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JAMESTOWN — Federal policy is reducing demand for ethanol which will ultimately hurt farmers, said Jeff Zueger, CEO of Midwest AgEnergy, which owns and operates Dakota Spirit AgEnergy.
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s Public Service Commission has granted permits allowing an existing oil pipeline in McKenzie County to operate as a transmission line after its owner converted it from a gathering line without first obtaining approval from state regulators.
BISMARCK — North Dakota and Minnesota would see some of the largest percentage decreases in households receiving food stamp benefits under a proposed federal rule tightening eligibility requirements, according to a study released Thursday, Sept. 5.
Saying he’d never seen a case with more heroin involved, a judge sentenced a 46-year-old woman to 10 years in prison.
Tickets for the Williston Herald's Best of the Bakken celebration have sold out.
Choice Recovery in Williston is commemorating 30 years of National Recovery Month with an event to help shine a light on what recovery resources are available in the area.
While Mother Nature is making her move, there’s still plenty to do in the great outdoors before fall has a grip on you.
A 2015 spill at the Garden Creek plant was at least 837,800 gallons of condensates or natural gas liquids, according to new figures provided to the state by the company, and is likely to top at least 1 million gallons,…
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Health officials across the Midwest and the nation are on alert to more evidence of what federal and state officials are calling an outbreak of a lung illness possibly linked to vaping.
A 40-year-old man was seriously injured when the 2015 Kenworth crane boom truck he was driving rolled Wednesday morning, Sept. 4.
The Williams County Sheriff’s Office released a wanted posted Wednesday, Sept. 4, for a man accused of three felonies.
An ancient perennial cousin of wheat has so far shown it makes great beer and potentially great honey-toasted cereal as well. It’s also showing potential to grow very well in the MonDak, and it is thus going to get a…
A lunch in downtown Williston on Friday, Sept. 6, is going to benefit plans to renovate schools in Williston Public School District No. 1.
BISMARCK — North Dakota tribal leaders are taking steps to make sure their tribes aren’t undercounted in the 2020 census.
GRAND FORKS — A moose was on the loose on the University of North Dakota campus, UND Police tweeted Tuesday, Sept. 3.
American farmers and ranchers spent a little less on farm expenses in 2018 than they did in 2017, according to a new federal report.
GRENORA, N.D. — Wade and Breann Fischer likely won’t go to Bismarck on Nov. 12, the day Hunter Hanson is scheduled to be sentenced in a federal court for generating losses for claimants up to $11.2 million.
The girlfriend of a man accused of murder has been charged with hindering law enforcement after police said she helped to hide her boyfriend.
Classes ground to a halt at McVay Elementary on Tuesday morning, as fourth grade students took to the streets, going on strike until their demands were met. Those demand? More ice cream.
WINDSOR, N.D. —The Stutsman County Sheriff's Office is continuing the search Tuesday, Sept. 3, for a man described as mentally unstable in the Windsor area, according to Deputy Dan White of the sheriff's department.

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