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A lot goes into building a great kid.
A man who authorities say sold heroin to undercover officers with the Northwest Narcotics Task Force was arrested this week and charged with drug trafficking.
A 41-year-old man accused of sexually abusing an underage girl is being held on $1 million bond at the Williams County jail.
If you ask the students at Wilkinson Elementary, they can name the four things their teachers expect them to be.
It wasn’t exactly a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
A couple of tiny lots near Fort Buford, along with some property in industrial zones closer to Williston, are among nearly 10 plots of land that will be up for auction next week by Williams County officials.
Board members from the city of Springbrook, along with residents, installed new playground equipment this summer at their city park. Upon the resignation of Lyle and Sheryl Morken from the City Board, the new park was dedicated to the Morkens…
A new evaluation of Williston Public School District No. 1 superintendent Michael Campbell gave him unsatisfactory scores in two categories.
City public works employees put up Williston’s Christmas tree Thursday.
Christian magician Jim Munroe entertained students at Williston State College with his magic and illusions show “THE MAZE” at the Skadland Gym on Wednesday evening.
Verna Iverson will travel in early December to visit her daughter in California.
Western Cooperative Credit Union matched over $2,700 for Williston Salvation Army when it held a friendly competition amongst employees and divvied up into teams to see which team brought in the most food to donate to the Salvation Army in…
RUB A DUB DUB. We’d hate to be a sapling this time of year. If you’ve been getting out the past few days, odds are you’ve happened upon the fast-developing rublines and the unfortunate shrubs and trees which have been…
Tuesday was a night of firsts for Stony Creek Middle School.
Williston is creating a new position that will bring its planning and zoning, building inspections and code enforcement departments together, making it a more seamless process for developers. The concept is similar to what Williams County is already using for…
Open mic night in Williston is back. The previously popular event has been resurrected by the James Memorial Art Center, which is hosting “Out Loud at the James” on Friday night.
Energy Transfer Partners, the company that built the Dakota Access Pipeline, is among three nominees for Outstanding Achievement for groups or organizations at this year’s annual Williston Basin Chapter of the American Petroleum Institute awards banquet.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol is transitioning from white to black patrol vehicles over the course of the next four to five years.
After months of dedicated study, students at Power Within Karate, located upstairs at 210 Main St. in Williston, earned their next rank as yellow belts on Tuesday. Under the guidance of Sensei Ryan Engberg, each student successfully performed their Shiho…

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