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More ice hash — a dish of extreme cold — is being served to the Williston region, whether you have any appetite for it or not.
Police have arrested a 28-year-old man after they say an employee at the Comfort Inn in Watford City saw him masturbating while watching pornography on a public computer in the hotel’s lobby.
Sports, shopping and Seuss! If you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, here's a few events to check out!
First impressions are important, especially when searching for employment.
For many people, putting together a resume can be a daunting task, especially if you've never done it before. Recognizing a need in the area, the Williston Community Library is offering a workshop for those putting together a resume for…
Williams County employees and others are taking part in a multi-day training session on using the county’s newest drone.
Enhanced completions have expanded what Oasis Petroleum considers top-level, Tier 1 inventory into a 20-year portfolio in the Williston Basin, one that is expected to generate enough free cash flow to not only retire debt, but set up its new…
Williams County Public School District No. 8 will ask voters to OK an $89 million bond to pay for two new elementary schools and a high school.
The Well at Williston State College was filled with budding young scientists on Tuesday, Feb. 26 as part of the Northwest Regional Science Fair.
An appeal that sought to quash drilling permits for a well pad that the MHA Nation says is too close to the shore of Lake Sakakawea should not have been filed in the District Court of Washington D.C., a federal…
The USDA conducted a day-long listening session on Farm Bill implementation Tuesday, but the National Farmers Union wants Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to do more than just listen. The farmer’s advocacy group wants him to do some talking. Perhaps a…
Arnegard’s two police officers have until 5 p.m. Monday, March 4, to respond to amended separation agreements the city council approved at a special meeting Monday, Feb. 25.
The Great Plains Food Bank is stopping in Williston this week to deliver fresh fruit, vegetables and shelf-stable food to those in need.
A man who threatened jurors during his closing argument was convicted Tuesday, Feb. 26, of terrorizing and violating a disorderly conduct restraining order.
Nearly all the bills that would have helped Williston Public School District No. 1 build new schools have failed, two of the area’s legislators said at a forum Saturday, Feb. 23.
Continental expects to nearly double its oil production within the next five years, and expects the Bakken to contribute between 50 to 60 percent of the total growth.
A man defending himself against accusations he threatened a woman who had a disorderly conduct restraining order out against him hardly spoke on the first day of trial, but did communicate in writing to the judge handling the case.
Long gone are the days when libraries were simply for checking out books.
A bill that would have allowed school districts to use sales tax revenues to retire debts for building projects was defeated in the House 30 to 58.
More than two years after work began at the site, Red Rock Ford will be opening the doors on its new facility on Monday morning, Feb. 25.

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