LeeAnn Clark can’t imagine having faced the death of her mother without the support of hospice, but unless the program raises $150,000, other people will have to do just that.
Sloulin Field is set for drastic redevelopment following the completion of the Williston Basin International Airport, but those plans hinge on community input.
A plan for road improvements in the Williston area calls for as many as 13 roundabouts, mostly in the western and northern parts of the city.
Horticulture students at Williston High School don’t mind dirt on their hands, in fact, the addition of the greenhouse has sprouted unexpected program and community outreach opportunities.
The first time Chad Prather was on television, he was 2 years old, but he liked hamming it up as much as the audience enjoyed watching it. Prather has been tapped as the headline entertainer for the MonDak Ag Days…
An arrest warrant has been issued for a Watford City woman who police say withheld food and water from a puppy and kept the animal in a kennel that appeared too small.
Chancellor of the North Dakota University System Mark Hagerott said the board of higher education will not entertain a president search for Williston State College until the legislative session concludes, but has been thrilled with the direction acting President John…
Sheep production hasn’t gotten much play in the MonDak, but it is a growing concern. It can offer some attractive economics in a low cattle price environment, which is attracting more producers to it.
A dry-erase board within Wilkinson Elementary was inscribed with seemingly random words and dates — but for paraprofessional Holly Stefonowicz, it charted the progress one of her previously non-verbal special needs students.
A plan that would set development, zoning and road construction priorities for the next two decades could go before the Williston City and Williams County commissions as early as the middle of March.
Last year was the second warmest year on record for North Dakota and its fifth wettest. Montana meanwhile had its third warmest year on record and its 18th wettest.
From May to June, she labors, laying as many as 1,500 eggs that two to three weeks later will hatch into starving larvae, hungry for a dish of lovely pea roots. She is the pea leaf weevil, and just one…
SIDNEY — It was a year that had its close calls, but in the end there were enough big, beautiful beets to pay the bills, and that’s what mattered to this first-time grower for Sidney Sugars.
Legislators voted down a bill this week that would have set aside millions promised by the state to Williston’s new airport, but city officials say the defeat isn’t likely to mean disaster for the project.
City and county officials are hosting a public input meeting tonight to collect suggestions on road and transportation improvement and to provide updates on roads projects in the works for Williston and Williams County.
Kiley Skor was one of the many Williston residents surprised Tuesday by a Val-e-gram from the Williston High School vocal jazz choir.
The Bridger Pipeline Company has been fined $1 million for a 2015 crude oil spill that got into the Yellowstone River and threatened the Glendive water supply — more than the total for all monetary penalties collected by the Montana…
The Williston City Commission unanimously accepted the resignation of Williston Airport Director Steven Kjergaard at its meeting Tuesday evening, but his parting shouldn’t impede the construction of the Williston Basin International Airport, city officials said.
A holiday blizzard brought a white Christmas to western North Dakota, but the blowing, fast-falling snow also created hazards for emergency responders and residents suffering from pressing medical conditions.
The Divide County Sheriff’s office is reporting an active shooter in Crosby.