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Jacqueline Ott watches the grass grow, and finds it is much more interesting than the cliche of old makes it out to be.
TRENTON — In Trenton on Wednesday, spring cleaning wasn’t just hauling unused items out of a garage or dusting the living room, it was clearing up nearly 19 miles of road.
A week after the end of the 2017 Legislative session, western North Dakota lawmakers are happy with what was accomplished, even as they look ahead to what will need to be in the next session in 2019.
A woman known to clients as “Mama” who authorities say ran a large-scale drug operation in Williston and other western states was sentenced to 17 years in federal prison this week.
A special commissioner who is presiding over removal proceedings against McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger will decide in coming days whether to recommend dropping allegations against the sheriff.
Long before it was cool to “frack” the Bakken, Monte Besler was sure it ought to be done, and done well. He recalls telling his high school classmate Lynn Helms — long before Helms became the state’s top oil and…
A federal spending bill for the remainder of 2017 is in, and it is without virtually any of the agriculture spending cuts President Donald Trump had envisioned, whether in his request for cuts to discretionary 2017 spending, or his budget…
The Belle Fourche leak is prompting the state to focus anew on landslide-prone areas that intersect with pipelines, even as the Department of Mineral Resources was preparing to boost the speed of its landslide mapping efforts with a newly acquired…
An attorney for McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger says that allegations against him don’t rise to the level of severity that state law requires for removal of an elected official, and that removal proceedings against him should be dropped.
Is Sen. Heitkamp on our side?
A deal has been inked that would grant North Dakota up to $15 million in federal funding to help reimburse the state for law enforcement costs it incurred during the Dakota Access pipeline protests.
A man from Williston who prosecutors say beat and shot at a woman in his home last year will serve no prison time.
MISSOURI-YELLOWSTONE CONFLUENCE — Chairs were placed in jovial circles with fishermen hard at work on their paddlefishing gear at a camper city sprung up practically overnight at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri River near the Montana-North Dakota border.
A man who pleaded guilty to causing an August crash that killed three family members was sentenced Monday to five years in prison.
A fire Sunday morning damaged a Williston home, but no one was hurt in the blaze.
ABERDEEN, S.D. — The Williston Herald won a total of 29 awards — eight advertising, 20 news and one overall — on Friday during the North Dakota Newspaper Association annual conference.
Familiarity with the roles they were recently appointed to has helped ease the transition for McKenzie County State’s Attorney Chas Neff Jr. and Watford City Police Chief Shawn Doble.
Students at Lewis and Clark Elementary celebrated the passage of time with the seasons at the 25th annual Readersville event on Friday.
Contract negotiations are ongoing with two engineering firms that were selected to serve as project manager for the construction of Williston’s new airport.


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