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The school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 unveiled on Monday four options for dealing with overcrowding ranging in cost from $37.5 million to $68 million.
A man has been charged with sending explicit photos of himself to two teenage girls using the photo-sharing app Snapchat.
It has become nearly impossible these days to turn on a television without running into one or another partisan screaming match.
The Williston Downtowners Association's Main Street Market is closing up after another successful season.
As Director of Economic Development, it's Shawn Wenko's job to sell potential developers and business owners on the benefits of setting up shop in Williston. Now, he's found a new way to connect those individuals with the people who have…
Strange footsteps. Mysterious shadows. A piano that plays by itself. What spirits lurk in the James Memorial Library? A group from Minot is trying to find some answers.
A public meeting Monday at Lewis and Clark Elementary will be the first of three times in October the school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 will present possible options for new schools.
It’s for the future.
With colder temps on the horizon, one organization is making sure kids in the area are adequately prepared.
Are you a fan of pop culture? Do you love to make art and have a desire to share your creations with the world? If so, The James Memorial Art Center is looking for you.
The McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office has accused a man originally arrested for driving with a suspended license of using a false name and identity.
Williston State College's Ag Club hosted its first-ever Goat Yoga event Thursday.
In a recent WalletHub survey, North Dakota was the nation’s fourth happiest state. Maybe it’s because of what’s in North Dakotans’ wallets.
A video caught Goran Misic’s eye as he wandered the booths at the Bakken Oil Products and Service Show, a video of something that the Basin Safety controller had never seen before.
The Sunrise City become a little less bright this week. Arch Ellwein, the voice of the Sidney Eagles and District 2-C sports, passed away late Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning. He was 62 years old.
Get ready for ghosts, goblins and good times!
A 56-year-old Williston woman is accused of stealing about $1.5 million from her employer between 2009 and 2017.
A surveyor is drawing up a new map for the Muddy Valley Subdivision, to match pins that were incorrectly placed to mark some of its boundaries.
Mountrail-Williams Electric Cooperative is showing its new building to the public this week.


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