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A valve that was left open resulted in the release of 50 barrels of brine from a well site owned by Equinor Energy, located 6 miles northeast of Williston.
The North Dakota Supreme Court dismissed part of the appeal of a McKenzie County vape shop owner accused of drug charges on Friday, Feb. 22, without ruling on whether a substance derived from hemp is a controlled substance.
A man facing both felony charges and an allegation he violated his probation in a previous case will still be held without bond, a judge ruled Friday, Feb. 22.
Whether your thumb is green, brown or black, Handy Andy's Nursery in Williston has been committed to helping residents learn the fundamentals of gardening by hosting a variety of workshops for adults. After heavy public interest, the nursery has expanded…
A Bakken consortium of companies aiming to stop pipeline leaks altogether is attracting out-of-state, out-of-Bakken interest. The iPIPE consortium recently accepted its first out-of-state member, DCP Midstream, a Colorado-based subsidiary of Phillips 66.
The school board for Williams County Public School District No. 8 is planning to decide next week whether to hold a bond referendum this spring to pay for new schools.
The Williston Downtowners Association will have a change in leadership in the coming months as Executive Director Louise Skaare has announced her plans to step down from the organization.
March is National Reading Month, and the Williston Community Library is kicking the month off by celebrating one of the world's most influential authors.
As Williston continues to grow, more young people in the workforce are striving to flourish in their professional careers, and the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce is offering a helping hand with a new committee.
A recent outbreak of 127 measles cases scattered across 10 states has caught national attention, but, closer to home, there have been two cases of another vaccine-preventable disease in the measles-mumps-rubella complex in Williams County — the mumps.
Tioga police say a man crashed a stolen SUV into a gas station, held an employee at knife point and eventually fled in another stolen vehicle.
For close to a century, hundreds of people have filled First Lutheran Church in Williston for an yearly tradition that puts a Norwegian delicacy in the spotlight: lutefisk.
A day at school can be long, and even more so if a student is distracted by being hungry.
The soil samples are in and the survey says … wheat midge populations have taken a beating, likely thanks to two years of drought.
More than three years after Williams County opened a new building for its highway department, the owners of a Glasgow, Montana, brewery have made an offer to buy the old building.
A judge said Tuesday, Feb. 19, that he didn’t think a 62-year-old man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 3-year-old girl was a predator, but that he didn’t think the man was taking full responsibility for what he’d done.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is planning a safety corridor on U.S. Highway 85 through Arnegard, including adding some first-in-the-state features.
On Monday, Feb. 25, a student will represent Williston High School at the state Poetry Out Loud: National Recitation Contest in Bismarck.
Calling all artists! Do you love to paint, draw or sculpt? Do you want to share your work with the world, but don't have a platform? If the answer is yes, then the James Memorial Art Center has an upcoming…
A field in Chouteau County three years ago helped researchers spot a troubling trend in the region. Soil so acidic that it is causing crop failure. The problem has since been found in as many as 20 Montana counties, as…


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