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Between studying, sports and socializing, it's not always easy for students to remember to return library books, but a program at the library is offering incentives to help remind them.
The Williston Basin International Airport has been awarded additional funds thanks to congressional leaders.
As cleanup work continued at an apartment building that caught fire Thursday in Williston, community organizations on Friday gathered donations to help the dozens of families affected by the blaze.
Art, wine and food; a popular local event is returning to Downtown Williston.
After a breach of contract claim several weeks ago, the Williston City Commission voted Thursday to reinstate a company’s contract for Williston Basin International Airport’s Taxiway A project.
A fire early Thursday morning heavily damaged a Williston apartment complex.
Recreation Park in Williston will be filled with art, music and food for the James Memorial Art Center's 13th Annual Art Fest on Sept. 15.
A 22-year-old man was sentenced Wednesday to four years in prison for breaking into a Williston home in June and stabbing the couch where a young boy was sleeping.
Two new gas processing plants will be coming online this fall, and they will provide the oil and gas industry with up to 400 million cubic feet per day breathing room for new gas gathering and processing capacity.
A popular annual event will help raise money for Williston Trinity Christian School and spirits for those in attendance.
Three men are facing felony charges after a fourth man went to the McKenzie Hospital last week with a stab wound.
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce is welcoming a new face to its operations next week.
Between Friday and Monday, the Williston police responded to 241 calls, including 10 fights, 10 domestic altercations and six calls involving guns.
A year ago, Jeff Lunnen could have shown a prospective oilfield service company 15 to 20 industrial properties for their consideration.
The Helping Hands Nonprofit Expo is an event which gives local nonprofits a chance to promote their organizations, recruit volunteers, and tell the community about their upcoming events.
Williston police responded to three separate incidents Saturday evening, including two where gunplay was involved.
Cartoons, crafts and coloring; The Williston Community Library is offering a variety of events for both kids and adults during the month of September.
As strikes go, it wasn’t the longest one on record, but it was still effective.
More than a quarter of open positions in North Dakota are going unfilled for three months or longer, according to a survey released Thursday.
It’s a place where deals get made and where many brand new oilfield products and services have found their jumping off point into the Bakken. The Bakken Oil Product and Service Show is counting down 32 days and some change…


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