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By Nick Simonson Not ten yards out from the truck, my young lab, Ole, plowed into the lightly drifted snow in the treeline running down the center of a 40-acre square of PLOTS land. The western side had been hayed…
TAGGED OUT YET? Probably not. Conditions were not ideal for the first afternoon of the ND deer season, and gusts up to 35 mph kept a lot of hunters on the sidelines or sitting in the truck watching. Look for…
Veterans are to be the guests of honor at a free dinner and concert planned for next weekend in Williston.
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The state’s emergency hay transportation assistance program applies to personal expenses, the agricultural commissioner said this week.
For Williston High School’s production of “The Music Man,” there aren’t “76 trombones,” but if you add up all of the students who were involved, the number is probably about 100.
Organizers are counting on some surprises next week when submissions start coming in for the first-ever mixed media art show at the James Memorial Art Center.
A federal grand jury has indicted a man for selling drugs that authorities say caused a Williston man’s fatal overdose earlier this year.
By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. With deer gun season getting underway, and upland game and waterfowl seasons continuing on, it’s a good time for a reminder about hunting safety. Not that there is a bad time for such a reminder.…
WIDE OPEN! Congrats! You made it to another deer opener! The last of the cold stretch wraps up this morning as southerlies blow warmer temperatures in for the start of the season. You’ll have enough snow to track your deer,…
When I was a youngster growing up in Regent, there was an elderly WWI veteran who, weather permitting, sat on a Main Street bench. Ed Zich seldom spoke, lived in a tiny home and everyone knew he suffered of what…
Sergeant S. Keltner of Williston spent Christmas in Mayen, Germany, and helped decorate a tree. In a letter to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Keltner, he tells of the many beautiful homes and old towers in that section of…
Farmers Union Insurance recently donated $1,000 to Community Connections. Supporting rural communities is part of Farmer’s Union Insurance’s mission of building stronger communities, according to Sjon Zunich with the company. “Farmers Union Insurance has a rich tradition of giving to…
Citing comments it claimed were “inappropriate, unprofessional and potentially discriminatory,” the school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 reprimanded superintendent Michael Campbell on Thursday.
Europe in 1914 had been at peace, more or less, for most of a century. That was remarkable. Europe had been an arena of war since the destruction of the Roman Empire. It had begun exporting its wars around the…
A truck driver hauling production water just before 2 a.m. Thursday near Killdeer caught a glimpse of fire in the distance that looked like something other than a flare. The unnamed driver was right, and his call to the well…
A man accused of acting as a ringleader for a heroin-selling operation that was blamed for a series of overdoses in Williston early last year was sent to federal prison this week.
A man who authorities say carried on a sexual relationship with an underage girl in Williston last year has been sentenced to probation.
NDG&F Press Release North Dakota’s deer gun season opens Nov. 10 at noon, and the state Game and Fish Department cautions deer hunters to be wary of ice conditions. In some parts of the state, there are already small and…

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