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A teenager testified Monday that he had three sexual encounters with a former Williston police officer when the boy was 16.
Voters will go to the polls Jan. 8 to decide whether to fund a $60 million plan to build two new elementary schools and an expansion to Williston High School as well as fund renovations to all the elementary schools…
An oil spill forced the closure of 3 miles of County Road 9 on Monday, stretching from Highway 1804 South to County Road 11A. The road was closed at 11:40 a.m., according to Lindsey Harriman, communications officer for Williams County.…
Plans to develop a royalty owners groups are proceeding, says the group’s organizer Bob Skarphol, though he is asking members to be patient with slow progress at least for now.
Every year, hundreds of monsters, superheroes and princesses descend upon Downtown Williston, plundering sweets and treats from Main Street merchants. But this isn't cause for alarm, it's just a Williston tradition that's celebrating an important milestone.
A pipeline break in Williams County has released 170 barrels of produced water on pastureland, according to reports from the North Dakota Department of Health.
A 24-year-old woman was ordered held Friday on $5,000 bond after police said she fired a gun and threatened to shoot four people.
A 46-year-old man is accused of sexually abusing a girl for nearly 4 years.
Six North Dakota school districts have experienced exceptionally fast increases to their student enrollment in North Dakota, and not all of them are located in the Oil Patch.
More than twice as many absentee ballots as usual for a mid-term have been requested by Williams County voters in the lead-up to the Nov. 6 General Election.
Monday the community is being invited to come and celebrate the completion of Williams County’s new administration complex downtown. While the new and remodeled spaces have been open for some time, not all office holders were in their permanent homes…
Zentangle is the meditative art of creating intricate patterns using lines, dots, curves and orbs, called "tangles". Now, a local artist is sharing her unique take on the craft with an upcoming solo show.
In 1955, in an article about the soon-to-open Williams County Courthouse, a Williston Herald reporter described it as “a building with a future.”
A 50-year-old man was ordered held Thursday on $50,000 bond after he was accused of threatening to kill three people.
After a flurry of motions filed just days before the start of the trial for a former police officer accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage boy, a judge said there was no reason the prosecution shouldn’t turn…
Quick thinking by employees on the scene of a fire at ONEOK’s Stateline facility on July 9 helped contain the blaze and ensure that it didn’t become a much bigger problem.
Black Magic Harley-Davidson in Williston is hosting their annual Harley Halloween Kids Party on Saturday, giving kids the chance to get a jump start on all the Halloween festivities coming up in the next week. Ashlyn Zellefrow, event coordinator at…
Moving on to college can be a daunting prospect for some students, but Williston High School seniors got a jump start on the process with some help from Williston State College and the University of North Dakota.
After a contentious meeting earlier this month where a resident accused the city’s mayor of mistreating employees, the Arnegard City Council has formed a committee to look at personnel issues.
A 58-year-old man was killed early Wednesday morning when the 2007 Cadillac Escalade he was driving crashed into a ditch.

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