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SIDNEY — Activity is at a higher level than usual during this time of year at Sidney Sugars.
FORT UNION — New people are moving in, and longtime residents are scared of the way things are changing, fearing violence and disruption to the way they’ve lived for decades.
Annexation has expanded Williston’s city limits over the last several years, leading to a situation where the boundaries of the school districts that serve the city no longer line up with city limits.
Three men already accused of burglary and theft have been charged with more offenses, including stealing guns and shooting at a parked car.
As John Bisbee got the attention of the more than 70 students in the Williston High School wind ensemble, he had a simple directive for them.
Police charged two people with a string of thefts from cabins at Blacktail Dam recreation site earlier this month as well as animal neglect.
Life has a way of turning full circle when least expected, and there was just such a moment at the economic development banquet Thursday night. That’s when Dr. Loye Ashton had a touching moment with a certain young man who…
Applications for the Zach Anderson Memorial Wrestling Scholarship, are being accepted through Nov. 1. The scholarship, which awards $1,000 to male or female athletes who are seniors in high school through juniors in college, was set up to honor the…
When people flush a toilet, they just expect it will work. That simple expectation became a big problem for Williston, however, when the oil boom brought vastly more people than their three-lagoon system was designed to handle.
For decades, Fort Union served as a destination for Europeans and Native American tribes traveling — and trading — along the Upper Missouri River.
Workers used 12,000 cubic yards of concrete, but it was oil that really built the new Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Missouri River south of Williston.
Questions from developers outside of Williston have continued coming into the city’s Economic Development office, and those questions helped guide the topics at this year’s Williston Economic Development Summit. And those topics were lightning rods that drew questions throughout the…
People came out Thursday evening in a vigil at the Williston Trinity Christian School to honor Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, a Fargo woman whose body was found Sunday. LaFontaine-Greywind was a member of the Spirit Lake tribe. About 40 people attended.
A Watford City man was being held Wednesday on $7,500 bond after police said a search after a traffic stop found more than an ounce of marijuana.
Crystal balls might be few and far between in Williston, but there is an event that comes as close as humanly possible, and it is continuing today at the Grand Williston Hotel.
WATFORD CITY — The Rough Rider Center cuts an impressive figure against a blue sky, as does its next door neighbor and ad hoc partner, the Watford City High School. The two facilities are an example of the magic that…
Students in the Culinary Arts program at Williston High School hope to raise money so they can cook around the world — or at least as far as Orlando, Florida.
The Williston Rural Fire Department held its annual barbecue fundraiser to raise money United Way. The firefighters offered a lunch that included burgers and brats for a suggested donation of $5. The barbecue marks the start of Williston’s annual United…
Spinning discs fly as sixth graders from Bakken Elementary School spent Wednesday morning tossing Frisbees at Harmon Park. Physical education teacher Shane Wahlstrom explained that the school has so many kids sharing the gym, that whenever the weather is good,…
Two Williston women have organized a candlelight vigil for Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, the 22-year-old woman whose body was found Sunday in Fargo after she had been missing for eight days.

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