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By Nick Simonson She came into the north end of the field with that certain nervousness, her grey coat shivering off the dew around her hips and white-knobbed knees while she warily glanced back into the creek bottom stand of…
GO FOR THE GOLD. It was a gorgeous day yesterday, whether on the water or on the hunt, and with autumn colors taking hold across the upper Midwest, today will be another great one to get out there and see…
The students at Lewis and Clark Elementary had a lot of expectations about Wednesday’s Color Fun Run, but there was one thing they didn’t expect — the return of longtime physical education teacher Tammy Lyson.
Usually, the gifts at a birthday party go to the birthday boy or girl, but here’s a birthday party in Williston that will be a bit different.
A man who police say fired a gun inside a Williston nursing home two years ago has been sentenced to serve about two years in prison.
Front Street and 32nd Avenue West intersection will be closed for construction Friday. Vehicles using Front Street must use the 11th Street detour. Vehicles using Second Street to exit the city will turn north at Magrum Motors to get to…
The body of a 51-year-old woman from Tolley was found Tuesday afternoon at Northgate Dam Recreational Area, according to the Burke County Sheriff’s Office.
Williston firefighters are collecting money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Williston Trinity Christian School’s annual fall banquet is serving a twofold purpose this year — to raise money for operation costs, and to celebrate a quarter of a century in existence.
By Nick Simonson While most North Dakotans are more familiar with prairie birds like pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge, options exist to pursue ruffed grouse in the state’s forested areas, like the Pembina Hills or Turtle Mountains in the…
NDG&F Press Release Motorists are reminded to watch for deer along roadways this time of year because juvenile animals are dispersing from their home ranges. October through early December is the peak period for deer-vehicle accidents. Motorists are advised to…
YOU’RE NUTS! This little red squirrel was surprised anyone was out walking the grouse trails in recent rains, as it too sought shelter under the pine canopy from the constant precipitation. We get a bit squirrelly in today’s Three Things…
A new postal facility is now open for business in Watford City, with 3,000 post office boxes, 16 sections of parcel lockers and two service windows in a 9,000-square-foot building.
Every spring and fall, volunteers gather to divide and conquer an unsightly problem — litter along roadsides and park-sides in Williston.
Recovery from any sort of issue can be a lonely journey, especially if it is accompanied by fear that past decisions may lead to judgement by others.
A new, 21-mile natural gas pipeline will not just deliver a reliable energy source to a manufacturing plant in Gwinner, but also give a boost to future economic development potential for a rural community.
Local authorities are searching for a 16-year-old Colorado girl who police believe flew to North Dakota with her boyfriend last week.
Williston Public School District No. 1 will investigate claims of race- and sex-based harassment against a student by other students.
There is no support for capping the number of beverage kiosks at this point, according to a Williston City Commissioner, and the ad hoc committee working on the matter is now looking at ways to make the ordinances more user…
NDG&F Press Release North Dakota pheasant hunters are reminded the season opens Oct. 7 and continues through Jan. 7, 2018. In past years, the season typically opened the second Saturday in October. However, the 2017 state legislature passed a law…

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