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The two school districts that serve Williston are moving forward with a collaboration by asking residents of both districts what they want to see.
Bob Skarphol had message for the dozens of people who were jammed into the Williston City Commission meeting chamber Wednesday night: What he was proposing wasn’t going to happen overnight.
After an apartment fire took everything, the local art community rallied to support a young artist.
A local charity organization is showing just how versatile bras can be when it comes to providing support.
The Williams County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a woman last seen in rural Williams County.
Greg Hennessy, the attorney representing Heartbreakers bar, said Wednesday that he believes his client is being unfairly targeted, and claims information provided to him by the city attorney does not match what was given to the Williston City Commission.
Citing liquor violations and incomplete licensing paperwork, a second liquor establishment’s license is now in jeopardy.
During a bond hearing Wednesday afternoon, a 28-year-old man strongly denied accusations that he threatened to kill a woman.
Even as North Dakota is heading into a new legislative session, various groups are putting together data that will be used to make one case or another when it comes to how the state distributes tax revenues from oil.
As the deadline to call a special election in early January approaches, the school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 is working to find a plan that the public will approve.
Two establishments in Williston lost their liquor licenses at Tuesday's City Commission Meeting.
A 27-year-old man has been accused of causing more than $30,000 in damage to a facility owned by the company that owns the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Williston Community Library is kicking off a new club to give crafters in the community a place to create, learn and share their knowledge.
Unexplained production costs that have been deducted from some mineral owners’ royalty checks are sparking the possible formation of a new group, the Williston Basin Royalty Owners Association. There will be an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10…
The school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 unveiled on Monday four options for dealing with overcrowding ranging in cost from $37.5 million to $68 million.
A man has been charged with sending explicit photos of himself to two teenage girls using the photo-sharing app Snapchat.
It has become nearly impossible these days to turn on a television without running into one or another partisan screaming match.
The Williston Downtowners Association's Main Street Market is closing up after another successful season.
As Director of Economic Development, it's Shawn Wenko's job to sell potential developers and business owners on the benefits of setting up shop in Williston. Now, he's found a new way to connect those individuals with the people who have…
Strange footsteps. Mysterious shadows. A piano that plays by itself. What spirits lurk in the James Memorial Library? A group from Minot is trying to find some answers.

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