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The Highway Patrol and Williston police responded to a 911 call reporting that a young boy was hit by a car on 18th Street West Wednesday afternoon. The boy suffered non-life threatening injuries, police said.
By Nick Simonson For many folks, sharptailed grouse is an acquired taste, as the deep red breast meat is more reminiscent of beef than chicken, and among all the upland game birds harvested in an autumn, it definitely doesn’t have…
FALL FOR NOW. Much of the snow from the past two weeks has melted away, putting the landscape back in beige. We chill out today, staying in the 20s all day, before we bounce around in the mid-30s for the…
Earlier this year, Sara Healy and Amanda Eichmann were relative strangers. The two women had never met, although they were bound by a few loose connections.
French? Oui. Spanish? Si. Swahili? Ndiyo. Tagalog? Oo. Turkish? Evet. Even Yoruba? Beeni.
Charges against a man accused of keeping materials for making an explosive were dropped this week. Police say instead that the items belong to the man’s brother.
A man from Noonan was charged last week with firing a gun toward a group of people early the morning of Oct. 31.
A federal trial for a Williston man accused of downloading child pornography and trying to persuade an underage girl to perform sexual acts has been delayed.
David Manning, 21, of Culbertson, died from injuries suffered in a two-vehicle crash near Bainville on Monday afternoon.
Last year, when Williston held its real estate economic summit, moderator Tim Fisher asked his Realtor panel to sum up the market with one word. A downturn was in full swing, and the nation was headed into an election that…
NDG&F Press Release Outdoor enthusiasts are invited to attend a North Dakota Game and Fish Department fall advisory board meeting in their area. These public meetings, held each spring and fall, provide citizens with an opportunity to discuss fish and…
GO FISH. No seriously, if there’s some openwater somewhere near you, take advantage and wet a line today, as we probably won’t see highs near 60 for a few more months. Of course, if you were waiting for hardwater, this…
A woman who prosecutors said had a significant amount of marijuana in her home has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Dan Brown reminded the crowd why they had gathered at the New Armory in Williston.
Members of the school board expressed concern about the ability of Williston Public School District No. 1 superintendent Michael Cambell to delegate tasks in their evaluation of him.
Williston Public School District No. 1 will hold a public meeting early next month about the possibility of building new elementary schools.
Two women accused of stealing thousands from a Williston grocery store by copying cash rebate coupons have been sentenced to probation.
NDG&F Press Release Organizers planning fishing tournaments, including ice fishing contests this winter, are reminded to submit an application along with fishing tournament regulations to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department at least 30 days prior to the start…
NOVEMBER THUNDER? No, it was the sound of rifle hunters reverberating through the draws and valleys of North Dakota yesterday, as the second straight day of calm winds and warmer temps allowed hunters to get out and explore a bit…
TEMPS RISE, DEER FALL. Ideal conditions had hunters out in droves on the first full day of the season, and today will bring more of the same as light southerlies and temps around 40 will be conducive for great deer…


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