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A bill that passed the House last week would change the procedure school districts can use to dissolve. One of the effects is it would allow the board of Williston Public School District No. 1 to vote to dissolve and…
With the government shutdown over, the USDA is moving forward on implementation of the 2019 Farm Bill, starting with “listening sessions” to gather input from the public.
The Livestock Indemnity Program can help producers recover the cost of cattle lost due to adverse weather, diseases and predator attacks, but producers must record the deaths in their cow herds to take advantage of the program.
In Bowman County, Denbury Onshore has reported the release of about 75 barrels of source water, which affected nearby Kid Creek, from a pipeline about 10 miles south of Marmarth on Feb. 7. Source water is groundwater that is used…
A bill that will reorganize the delivery of social services into regions or zones has passed the Senate on a near-unanimous vote.
ARNEGARD — The Arnegard personnel committee voted 3-0 Friday afternoon, Feb. 15, to ask the city council to decide whether to move forward with separation agreements for the city’s two police officers.
Cold weather will be putting a whammy on monthly oil production, but December numbers don’t reflect that reality just yet. The state posted yet another record month of oil production for December, topping 1.401 million barrels per day in production.…
A woman accused of violating a no-alcohol order is facing two felony charges after police say she resisted arrest and bit a police officer.
Just because the weather outside is frightful, doesn't mean you can't be doing something delightful. There are several things to take part in this weekend that let you stay out of the cold.
As the Williston area continues to expand, more and more people are looking to relocate to the region. With a little help from the Williston Economic Development office, seeing what the community has to offer is getting a little bit…
Alva Field came to Williston in the early 20th century. He died in 1933, and his wife, Maude Field, established a trust in his honor before her death in 1959. The trust didn’t include any money at the time, just…
A bill that would allow school districts to use sales tax revenues to retire debts for building projects has been passed out of committee 11 to 3. House Bill 1437 is expected to be on the House floor for a…
A 23-year-old woman is accused of puncturing a man’s lung when she stabbed him after an argument, then giving police a fake name when she was arrested.
He discovered a love of plants at an unexpected summer internship for Monsanto, working among tall corn. Then, after graduation, a two-year stint in Zambia brought Lucas Holmes another interest. Teaching what he knows to others.
The Williston Community Library is taking their STEAM workshops a step into the future with some fun new gadgets.
Multiple projects around the Williston area are receiving a boost in funding thanks to the Williston STAR fund.
A jury deliberated for nearly four hours Thursday, Feb. 14, before convicting a man of continuous sexual abuse of a child, a class AA felony.
The jury has started deliberations in the case of a man accused of repeatedly raping a 12-year-old girl.
One man is accused of heroin possession and another of illegally having a gun after a traffic stop by Williston police Tuesday, Feb. 12.
A man already serving a 47-day sentence for violating a protection order was convicted Wednesday, Feb. 13, of three class C felony counts of the same charge.

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