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It’s a weekend packed with activities at Fort Buford Historical Site this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Social media connected Raymond Morrell to a suicide attempt by a veteran living in Lisbon, North Dakota two years ago. Morrell took it as a call to action.
The principal of Magic City Campus High School in Minot is one of four finalists for the Williston Public School District No. 1 superintendent position.
Never in Dave Benth’s wildest dreams did he expect to be where he was on Saturday.
Images from Band Day 2018
The Mountrail County Sheriff’s office has criticized the U.S. Air Force for not releasing information about explosives that have been missing for more than a week.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger bowed out of the race for a post he’d held for 25 years after the Republican convention chose to endorse his Republican challenger, Will Gardner. That means voters will inevitably choose a new person for…
Fences have been popping up at long-standing access points to fishing holes on Lake Sakakawea, and that has made dozens of anglers in the area unhappy.
A new Williston business might make residents literally jump for joy.
An addition to CHI St. Alexius Williston will help provide better birthing options to parents in the region, as well as attract new families to the city.
More than 150 soon-to-be graduates filed into The Well at Williston College, the somber, traditional black of their academic robes offset by tassels in various shades and by brightly decorated mortarboards.
Supporters of Band Day have the opportunity to contribute to the future of the event by taking a seat.
She works at Smiling Moose, and isn’t looking for a home to buy. That’s not because 22-year-old Sarah Villamore and her husband don’t want to, however. It’s because the Williston native has given up on finding what she and her…
A 20-year-old man is accused of breaking into five businesses and stealing jewelry, tools, packs of cigarettes, energy drinks, thousands in cash and a handgun.
The preliminary hearing for a man accused of threatening a woman who had a restraining order out against him has been delayed so his mental health can be evaluated.
Prosecutors in Williams County will not file charges in the case of a mother captured in photos and on video with her children outside without coats or shoes on a frigid January morning, but say the children are safe.
Wednesday was a pretty good day for Cindy Sanford.
Williston Public School District No. 1 is planning to hire three social workers for the 2018-19 school year.
The sound of dribbling basketballs echoing through the hallways of Williston High School is usually a sign of winter, and it usually happens in the gym.

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