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Two building and trades students at Williston High School have not only earned prestige by placing first in the state SkillsUSA competition but are moving on to represent North Dakota next month in the national competition next month.
The North Dakota Senate refused this week to concur on a heavily amended Oil Patch funding bill returned to them from the House. That will put Senate Bill 2013 into a House and Senate conference committee that is sure to…
Spring cleaning events have been set throughout the month to pair with Earth Day on April 22, in an effort to keep Williston clean and enjoyable.
Sage grouse have nearly disappeared from the North Dakota landscape, and several agencies completed the first leg of an operation to save the birds from joining the endangered species list.
SIDNEY — The largest gatherer and processor in the Bakken played host Wednesday to a fresh round of the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture’s Leadership class for a deeper dive into the energy sector that has made their…
North Dakota can’t stay away from its million barrel mark, even as the price of oil continues to hover around the bare minimum $50 companies have said they need to keep going.
Before the light broke over the horizon on Wednesday, private land biologist Todd Buckley patiently listened for any tell-tale sign that he wasn’t alone.
A court document that said a former McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office lieutenant plans to plead guilty to criminal charges was filed in error, according to court officials, and should instead have noted that there is an upcoming agreement expected in…
The mud flap bill Sen. Brad Bekkedahl, R-Williston, introduced in this biennium’s legislative session was one of 10 bills he helped bring to the Senate floor for consideration, and it was a popular bill, at least with constituents.
A little more than five months into his tenure as city administrator, David Tuan thinks Williston has come a long way and has more progress coming in the near future.
A former McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office lieutenant has agreed to plead guilty to lying to state investigators.
After dismal paddlefish roe sales, North Star Caviar announced Wednesday that its fish cleaning plant will halt operation this year — a first in its 25-year operation.
Editor’s note: A wide variety of businesses and organizations come together each year for agriculture, and a good many of them are represented each year in the MonDak Ag Days & Trade Show. We visited with a few of the…
Almost half of the nation’s military force serves in an on-call capacity in the Army National Guard and Reserve, a unique arrangement that requires the active support of those individuals’ employers if and when they are called to duty.
Fifty-two students at Williston Middle School are failing to some degree, and Principal Duane Noeske got approval Monday to address the problem.
A Williston man is showing signs of progress in a Minnesota burn unit, where he underwent surgery Tuesday morning after suffering serious injuries in an explosion over the weekend.
The first mobile distribution of perishable food in Williston drew more than 200, according to the Great Plains Food Bank.
SIDNEY — Beth Eiring, quarantine and nursery specialist for the Montana Department of Agriculture, is among those on the front lines of the fight for bee health in Montana, a state which typically ranks in the top five in the…
Three ordinances were brought before the Williston City Commission on Tuesday for second readings but only one was approved.
Capt. David Peterson will replace James Lokken as chief of the Williston Police Department, effective April 20, when Lokken will leave his post of eight years.


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