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Two men are facing multiple felony drug charges after police say they tried to move methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine from Colorado to Williston.
A woman arrested last month and charged with burglary and assault is now accused of using a medical boot to damage a window in the Williams County jail.
Police said three people were charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute after the car they were riding in Sunday nearly hit a Watford City police car.
The city of Williston has created a new position to attract future development, and it has a new person to fill it.
The CHI Health at Home hospice program in Williston wants to touch some hearts on Saturday, and members of the Dakota Prairie Quilt Guild are hoping to help.
The Williston Public School District No. 1 board voted 4-0 Monday evening to accept a retirement letter from district superintendent Michael Campbell.
A domestic violence call to the home of a teacher for the Alexander School District led to her arrest on a number of drug-related charges, including one that accuses her of exposing children at the residence to a controlled substance.
For 2017, the Williston Downtowners Association cleared a profit of $41,000. This year, it could be as low as $6,000.
Wheels were turning in farmer’s minds on day two of Williston’s Hard Spring Wheat Show, and you could see it happening after each talk.
Her business is helping kids, but even that needs a business plan. And then some.
An 18-year-old man is being held on $50,000 bond after police say he broke into the house of a 16-year-old girl he was dating, assaulted her and tried to take her in his car.
The jury in the trial of a man on two counts of murder has begun its deliberation.
A senior at Watford City High School is up for a major national award, and her teachers can’t stop singing her praises.
Farmers planted more acres of winter wheat than the market expected, but those numbers are misleading, according to marketing expert Dr. Frayne Olson, with NDSU.
An Arnegard man was ordered held on $500,000 bond Wednesday after he was accused of holding down and raping a woman Sunday.

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