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BISMARCK — Environmental groups continued a legal challenge against an oil refinery that’s slated to be built on the doorstep of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in southwest North Dakota Monday, July 15.
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture (NDDA) will be hosting a meeting on growing, harvesting and processing cannabidiol hemp on Friday, July 19, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Ramada Hotel Bismarck, 1400 East Interchange Avenue, Bismarck.
A produced water spill Sunday leaked an unknown amount into a Missouri River tributary, according to the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality.
The Williston Basin chapter of the American Petroleum Institute held its annual golf tournament on Thursday, July 11, and Friday, July 12.
Multiple law enforcement agencies collaborated on a drug sweep in Williston and throughout Williams County on Friday, July 12, leading to the arrest of 17 people.
It is miraculous to consider how much access and exposure we have to information through our computers, televisions, radios and newspapers. Unfortunately, we need to be on guard because too much of this buzz can be false information.
Looking for a special four-legged friend to keep company? Finding that fur-ever friend might be as easy as a walk in the park.
Social media has changed the world in myriad ways, and that impact is likely to grow in coming years. In its report titled “Social Media Trends to Watch in 2017,” the firm GlobalWebIndex found that nearly 60 percent of users…
The 2015 downturn didn’t break the Bakken. It made it, in part by forcing companies to get more efficient.
It was one small step for man, and one giant leap for mankind. 50 years ago, man did the unthinkable and stepped upon a world not our own. In honor of the momentous occasion, the Williston Public Library is celebrating…
In order to win in life, your teen is going to need a solid plan for everything—including their money! If they learn to budget today, they can avoid some common money mistakes and start building a strong financial future ASAP.
After two years, eight months and five days — plus a few unexpected hours at the very end — medical marijuana has come to Williston.
BISMARCK — North Dakota’s governor and Senate leaders wrestled with addressing potential conflicts of interest among a pool of applicants for the state government’s new ethics commission Friday, July 12, as the selection panel inches closer to its final picks.
BISMARCK — A citizen group resubmitted a proposal seeking to legalize marijuana in North Dakota Friday, July 12.
FARGO — Kateri Marion said she felt abandoned by Catholic leaders when she reported that a priest at her church in Belcourt, N.D., sexually abused her three years ago.
West Fargo man ID’d in fatal U-Haul truck versus vehicle crash
Man identified in fatal crash in McKenzie County
A donation from an oil production company is going to support the summer physical education program in Williston Public School District No. 1.
As part of a three-day series of events, the Williston Downtowners Association put on Crazy Days on Friday, July 12.
If your idea of a good time is food, fun, pancakes and prizes, then Epping is the place to be this weekend for the annual Buffalo Trails Day.

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