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The Tioga City Commission has approved a $30,000 loan to bring AeroFleet One, a drone company, to the city.
For Cody Davis, practice might just make perfect.
Manufacturing facilities cannot sell marijuana to another manufacturing facility, even in the event of crop failures or other business interruptions. They are only authorized to sell marijuana to a dispensary registered by the Department of Health.
Two men are facing charges in McKenzie County that they used forged checks to buy a vehicle.
Proper lemonading requires a great big smile, so get them ready, folks, because Lemonade Day sign-ups have already started, and the day is not as far away as it might seem right now, with snow still clinging to shadowed ground.
Williston High School senior Sophia Rose is no stranger to prestigious honors for her musical ability.
A second person has been charged with criminal conspiracy after a Williams County jail inmate was accused of trying to bribe two guards.
Coming back home from college to Sequim, Washington, Caitlin Pallai noticed something cool. The traffic signal light covers had been dressed up with vibrant artwork.
The Williston Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Band Day Committee have announced that Jordis “Jordy” Larvick will be the Band Day 2018 Parade Marshal.
If you’re at the Williston High School jazz concert this evening, don’t be deceived when you hear the students improvising — that took practice.
An 18-year-old man already facing accusations that he stole a gun from a car, used that gun to shoot at a home and car, and that he broke into a Williston apartment, has been charged with shooting up an oil…
A 23-year-old man was arrested by Mountrail County deputies Tuesday and charged with aggravated assault, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office.
McVay Principal Keith Leintz accepted a "Golden Book" award from a costumed Hagan Principal Darla Ratzak on Tuesday. The award — and Ratzak's costume — were part of a friendly competition between the two schools to see whose students could…
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs committee, in conjunction with the Williston Herald, will be hosting forums for voters to get to know some of the candidates in the upcoming elections. Three forums will be held at the…
A lot split that ran afoul of an administrative decision aimed at preventing flag lots will be able to go forward after all, following a decision by Williams County Commissioners to allow the split if the company agrees in writing…
The Chokecherry Festival was just beginning to be a gleam in the Williston eye when Amy Krueger became the new director of the Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Youth For Christ has continued to make wide strides in Williston in 2017, growing now to three full-time and three part-time staff members, as well as an 11-member board that oversees a yearly budget of more than $280,000.
A judge ordered Tuesday that prosecutors and police return guns seized nearly two years ago from a man acquitted in February of murder, but declined to order sanctions against a prosecutor like the defense requested.
A 34-year-old man who is serving 360 days in jail for a probation violation is accused of trying to bribe two guards at the Williams County Correctional Center.
Williston Trinity Christian School is hosting a talk about how science confirms the Bible today at 7 p.m.


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