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The Third Annual Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Symposium is taking place in Williston this week, bringing together members of the oil and gas industry, emergency responders, and interested parties together to learn about potential disasters and how to prepare and…
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — The former Devils Lake detective who fatally shot an unarmed man in the back of his head last summer is suing the city and police department for wrongful termination.
FARGO — A Fargo father pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a car crash that fatally injured one of his sons and critically injured another.
BISMARCK — The U.S. Air Force is asking North Dakota regulators to consider requiring the buffer zone between wind turbines and intercontinental ballistic missile facilities to increase tenfold.
A man is facing a class B felony count of child abuse after police say he beat and strangled a 5-year-old boy who he wanted to stop crying.
The CHI St. Alexius Health Williston Foundation’s 2019 Charity Ball is taking place this week! Here’s what you need to know about the event.
Opening arguments are set to begin Tuesday, Sept. 24, in the trial of a former teacher at a Williston Catholic school accused of sexually assaulting multiple students.
Dear Doctor: I’ve been on a few different medications for depression, but none of them did much of anything. A friend keeps going on about psychobiotics, which to me doesn’t even sound like a real word. What is he talking…
In two to four years, North Dakota will move to a statewide network for its emergency response communications. McKenzie County is getting a jump start on the radios its volunteer fire departments will need for that new system, thanks to…
Starting in 1805 through 1858 the Dakota Indian people living in Minnesota were, by U.S. government treaties, gradually cut out of their traditional hunting areas. In 1861, crops failed, winter was severe, meager federal payments were late and Dakota children…
A 32-year-old woman is facing two felony charges after police say she stabbed a man.
Police have accused a man of breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s apartment, threatening her life and then stealing tools.
A Williams County township will have to turn over some records a criminal defendant has requested, but a judge declined to rule Monday, Sept. 23, on whether the township was protected by Marsy’s Law.
Each year, thousands of people across the globe receive bone marrow transplants. While that might make donating bone marrow seem like an ordinary act, it’s anything but. Donors are genuine heroes who help save the lives of both their own…
Montana Highway Patrol commissioned 13 new troopers at the 66th Advanced Academy Graduation ceremony, including Harris Wilson from Malibu, California, stationed in Sidney. Chief Deputy Attorney General Jon Bennion addressed the graduates at the event, which took place at the…
Norsk Hostfest begins next week
BISMARCK — Without any rules or even office space yet, North Dakota’s new Ethics Commission is already facing questions of how far its authority might extend — including a query about oilfield spills.
The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality will be coming, at Williams County’s request, to hold an informational meeting about disposal of Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material in special waste landfills.
Watford City police are crediting social media posts with helping to solve a Friday burglary.
Continental Resources is once again accepting applications for its Funding the Future education grants. Grants of up to $5,000 are available to teachers in Continental’s operating area who are interested in launching or augmenting innovative reading, science, technology, engineering or…


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