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According to a report from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, fireworks were responsible for an estimated 11,100 injuries in 2016, with 68 percent of those occurring around the time of Fourth of July.
Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger released a report Thursday that taxable sales have increased in North Dakota by nearly 10 percent for the first quarter of 2018, and by over 33 percent in Williston alone.
The Senate’s version of the Farm Bill sailed past the finish line Thursday afternoon 86 to 11, despite a few squalls along the way.
School might not be in session right now, but there is plenty of work for Williston Public School District No. 1’s new superintendent.
Terry Gaudreau has been selling fireworks in Williston for nearly 40 years, but this year's sales take on special significance for him.
The dream of bringing food trucks to Williston is one more vote from the City Commission away from becoming a reality.
It’s an experience that can’t be had in Washington D.C., and one that can have a significant impact on the regulations that affect farmers every day. The annual North Dakota Grain Growers E-tour brings high-level EPA officials from D.C. to…
A 36-year-old Arnegard man is facing multiple charges after police say he resisted arrest and tried to swallow a bag of methamphetamine that had been found on him.
A 35-year-old man is being held on $150,000 bond after police say he strangled and raped a woman last week.
By Mitch Melberg
There was what looked like a serious anhydrous ammonia spill by the railyard in Williston today, but it was only a drill, part of continued efforts to test the combined emergency response of all the entities that would be involved…
There wasn’t even a passing thought in Bria Parkinson’s mind that she should cancel her Lemonade Day stand because of the rain weekend before last on Lemonade Day.
A mainstay event of summer is returning to Williston once again, thanks to volunteers, who have worked to put together a fireworks presentation for the Fourth of July. For years, Williston residents enjoyed the annual Fourth of July fireworks display…
She has been a leader in efforts to solve the job crunch in the West, and she’ll be continuing to work on the problem, but in a new capacity.
For the fourth year in a row, Williston residents will be rocking on Main. Summer Nights on Main kicks off on Thursday, and the public will have a lot to look forward to each week on Thursday night throughout the…
Dozens gathered to remember the life of Earle Dodd, longtime Williston resident, Saturday at the James Memorial Library. Dodd passed away in April at 93, and while the occasion for the gathering was somber, the mood of those present was…
A thunderstorm Saturday afternoon inundated the intersection of W. Dakota Parkway and Second Avenue with water between 6 to 12 inches deep, prompting Williston police to assist in directing traffic.
An estimated 70 new businesses sprang up around Williston this year for the annual Lemonade Day, manned by 207 young entrepreneurs with cool and colorful themes to display, as well as lots of fun lemonade flavors to buy and try.
Police have released the name of a man found dead in a building where two shots were fired Sunday afternoon during a police standoff. The man’s name was Tobias Lingle. He was 43 years old.
The Williston police have 16th Avenue blocked off between 42nd Street West and 53rd Street West after a shot was fired there Sunday afternoon.


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