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Candidates and volunteers waited in near freezing temperatures as they awaited the arrival of Senator Heidi Heitkamp and other statewide Democratic candidates. Heitkamp and the others are stopping in Williston as part of Heitkamp's "Bring It Home Heidi" bus tour…
A new owner and a new location are giving a longtime local business a fresh start.
Ogres, enchantments and magical talking animals. It may sound like a fairly tale, but Williston High School's latest production is far from your typical Happily Ever After.
Seed certification of disease-free stock typically takes several weeks in a lab to accomplish. That’s because the protocol requires actually growing out the seeds, to see whether any diseases are present.
It's no easy feat to combine jazz, Frank Sinatra and the Beach Boys, but an upcoming musical performance is doing just that.
A 24-year-old man was convicted of corruption or solicitation of a minor by a jury Thursday.
The prosecution and defense painted different pictures of the evidence Thursday morning in the trial of a 24-year-old man accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage boy.
The Williston Basin Chapter of the American Petroleum Institute for the past six years has saluted the accomplishments of companies and individuals working in the Bakken’s oil and gas industry.
A 42-year-old man was injured Wednesday night when he was shot by a McKenzie County Sheriff deputy.
Next week, the Great Plains Food Bank is making a stop in Williston to give a helping hand to those in need.
The challenger in the race for McKenzie County Sheriff sent a message Wednesday morning accusing his opponent of violating campaign law, something his opponent denied.
Downtown Williston celebrated a Golden Anniversary Wednesday afternoon with the 31st annual Trail of Treats. Businesses along Main Street and throughout Williston gave out candy, popcorn and juice to the hundreds of costumed kids that paraded along the sidewalks.
The defendant in a trial on a charge of corruption or solicitation of a minor repeatedly denied having any sexual contact with an underage boy, though he did admit being friends with the teenager.
An oil spill from a truck on Monday caused a Williams County road to be shut down for about a day, while cleanup crews addressed the problem.
Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects thousands of people across the country every day. The Family Crisis Shelter in Williston is doing its part to raise awareness of this issue.
Western North Dakota has a significant place in the state's history, and the North Dakota State Library is looking to expand their knowledge of that history with a little help from area residents.
Donald Trump Jr. marched onto a stage in the Well at Williston State College to the sounds of “USA” being chanted in the background. A crowd of people welcomed him with waving flags and cheers. Others made personal videos of…
The teenager with whom a former Williston police officer is accused of having a sexual relationship admitted that he reached out and apologized to the defendant earlier this year, but said he didn’t apologize because he’d lied to him.
The county found its facility planner with the help of Aunt Google, and, of all the projects the county has done, Williams County Chairman David Montgomery thinks it’s the best in his 14 years of service.
Looking for some family-friendly Halloween fun, away from traffic and safe from the elements? Then look no further than the Williston ARC.


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