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As Scott Busching finished out his last week as Williams County’s sheriff, he didn’t want a retirement party or emotional going-away ceremony. In fact, he was reluctant enough to speak about his 18 years in office with local reporters.
As the Frontier Museum approaches its 60th anniversary, emeritus board member Vivian “Jean” Bartlett shared her memories with Junior Board President Alyssa Syth and Vice President Alysa Shoppa.
The drought in North Dakota and Montana has deepened, and the region’s status has been upgraded from moderate to severe drought, according to the latest Drought Monitor map. The situation is also likely to get worse next week, according to…
A jury convicted Jean-Michael Kisi Friday on charges of gross sexual imposition and accomplice to attempted murder and acquitted him on charges of conspiracy to commit gross sexual imposition and conspiracy to commit murder.
A jury convicted Jean-Michael Kisi Friday on charges of gross sexual imposition and accomplice to attempted murder and acquitted him on charges of conspiracy to commit gross sexual imposition and cons.
The jury in the gross sexual imposition and attempted murder trial of Jean-Michael Kisi heard two conflicting versions Thursday of an alleged sexual assault and beating in November 2015 near Epping.
They were going a little crazy for rocks at Williston’s annual Crazy Days event, this year kicking off the city’s weekly Thursday night party, Summer Nights on Main.
Fireworks sales have been allowed in Williston since June 27, but shooting them off? Not so much.
Everyone knows that kids would rather be at summer camp than summer school, but what if summer school was summer camp?
The search for a missing Williston businessman presumed dead has ended, authorities with the Bottineau County Sheriff's Department confirmed.
Thursday nights in downtown Williston are about to get a whole lot more exciting. Or, perhaps more appropriately, crazy.
The prosecution expects to rest its case today against a man charged with gross sexual imposition, conspiracy to commit murder and accomplice to attempted murder.
Attorneys for McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger will be allowed to depose the former special prosecutor in the case, as well as other state officials, the Special Commissioner handling the removal proceedings against Schwartzenberger ruled Wednesday.
The search for a missing Williston businessman on Lake Metigoshe has been complicated by dense vegetation in the lake, according to officials with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.
Williston’s emergency departments will be getting an upgraded communications system and new radios to go with it, after an emergency purchase of just over $744,000 was unanimously approved during Tuesday night’s Williston City Commission meeting.
Attorneys for McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger will be allowed to depose the former special prosecutor in the case, as well as other state officials, the Special Commissioner handling the removal proceedings against Schwartzenberger ruled Wednesday.
Thunderstorms are a possibility at scattered points through the weekend, but forecasters said it was not an overly promising pattern so far as breaking the dry conditions that have put a chokehold on crops for most dryland farmers.
A man accused of gross sexual imposition and conspiracy to commit murder told police he was trying to protect the victim from another man when he “fake raped” her.
The Fargo VA Health Care System and Veterans Benefits Administration will host a Veterans Town Hall and Claims Clinic on Thursday in the Old Armory, located at 320 First Ave. E.

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