, 1907. The current city hall, constructed in 1936, was previously located about two blocks east of the center of town; the building was destroyed by fire in 2012 and subsequently replaced.