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A new program at the Williston Community Library is partnering with local businesses to get people reading.
If range management has a holy grail, it would probably be akin to an idea lifted from a Jonathan Swift quote in Gulliver’s Travels.
A man accused of threatening a woman who had a restraining order against him bought a pistol and told the woman he’d done so in a letter, according to police.
The Williston City Commission voted unanimously at Tuesday's meeting to amend the city's ordinance regulating the use of sidewalk space around businesses.
A new year for Williston State College’s nursing program is starting with a new instructor, new equipment and a new location.
A decision Wednesday by the International Trade Commission to lift tariffs on Canadian newsprint drew praise from media companies.
A weed that has been devastating to agriculture in southern and midwestern regions of the nation has been found for the first time in the southeast quadrant of North Dakota.
Unseasonably cold temperatures Monday may have made it seem that summer is over. But like Mark Twain, rumors of summer’s death are much exaggerated.
A respected historian will be visiting Williston this week to give a presentation on the Fur Trade era.
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but an upcoming event aims to show people the fun side of having lunch.
Community members, business owners and city leaders met Monday to discuss potential changes to the city's liquor license ordinance.
Buying into the Bakken isn’t rocket science. It’s just good economics.
Colder weather has drop-kicked the West Nile virus mosquito population, according to area trap counts, but the few pests that remain continue to test positive for the disease.
A jury Friday awarded two people $195,000 for an easement a utility company used to build a power transmission line.
Cover crops are catching on in Williams County, and the Soil Conservation District’s new cover crop machine is getting pretty busy.
The 13th annual Discount Bedding Fair is being held September 4 through 6 in the Liston Room at CHI St. Alexius Williston. The annual event is a major fundraiser for the Hospital Auxiliary, and has helped to raise over $35,000…
The Williston Community Library is preserving and promoting history with the help of a popular annual event.
A lot of people start collections when they start geocaching. Angie Westphal’s collection, however, has become the geocaches themselves.
Police say a 25-year-old man was found in a teenage girl’s bed this week, and that the man had nude photos of the girl.
In an emotional plea Friday, a woman begged a judge not to lower the bond for a man she says has been stalking and threatening her for years.

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