KTGO Local Headlines

www.willistonherald.com - RSS Results in section(s) news,news/* only for asset type(s) of article
Subscribe to KTGO Local Headlines feed
In 2010, after years of battling drug addiction, a stint in jail, and the complete loss of hope, David Butler decided he was going to take his own life.
A salt water disposal site is among properties that will be listed in the county’s annual tax foreclosure sale in November. The business is west of the Trenton turnoff about 2 to 3 miles, and located in Round Prairie Township.
The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, a member of the Masonic Family which includes other organizations such as the Shriners, is in danger of becoming a thing of the past in the Williston area.
With one more public meeting left before members will finalize a proposal for a January bond referendum, the Williston Public School District No. 1 board is looking at new, more creative options to pay for new schools.
For 31 years now, Williston has seen a surge in visitors in the fall.
A record of bipartisan work that includes lifting the oil export ban, small bank regulatory reform, and tax credits to help the coal industry are among reasons incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp believes North Dakotans should send her back to Washington…
SIDNEY — A 23-year-old Sidney man has been charged for sexual intercourse without consent and felony sexual assault for alleged relations with a 13-year-old girl during April 2017.
FAIRVIEW — Wayne Berry’s first experience with bale grazing was somewhat unintentional. It was the winter of 2010, 2011, a heavy snow year that included more than one blizzard.
Children at play signs will stay in the county, but new signs at parks will be a uniform parks sign that merely shows children on a teeter totter, rather than verbiage such as, “Slow, Children at Play.”
The Williston Community Library is holding a workshop on a trendy new way to stay organized called Bullet Journaling.
A 27-year-old woman was ordered held Tuesday on $15,000 bond after police say she tried to run away from an officer and forced her way into a home on 14th Avenue West.
A 23-year-old man was acquitted Tuesday of a class A misdemeanor charge of corruption or solicitation of a minor.
A 37-year-old Grenora man was ordered held Tuesday on $100,000 bond after he was arrested early Saturday morning and accused of breaking into two homes, threatening several people and slamming one of them against a wall.
A 37-year-old man is being held on $3,000 bond after police say he hit an officer with his SUV and fled the scene.
In the wake of a successful “Rock the Job Fair” workshop offered by Job ServicesND, feedback from participants indicated high interest in a job interview skills workshop. That has led the Williston office to begin offering a weekly skills workshop…
A man will spend two years on probation after he pleaded guilty to conspiring with his son to offer Williams County jail officials bribes.
A 28-year-old Watford City woman has been charged with spreading bodily fluids that may contain HIV, a class A felony.
After calling it “somewhat lenient,” a judge on Monday accepted a plea deal that will send a 20-year-old man to jail for 90 days for a series of break-ins and thefts in May.
The first of five major gas processing facilities is due to come online in a couple of weeks, and its owner Oasis Petroleum and Midstream Partners gathered stakeholders and community members together for a celebratory tour and ribbon cutting ceremony…
The race for Williams County Sheriff is pitting two longtime lawmen against each other, but their experiences are quite different.

Pages

Contacts and Information

Phone: 701-664-5846

Email: Contact Us

Flag Family Media is an innovative radio broadcasting and on-line website company providing news, weather, information and opinion for North Dakota.