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There’s a new normal for oil production in the state, and it looks to be at a million barrels a day. The information was part of the state’s monthly oil production report, which showed a 1.4 percent increase in July…
Girl Scouts will be celebrating the 2017 Bridging and Awards Banquet Saturday at the New Armory in Williston.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp still sees opportunities to get bipartisan work done at the Capitol, and she said her recent dinner with President Donald Trump cemented her decision to seek a second term.
A recent report on the housing market in Sidney showed soft demand and a record number of homes for sale, but that trend hasn’t made its way to the Williston area, according to local real estate agents.
A 25-year-old man is facing charges stemming from an October crash in McKenzie County that killed a 23-year-old woman.
A question Department of Mineral Resources Director Lynn Helms was asked recently produced a number that has been raising eyebrows around the state, including those of Gov. Doug Burgum.
Not one but two senior advisors to President Donald Trump have put the North Dakota Petroleum Council’s annual conference on their short list of things to do.
Drought loans approved
Ernie and Jason Couch will return to Williston for a concert Saturday evening at 7 p.m. at Emmanuel Free Lutheran Church.
Williston City Commissioners voted to deny Nabors Drilling Technologies request to rezone its workforce housing camp to commercial so they can turn the property into a hotel. The vote split the commission 3 to 2.
Housing, two different insurance plans, discounts at seven store locations. These were among the perks that representatives of Six Shooters, which owns Outlaws in Williston and Watford City and Meadowlark in Sidney, mentioned to prospective employees at Williston’s second of…
By Renée Jean
The location for MonDak Animal Rescue’s 19th annual Dog Jog has been moved because Saturday’s forecast calls for rain.
A wreath was placed on Wednesday afternoon at Riverview Cemetery in Williston to honor the first person to have been buried there, 130 years ago.
“Turnips? I’ve never seen a turnip.”
Jason Marmon had a question for the 300 or so Williston High School freshmen assembled in the school’s theater, and it was an awkward one.
She hopes a storefront is in her future someday, but she’s going great guns with or without it.
For dogs, Saturday’s Dog Jog in Spring Lake Park is a chance to sniff out some new friends. For dog owners, it’s a chance to spend some time outdoors with their furry charges.
A 52-year-old man is facing drug charges after police say he resisted arrest on an outstanding warrant.
A number of applications for hay transportation assistance are missing crucial information, and that has prompted the North Dakota Department of Agriculture to urge producers to take extra care on the forms before submitting them.


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