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Caliber Midstream Partners LP is facing fines totaling $9,100, after the North Dakota Public Service Commission said the pipeline company failed to provide proper corrosion control on two of its lines within the required timeframe.
A man from Williston was arrested this week on a child pornography charge after a detective allegedly linked an explicit photograph to his email address.
Editor’s note: This is the second in an occasional series looking at the preparation for and celebration of the 130th anniversary of Riverview Cemetery.
The sun peeked out from around the clouds for a few moments on Friday afternoon as students at Rickard Elementary filed out onto the football field, but the wind never let up. Balloons brought out in memory of the school’s…
Twenty-five years ago, which was the first year that Carol Scallon taught kindergarten for New Public School District 8, she taught a girl named Amanda Brown.
A faulty weld on the Dakota Access pipeline was responsible for a 20-gallon leak reported March 5 at an above-ground station in Mercer County, while an 84-gallon spill at a pipeline terminal in Watford City on March 3 was actually…
A man accused of having sexual contact with an underage girl over a period of about six months in 2012 is scheduled to stand trial this fall.
It may have been threatening to rain down on the parade of equipment displayed at Williston’s Annual Public Works Day, but there was still plenty of sunshine to be had on the ground. It was all in the eyes and…
Kids 18 and under in Williston who are in need of a free meal will have access to one every weekday throughout the summer, thanks to a federally run program.
Jeremy Melhoff, the principal of Bakken Elementary, only had one thing to say after his students drenched him in chocolate sauce, caramel, chopped nuts, sprinkles, whipped cream and cherries.
A number of items critical to the completion of Williston’s new international airport were approved at Tuesday night’s City Commission meeting. Most of these were routine matters, but among them was one that City Administrator David Tuan believes could put…
Williston police are testing their readiness to issue an AMBER Alert by taking part in a training exercise with state agencies today.
State health officials plan to host a public meeting on Friday for anyone interested in learning more about HIV prevention and treatment.
The oilfield has always been in a tech race, but the downturn helped light a fire under some feet. Among the new inventions and systems that surfaced as a result is one recently recognized by the American Petroleum Institute. It…
President Donald Trump was warned that any agriculture budget similar to the “skinny” budget proposed in March would be a non-starter in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives — but that is just the sort of budget he…
From roads and streets, street lights and signs, sanitation, water and sewer systems and more, the work a city’s public works department does is a key element to a smoothly running city.
When Miranda Wheeler fell on the ice in February, her family initially thought the damage was limited to a bad bruise.
Marla Meyer had a question for Rita Bodin’s third-grade class at St. Joseph Catholic School.
A nearly two-and-a-half hour meeting ended without a contract between Williston’s schools and its teachers, but both sides said they were hopeful an agreement was near.
David Billion had what might sound to some like a dream retirement. Thirty seconds to check that the rent check on his former auto business had cleared, and the rest of the time spent snowboarding with his oldest son and…


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