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Development of shale plays in rural areas has been strikingly similar from the Eagle Ford in Texas to the Bakken, and several points in between. That has prompted a Texas man to start a coalition of all the rural shale…
Williams County voters will have a choice in November on who they wish to represent them in District 3. Incumbent Williams County Commissioner Wayne Aberle is being challenged for his seat by Cory Hanson.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol is investigating a major crash that happened early Tuesday morning on Second Avenue in Williston.
On a gray afternoon in September, Seth Babbitt sits in the one room cabin he uses as his studio, sipping coffee and talking about making music.
The Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau is looking to entice fisherman to the area for an upcoming competition.
Breasts come in all shapes and sizes, and the most important thing for your overall breast health is knowing your own breasts. What’s normal? What’s new? Some of this you can see and feel with self-exams, but some of it…
Two three-vehicle crashes just days apart on the same stretch of U.S. Highway 2 claimed the lives of three people.
Entertainment Inc! is kicking off the Halloween season in a spook-tacularly musical fashion.
A local foundation is using fashion to honor those affected by breast cancer, while raising awareness for the cause.
In District 5, Williams County voters also face a choice between an incumbent and a new challenger. Incumbent Williams County Commissioner Barry Ramberg is being challenged for his seat by Linda Meyer.
North Dakota revenues are forecast to rise for the next biennium, and that sets the stage for a difficult biennium ahead.
Oil companies have been required to provide testing results for vapor pressure on Bakken crude since the state enacted new rules to improve the safety of transporting Bakken crude by rail.
This summer voters approved a measure expanding the territory Williston Vector Control sprays for West Nile virus carrying mosquitoes by 2 miles, all the way around Williston.
History comes alive in more ways than one at an area attraction.
An Epping couple has been charged with multiple felonies after police say they found nearly 8 and 1/2 pounds of marijuana in their home.
Williams County will be taking about $5.6 million from its reserves to make its $26.1 million budget for 2019 work, and will hold dark about $1 million in personnel that department heads have suggested they could need for Boom 2.0.…
September is National Recovery Month, and a local event is helping to shed light on those who struggle.
After nearly half century, a Williston business owner is closing his doors.
A Williston city official has been recognized throughout the state for his outstanding work.
A state proposal to regionalize social services is still at the concept stage, says the director of Health and Human Services, Chris Jones.

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