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BISMARCK — The 2002 legal challenge to the Northwest Area Water Supply project has likely come to an end, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said Friday, May 3.
Many people dream of owning their own businesses, while some business owners find that necessity is the mother of invention when it comes to their careers. In a volatile economy, sometimes it’s best to create a job when finding one…
A 23-year-old man who police say shot someone 13 times on Friday afternoon, May 3, in front of Outlaws Bar and Grill is facing a charge of attempted murder.
The Williston Police Department is asking residents near the intersection of 23rd Street West and 16h Avenue to shelter in place after a shooting in the area.
The end of the year tends to be a time to reflect on the previous 12 months. Many people are inspired to find a new career at the dawn of a new year. Some might find it possible to turn…
Williston Economic Development is hosting numerous events between May 6 and May 10 to celebrate Economic Development Week.
Rickard Elementary students celebrated the end of Reading Month with a fun-filled assembly and awards ceremony.
Gender equality in the professional arena has come a long way in the 21st century. But while great strides have been made over the last two decades, women still face challenges unique to females as they look to establish themselves…
Each year, the start of May sees hundreds of people congregate near the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers as they try to snag a paddlefish, one of the largest freshwater fish in the world.
In conjunction with National Small Business Week, which is May 5-11, USPS will host a series of small business conferences at Post Offices in North Dakota starting Monday, May 6.
With the arrest of a married couple on class A felony child abuse charges following the death of their 1-month-old infant on Friday, April 26, people have asked whether North Dakota has what’s commonly known as a “safe haven” law.
Brent Marvin has joined the AE2S Williston office as a Senior Instrumentation and Controls Specialist.
The afternoon at Rickard Elementary started off fun and light-hearted, with an assembly to honor students’ reading achievement; but the school day ended with a Code Red lockdown, forcing students, teachers and visitors into classrooms and out of sight.
GRAND FORKS -- As University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy prepares to become the next president of the University of Colorado system, officials in North Dakota now begin the process to replace him.
BISMARCK — Gov. Doug Burgum sought to refill the state's emergency fund to its highest ever, but North Dakota lawmakers went a different route.
GRAFTON, N.D. — A 65-year-old Walsh County man could spend the rest of his life in prison after prosecutors say he shot and killed his daughter during an argument at his home in Adams, although the man said in an…
BISMARCK — Gov. Doug Burgum and Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford tiptoed around their intentions to run for reelection in 2020 when asked Thursday, May 2, by The Bismarck Tribune editorial board.
Get ready for high flying action, death-defying stunts, lions, tigers, bears and...giant robots? This year's Williston Shrine Circus is more than meets the eye.
If asked to offered their unfiltered reactions to the word “ozone,” many people might not hesitate to say, “It’s bad.” But ozone is more complex than that and can actually be good.
The Williston Police Department is asking residents to shelter in place near the Williston Community Library.

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