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A judge has refused to lower the bond of a man accused of killing a 16-year-old Williston High School student in a car crash earlier this month.
Williston High Schools students are flying high, or at least learning how to, through a new program offered at the school.
The Williams County Water Resource District is going to hear a proposal next month to deal with drainage issues in Williston Township.
Once again the City of Williston, businesses, and volunteers are making it possible to pick up after a long winter and make our home a better place to live.
Two people are facing felony assault charges after police say they attacked officers in separate incidents.
The two police officers who were fired from Arnegard last month have filed complaints with the North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights claiming the mayor fostered a hostile work environment and they were fired in retaliation for complaining…
Mr. S had gained some weight. His wife noted his snoring was getting worse and he was having spells when he would stop breathing during sleep. She informed his doctor who prescribed a home overnight oximetry test. This home test…
MINOT, N.D. - Warm weather that caused an upheaval of previously frozen ground has been determined to be the cause of the fire that raged for several hours March 22 at the construction site of the new Trinity Hospital complex…
Burgum signs bills updating North Dakota’s medical marijuana law
BISMARCK - North Dakota House members have greenlit the plan for a Theodore Roosevelt presidential library, clearing the way for Gov. Doug Burgum's biggest push this legislative session.
At a meeting Wednesday, April 24, Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., spoke with the U.S. Geological Survey and oil and gas industry representatives about an updated estimate on the amount of oil and gas in the Williston Basin.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation announced Wednesday, April 24, that the closure of ND Highway 1804 south of Trenton would last a day longer than originally expected.
ASHLEY, N.D. — It was 1885 when Terry Ulrich’s family homesteaded the farm he operates with his brother, wife and hired man about a mile north of the South Dakota border. So he has a pretty good historical context for…
Exactly two weeks after a man was convicted of threatening the Williams County State’s Attorney he has been charged with doing so another time.
After nearly 40 years on the job, Kari Evenson is retiring from her position as Williams County Treasurer and Recorder.
Williston’s annual Art and Wine walk returns this week, and organizers say it’s bigger and better than before.
The school board for Grenora Public School District No. 99 held an executive session during a special meeting Tuesday, April 23, to discuss the fate of district superintendent Troy Walters, who has been accused of misconduct.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy was on the road again Tuesday, April 23, making his case to a roomful of University of Colorado-Colorado Springs students, faculty and staff about why he is qualified to…
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Senate backed a compromise package of higher education capital projects Tuesday, April 23, that provides more state support for replacing a chemistry lab building at North Dakota State University.
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers agreed to give state Treasurer Kelly Schmidt an 8% raise after protracted House debate over whether the bump was fair Tuesday, April 23.


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