Error message

Deprecated function: The each() function is deprecated. This message will be suppressed on further calls in menu_set_active_trail() (line 2405 of /home/flagfa5/ffm_archive/includes/

KTGO Local Headlines - RSS Results in section(s) news,news/* only for asset type(s) of article
Subscribe to KTGO Local Headlines feed
GRAND FORKS — A moose was on the loose on the University of North Dakota campus, UND Police tweeted Tuesday, Sept. 3.
American farmers and ranchers spent a little less on farm expenses in 2018 than they did in 2017, according to a new federal report.
GRENORA, N.D. — Wade and Breann Fischer likely won’t go to Bismarck on Nov. 12, the day Hunter Hanson is scheduled to be sentenced in a federal court for generating losses for claimants up to $11.2 million.
The girlfriend of a man accused of murder has been charged with hindering law enforcement after police said she helped to hide her boyfriend.
Classes ground to a halt at McVay Elementary on Tuesday morning, as fourth grade students took to the streets, going on strike until their demands were met. Those demand? More ice cream.
WINDSOR, N.D. —The Stutsman County Sheriff's Office is continuing the search Tuesday, Sept. 3, for a man described as mentally unstable in the Windsor area, according to Deputy Dan White of the sheriff's department.
DICKINSON — Losing a loved one is hard enough, but on Friday, Aug. 10, 2018, when Renee Klein lost her mother, the typical grief and pain quickly morphed into a year-long hellish nightmare.
BISMARCK — Bismarck State College officials are reviewing a highly touted partnership with an energy training academy in Saudi Arabia in the wake of lower-than-expected enrollment.
BISMARCK — North Dakota environmental regulators said Tuesday, Sept. 3, nearly 846,000 gallons of natural gas liquids and groundwater have been recovered from a 2015 gas plant spill, which initial reports suggested was much smaller.
As a local non-profit organization, the James Memorial Art Center depends on grants and donations from the public to continue operations as Williston’s only visual arts gallery. As a thank you for the community’s continued support, the organization is hosting…
There will be big changes coming to the way Williams County is managing its campgrounds, after several incidents this summer highlighted the need for enforcement of what had been largely an “on your honor” system, managed by volunteer camp hosts.
For the third year, the Williston Herald is hosting an awards celebration for the winners of our Best of the Bakken readers’ choice competition.
Williams County has made its new Human Service Zone official, and appointed its first official representative on the board that will govern it.
Over the last eight years, Williston API has put hundreds of thousands of dollars back into the local community. This week, the organization is commemorating reaching over $1 million in donations with a celebration for the public.
Formal charges of murder, a class AA felony, filed Tuesday, Sept. 3, against a 27-year-old man offer little further detail about a fatal shooting late Friday night at a Williston hotel.
A 52-year-old man was killed Monday, Sept. 2, when the tractor-trailer he was driving jackknifed and rolled.
If you’ve wandered around Williston’s downtown area, you’ve probably seen some distinctive artwork adorning a few of the shop windows and displays, maybe a uniquely colored piano resting near the theater, or perhaps an event poster or flyer hanging in…
Wet weather is raising quality concerns for wheat and pulse crops in scattered areas of the region, depending on how mature the crop was at the time, and how much rain fell.
The term “antioxidants” is frequently associated with cancer prevention. Antioxidants are helpful, but many people may not fully comprehend the role antioxidants play in fighting cancer.
September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month, but many people don’t realize just what benefits come with a card to their local library.


Contacts and Information

Business Line: 701-356-4220
Call in Live:

Email: Contact Us

Flag Family Media is an innovative radio broadcasting and on-line website company providing news, weather, information and opinion for North Dakota.