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The challenges lawmakers will face during the 2019-21 biennium are daunting, but optimism nonetheless ruled the legislature’s first day, setting the tone for a potentially productive session.
A two-pronged proposal to build and renovate schools in Williston Public School District No. 1 appeared to fall just short Tuesday, with 58.7 percent OK’ing a $60 million bond issue and 57.5 percent approving an increase in the district’s building…
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual meeting on Tuesday, sharing their successes of the past year and looking ahead to 2019.
The vote on a plan to ease overcrowding in Williston Public School District No. 1 was too close to call Tuesday night, according to district officials.
A 39-year-old man was arrested Monday after an hours-long standoff with police south of Alexander.
A memorial honoring area veterans is raising funds for construction, and helping out is as easy as buying a drink and doing some dancing.
A local group, led by Marquis Metal Works and US Energy have formed Boomtown Alliance, which aims to link Odessa, Texas in the Permian Basin with Williston in the Bakken.
The attorneys for a man accused of continuous sexual abuse of a child claims that the Williams County State’s Attorney’s Office listened to recordings of phone calls between lawyers and their client as they discussed trial preparation.
Oil prices have improved. Many ag prices, however, have not. Trade uncertainties and tariffs are still weighing on the agriculture sector, even as it enters a sixth straight year of low prices.
Friends, family and community members are coming together for a benefit to help a local man as he battles Kidney Disease.
Two men are facing felony drug charges in McKenzie County after separate traffic stops on U.S. Highway 85 early Monday morning.
Farmers affected by recent retaliatory tariffs who didn’t certify their 2018 production by last Friday won’t be getting their trade aid until Congress and the White House are able to come to some sort of agreement on a new budget.
Two local organizations were the recipients of grants awarded by Farm Credit Services of North Dakota.
Residents of Williston Public School District No. 1 will go to the polls Tuesday to vote on two proposals to pay for new schools. Here are answers to some common questions about the plan and why the district’s school board…
The Williston Volunteer Fire Department's new training facility has been a long time coming, and department leaders say it will be a great asset to the city, community and surrounding area.
Members of the Williston Public School District No. 1 board made one last pitch Thursday evening for a plan to fund new schools.
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce is preparing to recognize some outstanding members of the community with its largest event of the year.
Cold weather contributed to a brine spill at a well site 10 miles southeast of Epping, according to a spokesperson with Whiting Oil and Gas.
The Williston Herald has announced that it’s taking nominations for awards highlighting the best and brightest in western North Dakota.
A door has been opened wide for a new crop in the MonDak now that the Farm Bill has removed industrial hemp from the list of controlled substances. However, with a sixth straight year of low prices, some fear growers…


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