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FARGO — Thirty cats pulled by animal rescue officers earlier this summer from a stifling hot van parked in downtown Fargo and a kitten born after the rescue have a new owner.
GRAND FORKS — As the University of North Dakota Presidential Search Committee continues to mull who will become the next leader of the state’s flagship university, many in North Dakota want internal candidates to be considered for the position.
Dear Doctor: I’m 53 years old, officially in menopause — and officially miserable. I’ve got hot flashes, headaches, insomnia and crazy mood swings, and it’s making me depressed. My doctor means well, but he doesn’t really listen and keeps suggesting…
Over a six-month period, a 78-year-old businessman with a clever wit and superb leadership skills became less able to talk. He gradually became more confused and lost his ability to learn new things. In the end, he lost his capacity…
Atrial fibrillation, commonly known as AFib, is a heart condition characterized by a quivering or irregular heartbeat, called arrhythmia, says the American Heart Association. Millions of people across the globe currently live with AFib.
A pair of unrelated motorcycle crashes Sunday afternoon in McKenzie County injured a 23-year-old Williston man and killed a 19-year-old Lisbon woman.
High-speed pursuit ends in Barnes County crash
FARGO — The number of West Nile virus cases reported in North Dakota so far in 2019 is drastically lower than the number reported at this same point last year, according to current counts provided by state public health officials.
GRAND FORKS — Gun control and red flag laws have taken the spotlight in recent national discussions following the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, that left 31 people dead. But neither Minnesota nor North Dakota are…
The tourism game, any old industry hand will tell you, isn’t what it used to be. And anyone who poked around Facebook — or any other corner of the internet — as they prepared for Labor Day weekend can say…
Williston police have identified the man killed in a shooting outside a Williston hotel Friday night.
The Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau believes that customer service goes a long way in a community like Williston, and every month they are committed to honoring those the individuals in the hospitality industry who go above and beyond to…
I have been told that August, other than back to school, can be a slow month for a lot of organizations. Someday, I hope the staff at the City of Williston can find some common ground in that statement given…
Williston police are searching for a man they believe might be connected to a fatal shooting late Friday evening.
There’s a new face at the Williston Welcome Center, though she’s actually quite old. A hand carved statue of Sakakawea — sometimes spelled Sacagawea or Sacajawea — will be standing by the door of the Williston Convention and Visitors Bureau…
On the afternoon of Aug. 9, 2019, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Churchwide Assembly voted to approve a memorial that declared the ELCA as a sanctuary church, saying the call to “love our neighbor” is central to the organization’s…
GRAND FORKS — The Crookston, Minn., man sentenced last week in connection to a February officer-involved shooting near Arvilla, N.D., was likely injured by fragments of broken glass when a bullet fired by police flew through his rear window, according…
Williston was host to the 2019 North Dakota Downtown Conference last week, and the conference recognized some local events and volunteers for their work in promoting their downtowns.
Hey folks, no doubt many of you have been waiting for the 14th annual Bedding Fair sponsored by the CHI St. Alexius Hospital Auxiliary to roll around once again.
Ever wonder what happens to the drugs the police department collects? They go to the same place your household trash does — the landfill.

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