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Williston police responded to a crash Wednesday after a officers attempted a traffic stop.
Chris Brostuen and Tate Cymbaluk, two of the Williston City Commissioners whose seats are on the ballot this year, have announced they’ll be running for re-election.
A Bakken Elementary teacher died unexpectedly Wednesday morning, stunning the school community.
The McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office says an investigation into a shooting resulted in an arrest for possession of child pornography.
The city’s airport has good profit margins and good load factors, according to Williston’s consultant from Trillion Aviation Mike Bown.
Two ice jams about 7 miles long and 1.5 miles wide, have backed up water onto several thousand acres of farmland along the Yellowstone River in the Savage, Montana area, and inundated an area north of Richland Park near Sidney.…
The meeting Monday night between Williston Public School District No. 1 and Williams County Public School District No. 8 settled at least one thing — the districts plan to meet again.
A man accused of shooting and killing someone in July will be allowed to get a new public defender, a judge ruled Tuesday.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and lately this issue has been publicized nationally with multiple allegations against powerful individuals. According to the Department of Justice, sexual assault is, "any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the…
District 1 will go ahead and submit a loan application to the state for a building project that voters rejected at the polls, mainly to keep all potential options on the table as it decides what to do about crowding…
A report intended to help clarify who owns which minerals under Lake Sakakawea has been delayed for 30 days, to give the consultant more time to determine the ordinary high water mark of the Missouri River channel, before Lake Sakakawea…
Two men are facing multiple theft charges after police say they stole thousands of dollars worth of copper wire along with other items.
A teacher at a Williston private school has been charged with three counts of gross sexual imposition.
An Alberta clipper sailed past the Williston area, and left a pile of heavy, wet snow in its wake.
Montana has a new pea of its very own, specifically adapted to the state and its short growing season, thanks to agronomist Dr. Chengci Chen, the Eastern Area Agriculture Research Center’s director.
On Monday, the board for the school district with the largest enrollment in Williams County will meet with the board for the school district that covers the largest area.
The snow Friday led many, but not all, schools in Williams County to close.
A lawyer representing a man accused of a July murder has asked to withdraw from the case.
A law that would punish sites that knowingly help sex traffickers is something U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., has spent several years pushing for, and she got her wish Wednesday.
Four ladies who’d never made gumbo before decided to take a chance on the first annual Bras for a Cause Gumbo Cookoff. They were a first-place hit, and so was the event, which has continued to grow bigger and stronger,…


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