Many Williston students submitted essays in a contest that would award a winner Mayor for a Day.
Year-over-year, Williston’s economy is a mixed bag of turnaround and struggles.
City commissioners promoted Williston’s assistant airport director on Tuesday, voting unanimously to appoint Anthony Dudas to director, a role he’s been filling for the past several months.
Marketplace for Kids has provided students a venue to showcase their entrepreneurial ideas for the past 17 years, but now, many new concepts stem from thoughts on environmental impact.
The state Supreme Court has ruled that pending disciplinary cases against a former Williams County prosecutor and private attorney be considered separately after she submitted a detailed response to what authorities say she owes to former clients.
A pipeline owned by Continental Resources leaked an estimated 18 barrels of Red River formation crude and seven barrels of brine from a three-inch diameter pipeline in Bowman County on Saturday. The spill has affected an estimated 14 miles of…
Removal hearings that were scheduled to begin this week for suspended McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger have been pushed to June as a result of a change of prosecutors.
The Alumni Association has been inactive at Williston State College since the 1980s, but with the college now boasting over 10,000 alumni, it was time to be re-established, and in a big way.
After months of delay, heavy construction machinery began covering ground on Friday at the site of Williston’s new airport.
Reclamation of oilfield sites has proven to be a thornier problem than farmers and oilfield companies alike want, but area research is kicking into high gear to look at the problem, which is exacerbated in part by North Dakota’s geological…
Alan Clark wasn’t sure he was going to live another year.
As renovations to Williston’s Fire Department’s headquarters near completion, Chief Jason Catrambone says the agency is better able to meet the needs of what he terms “the new normal” in terms of local population and demands for emergency services.
It’s time to put away winter coats and try on some spring fashion.
The Mule Deer Foundation has ambitious plans for western North Dakota in the coming year, and the Muddy Buck Chapter’s annual fundraiser looks to ensure those plans come to fruition with big-ticket auction items.
While the notice to proceed has been issued for a $57 million project to make the Glendive Intake Diversion Dam more friendly to the endangered pallid sturgeon, it will take two to three months before construction can begin on the…
No charges are pending against the parents of a 3-year-old who accidentally shot himself in Williams County last year, authorities say.
A healthy eating theme at this year’s Kids Day Out in Williston on Saturday promises to offer parents tips on how to get little ones to expand their food choices in the direction of fruits, vegetables and other nutritious foods.
CULBERTSON, Mont. — The Culbertson Public School District has brought in an independent investigator to look into claims of an inappropriate relationship between a female teacher and a teenage student.
D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) has made a return to the Williston Public School District under the guidance of school resource officer Heather Montgomery.
Born with a unique body, motivational speaker Gabe Murfitt ventured to Williston High School, his first school in North Dakota, to share his story and inspire others to reach their goals.