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The North Dakota Department of Health's Division of Medical Marijuana announced Thursday morning that it had selected a dispensary to move forward with the registration process in Williston.
SIDNEY — The rise of herbicide-resistant weeds has increased interest in bio-control agents, which themselves can help lengthen the long-term efficiency of herbicides.
Lawyers for a man convicted earlier this month of corruption or solicitation of a minor have asked a judge to either overturn the jury’s verdict or grant a new trial.
Two people are facing multiple felony drug charges after police said they found 14 ounces of cocaine in the home they share, as well as marijuana, heroin and methamphetamine.
A bartender at a Tioga bar has been accused of providing the heroin used in a fatal overdose on Friday.
Just like hundreds of the people who visit the hospital each year, CHI St. Alexius Williston is expecting.
Just in time for what’s predicted to be the busiest Thanksgiving travel period in more than a decade, gas prices have started to plunge nationwide.
The number of women-owned businesses is on the rise in cities all across the country, and Williston is no different.
The City of Williston is preparing to usher in the Christmas season with a festive holiday event.
A 30-year-old man is facing felony charges after police say he was drunk when he fled from an officer while driving a stolen car.
Jeffrey Thake, the superintendent of Williston Public School District No. 1, has a quotation he goes back to regularly to explain why it’s important to try new things in education.
Halloween is over and Christmas is right around the corner, but the James Memorial Art Center is gearing up for a long-standing Thanksgiving tradition.
Most people may think of the American Legion as a veterans-only service organization, but the services they provide actually reach much deeper into the community.
The weather is supposed to warm up some through the middle of the week, but even though the official start of winter is more than a month away, the cold isn’t going anywhere.
The Keystone pipeline has run into another legal obstacle, with a judge in the Ninth District of Appeals ruling that President Donald Trump’s administration failed to provide a fact-based analysis to justify reversing the previous administration’s course, as it was…
Servicemen and women all around the Williston area are being honored as part of several Veterans Day ceremonies taking place this weekend.
A 40-year-old man is facing a felony charge after police said he used another person’s driver’s license when he was arrested on another charge.
They thought it wasn’t fair, so they became the Hot Lunch Helpers.
Next week, North Dakota will join communities across the nation in celebrating Community Foundation Week, bringing awareness to the important role the organizations play in their communities.
Dr. Robert Olson, affectionately known as Dr. Bob, longtime Williston physician and community supporter, has passed away at age 87.


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