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Roughneck Coffee has debuted in Williston, and the buzz it's creating is from more than just caffeine.
A house of learning became a house of worship, and a century later parishioners are celebrating an important milestone.
A repeal of Waters of the U.S. is among features of the U.S. House of Representative Farm Bill that Congressman Kevin Cramer believes North Dakota farmers will like, as well as fixes he was able to introduce to address problems…
A tiny pest known as the wheat stem sawfly can lay a wheat field over in short order, resulting in millions of dollars of loss. In Montana alone, the loss is upwards of $25 million dollars, but this native villain…
The Dakota Access pipeline began life mired in controversy, but has nonetheless proven to be a game changer for the Bakken, oil industry leaders and state regulators say.
After the 4-H market animal auction today at the Upper Missouri Valley Fair, young 4-H’ers will have to decide what animal they’re going to raise to show at next year’s fair.
Among the fine print in the repeal of the Waters of the U.S. rule passed by the U.S. House of Representatives the first week in June is language aimed at improving access to fishing at Lake Sakakawea.
There was a common refrain Thursday in downtown Williston, from business owners to city and state officials — the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that states could force online retailers to collect sales tax will level the playing field for local…
Part of Main Street will be getting a facelift this summer with the addition of bike lanes.
From Spartansburg, South Carolina, to San Diego, California, and all points in between, empty bowls have been making an appearance for a worthy cause. Feeding the hungry.
A surveyor is still trying to determine which boundaries are correct and which are incorrect in a subdivision just outside of Williston.
It just wouldn't be the Upper Missouri Valley Fair without 4-H.
Williston police were searching Wednesday afternoon for an 11-year-old boy who had been reported missing.
The Northwest Narcotics Task Force arrested a man Monday and has accused him of having 78 grams — about 2 3/4 ounces — of methamphetamine.
Williams County is going to appeal a judge’s ruling that it owes more than $1.3 million to companies that leased mineral rights.
In the early 60s, just before leaving for college, Wayne Berry, of Williston, seeded a couple of strips of ranch land in Richland County with smooth brome and crested wheatgrass.
The Upper Missouri Valley Fairgrounds buzzed with activity Tuesday afternoon as workers put up rides for the midway, but today is when the real action starts.
A judge on Tuesday kept the bond for a teacher accused of sexually assaulting students at $70,000, even with three new charges pending.
West Nile has arrived early in North Dakota this year, with the state reporting its first human case of infection for the season, and Williston Vector Control reporting its first C. tarsalis in mosquito traps.
Raindrops were falling on their heads — and they kept falling. But that didn’t mean there was crying on Lemonade Day. The show went on for many of the Lemonade Day stands, as did the smiles. Much bigger than any…


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