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A 44-year-old man was a mix of contrite and defiant during a combined sentencing and change-of-plea hearing where he admitted to repeatedly violating a domestic violence protective order.
A judge sentenced a woman Wednesday, March 27, to five years in prison for charges related to a fatal overdose in Tioga in November.
Burgum declares statewide flood emergency
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Senate defeated a bill this week sponsored by several Bismarck lawmakers that would have required counties to consult with legislators before changing polling places or precinct boundaries.
Burgum declares winter storm emergency for 11 counties, Standing Rock tribe
BISMARCK — North Dakota senators are poised to consider an abortion method ban that's already facing court scrutiny elsewhere.
BISMARCK — North Dakota's Senate will soon vote on civil asset forfeiture reform.
Williston State College’s Shali Sheridan and Anthony Campbell have been named to the 2019 All-North Dakota Academic Team, which recognizes the academic achievements and distinguished leadership of community college students.
Diabetes and its precursor is a major problem, both in the United States and across the globe. In 2015, a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed that nearly 50 percent of adults living in the…
As of March 13, the TrainND Northwest Summer 2019 Catalog is now available online. Print catalogs will be available in April at the TrainND location at 415 22nd Ave NE.
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Three properties, including the former Law Enforcement Center, were declared dangerous by the Williston City Commission.
FAIRVIEW, Mont. — More than 100 people have been displaced by flooding on the Yellowstone River, Gov. Doug Burgum heard Wednesday, March 27.
Williams County announces road closures Wednesday, March 27, because of flooding.
The Williston API has been donating to organizations and causes in the area for over 30 years, and this summer they are reaching a major milestone for the organization.
Schools in Williston Public School District No. 1 are overcrowded, and the problem doesn’t look to be going away.
North Dakota House members killed a bill Monday, March 25, for a revolving loan fund aimed as supplementary to "Operation Prairie Dog" for infrastructure projects.
Job fair in Watford City
Reform of civil asset forfeiture in North Dakota has found some common ground on its Senate path.
BISMARCK - A bill approved Monday, March 25, in the North Dakota House aims to prevent people from tampering with pipelines and other energy infrastructure, but opponents argue it will stifle free speech.

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