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The City of Williston is hosting a public meeting regarding housing needs in the area, and the city looking for community feedback on the issue.
Wilkinson Elementary named its latest group of Kind Kids on Friday, March 15.
A woman arrested in September and accused of killing a passenger while driving with a blood alcohol level more than one-and-a-half times the legal limit has signed a plea agreement that will have her spend eight days in jail.
In January, oil production in North Dakota was down a tiny bit, but only compared to an all-time record hit in December.
A 37-year-old man is facing four felony charges after police say he performed several sex acts with a teenage girl and allowed her to be exposed to cocaine.
When it comes to passengers flying into and out of Williston, the boom is back.
As a second vote on a plan to build new schools in Williston Public School District No. 1 nears, the district has posted a video highlighting the conditions in the schools.
It's St. Paddy's Day weekend, and Williston is buzzing with activity! Whether it's celebrating with green beer, motorcycles or fine art, this coming weekend has a lot to look forward to.
A referendum on building two new elementary schools and renovating the high school in Williston Public School District No. 1 is 27 days away and a referendum on building two elementary schools and a high school in Williams County Public…
A Environmental Impact Study on expanding U.S. Highway 85 to four lanes from the Watford City bypass to Interstate 94 has been completed, The North Dakota Department of Transportation announced Wednesday, March 13.
One of Jeff Kostuik’s pet peeves is all the hype that hemp has been getting lately.
With the Williston City Commission's repeal of the newly adopted liquor ordinance, the city now faces the same problem it did before: too many licenses. So the question stands, what comes next?
NDSU Extension Agricultural Machinery Specialist John Nowatzki remembers when a simple hoe was the primary weed control implement. It was common then to see maybe a half dozen people in any given sugar beet field, beating back weeds with a…
There's sun in the forecast and the temperatures are above zero, so many people's minds are turning to spring. With the warm weather comes fishing, camping, boating and other outdoor activities, making it the perfect time to visit the Williston…
The Williston City Commission voted Tuesday, March 12, to repeal its recently adopted liquor ordinance after community members filed a petition for a referendum.
The Williston Police Department is warning residents to be careful when they see moose, several of which have been spotted in town recently.
Greeting cards are a huge industry, with Americans spending between $7 to $8 billion dollars annually on cards. According to the Greeting Card Association, birthday cards are the most popular greetings sold in the United States, followed closely by Christmas…
Every year a wide variety of hands come together to help about 500 area fifth-grade students learn to make a loaf of bread. It’s a hands-on lesson with 30-plus years of history behind it, aimed at ensuring students learn the…
The Williston Police Department is investigating a shooting late Monday, March 11, that injured a 53-year-old man.
A 21-year-old man was sentenced Monday, March 11, to 18 months in prison on drug and theft charges.


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