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Too much work has been done on a Blue Ridge township water depot to turn back now, the Williams County Commission decided in a 3-to-2 split, in which Commissioner Steve Kemp cast the final, deciding vote.
Red robins may not yet be roosting in Williston yet, but spring is in the air. And one way to know that is the fact that the annual spring cleanup day is just around the corner.
Mike Blinder, an internationally known media consultant, is holding a series of free workshops in Williston and Sidney later this month.
Con artists calling to advise grandparents that their grandchildren are in jail and need bail money is an old scheme, but in Williams County it — and several other schemes — seem to be getting a new twist.
To kick off April as sexual assault awareness month, WSC Student Life has partnered with CHI St. Alexius Health Williston, the Williston Family Crisis Shelter and the Central Dakota Forensic Nurse Examiners to host Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,…
Two people police say caused a crash after fleeing officers are facing multiple felony drug charges, including conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.
A man who admitted to dozens of garage and car break-ins in 2016 was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison.
Thousands of trucks that used to be required for hauling fresh water to well completions have been taken off the road by a simple device. That device is flexible water transfer pipes, and the process of using them is about…
A Fourth of July without fireworks is like Christmas without Santa Claus to Greg Cottrell. So when he heard last year that there would be no fireworks show, he knew he had to do something about that.
A four-day school week sounds like every kid’s dream, but it ends up being pretty good for everyone.
Because of bad road conditions and a no travel advisory, delivery of the Sunday edition of the Williston Herald will likely be delayed. We apologize for any inconvenience. The e-edition will be available at midnight on Saturday, as usual.
Williston’s winter isn’t over just yet.
Merdian’s Davis Refinery attracted protests as it was working for permits to build its plant in Billings County, but it attracted something else when its representatives visited Williston. Excitement.
The Oil Patch is leading the way to an economic upturn, as indicated by the latest statistics for taxable sales and purchases, helping to counter sales tax declines in the eastern half of the state.
Police said Thursday they were planning on filing more charges against two people involved in a car crash that occurred Wednesday night on Second Avenue West.
An 18-year-old man was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in prison for his part in a series of apartment break-ins last year.
McKenzie County’s Emergency Management Director Karolin Jappe is carrying sandbags around with her to pass out to those in the path of ice jams that are working their way down the Yellowstone River to the Missouri Confluence.
McKenzie County’s Emergency Management Director Karolin Jappe is carrying sandbags around with her to pass out to those in the path of ice jams that are working their way down the Yellowstone River to the Missouri Confluence.
Two public hearings for oil and gas infrastructure are on the horizon in the area, both of them involving conversions of existing pipelines to new purposes.
Western Area Water Supply deferred the baseline water payments it owed to its members during the downturn so that it could make its loan payments, while industrial water sales weren’t high enough to cover them.

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