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A school bus carrying nearly two dozen people crashed shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, near the intersection of County Road 5 and 66th Street NW in rural Williams County.
Equinor’s pop-up lunch for the Innovation Academy gave Williston Public School District No. 1 a boost, and not just for its Innovation Academy. Teachers, administrators and boosters alike were buoyed by Friday afternoon’s strong show of community support, after the…
The Williston Concert Association is revving up for its new season with a nationally acclaimed group kicking things off on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
Setting the table is something you usually do for family meal, tea party or gathering. Rarely does one set a table with no intention of serving food, unless that table is for one of the Williston Community Library’s most popular…
MINOT, N.D. — Should Ward County have an Amazon account?
Fargo school placed on lockdown following alleged assault on officer
BISMARCK — Authorities say DNA collected from a cigarette butt in 2016 at a Dakota Access Pipeline protest site is from a South Dakota man who took part in a riot that caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage,…
Lawyers for a former Catholic school teacher accused of sexually abusing multiple students claim he cannot get a fair trial in Williston.
The Salvation Army has begun their annual Coats for Kids campaign, continuing their long-standing tradition of providing warmth for hundreds of area children.
A 200-barrel produced water spill that affected pastureland in McKenzie County will be remediated by digging out the soil and removing it, then backfilling and revegetating it.
BISMARCK — As ranchers are considering how long to leave the cows on pasture this fall, an online tool might help them determine how much more grass production might remain.
BISMARCK — North Dakota Game and Fish Department officials opposed the immobilization and relocation of a moose on the University of North Dakota campus in Grand Forks this week because of “the possibility of consumption and associated health hazard to…
HARWOOD — Several dignitaries and elected officials will be on hand when North Dakota’s first national cemetery opens this month with a formal ceremony from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
BISMARCK — North Dakota has received $4 million in federal money to combat the opioid crisis.
The North Dakota and Montana spring wheat harvest is nearing the halfway mark, and farmers are describing average to slightly above average yields in the latest USDA crop progress report.
MINOT — The second-highest runoff ever recorded in the Missouri River Basin was increased again this week as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released their latest projections, the Minot Daily News reported.
Building out the Bakken and other oil patches in the country took huge amounts of capital, and led many oilfield companies to take on huge debts.
A former North Dakotan is returning to the state to share his latest novel, and Books on Broadway in Williston is hosting a signing event this weekend to showcase the new work.
BISMARCK — United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck will end a week of events celebrating its 50th anniversary with its International Powwow, which kicks off Friday, Sept. 6.
GRAND FORKS — The University of North Dakota’s relationship with NASA was brought to the forefront on Wednesday, Sept. 4, with a visit from the agency’s top leader.

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