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A man who police say fired a gun during an argument over loud music at a Williston apartment complex early Tuesday morning is now facing a number of charges.
McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger’s criminal trial has been pushed back while attorneys look into whether there is a conflict of interest that could result in Schwartzenberger’s defense attorney’s withdrawal from the case.
The tourism sector in Williston had a bumpy ride in 2016, but is looking ahead to a stronger 2017, even as they also took a moment to salute some of the stars who helped hospitality shine last year.
A 22-year-old man who prosecutors say violated his probation by having repeated sexual contact with an underage girl after he was ordered to stay away from her has been sentenced to a year and a half in prison.
With graduation at Williston High School less than three weeks away, many seniors are looking forward to the next step in their education, and might be wondering how they’re going to pay for it.
Two men were questioned and released and one is still in custody after police arrived at their Williston apartment early this morning in response to a call from a woman who said she’d been threatened with a gun.
A recent spike in the number of HIV infections reported statewide has health officials urging people who are considered high-risk for contracting the virus to get tested and seek preventative care.
An 18-year-old boy drowned Sunday afternoon while swimming in a small pond on his parents’ property northeast of Watford City, according to McKenzie County officials.
Continental Resources started the year with 200 uncompleted Bakken wells in inventory and promised it would begin 2017 by completing a substantial number of them.
The parents of a child with autism asked the Williston Public School District No. 1 board to consider changing its policy about when students are suspended from co-curricular activities, saying their son was treated unjustly.
Two tractor-trailers drivers died early Saturday morning after a head-on crash near New Town, police say.
Beautiful plants in the landscape require an important partner, and it is one highlighted by the North Dakota Master Gardener Program. The partner is bees, and they are the theme for the group of 200 to 250 volunteers statewide in…
The weather may not be ready for planting until around Memorial Day, but Williston Research Extension’s horticulturist Kyla Splichal is always ready with advice and answers to gardening questions for area gardeners.
The Hub City funding bill has drawn a bit of lightning from the pen of Gov. Doug Burgum. The governor used his line-item veto to reject three provisions in the measure, including one that would have provided $16.1 million in…
Cullen Falcon of Trenton hadn’t planned on paddlefishing this year, but it was such a nice day Friday he couldn’t resist. He was glad in the end that he had, because 20 minutes later he had 67 pounds of fighting…
A relatively high number of small children have been found wandering alone in Williston in recent weeks, according to police, who say warmer weather is likely playing a part in the worrisome increase.
Western North Dakota lawmakers returned home from the Capitol with a hard-won victory in hand — a compromise measure that ensures oil patch communities have funding to repay debts taken on for the infrastructure that the oil and gas boom…
A Williams County wind farm that drew heated protests during its approval process two years ago is now generating power.
On National Day of Prayer, people gathered around the country, some in churches and some, like in Williston, outdoors, all with the same goal — prayer.
MISSOURI-YELLOWSTONE CONFLUENCE — Two days of North Dakota’s catch and keep paddlefishing season are on the books, but the harvest is at just 255 fish so far. That leaves plenty of room for more weekend paddlefishing, as the 2017 season…

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