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Hunger doesn’t ever seem to go away, and for organizations like the Salvation Army, which feeds hundreds every month, there is an unceasing need for more.
The Chemical Dependency Bureau of DPHHS is excited to work alongside the lnteragency Coordinating Council (ICC) for State Prevention Programs in announcing the most recent interagency collaboration for prevention in Montana; the procurement and upcoming arrival of 100,000 Deterra medication…
The MonDak Heritage Center announces the Williston Area Visual Artists Art Show, on display from Oct. 3 through Nov. 4 at the MonDak Heritage Center.
Enrollment at Williston State College has hit a record for the fourth straight semester, primarily because of the expanding scholarship programs the school offers.
There are a lot of service organizations in Williston, but Ken Callahan, a member of Rotary, realized that they didn’t always work together, especially on service projects.
A Williston man suffered serious injuries after being thrown from the all-terrain vehicle he was riding on a Williams County Road.
One of the things that has given the Permian a lot of buzz in the oil and gas industry is the fact that it has multiple layers that can produce oil. These layers are called “benches” in the industry, and…
It’s a different kind of walk — a catwalk.
A Williston man suffered serious injuries after being thrown from the all-terrain vehicle he was riding on a Williams County Road.
Wine and art lovers in the Williams County area have a night of drink and merriment to anticipate this week in Downtown Williston.
Local nonprofit theater group Entertainment Inc! now has season tickets available for the 2017-2018 season.
North Dakota’s vapor pressure standards have posed new challenges to the oil and gas industry, and a number of inventors have been working on solutions.
A Williston man was injured Monday when he was thrown from the all-terrain vehicle he was riding on a Williams County road.
Sales taxes don’t represent the total economic picture, but are a good indicator since they track the physical movement of goods and services. North Dakota figures for the second quarter show that Williston’s economy has turned a corner — a…
One phrase kept popping up again and again at the inauguration of John Miller as the president of Williston State College on Friday.
Laurie B. Furuseth of Williston has been named as a board member for Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota.
A hearing where a woman was expected to plead guilty to exploiting a vulnerable adult was postponed Friday after her lawyer said he hadn’t yet received new evidence from police.
Eckert Youth Homes received a $3,551.51 donation from The Iron Brotherhood Motorcycle Club, Badlands Chapter, on Aug. 31. The money was raised as part of The Iron Brotherhood Motorcycle Club’s second annual motorcycle charity ride to benefit Eckert Youth Homes.…
Police say a Williston woman illegally had nine guns, as well as methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and thousands of rounds of ammunition.


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