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The Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center will be celebrating its 15th anniversary on Sunday.
The future of glyphosate and chlorpyrifos, two pesticides used throughout the MonDak, seem uncertain after two separate court cases last week involving the chemicals.
The owner of a construction company called Williston’s decision to terminate its contract "unbelievable" and said his company had done nothing wrong.
The Williston Energy Festival is energizing the community for the fourth year in a row.
Medical marijuana is one step closer to coming to Williston, after the state released a draft application for dispensaries in the region.
North Dakota has 27,000 miles of gathering lines in the ground, a majority of which are not actually designed for electronic leak detection. That’s because the nature of gathering lines themselves presents particularly difficult design issues when it comes to…
The James Memorial Library invites the public for an evening of food and fellowship at their annual barbecue.
Projects are underway at the Fort Union National Historic Site to preserve, document and excavate artifacts from the late 1800s.
Knocking on doors and talking to people has been the order of the day for the three Democratic candidates for state legislature, as they work to get their candidacy for the state legislature’s District 1 Senate and House seats known.
One of the most important things you can bring to any appointment with your Healthcare Provider is a good working knowledge of your personal and family medical history. When you first meet a new Physician or Advanced Practice Clinician, their…
A Scope Salute, before anything else, has to go out to everyone involved, past and present, in the Miss North Dakota Scholarship Organization, Inc., as they ready to send yet another young lady to Atlantic City, seeking the coveted crown…
It would cost Williston Public School District No. 1 about the same amount to build a new school that would add space for 600 students as it would to rebuild a school, a decision that would add space for about…
Less than two weeks after being offered a contract as assistant superintendent, Jay Eitner is no longer working at Williston Public School District No. 1.
Despite recent setbacks, Williston Basin international Airport is committed to opening October 10, 2019.
Watford City — along with most of western North Dakota — has no radar coverage below 10,000 feet, but an official with the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration said even additional coverage might not have been able to give enough…
A teenage boy called police Thursday to say he had shot himself in the leg, which eventually led to five people being arrested.
When it comes to building or renovating schools in North Dakota, school districts pretty much only have one option — property taxes.
The annual Guns and Hoses game celebrates its 50th year in Williston.
The state is pursuing numerous fines against an oilfield waste facility in McKenzie County that lost its permit last year after the North Dakota Industrial Commission determined the company had failed to clean up illegally dumped wastes in a timely…
At a special meeting held Thursday afternoon, the Williston City Commission voted to terminate the contract of J.M. Marshuetz, the contractor hired to construct the taxiway at the new Williston Basin International Airport.


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