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The Best of the West Ribfest in Watford City is one of the premier events in Western North Dakota, and this year's event is bringing some big names to the Bakken.
A Bismarck man was arrested Wednesday and accused of taking $55,000 for a construction job that he never finished.
A faulty valve led to the release of 345 barrels of oil at the Scanlan 42-9 central tank battery on Monday, at an oil well site 13 miles south of Epping.
North Dakota will be getting three voices on the House-Senate Conference Committee that will work out the final version of the Farm Bill, and those three voices are a microcosm of the road ahead for the bill.
After seven weeks of construction, St. Joseph's Church has welcomed parishioners back into the sanctuary.
Ten years ago, Trevor John was dying.
Youth For Christ are making things a bit more peachy for the people of Williston.
West Nile mosquitoes continue to inundate Williams and McKenzie County traps in greater numbers than usual, and with flood waters only recently receding, the situation is likely to continue.
National representatives for Americans for Prosperity, an organization with ties to billionaire conservative businessmen Charles and David Koch, have come out swinging in public, saying that they will not support Rep. Kevin Cramer’s bid to unseat Democratic incumbent Senator Heidi…
Despite concerns about the appointment being a distraction, the Williston Public School District No. 1 board voted 5-0 Monday evening to hire a New Jersey educator who has been at the center of controversy as the district’s new assistant superintendent.
A 49-year-old man in McKenzie County is facing three felony charges after police say he broke into a home and stole a dog, cigarettes, alcohol and sunglasses.
Wheat farmers in Williams County will be looking at substantial payments from the Farm Bill's two safety net programs, ARC and PLC, according to an NDSU extension agent who specializes in farm and family resource management.
The Williston Public School District No. 1 school board backed away from removing students who live in other districts — at least for this school year.
A 48-year-old Watford City man was arrested Monday and charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver.
Northstar Center was proposed as a large, mixed-use development on U.S. Highway 2, just across the road from another proposed large, mixed-use development called Williston Crossings.
The Indian Arts Showcase returns to Fort Union Trading Post, and this year the event will feature some very special guests.
The James Memorial Art Center in Williston is teaching students about classic artists, and having fun while they do it.
Williston hosted its 21st annual Relay for Life on Friday at Williston State College. The event benefits the American Cancer Society.
McKenzie County Commissioners have dealt an $80,000 blow to efforts to open a residential treatment facility for drug and alcohol addiction, but principals of the effort say they will soldier on.


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