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Got a garden full of produce? Do you can your own jams, jellies or veggies? Want to get involved with the farmers market but aren’t sure how? The Williston Downtowners Association is offering a crash course in what you need…
During the first half of calendar year 2019, North Dakota’s commercial service airports provided a total of 580,343 passenger boardings. This is a growth of 53,240 passengers or a 10% increase from this same time period in 2018.
The Great Plains Food Bank has named Melissa Sobolik as its new president, which took effect July 1.
BISMARCK — A tribal college president, a fire department chief and the former mayor of a North Dakota oil boom town are among 12 candidates favored for the state's new ethics commission.
BISMARCK — North Dakota Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer maintained Monday, July 15, that President Donald Trump is not racist after the president said four minority congresswomen should "go back" to the countries from which they came.
3 dead, child injured in head-on fiery collision near Minot
NEW ROCKFORD, N.D. — Hawkes Homestead Animal Sanctuary, located on a fifth-generation farmstead near here, is raising money to apply for nonprofit status through the state and federal government.
Summer thunderstorms bring an impressive light show as they roll across the prairie, but they also can wreak havoc over the western North Dakota oil patch when they hit saltwater disposal sites.
Arthritis is a condition many people associate with aging. That association is not necessarily unfounded, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that a person’s risk for most types of arthritis increases as they get older. However, hundreds…
Summer weather draws many people outside. Warm air and sunshine can be hard to resist, even when temperatures rise to potentially dangerous levels.
The Williston Public School District No. 1 board voted unanimously Tuesday, July 16, to approve a two-year contract for teachers.
The school board for Williams County Public School District No. 8 chose as its new member one of the people who tied for third place in last month’s board election.
Residents all over are keeping their yards trim and spruced up for the summer months, but where should all the clippings, branches and leaves go? The Williston Herald spoke to the city to get some answers.
After a hiatus of several years, the Yamaha Sounds of Summer drum camp returned to Williston this week, with sessions Monday, July 15, and Tuesday, July 16.
It’s a $4.5 million dollar highway project that has been shelf ready for five years now. Next year, it may finally have its day in the sun.
Dear Doctor: One of the yoga teachers at our gym always goes on and on about the importance of the vagus nerve whenever we do deep-breathing exercises to relax. What is she talking about, and why is it important?
Dennis Hanson, 82, a retired railroad worker, lives just outside Grand Forks. He and his wife live on Social Security, a pension and a stake in a motel. They’re comfortable.
GRAND FORKS — A new State Board of Higher Education committee is looking to further research in North Dakota.
MANDAN — Montes and Jose Lopez could only watch Sunday afternoon, July 14, as firefighters battled a Mandan apartment fire that gave the couple little time to get out.
Man dies in storage unit fire in Fargo


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