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Free for the whole family Friday, Aug. 16, Entertainment Inc! presents Shakespeare in the Park at the Virgil Syverson Amphitheater in Harmon Park.
The clock is ticking down, with less than 60 days before the lights go off at Sloulin Field and Williston Basin International Airport commences operations. With delays from weather and shortage of materials, how are things coming at the new…
Williston student Katherine Erickson, spent a week in Washington, D.C. for the Junior National Young Leaders Conference at the end of July, and the Williston Herald caught up with her to find out what she learned.
BISMARCK — North Dakota health officials on Wednesday, Aug. 14, approved proposed rules on cottage foods for public comment amid an ongoing dispute over what foods state law allows.
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers said Thursday, Aug. 15, they’ll seek the public’s help to determine how to use money generated by the state’s $6.2 billion oil tax piggy bank.
NEAR KULM — Xcel Energy invited government officials, construction partners and local landowners to celebrate the Foxtail Wind Project on Wednesday, Aug. 14, in Dickey County, 10 miles south of Kulm.
Williston Public School District 1 is holding a “Back to School Bash” on Saturday, Aug. 17 at Williston Middle School.
FARGO — One of two men accused of killing a Fargo food truck operator in June entered “not guilty” pleas on Wednesday, Aug. 14, to charges of murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
BISMARCK — The group pushing to build a presidential library to honor Theodore Roosevelt in western North Dakota will see new leadership as it begins a major fundraising effort.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Highway Patrol is launching drone technology with the help of legislative funding and federal permission to fly unmanned aircraft systems over people.
The PDQ Bar in Arnegard caught fire late Wednesday night. Meanwhile, there were two police chases — one originating from Stanley — in Williston earlier in the afternoon.
There will be several new items at this year’s annual Bedding Fair, sponsored by the Hospital Auxiliary.
Checks totaling $237,237 have gone out in the mail to 17 families whose homes were damaged or destroyed by floods in the Fairview-Cartwright area this spring.
A 20-year-old man accused of sexual contact with a 13-year-old girl when he was 18 or 19 will not have to spend any more time in jail under the terms of a plea deal accepted Wednesday morning in the Northwest…
The Williston City Commission approved several STAR Fund grants at their latest meeting, one of which will help put Williston on the international map for beef exports.
Not just one petrochemical company, but three are interested in North Dakota’s gas, according to the state’s top oil and gas regulator, Lynn Helms.
STEPHEN, Minn. — It’s a soggy July weekday morning — the good-looking crops don’t need more moisture — and the afternoon is destined to turn hot and humid. Evan Grandstrand, thoughts of crops and rain running through his head, gets…
The James Memorial Art Center hosted their annual Art Splash on Wednesday, Aug. 14, sharing the work of famous artists with local children.
MINOT, N.D. — A tobacco-free day at the North Dakota State Fair isn’t feasible, the Fair Board recently decided.
In the coming weeks, drivers may want to plan ahead, as work along Williston streets may delay some traffic.


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