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Because of the cleanup efforts on Main Street after Monday’s fire at the Hedderich building, the location of the Summer Nights on Main concert series is moving.
Oral arguments that will determine the fate of a project intended to make the Glendive Intake Diversion Dam more fish friendly are to be heard within the next two weeks in a potentially precedent-setting suit that alleges the operation of…
City Forester Bruce Johnson was watering trees by the new high school when a drive-by thunderstorm gusted through the area, leaving a few puddles and a lot of downed limbs.
The fire that destroyed the roof and second floor of the Hedderich building in downtown Williston was likely an accident, according to the Williston Fire Department.
The USDA is expanding its emergency drought order allowing grazing on CRP lands to include emergency haying for those counties in severe drought or within 150 miles of a county in severe drought beginning on July 16.
By Renée Jean
Food need doesn’t go on vacation in the summer — in fact, it often gets worse.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has signed a secretarial order that would speed up the leasing process for oil and gas seeking to drill on federal lands, to address a backlog of oil and gas permit applications.
Williston Public School District 1 and the Williston Education Association were unable to agree Monday afternoon on a contract for teachers, prolonging the impasse between the two sides.
American Midstream Partners, LP, has been seeking additional oil to transport in its Bakken Pipeline system, which is to connect to Dakota Access in McKenzie County near Watford City. The open season began June 26 and will end July 17.
Firefighters and police are battling a major fire in downtown Williston.
The rib-eating contest at Rockin Ribfest 2017 pitted nine competitors against each other — and boxes of ribs from Famous Dave's. Who was able to triumph in this man versus meat battle?
Waving her white dish towel, pioneer Fannie Cates drew the attention of two men on horseback. The two men stopped to assist in digging a grave for 12-year-old Gustaf Marelius, thus marking the beginnings of Riverview Cemetery.
The sounds of construction have been ringing out on Main Street, but not just on the street itself. Some of the Main Street businesses also have projects underway. Among these is Cooks on Main, which will not only be doubling…
Editor’s note: As the national debate about health care continues, the Williston Herald is sharing stories on the ground about how health care is or is not working for individuals, be it Obamacare, Medicare, Medicaid or some other program. Help…
At first, Patricia Lund’s garden was mostly orange.
North Dakota Farmers Union will hold a series of listening sessions to collect input from farmers and ranchers on a new farm bill.
Williston police arrested a man Tuesday who they say was carrying a concealed handgun that turned out to be stolen.
Two women who shared an apartment in the Timber Trails complex in Williston were arrested Monday and accused of having heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana.
The Congressional Budget Office has released an important indicator of the budget outlook for the next farm bill that shows lawmakers will likely have $130 billion less in funding for the 2018 farm bill than they did for the present…

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