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Thursday was the last day of the first-ever Camp Talk-A-Lot, a day camp for children with autism, and that means it was the culmination of discussions that date back years.
The Miles City cattle research farm and county Farm Service Agency offices appear likely to stick around, with both winning language in budget bills for fiscal year 2018 that prohibit their closure.
It’s only July, but Sophia Rose already knows exactly where she’ll be at the end of November.
If drought has caused early flower abortion in canola, it can be used as an alternative forage option for drought-stricken livestock producers, provided they take proper precautions, according to information from North Dakota State University Extension Services experts.
Federal agencies are being directed to retain funding for a project intended to make the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation Project more fish friendly that has run into legal hurdles and been delayed.
Just days after the first human case of West Nile virus in 2017 was announced in North Dakota in Barnes and LaMour counties, Williston Vector Control said Thursday it had found mosquitoes carrying West Nile in traps around the Williston…
SIDNEY — Perhaps the silver lining to a dry year is a lower incidence of disease. On the other hand, if you are a plant pathologist, the dry year has meant a lot of extra effort on research plots delving…
The future of the Hedderich building, which was heavily damaged by fire July 10, is still uncertain, as structural engineers work to determine its safety, and its owner is moving his dental practice to another downtown building.
State rail inspections aimed at curbing fiery oil car derailments are not necessarily the latest target in the North Dakota Legislature’s search for funds to shore up its general fund, despite comments from two lawmakers who told the Associated Press…
The motive behind a Tuesday morning drive-by shooting in Williston is still under investigation, but police say a man who killed himself Tuesday is the only suspect.
A 63-page budget plan released Tuesday by the U.S. House of Representatives seeks $10 billion in spending cuts to agricultural programs over the next decade. That’s less than the $70 billion called for in President Donald Trump’s 2018 budget proposal,…
A pest already established in Virginia, Florida, the Pacific Northwest, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Montana has found its way into North Dakota, according to the North Dakota University Extension Service. Pea leaf weevils have been positively identified in Golden Valley County,…
The motive behind a Tuesday morning drive-by shooting in Williston is still under investigation, but police say a man who apparently killed himself Tuesday is the only suspect.
A subdivision west of Williston that began in 2008 will be getting pavement for its residential and commercial areas, after the Williams County Commission unanimously awarded a bid to Northern Improvement for a $2.3 million project that will be paid…
If you want to know about the economic scene in Williston, the premier event each year is the WEST Economic Summit, which annually includes a range of programs updating developers and investors on everything they need to know about the…
The latest casualty of the nation’s sea change in the retail landscape is a Main Street icon that strikes a chord of nostalgia for lifelong Williston residents.
For children planning to attend Grenora School, registration is scheduled July 24 through July 27 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
On Friday, when Randy Neset and his family were called to Williston because his brother, Vance Neset, was in the hospital after being shot, they kept asking each other who would want to hurt Vance.
Youth Education on Stage is bringing Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, and other favorite Dr. Seuss characters to the Old Armory Theatre today, Wednesday and Thursday at 7 p.m.
The Williston police are looking for a person of interest in a shooting that happened shortly before 5 a.m. today.


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