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Prosecutors said Friday an allegation that the Williams County State’s Attorney’s Office eavesdropped on calls between lawyers and their clients are without merit and untrue.
As the city commission's vote on the proposed new liquor ordinance nears, one local businessman says he is still unconvinced that the changes are good for the community.
A former police officer and substitute teacher convicted in November of corruption or solicitation of a minor will not get a new trial, a judge ruled Friday.
Police say a 23-year-old man had 24 grams of meth, multiple pills and a sawed-off shotgun when he was arrested Tuesday.
The Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp cultivation, but implementation of the new law is in slow motion and many questions hang over the crop’s future, many of which cannot be answered during the government shutdown, which is now entering its…
Two Bakken Elementary teachers have been recognized for their work in the field of STEM education.
North Dakota’s request for a six-month extension to comment on changes to oil and gas leasing on the Dakota Prairie Grasslands is among items that have hit limbo in the nation’s longest running government shutdown, 28 days old as of…
Prosecutors said Friday an allegation that the Williams County State’s Attorney’s Office eavesdropped on calls between lawyers and their clients are without merit and untrue.
In a court filing Thursday, a prosecutor claimed no one in the Williams County State’s Attorney’s Office listened to calls between a jail inmate and his lawyer.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol is looking into two crashes on Bear Den Road in McKenzie County — one Wednesday where two people were injured and one Thursday where one person was injured and another died.
No one was hurt Thursday when a tank at a saltwater disposal site in Watford City exploded.
A 44-year-old man convicted Thursday of violating a domestic violence protection order will remain free on $40,000 bond while he awaits sentencing in that case and trial on five similar charges.
Profitability for pulse crops in 2019 could depend heavily on how well a farmer can manage the inputs for his chosen crops. Help with that will be front and center for the MonDak Pulse Day on Feb. 7, an annual…
The games! The entertainment! The food! A taste of New Orleans is returning to St. Joe's Church in Williston for the 68th annual Mardi Gras celebration.
A 25-year-old man was in court Wednesday for a change of plea on charges that he had an inappropriate relationship with a local teen.
A man who sold the fentanyl-laced heroin that killed a Williston man in 2017 was convicted last week in federal court of three charges.
Farmers and producers in the region will be able to get a limited range of services from FSA offices for things like existing farm loans and 1099 tax documents starting Thursday.
Winter has been warmer than usual so far, but that is about to change. Weather forecasters are predicting a polar plunge for northwestern North Dakota and northeastern Montana, starting Thursday night.
North Dakota’s oil and gas industry self-restricted nearly 100,000 barrels of oil production in the month of November, and low oil prices and colder temperatures also pushed oil production down 17,000 barrels per day to 1.375 million barrels per day.
By Mitch Melberg

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