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The Division of Oil and Gas is just beginning to accept the new forms that will allow oil and gas companies that ship Bakken crude by pipeline to use their compliance with shipping contracts as proof they are maintaining correct…
WSC 2019 welding raffle
MEDINA — When August Heupel learned about an effort to send some hay to Nebraska ranchers who are dealing with the aftermath of historic flooding, he didn’t hesitate to donate to the cause.
Members of the internationally renowned Team Rubicon will be among entities covering on the Fairview-Cartwright area this weekend to help flood-affected families.
1. In the vernacular of the West, pure quill means “authentic, real, through and through.” And that is exactly what the Pure Quill exhibition by Barbara Van Cleve on display at the MonDak Heritage Center from February 5 through April…
Marketplace For Kids is a grand event that enters its 19th year in Williston on Friday, being hosted on the grounds of Williston State College and the Williston Area Recreation Center.
Indisputably, the City of Williston is growing. It is suggested that the next census will put Williston’s population over 30,000 people, with more workers and families moving to the area all the time. And with a population that large, many…
A recent alcohol compliance check by the Williston Police Department resulted in 25 percent of the businesses involved failing, with five of those receiving second offenses.
The school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 is hoping for help from the community as it tries to find a way to deal with increasing overcrowding without building new schools for now.
Spring storm likely to spare Williston
BISMARCK — North Dakota House lawmakers are aiming to reduce proposed raises for two statewide elected officials who were poised to get larger pay bumps than average state workers.
BISMARCK — The report of death for Olivia Lone Bear is not a public record because it is part of an active investigation, North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem wrote in an opinion issued Friday.
Sunburn can be a painful, unsightly consequence of too much unprotected time spent in the sun. But sunburn is more than just a temporary nuisance. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, sunburn can cause long-lasting damage to the skin and…
Whether you are craving a coffee or need some new Teton gear, the Williston State College bookstore, Andrea’s, has it all!
Medical marijuana dispensary for Dickinson named
BISMARCK — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum vetoed what he called a "fundamentally flawed" bill stemming from a court fight he had with the Legislature Wednesday, April 10, furthering a dispute over the powers granted to each government branch.
BISMARCK — North Dakota House lawmakers retreated on a proposal allowing authorities to view medical marijuana patients' records in order to cross-check their eligibility for concealed weapons licenses Wednesday, April 10.
Started in 2009, Teton Athletics’ annual dinner and fundraising auction event, Casino Night, hit its 11-year mark on Saturday, March 30, 2019 and in record-breaking style.
After deliberating for about 20 minutes, a jury found a man guilty of threatening the Williams County State’s Attorney as a way to get her to drop criminal charges he was facing.
The Small Business Administration, with the help of some local organizations, is putting on a workshop for veterans in the area looking to open their own business.


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