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The Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau is a firm believer that customer service and kindness can go a long way in a small community like Williston, so every month they want to honor those shining stars in the hospitality industry…
Farmers of Williams County who planted a non-specialty crop on the USDA’s list in 2019 are eligible for $17 an acre in trade aid, up to 2018 planted and prevented planted acres.
Kids big and small appeared in droves at the Williston Community Library to celebrate the end of the Summer Reading program.
Grand Forks man pleads guilty to owning child pornography
DEVILS LAKE — A Devils Lake police officer was arrested for driving under the influence after crashing his personal vehicle on Thursday, July 25.
GRAND FORKS — Although the events revenue alone does not cover its budget, Grand Forks city officials say the football- and event-hosting Alerus Center is financially healthy, with an improving fiscal position.
JAMESTOWN — Physically, sculptor Elmer Petersen and his crew built the World’s Largest Buffalo 60 years ago this summer. What they also created is a symbol that became synonymous with Jamestown, according to Serle Swedlund, executive director of Jamestown Tourism.
MINOT — Kids play with big blue blocks in the Lunar Playground or maneuver a robot around lunar rocks. They’re not on the moon, but at the Lunar Landing Station in the KidSpace building at the North Dakota State Fair.
NORTH DAKOTA BADLANDS — Biology professor Michael Kjelland’s involvement in the discovery of a triceratops skull has put him, Mayville State University, his excavation partner and North Dakota’s Badlands in a national spotlight.
WILLISTON — Oil and gas practices that were common decades ago in the Williston Basin left behind a salty legacy that still poses problems for groundwater and is the focus of ongoing research by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Several business projects in Williston are getting a boost, thanks to the Williston Economic Development Office and the City Commission.
KLJ, an engineering firm, has announced that Rooney Villegas has joined the Williston office.
Youth Education On Stage recognized past members this week, honoring their continued work in the profession of theater, music and dance.
FARGO — An Emerging Digital Academy is being created with $200,000 in federal funding to help North Dakotans learn the skills needed to thrive in a technology-driven economy.
Kubota Tractor Corporation has honored Acme Tools, located in Williston, with Kubota’s Elite Award of Excellence, the company’s most prestigious dealership certification and designation. The certification program was created by Kubota’s senior leadership team in conjunction with its National Dealer…
It’s a nightmare scenario for everyone involved — a call to 911 that gets disconnected before the caller can say anything.
The resignation of the Williston Vector Control Director Fran Bosch came on the heels of an allegation of sexual harassment, according to Williams County records.
Add another 200 million cubic feet per day to the new gas processing capacity scheduled to come online in the next 12 to 18 months for North Dakota’s natural gas.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., introduced a bill that would ensure legal marijuana businesses can access banking services.
North Dakota’s lawsuit against a major opioid manufacturer was closed this week, despite efforts to reverse a ruling for dismissal issued in May. Nearly every state is attempting to sue opioid producers, but this is the first full dismissal of…


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