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UNDERHILL & OVERHILL. Sunset comes earlier and earlier, and we’re still five weeks out from the solstice. While this makes an after-work trip into the field less and less likely, it does mean you can pop right out for that…
It’s time to trade in the work boots and uniforms for a suit or gown in honor of a good cause benefiting CHI St. Alexius in Williston.
The event was started five years ago by a group of friends at Buster’s Bar who wanted to help people in Williston who were diagnosed with cancer. Now, the Bras for a Cause Organization has raised over $250,000 to date…
Nearly 250 Williston Herald readers contributed more than 1,700 items to the Williston Salvation Army food pantry this fall.
Despite news this week that new rules proposed by the state health department could delay the availability of medical marijuana to North Dakotans by up to a year, officials in Williams County are working on how to regulate the possible…
SIDNEY — Plant growth hormones might do more than just prime roots for growth. Some of them might also raise up natural defensive shields against pests and pathogens, helping the plant fight them off on its own. That in turn…
The state’s Board of University and School Lands is continuing to lay a foundation for the claims it has been making over the past decade or so to disputed mineral rights under the lakebed of Sakakawea.
Charges against a manwho was accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage girl and taking explicit photographs of her were dismissed this week.
US FWS Press Release In a continuing effort to increase access to hunting and fishing on public lands, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced a final rule to open or expand opportunities across 132,000 acres on 10 national…
NDG&F Dept. Press Release The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is reminding deer hunters to keep in mind the Sportsmen Against Hunger program this fall. While this year’s deer proclamation allows only one deer gun license per hunter, families…
COLOR UP! Alright, there’s been a lot of gray skies, white flakes, and beige cover on the Daily Edge, leaving things a bit monochromatic as of late, so let today’s installment serve as a reminder that you can color up…
It is the third time in four years that Montana Dakota Utilities has requested a natural gas rate increase in North Dakota, and that is part of the reason why the North Dakota chapter of AARP has filed to intervene…
Roxane Cartwright never met Angela Emos in person.
Expect to do more snow shoveling this weekend. Although tomorrow’s forecast calls for brilliant sunshine, Wednesday and Thursday will bring snow and temperatures in the low 20s.
Monday kicked off a month of events at Williston State College designed to honor local veterans.
For adults, death can be a confusing concept, but for children, a lack of experience and knowledge leaves them unprepared to deal with the traumatic loss of someone they love.
Police have released the identity of a woman killed Friday in a crash on a
The second concert in the Williston Concert Association season is tonight at 7:30 at Bakken Elementary and features Roy and Rosemary, a pair of instrumentalists noted for both their carefully arranged renditions of soundtrack standards and their ability to improvise…
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 Montana man walked out of a Williston store with more than $1,000 in unpaid merchandise early Friday morning, police say.

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