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Oil prices have dropped and fewer people are living in Williams County and the surrounding area, but the slowdown has not extended to the illegal drug trade, which continues to flourish in northwest North Dakota, authorities say.
A Williams County rural water main ruptured Friday morning, requiring the closure of Garden Valley Elementary.
Felony arrests in 2016 dropped sharply, according to the Williston Police Department’s annual report, while traffic citations and officers’ community involvement show significant increases from previous years.
On Read Across America Day, Lydia Salveson’s kindergarten class celebrated in Seuss style to also commemorate the birthday of children’s book author Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.
The clearing of Dakota Access pipeline protest camps has done more than just bring the months-long standoff in Morton County to an end, it’s also freed up North Dakota Highway Patrol troopers to go back to their regular assignments.
The Williston Public School District 1 board held a special meeting Thursday and chose Robert Krom, the COO of JMAC Resources, to fill a vacant seat.
The Williston Public School District 1 board held a special meeting Thursday and chose Robert Krom, the COO of JMAC Resources, to fill a vacant seat.
The Williston Vanity location is expected to shut its doors by late March along with 140 stores nationwide after the Fargo-based company filed for bankruptcy on March 1.
SIDNEY — Her brother brought home some baby chicks for Mother’s Day when Kyle Topp was just 5 years old. She has been growing them ever since. That’s not the only thing that grew however. Her interest in agriculture has…
Although immunization rates are rising statewide for children entering school, one local doctor says Williams County is still showing relatively low numbers when it comes to getting recommended shots for young children.
Gauging from the unexpectedly high turnout at Williston’s first 1 Million Cups event on Wednesday, caffeine looks to be the catalyst that will drive Williston’s entrepreneurial community to grow.
Property taxes are growing, U.S. goods are more expensive than a year ago, commodity prices have fallen substantially, and Montana wages are rising while single-family housing starts are tilting to the western part of the state.
A nearly $1 million grant from The Board of University and School Lands will help the Family Crisis Shelter in Williston finish construction of its new building.
His name has been etched in stone and carved upon the hearts of family and friends. Now it may soon appear on bottles of beer as well, where it will invite a national toast to a fallen hero who is…
The Williston City Commission unanimously approved Tuesday night the first reading of an ordinance that would allow microbrew pubs, brewers taprooms and domestic wineries within the city.
An “only in America” story was on display Sunday at the Williston Public Library, but it wasn’t in a book.
An addition to the liquor license ordinance will pave the way for microbrew pubs, brewers taprooms and domestic wineries if approved by the Williston city commission on Tuesday.
A black and white photo of Williams County’s first jail, another of its brick courthouse and a third showing the dedication of the Lewis and Clark Bridge in 1927 are among the relatively few images in the county’s collection that…
Two Williams County fire departments were among those that received donated vehicles from Enbridge Pipelines on Friday.
A lesson on classical music turned contemporary when a pair of violin players, along with two cellists, explained to hundreds of elementary school students why they weren’t playing Justin Bieber at a concert in Williston on Friday morning.

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