The deadline is approaching, and North Dakota lawmakers are focusing their attention on a contentious bill that would not only lay out dramatically less funding for Oil Patch counties, but would do away with hub city funding altogether. The provision…
Williston police often confiscate guns during the course of investigations, but on Wednesday, many of the firearms taken out of commission over the past several decades will go to the highest bidder.
Student enrollment continues to climb in Williston Public School District 1 which prompted the school board to approve JLG Architects to determine if a new elementary school is needed or if the current facilities can be modified to eliminate modular…
Trucks supplying fresh fruit, vegetables, meats, shelf-stable items and more will be in Williston Tuesday as part of the Great Plains Food Bank Perishable Food Distribution program. Anyone in need of food assistance in each community or neighboring communities are…
A sexual assault charge was filed in district court this week against a Williston woman accused of improperly touching a young boy.
Editor’s note: This is the first in an occasional series looking at the preparation for and celebration of the 130th anniversary of Riverview Cemetery.
A caretaker for an elderly Williston woman is accused of stealing thousands from her over the past year by dipping into her bank account and skimming money out of her oil royalty checks.
A man who was convicted last fall of having sexual contact with an underage girl in Williston has been sentenced to serve three years in prison.
Big anniversaries require big celebrations.
Among the 10 women officers of Williston’s police department, there’s an obvious feeling of camaraderie, but that doesn’t necessarily have to do with gender.
From water sales and oil patch funding to pipeline restoration and spill reporting, the North Dakota Legislature has a dozen or more bills it is considering to further shape and refine the oil and gas sector. The exact outcome of…
There is an age old saying, “you can’t understand another person’s experience unless you walk a mile in their shoes.” On Saturday, Williston State College students and community members intend to do just that.
Easter baskets won’t be hard to fill in coming days, when little ones can search for candy-filled eggs at three separate hunts in the Williston area. All are free, and open to the smallest seekers on up to varying ages.
Just a few days before the deadline for submissions for its Small Works show, the James Memorial Art Center only had five pieces.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. — Those hoping for a ruling at a U.S. District Court hearing Wednesday on whether an injunction against the Glendive Intake Diversion Dam’s fish bypass project will move forward or remain on hold were disappointed.
Community organizations come in many different kinds, but they’re all based in the community, and they need to back each other up where possible.
Williston State College hosted the fourth year of Scrubs Camp on Wednesday to help promote career opportunities within the healthcare field.
Agriculture has an enthusiastic voice in Sierra Osborne, and she is taking that voice to a national stage. The Sidney youth is blogging for Raised in a Barn, a nationally published agriculture bog created by a college student in Oklahoma.
Gambian native Joan Akonure and Joan Thomas from the Philippines, both nursing students at Williston State College, ditched scrubs in favor of their countries’ traditional garb on Wednesday.
With a mix of brevity and humor, Williams County Sheriff Scott Busching turned in his letter of resignation to county commissioners on Tuesday.