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Williston’s unemployment averages are showing a declining trend over the past three months, one of several indicators that activity in the Oil Patch is kicking up another notch, positioning the area for a strong year.
A man from Noonan who was accused of inappropriately touching a young girl in 2014 was found not guilty of a rape charge by a jury last week.
A McKenzie County woman who was accused of hitting her four children with a number of different objects last year has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge, and was given a suspended sentence of about a year in jail.
An authorization for after hours work on the Main Street reconstruction project is among the items on tonight’s Williston City Commission meeting set for 6 p.m. at the City Hall.
A series of public meetings this week are set to hear from residents about a proposed new elementary school for Williston Public School District 1.
Police: Mother allowed baby’s exposure to drugs
For more than 20 years, each spring Williston police officers have been dispensing advice on safe bicycle riding to kids at the city’s annual Bike Rodeo.
Williston’s first-ever human resources director is settling into her new role in City Hall, where she is bringing years of experience to a job that was created in response to a civil workforce that has doubled over the past five…
The shovels were somewhat oversized, but that didn’t stop fourth-graders Eleanor Stenberg, Allina Rodriguez and Sofia Watterud from pitching in.
Lemonade is something that refreshes. That is something we all know. But Lemonade Day in Williston is doubly refreshing. Not only because the drink itself will be served on every street corner, and because it will bring families together for…
WATFORD CITY — A pipeline project from Arrow Field Services, a Crestwood subsidiary, drew a little public fire during a hearing on Friday before the Public Service Commission.
High numbers of feral cats seem to have found homes in Williston’s trailer parks, living underneath mobile homes, in abandoned buildings and other outdoor areas.
The memory of Darren Linde and Tyler Orgaard remains strong for the service members of the 818th Engineer Company, based out of Williston. The two were killed in Afghanistan Dec. 3, 2012, while working to clear routes of improvised explosive…
The former head of CHI St. Alexius Health Williston is moving into a larger executive role with the health network.
A McKenzie County tobacco store owner who is facing charges for selling products allegedly containing an illegal substance derived from marijuana says he did not know that he could be violating the law, and contends that ingredients in his merchandise…
Wednesday was all about the red, white and blue, but in a different configuration than usual.
Inventive minds of the region have a shot at a $5,000 prize this August, intended to help with patent fees and other costs related to making their ideas reality. The prize is part of a new event, the Tioga Innovation…
About halfway through their time in the Bakken Elementary library, Christian Cevaloos and Gracie Gonzales were getting the hang of programming their robot.
It may seem that every corner of Williston is already under construction, but yet another area is about to begin, this time on Main Street itself. It will be a bit of deja vu, mirroring work that occurred last year,…
Oil was slow and Williston was slow when Patrick Murphy came to town in 1987 to re-open a closed GM-Pontiac dealership.

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