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A fire Friday morning damaged a garage in the 400 block of Fourth Avenue East in Williston. Details were not immediately available about the cause of the fire or the extent of the damage.
Seventeen countries in the World Trade Organization have signed a statement agreeing to develop maximum levels for pesticide residues. The agreement was reached during the 11th World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires. Countries signing onto the concepts outlined…
City and public health officials are planning a town hall meeting next week to address the growing problem of opioid use and addiction in Williston.
The Republican governors of Michigan, Arkansas, Iowa and Tennessee, along with Vice President Mike Pence had a meeting at the White House on Thursday to impress on the Trump administration the importance of NAFTA.
The Williston Herald’s Wish List contest gave readers a chance to win gift cards to their favorite local stores. The businesses drew the winners this week, and the winners’ names appear below. Not pictured: Wade Montgomery won a $250 gift…
So many new students enrolled in North Dakota for this school year that the state had to scale back its rapid enrollment grants by more than 40 percent.
For the second year, Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church in Williston has two Christmas events centered around the Nativity.
Dozens attended a reception Wednesday evening at the James Memorial Art Center to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Williston Area Visual Artists, which was founded in 1967 as the Prairie Painters.
A Watford City man accused of raping a woman several times last month is being held in McKenzie County on $300,000 bond.
WILLISTON — Two pipelines have been moved out of the new airport’s way and construction of footings for the Williston Basin International Airport terminal building have already begun. Those are just a couple of the milestones hit in 2017 for…
Belarus, Italy, Germany, France, Kentucky and Fairview, Montana, all have a little something in common. They are, to one degree or another, part of the winding road in Greg Gardener’s latest spy thriller.
Linda Paluck had a task for the Lewis and Clark Elementary second graders who had gathered around her chair.
What happens when two turn-of-the-century state penitentiary escapees make their way to wild-west Williston, and they discover the chance to steal the proceeds from the community Christmas play? Will the much-needed orphanage ever be built? Will the plan to poison…
St. Joseph Catholic Church will hold a program of singing this Friday. “Magnificat” starts at 7 p.m. Friday at the church. Doors open at 5:45 p.m.; admission is free.
A new fixed-wing air ambulance service is now operating in Williston.
An Alexander city councilman is facing a criminal charge for allegedly hanging a homemade campaign sign on a fire truck earlier this year.
During the downturn, North Dakota’s oil and gas industry buckled down, finding ways to extract more oil than ever from its Bakken, Three Forks wells and drive up the profitability of their operations. They have done so well at this…
While the western half of the state remains in moderate drought and the eastern side is abnormally dry, the state is deactivating its drought monitor map at the end of the month.
Bethel Lutheran Nursing Home held its Christmas for Senior Veterans party Tuesday in Williston. About 75 veterans gathered for the 17th annual Christmas for Senior Veterans party at the nursing home. The veterans, who served in World War II, the…
A 19-year-old Williston man is wanted by Williams County authorities for having an alleged sexual encounter with an underage girl.

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