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Members of the Fire and Iron Motorcycle Club hit the road on Saturday, Aug. 24, joined by hundreds of fellow bikers to raise money for some local youth.
Burgum’s policy director hired as West Fargo Public Schools business manager
GRAND FORKS — Despite a growing pile of economic warning signs, there’s no recession yet. And even if there is, observers say, its effects in North Dakota likely will be dampened by the state’s dependency on commodities like oil and…
BISMARCK — Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota said Monday, Aug. 26, it will examine its benefit offerings after other insurers announced plans to blunt the rising cost of insulin for customers with diabetes.
BISMARCK — One of the most debated bills of the 2019 Legislature could be back before North Dakota lawmakers in 2021.
The final pieces are coming together for Williston’s Freedom Monument, which is set to be officially dedicated in the next few weeks.
There will be a public hearing for what could be the state’s first TENORM facility at the Williston ARC at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27.
BISMARCK — Agenda items have been set for the first meeting of North Dakota's Ethics Commission.
MINOT, N.D. — Dr. Logan Wood has been the veterinarian at Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot since May 1.
Testimony is set to begin Tuesday, Aug. 27, in the trial of a 55-year-old man accused of having and selling tens of thousands of dollars worth of drugs.
Members of North Dakota’s Congressional delegation are hailing a $7 billion trade agreement with Japan that they said would result in the sale of more agricultural commodities from the United States to what is the state’s fifth largest trading partner.
E-rase your E-waste organizers have announced the dates for their annual fall collection event: Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6-7, but have also noted a time change for Saturday. That collection will now end at noon mountain time, according to event…
An email filter is being blamed for blocking a majority of 19,000 emails that were sent to the Public Service Commission to press for a public hearing on the expansion of the Dakota Access to from 570,000 to 1.1 million…
Police have identified the 27-year-old man killed when his ATV filled Sunday, Aug. 25, in McKenzie County.
You don’t need a special car or magic phone booth, all you need is a to visit Fort Union Trading Post to take a trip back through time.
So, your kids are in high school. Honestly, you’re already crushing it as a parent, especially if you still have your sanity! Before you celebrate too hard, though, there’s one more thing to think about—college.
In his hands, a fire suddenly blooms, in gently cradled cottonwood fur and wispy snippets of grass.
Soon, the City of Williston staff located in City Hall will relocate to the current/old Public Works and Engineering building on 809 5th Street East once Public Works and Engineering moves into their new facility and the remodel of the…
While having excelled on the gridiron during his college playing days, that momentum carried forward as Williston native Gary Sukut went on to distinguish himself throughout his career and a number of other activities.
The Williston Community Library is getting a much needed face lift, making updates to the facility’s 36-year-old landscaping.

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