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Arrest warrants were issued Monday for a Williston man and woman who police say kept a small boy strapped to a high chair for hours each day, causing him to suffer developmental delays.
The Williston City Commission will vote Tuesday evening on whether to accept the resignation of Williston Airport Director Steven Kjergaard.
Four people were arrested last week after agents from the Northwest Narcotics Task Force searched the house and apartment of two people who they say are known to sell drugs in Williston.
In early December, U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., was standing in then-President-elect Donald Trump’s Manhattan office, trying to steer the conversation back to the Dakota Access Pipeline.
At least half of all businesses fail within the first five years, for a bevy of reasons, like a deficient business model or lack of capital, according to the Small Business Administration.
FAIRVIEW — Five groups in Fairview pick five people each year for their efforts on behalf of the community, and then they hold a banquet to honor their fabulous five.
A man who was arrested at a motel bar in Williston after police allegedly found more than $160,000 in methamphetamine and heroin in a room where he was staying is facing a number of federal drug charges.
In a technology driven world, access to pornographic material is only a few clicks away, which has posed even harder household conversations than just the birds and the bees. Some who fear the effects of porn have brought the discussion…
Barney Binless has no marketing plan, no storage, and no interest in early pricing, because he’s been burned too often by selling at an early price that turns out to be lower than prices he could have gotten later, if…
Deadly crashes in Williams and McKenzie counties dropped dramatically in 2016 from recent years, and officials say the numbers are a reflection of safer roadways and fewer drivers using them.
Construction work has resumed on the Dakota Access pipeline after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday issued the last remaining easement the company needed to cross under Lake Oahe.
Cover crops were attracting a lot of interest at day one of the 64th annual Hard Spring Wheat Show in Williston, where area growers and producers gathered for two days of saturated learning on everything from soil health to fusarium…
In four days, students at St. Joseph Catholic School in Williston turned from regular children into an assortment of pirates, Lost Boys and clouds — among other roles.
SIDNEY — Food production needs to increase by a factor of 1 to 3 to take care of where population trends appear headed, meanwhile farmers faces more challenges than ever.
An effort to measure the current extent of homelessness in Williston found 41 adults and three children who reported that they were living in unstable conditions or temporary shelters last month.
The owner of a popular Williston restaurant says he temporarily shut down the business last week to reorganize his staff after federal immigration officials took eight employees whose visas were believed to have been expired into custody.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced late Wednesday afternoon that it had granted an easement that will allow the Dakota Access pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe.
Community theater veteran Andrew Kuester found himself out of the spotlight and in a new role this winter.
February is often viewed through rose-colored glasses and three local nonprofits are looking at those warm feelings to make Giving Hearts Day a success.


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