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A 21-year-old man was sentenced Monday, March 11, to 18 months in prison on drug and theft charges.
Williams County Public School District No. 8 will hold a bond election May 14 to ask for $89 million to build three new schools.
Police officers serving a search warrant Friday, March 8, found a hand grenade, leading to an evacuation of nearby residents.
Unofficial results from a recall election in Arnegard showed incumbent Mayor Virginia Elliot defeating former mayor Jeffrey Kindel 63-47.
Job postings continue to outweigh the number of job seekers, according to the latest figures from Job Services ND. Paula Hickel, manager for the Williston branch, shared the jobs picture for Williams, McKenzie, and Divide counties at the Chamber’s Eggs…
There are a lot of things coming up this week. Here are some things to watch out for.
The Williams County Spelling Bee was held at Bakken Elementary on Feb. 20. The top four spellers at each grade level were honored, and the top two spellers in seventh and eighth grades qualified to take part in the state…
A 28-year-old man has been charged with four felonies after police say he held a woman against her will, threatened to kill her, strangled her and threw her phone in the toilet when she tried to call for help.
After nearly a year of construction, Safari Trampoline Park opened on Sunday, March 3, to a line of people waiting to get in and get jumping.
One local businessman, with the support of more than 600 community members, has filed a petition calling for a referendum on Williston’s new liquor ordinance.
The Williston Police Department is evacuating part of Fourth Avenue West after discovering a possible explosive device.
The question: Why is an addition to Williston High School, which opened in fall 2016, one of the projects Williston Public School District No. 1 is planning if its bond referendum set for April 9 passes?
With another year of low commodity prices ahead, farmers are looking for opportunities to rise above market forces. And opportunity was an underlying theme from start to finish for day one of the MonDak Ag Days and Tradeshow, packed with…
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce is showcasing the best eats in town with the annual Taste of Williston.
One of the many reasons people love to garden is a desire for fresh foods. Fresh will be a key focus for this year’s spring gardening workshop, with presentations on both canning and the Williston Farmers Market.
The Williston Rotary and Lions Clubs have done service projects within the community for a number of years. While usually working independently, the two organizations are collaborating on a project to help further enhance the quality of life for Williston's…
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Recent court filings show that tensions appear to be running high in Arnegard, a town of about 150 people, with the council voting to fire the city’s two police officers this week and Mayor Virginia Elliot facing a recall election…
ARNEGARD — A sharply divided city council voted Wednesday, March 6, to fire both of the city’s police officers, a move an attorney representing the two men characterized as retaliation and an abuse of power.
Are your days of tickling the ivory over? Do you have a piano collecting dust that you need to get rid of? If the answer is yes, then The Williston Downtowners Association wants to hear from you.


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