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By Nick Simonson Leading up to this weekend’s North Dakota Pheasant Opener, targeting classic areas will be key to bagging birds and producing a memorable hunt. The winding creek bottoms common throughout the state provide repeated and alternating pinch points…
ALL CHOKED UP! We’re that excited for Pheasant Opener! Just five days until North Dakota’s pheasant season kicks off on Sat. Oct. 7. Here’s hoping you’re getting your gear together, your dog’s final exercises in and your shot in order,…
PLEASANT SUNDAY SURPRISE! So much for yesterday’s one-day forecast! Temps will be higher than expected today, but not too hot, and rain chances slim down some as well. Take advantage of these better conditions on the final day of Youth…
By Nick Simonson In wrapping up a ruffed grouse trip in Northeastern Minnesota, I walked an old familiar trail in the woods north of Virginia. Known more to me for the scenery and less for the number of birds I…
GUSTS & MUSTS. While it will be a windy day, for hundreds of youth it will be a must-hunt day, as ND’s Youth Pheasant weekend kicks off. While conditions won’t be ideal, there are still a lot of great opportunities…
Rev. Michael Paul hadn’t arrived at work Wednesday morning when he got a call from a worried church member.
There was a retirement party Friday for Williston Community Library Director Debbie Slais, but she’s not going anywhere yet.
Rain cut across a swath of land stretching from the central High Plains into the eastern Dakotas, helping alleviate dryness in an area that includes North Dakota. The rain fell across a strip in the High Plains that included western…
George and Brenda Owen are in a position many business owners think they’d envy — being so busy that they’ve had to hire more staff.
Williston High School has announced its Homecoming Court top five.
Rev. Michael Paul hadn’t yet arrived at work on Wednesday morning when he got a call from a worried church member.
By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. As thousands of hunters fan out across North Dakota this fall to pursue waterfowl, pheasants and other game, I’d like to send a message along. First, let’s all respect the fact that most North Dakota…
CHICKEN? CHANTERELLE? COULDN’T TELL! By no means experts on fungi or foraging, when we see something on the ground that’s bright orange, we leave it be! We talk about what orange in the outdoors means in today’s Three Things, and…
Officials with Job Service North Dakota said a fraudulently created employer account has primarily affected job seekers in the Bismarck and Grand Forks region. It has not affected the Williston or Dickinson offices.
Nearly 80 women found themselves confessing recent failures to strangers Thursday morning.
A bid for the city’s new airport has been protested by the second low bidder and a subcontractor, who say that federal requirements for registered “disadvantaged business enterprises” were not met.
Lynelle Johnson, food service director for Williston Public School District No. 1, wants school meals to be educational as well as nutritious.
A clergyman who’s served in Williston for more than two years became a U.S. citizen earlier this month.
The company behind the Dakota Access pipeline, which drew protest during its construction last year, has given North Dakota $15 million to pay for part of the costs of law enforcement at those protests, the governor’s office announced Thursday.
NDG&F Press Release Out-of-state hunters are reminded that state law does not allow nonresidents to hunt on North Dakota Game and Fish Department owned or managed lands during the first week of pheasant season. Private Land Open to Sportsmen acreage…

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