KTGO Local Headlines

www.willistonherald.com - RSS Results in section(s) news,news/* only for asset type(s) of article
Subscribe to KTGO Local Headlines feed
State officials want your input on the future of parks in North Dakota.
A woman has been charged with burglary, aggravated assault and simple assault after police say she pushed her way into someone’s apartment and then used a crutch to hit them.
c.2017, Dey Street$16.99 / $21.00 Canada231 pages
The Alva J. Field Memorial Trust scholarship program has given out more than $6 million since 2009, according to the trust’s administrator.
The family has announced the winner of the Zach Anderson Memorial Scholarship for 2018.
The continued operation of both the Fort Peck Dam and the Glendive Intake Diversion Dam are violations of the Endangered Species Act, according to the latest motion from Defenders of Wildlife, and neither can be allowed to continue operating as…
Think of that toy xylophone you might have seen in elementary school, but this thing is huge — about the size of a dining room table. Now add a few dozen metal tubes underneath the “table,” and each metal tube…
A judge has restricted the communications of a man accused of murder at least through his trial, but decided not to hold him in contempt, like the prosecution had requested.
The students in Williston High School’s new orchestra program couldn’t be more excited. Many of them had given up on playing — but started right back up again once they learned that the school was starting an orchestra.
School officials called it “a learning process for all of us” when the cheerleading coach presented the board with a grievance. Although they accepted the grievance, they denied the request for payment.
Two substantial projects are on the horizon that could be an enormous boost to the state’s gas gathering and processing capacity, which has lately made headlines because the industry’s natural gas infrastructure is nearly out of room.
A judge Thursday denied a request by the prosecution to again delay the trial for a man accused of killing two people in his apartment in May 2016.
Congressman Kevin Cramer is circulating a video of a hearing into modernizing the U.S. Department of Energy among members of the Williston Basin Chapter of the American Petroleum Association, and asking for input and feedback on the topic.
Montana’s fledgling pulse crop program has sent a batch of spring peas to Brawley, California, for winter increase, and should have at least some of them back, and in the ground growing in Montana, by mid-April.
Someday, a school day at Williston High School could mean no textbooks at all, since everything’s done online. And on top of that, any student who doesn’t have a computer will get one, free, from the school.
The music can be heard out in the hallway. The band can be heard practicing the Beatles’ “Come Together.” Then it’s Led Zeppelin’s “What is and What Should Never Be,” followed by a stunning version of Chicago, “25 or 6…
The Williston City Commission approved $50,000 in grants to 20 community organizations at its meeting Tuesday night.
About six months after a discussion of what Williston should do with coffee kiosks started percolating, the City Commission has approved a new ordinance that makes small changes to the rules that were already in place.
Back in the 80s boom, many builders came to Williston, but not all were up to par. And, more often than not, those builders of the moment didn’t stick around to fix the problems they built.
North Dakota took its budget from around $6 billion in expenditures down to $4.3 billion in one year — a precipitous drop fueled by the twin downturns in agriculture and the oil and gas industry.


Contacts and Information

Phone: 701-664-5846

Email: Contact Us

Flag Family Media is an innovative radio broadcasting and on-line website company providing news, weather, information and opinion for North Dakota.