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Williston community members and Bakken workers gathered Friday, Nov. 15, to salute the star players of the oil and gas industry at the API’s eighth annual Petroleum Banquet.
After months of hard work, one of Williston’s favorite coffee shops has finally opened up their newest location, taking over the former Pizza Hut location.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Sanford Health’s plan to merge with a large, Iowa-based health system has collapsed.
Energy Transfer’s $5 billion acquisition of SEMGROUP in September has created a new opportunity for Bakken crude oil on the Dakota Access pipeline. As a result, the company has extended a binding supplementary open season it had opened in July.
FARGO — A man accused of shooting at police in Fargo early Monday morning was convicted of a similar crime in Williston in 2017.
The Williston Salvation Army will ring in a new season of giving during Kettle Kickoff 2019 at noon Friday, Nov. 22 at Cashwise featuring a special guest from City Hall giving
BISMARCK — North Dakota's Ethics Commission on Thursday, Nov. 14, declined to accept a second complaint in as many months as the new board continues to establish itself.
TEMPE, Ariz. — Supporters of the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum were briefed on the project’s plans in preparation for hiring an architect to design a center in the Badlands that molded North Dakota’s adopted son.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Thursday, Nov. 14, moved forward a proposal that soon may see Sullys Hill – a northeast North Dakota landmark – officially renamed White Horse Hill.
BISMARCK — North Dakota has the fifth highest per-capita concentration of military members in the country, a new study says. Only Hawaii, Alaska, the District of Columbia and Virginia had higher concentrations.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — In the aftermath of a mass shooting, doctors become less likely to ask parents about safe gun storage practices in the home, according to a recent study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — People who hesitate to provide CPR on a stranger out of worry they are at risk of legal liability, it turns out, have it all backwards. In the presence of a person suffering a heart attack, the…
It was in Reno, Nev., when James SanGrait and his friend Brad Kuntz, a Grand Forks native, got the chance to put the car on a lift. The springs had finally given up. But this was expected.
Small Business Saturday is coming up on Nov. 30, encouraging residents in communities across the country to keep keep their dollars in town, supporting the small businesses that help keep the local economy thriving.
Joe and Rebecca Bradley, who operate the H&R Block franchise office in Sidney, Montana, have been selected as an H&R Block Top 100 Franchisee.
Hosting a business dinner for the first time is a great chance to make a strong impression on clients and colleagues. Planning such dinners can be intimidating, but hosts who give careful consideration to a handful of factors when planning…
The Williston City Commission approved STAR Fund grants for six projects at its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12. The projects included All Seasons Sport About, Cold Stone Creamery, Dakota Diesel, Lounge Thirty 3, Slater’s and The Hub Cycle & Sport.
Donating to a favorite charity or charities is a great way to make a difference in the lives of people that need a helping hand.
LISBON, N.D. — The Ransom County Gazette, Cass County Reporter, Traill County Tribune and Sargent County Teller have been sold to a Wyoming newspaper publisher.
The man tasked with leading a study of Williams County’s six school districts said he would like to see relations between districts calm down while the study is happening.

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