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Confidence and hopes are high from Montana and North Dakota lawmakers that a Farm Bill will be doable not just on time, but with a better version than either the House or Senate’s bill.
"It turned out to be more than I ever dreamed of."
Cara Mund, Miss America 2018, has the support of the Miss North Dakota Scholarship Organization and of dozens of former Miss Americas, but it isn’t clear if she’ll make it the next few weeks until a new Miss America is…
From dozens of new teachers to a new superintendent, to hundreds of new students there are a lot of people starting their first school year in Williston Public School District No. 1.
While Williston has fired the contractor that was constructing Taxiway A because officials said the company was not keeping up with the planned schedule, that doesn’t mean the overall airport project isn’t still on track, city officials said Wednesday.
After weeks spent preparing to go back to the public to ask for a bond to build new schools, Williston Public School District No. 1 has decided to slow the process.
Preliminary property tax statements are headed to Williams County households likely to owe at least $100 or more, but the white statements are not the 2018 tax bill. At least, not yet.
Williams County is looking at a substantial spike in properties that have been delinquent on their taxes for three years in a row, and thus are in danger of being sold to satisfy the debt.
Entertainment Inc!'s new season is full of classics, comedies and community talent.
CHI St. Alexius' biggest event of the year is bringing Big-Top fun to the Bakken.
The Williston City Commission gave approval for fundraising efforts to begin on construction of a new monument honoring area veterans.
The Dakota Prairie Quilt Guild is preparing to show off their hard work at their major event of the season.
A 38-year-old man charged last year with continuous sexual abuse of a child pleaded guilty Monday to a lesser charge.
The Williston Police Department said officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute Sunday and closed part of 11th Street West.
When Williams County Public School District No. 8 opens its new school on Monday, it will already be handling 50 to 60 more students than originally planned.
City leaders requested assistance in securing FEMA certification for the Williston Levee during a recent visit from Senator John Hoeven.
A 47-year-old Watford City woman is accused of charging the restaurant where she worked nearly $5,600 for fraudulent employee meals.
Two Divide County women are facing felony charges after police say they used other people’s checkbooks and credit cards.
The sale of Northstar Center is off, after the owner of the proposed mixed-use development declared bankruptcy and filed for Chapter 11 in the District Court of Arizona at 6 a.m. the day of the sale.
An NDSU professor will be sharing stories from the state at a signing on Sunday.


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