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Woman accused of threats with knife
Williston Public School District No. 1 wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to look at the school bond issue. So instead of making people come out to them, they went out to the people.
North Dakota’s oil and gas industry did not miss the state’s gas capture target in September after all, but did exceed them in October, according to revised figures from the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources Oil and Gas Division.
Fort Union, Williams County FSA and the Sidney USDA-ARS unit were among federal agencies in the area that were closed Monday, after Congress failed to reach an agreement Friday to extend appropriations.
WATFORD CITY — This indoor carnival looked at first like any other. Kids tossed footballs, threw darts to pop balloons, bowled for prizes, and jumped in bounce houses.
“The future is looking very bright for us.”
Brad Bekkedahl, a Williston city commissioner and state senator, asks everyone he knows who recently flew to Williston whether they were on a full plane.
The board for Williston Public School District No. 1 wants a better idea of what their superintendent is supposed to do. So they’re looking at job descriptions from other school districts.
TransCanada has secured enough shipping orders to build the Keystone XL pipeline, although a press release from the company stops short of saying the line will definitely be built.
The prosecution has withdrawn its objection to an expert witness scheduled to testify in an upcoming murder trial, but several other issues remain before a judge.
Two people pleaded guilty Friday to drug charges that came about after their home was robbed in July.
It has been a little more than a year now since one of the state’s largest oil spills in active water was discovered in the Ash Coulee Creek, a tributary of the Little Missouri River.
The importance of NAFTA to agriculture and energy continues to be a big talking point on the Hill, even as president Donald Trump told a Reuters reporter that he “may terminate” the free trade agreement.
A judge has ordered a man serving 10 years for manslaughter to pay more than $400,000 to the family of the man he admitted killing.
A judge dismissed four felony charges stemming from an alleged theft in September against a 22-year-old man after a preliminary hearing Tuesday.
The youngsters at Hagan got to meet some local favorites Thursday.
What’s a skunk to do when you’ve got P.U.?” the children sing as they jump and shake their tails. They don’t have the tails on yet, but the costumes will be in place by the time the show opens Friday.
A research project looking into carbon storage was the site of a produced water spill, state regulators say, after cold weather led to a valve failure on a tank that contained some leftover produced water. The spill was discovered Saturday…


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