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Eastern North Dakota man dies after tree falls on him in Black Hills
The rush one feels when winning a hand in a game such as poker is often described as a feeling unlike any other. Horse racing enthusiasts may feel a similar euphoria when their horse finds its way into the winner’s…
A 38-year-old man from Billings, Montana, died Monday, July 30, when the pickup truck he was driving crashed about 16 miles from Williston.
Dear Doctor: Our granddad is 86 and wound up in the ER with extreme abdominal pain, which turned out to be gallstones. The doctors say he should have his gallbladder removed. Why? Isn’t that a big operation just to take…
A law passed this year aims to help children with dyslexia by getting schools to assess for the learning disability early.
It’s getting warmer across the MonDak, but long-range outlooks are predicting those warm temperatures will remain below their usual peak for August, with more precipitation than usual.
A 42-year-old man is facing a murder charges after a fatal hit-and-run in the 500 block of Seventh Street West the night of Monday, July 29.
A saltwater disposal well that has a hole in it and may be leaking out into pore spaces is among examples listed in a lawsuit filed by Northwest Landowners Association against the state’s new pore space bill, Senate Bill 2344.
CANNON BALL, N.D. — The northern border of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, once marked by a makeshift village of thousands protesting an oil pipeline, is now home to a solar farm.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. — North Dakota newcomer Monica Villalobos was reunited with two of her dogs at the National Buffalo Museum on Wednesday, July 24, after the animals were stolen during the family’s move to Watford City.
Changes to presidential contracts could be coming to the North Dakota University System, according to NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott.
MINOT, N.D. — Two former Trinity Hospice nurses were each sentenced to three years in prison on Friday, July 26, for stealing or diluting drugs prescribed for dying hospice patients three years ago.
MINOT, N.D. — Ralph Muecke says he’s given some quick civics lessons at the North Dakota State Fair. But once North Dakota fairgoers understand the intent behind a proposed ballot measure on voter initiatives, they pick up the pen to…
Overseas travel has risen considerably over the last two decades. According to data from the World Tourism Organization, Yearbook of Tourism Statistics and Compendium of Tourism Statistics, more than 633 million tourists traveled internationally in 1996. By 2017, that figure…
A 28-year-old man was charged Monday, July 29, with stealing eight LCD televisions from a Watford City Hotel.
In the U.S., there are almost five million people with mild to moderate dementia, and studies show that about 70 percent are at home, either alone or with a caregiver, often a spouse. If people with mild to moderate dementia…
BISMARCK — Amid a growing national debate over the merits of socialism, North Dakota Republican Gov. Doug Burgum issued a stern message.
The Williston Community Library presented their 2018 Year In Review to the City Commission, and the numbers show that more people are utilizing the library’s resources.
Automation is writing big changes in the oilfield, and that, in turn, is changing the kind of training that students need for oil and gas positions, particularly field technicians.
In the first six months of 2019, there were 84 misdemeanor marijuana possession charges filed in Williston Municipal court, more than twice as many in the same period in 2018.


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