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Citing comments it claimed were “inappropriate, unprofessional and potentially discriminatory, the school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 reprimanded superintendent Michael Campbell on Thursday.
By Nick Simonson Blaze orange is the color that binds us as hunters at this time of year. While we all may don the most visible shade known to man to let members of our hunting parties, or those in…
SEE YOUR BREATH! It was a chilly evening on stand last night and those conditions will persist today, minus the snow flurries. In what will be the calmest and coolest stretch of weather for a while, tonight may be your…
“Sometimes your leg falls off,” Josh Sundquist said as he shrugged, “It happens sometimes.”
The Bureau of Land Management’s lengthy permitting process has cost North Dakota an estimated 1,000 jobs in lost oil and gas opportunities.
A man accused of firing a round in a Williston apartment complex after a confrontation with angry neighbors was released from the county jail this week.
As the sounds of martial percussion at the end of “As the Caissons Go Rolling Along” started to fade, Nicole Rumppe waved her arm, signaling a stop.
A man crashed into a stranger’s garage in Alexander, then had trouble cooperating with deputies, authorities in McKenzie County say.
Montana has scored a $200 million dollar deal to sell its beef on the Chinese market, one that will come with an up-to-$100 million investment in a processing plant In its state.
The community of Fairview will get into the holiday mood by holding its traditional bridge lighting ceremony Sunday.
SIDNEY — Rick Norby is looking forward to his second term as the mayor of Sidney.
A man admitted to an officer that he took more than $1,500 worth of items from a Williston store without paying for them on Friday night, police say.
Construction on North Dakota Highway 1804 east of Williston will be winding down during the winter months, the North Dakota Department of Transportation says.
A public open house to gather input on transportation planning is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Williston Community Library.
A Watford City man was found under the influence of drugs and sleeping in his parked car while his 3-year-old son played in the front seat, police say.
A man who police said played a role in a home-invasion robbery pleaded guilty on Monday, but received no jail time as a result of a plea agreement.
A man from Crosby has been charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting a man in Noonan early Tuesday morning.
A Montana man walked out of a Williston store with more than $1,000 in unpaid merchandise early Friday morning, police say.
By Nick Simonson Like most states in the upper Midwest, North Dakota’s firearms deer season is designed to span the most likely stretch of the rutting period, which usually happens during the month of November. However, unlike a lot of…
NDG&F Dept. Release Nonprofit organizations that are eligible to receive big game hunting licenses in 2018, must have the application submitted to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department no later than Jan. 1 Deputy director Scott Peterson said as…


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