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North Dakota’s oil and gas industry self-restricted nearly 100,000 barrels of oil production in the month of November, and low oil prices and colder temperatures also pushed oil production down 17,000 barrels per day to 1.375 million barrels per day.
By Mitch Melberg
A 23-year-old man told police he was scared when he ran from a traffic stop Saturday afternoon, causing a car crash.
Williston Public School District No. 1 is looking at ways to help ease overcrowding, including stricter registration requirements and possibly excluding out-of-district students from the high school.
A frozen line led to the release of 660 barrels of brine at well site 4 miles northeast of Cartwright on Friday.
Testimony is set to begin Tuesday on four bills that could have significant impact on the West if they pass, among them Operation Prairie Dog, set for a 10 a.m. hearing in the North Dakota House of Representatives. The bill…
A 22-year-old Williston man is facing two felony charges as part of a more than yearlong investigation by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.
A former Williston school superintendent will not be seeking re-election as party chairman in North Dakota.
In a meeting where the Williston Public School District No. 1 board heard that its school funding proposals fell short by between 1.5 and 2.3 percent short, it unanimously approved putting the proposals to a vote again in April.
For a group of Williston students, July 4 will be even more filled with fireworks than usual.
Williston police are investigating after a man fell from a balcony at a apartment complex Saturday night.
A 23-year-old man was arrested Saturday after he fled the scene of a car crash on Second Avenue West, Williston police say.
Taking time for oneself shouldn't be a revolutionary idea. But with work, family and social responsibilities, it's not always easy to set aside time to relax. The Williston Community Library is hoping to change that through an upcoming event with…
A local businesses is giving a lesson in kindness as they pay it forward to an area school.
The legal wrangling over whether a former police officer convicted of corruption of a minor will get a new trial continued Friday, more than two months after the jury verdict and less than a week before a status conference is…
While the western bloc of legislators may differ in opinions on how best to deliver social services, they have come together to work on a slate of bills they believe will help the west overcome significant problems.
A taxi company in Williston lost its appeal and had its license revoked due to incidents involving a driver's suspended license and lack of insurance.
The state’s takeover of social services has so far relieved about $165 million in property taxes for taxpayers across the state, but with that savings has come a caveat that has prompted concerns from local officials and has exposed some…
The lawyers for a former police officer convicted in November of corruption and solicitation of a minor have asked a judge to consider accusations of prosecutorial misconduct in another case when deciding whether the man deserves a new trial.
The Williston City Commission has approved a Special Permitted Use application for the location of Williston's first medical marijuana dispensary.


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