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A woman from Trenton was sentenced to five years in prison this week for stealing thousands from her employer through a series of electronic transfers.
Nearly 20 years ago, local theatre group Entertainment Inc. staged “Lend Me a Tenor,” a Broadway hit and award-winning comedy.
He has been a sold-out sensation in his hometowns of Fairview, Montana and Williston but his novel “In Plain Sight” is about to enter a brand new arena.
Five years ago if you showed up in the emergency room for a hospital visit, you were in for a wait. But today, that has changed. Patients who show up in the emergency have dramatically reduced waiting times, and sometimes…
An Elvis tribute concert tonight offers free admission for local music lovers who choose to buy an early membership for next year’s Williston Concert Association season.
Two teenage boys were seriously injured early Sunday morning in a single-vehicle crash south of Grenora.
Thousands of people showed up for Band Day this year, lining 18th Street, Second Avenue West and 11th Street to see more than 100 marchers.
They had different journeys, but they all ended up in the same place.
In giving his monthly production report, Department of Mineral Resources Director Lynn Helms last month suggested oil production would likely slip below one million barrels a day, but the numbers this month have surprised him and held onto a psychological…
A date of July 16 has been set for China to open its door to U.S. beef and for the U.S. to open its door to Chinese poultry.
Concerns over the potential spread of invasive mussels in Montana’s waterways have led to new requirements that will affect all out-of-state boaters.
It was late in the afternoon last week when a Williston woman walked into her elderly mother’s house and found her on the phone, speaking to a boy who said he was her grandson.
While some hotel owners have been selling out of the Williston market, one is buying in.
The Williston Regional Economic Development Corporation has released a revised strategic plan for 2017 that includes a larger footprint in the area.
Lifelong friendships and broader horizons are just two of the things Alvina Skogen found in the annual day classes and summer camps for youth that are put on by Farmer’s Union — a program she now directs in the Williston…
There was a hot mic moment at the Williston City Commission meeting Tuesday night, and it brought a few smiles — but not because of any loose-lipped comments slipping out.
A silver bullet for fusarium, salt cedar identification, pulse crop weed control, pipeline reclamation — it’s a wish list for area farmers, and information about each is coming up during annual field days at area research centers.
North Dakota won one bid for primacy on a federal oil and gas issue, but lost it on another in back-to-back days.
More of the state’s gas could be headed to market, with a proposal on the table for a natural gas processing plant with a capacity of 30 million cubic feet per day.
Without a solid drum line, it isn’t a marching band, it’s just a group of musicians out for a walk.


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