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With recent cold weather, it certainly doesn’t feel like summer is around the corner. But as temperatures warm up, we’ll begin attending more barbecues, weddings and trips to the beach or cabin. Many of these social gatherings revolve around food…
Williams County may be joining other North Dakota counties that use brine to control dust and de-ice roads in the winter.
Upper Missouri Ministries has been providing scholarships to youth in the area for many years, and thanks to a donation from a local foundation, many more children will be able to benefit from that generosity.
A 323-acre portion of the proposed Northstar Center has been sold to its creditor for $11.55 million.
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization recommend that infants be exclusively breastfed for about the first six months of their lives. However, the organizations’ recommendations differ slightly in regard to how long women should continue breastfeeding…
BISMARCK — Sculptor Gary Greff will have first-time state funding this summer to help maintain his sculptures along the Enchanted Highway in western North Dakota.
MILNOR — An investigation of a Ransom County man's death was shielded from public knowledge for months while a potential killer was on the run and the family of a man found shot to death in his home had to…
BISMARCK — North Dakota's lieutenant governor expressed confidence Tuesday, May 7, that the upcoming census will produce a more accurate result after the last headcount struggled with a deluge of oil workers and other residents.
The Williston police have issued an arrest warrant for a man they say fired a gun during an argument in an apartment building Sunday, May 5.
A man who was attacked early Saturday morning outside a bar in downtown Williston has died, and police are investigating.
Dear Doctor: Our granddad went through a really hard time after our grandmother died last summer. He turned into a hermit. Now he’s set on getting a dog, which our mom thinks is a bad idea because of all the…
Routine wellness exams are essential for women who want to maintain and/or improve their health. Women may not be familiar with all of the screening options that can keep them on the right track.
The City of Williston is celebrating Economic Development Week, showcasing all the great things that are happening in the business community.
A portion of what was to be the Northstar Center will land on the auction block Tuesday, May 6.
Produced water spill reported in western North Dakota
WEST OF GRAND FORKS — The sun is barely tickling the horizon, but the prairie already is alive with sound on this crisp April morning.
North Dakota is courting the petrochemical industry with a new tax incentive aimed at adding value to the state’s abundant natural gas supply.
FARGO — Kelly Kerber didn’t have to go far to find a job. She was in the second of three years of post-medical school training when she was offered a job as an internal medicine physician.
BISMARCK — The chairman of the North Dakota legislative committee that keeps tabs on the state auditor's work worried Monday, May 6, that new mandates imposed on the office may be a case of lawmaker micromanagement.
North Dakota has seen a small swell of storytelling on screen in recent years, but none of it filmed here.


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