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A judge has ordered a former Williston cab driver to serve six years in prison for raping a woman in 2017.
A 62-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday to sexually assaulting a child last year.
A group of North Dakota farmers and ranchers got the chance to bend the ears of Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross Friday, even as President Donald Trump announced tariffs on $50 billion dollars worth of Chinese products.
April oil production surged ahead unexpectedly, North Dakota’s top oil and gas regulator said Friday, just missing a new record.
People have always had a place where they live and a place where they work, but there is another kind of place — a third place — and Williston is hoping it can create that “third place” in its downtown.
Fresh off a successful, but tight, primary election, state Rep. Patrick Hatlestad and his colleague, David Richter, who is running to replace retiring state Rep. Gary Sukut, were both taking a couple of days off before planning their campaign for…
The race for Williams County Commission District 1 appears to be quite close, and both candidates say that is going to make it an interesting race.
The school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 agreed Thursday to pay $16,415.25 to 11 teachers who argued the district had paid them less than their contracts had originally stated.
A 51-year-old woman is facing felony drug charges after police say they found seven grams of methamphetamine in her home Wednesday.
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Mara McStay is dreaming of Filipino food in Williston, while Jerys Inget is wishing for a shaved ice on a hot day in downtown Williston.
A family friendly magic show and concert on Saturday will will benefit the Williams County Sheriff Deputies Association.
A 44-year-old Williston man has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for possessing child pornography.
Growth, both for the coming school year and in the future, is the main focus of the new members of the Williston Public School District No. 1 board.
In McKenzie County there are two races that could lead to recounts.
Williston Vector Control will be expanding the territory it controls for mosquitoes 2 miles around the city of Williston, after voters approved the expansion in Tuesday’s election.
Cardon Global will commit to building a new hotel at no extra charge to the city, placed next to the civic center that it will design for the city as part of a master plan for Sloulin Field’s redevelopment.
In a race that drew thousands of voters, Williston’s two incumbent City Commissioners retained their seats, while newcomers took seats on the school boards of Williston Public School District No. 1 and Williams County School District No. 8.
In Williams County Public School District No. 8, there were 94 votes cast, with newcomer Penny Soiseth and incumbent Curt Sullivan winning seats on the school board, with 46 votes and 32 votes, respectively.
The school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 is planning to change which out-of-district students can attend its schools.


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