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Math scores have increased 43 percent at Williston Trinity Christian School, but the students have been improving unknowingly.
Tipis and tents still stand against a frigid North Dakota winter in the Oceti Sakowin camp along the banks of the Cannonball River. The occupants in what is the largest Dakota Access protest camp have withstood blizzards and extreme temperatures,…
A man arrested Monday in Williston is suspected of having spread HIV to at least one other person, police say.
As snow continues to pile up in Williston, the city’s fire chief is asking property and business owners to make sure that drifts and snowpiles aren’t covering hydrants.
Target Logistics and Lodging Solutions will be trying on a new hat following the city commission’s unanimous decision to rezone the property on Tuesday, allowing them to pursue plans of joining ranks with area hoteliers.
The resignation of Bakken Elementary Principal Jeannette LaFleur caused a stir, but Williston Public School District 1 responded quickly, appointing Wilkinson Elementary Principal Jeremy Mehlhoff to the position following winter break.
A McKenzie County judge has rejected a plea deal for a woman accused of taking all of her mentally impaired uncle’s assets.
A man who was arrested last month on drug charges allegedly smuggled methamphetamine into jail in Williston and kept it hidden in a deodorant container, authorities say.
It might be up to your knees out there, but a certain dryness to all the snow means there’s not as much stuff as you might expect.
Local legislators agree with the aim of a resolution that would put the elimination of the state Treasurer’s Office on the 2018 ballot, but are skeptical about how effective it would be.
U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp today launched a new online portal where North Dakotans can offer their questions and comments on President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet nominees.
Four men were injured in two separate crashes in Williams and McKenzie counties over the past several days, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
The Williston Public School District 1 Board lamented Monday night over voting to accept school board member Dr. Brett Vibeto’s resignation from the board.
BAINVILLE, Mont. — Few bleacher seats remained open at Bainville High School, where crowds cheered on the boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams — though on this Friday night they had more to root for.
A bill that would broaden the number of people required to undergo criminal background checks when applying for a child care license passed the state Senate unanimously Friday and is headed to the House of Representatives for consideration.
A cast of 100 will gather in Williston next week in attempt to single out a cold-blooded killer who has shaken up the clientele of a rough-around-the-edges speakeasy by murdering one of its regulars.
A trial for a man accused of murder in a deadly double shooting in Williston has been delayed until the spring.
The snow that’s already on the ground is going to get some company early next week, but probably not much.
North Star Caviar has found itself in uncertain waters after low sales halted promise of their community grants this year, which has supplied over $2 million for the past two decades.


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