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The Northwest Narcotics Task Force arrested a man Tuesday and charged him with seven drug-related felonies.
A man arrested last week and charged with having marijuana and homemade suppressors for firearms had his bond reduced to $30,000 from $100,000.
The McKenzie County Board of Commissioners overstepped its authority when it tried to discipline a sheriff’s office lieutenant last year, the North Dakota Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
When she was in her 20s, Loren Ferguson thought about getting a job in the oilfield, but her dad talked her out of it.She was attracted to the money, but dad was so concerned about the idea, he actually offered…
When Travis Lingenfelter and his wife moved to Williston last year, one of the first things he did was apply to the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Williston program.
The city’s 1-cent sales tax will soon expire, and city leaders are urging the public to renew it.
Police charged a man with aggravated assault, drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident. Police say he crashed into McVay Elementary School after getting into an argument with a woman.
A man was arrested Friday evening and charged with aggravated assault after police say he punched and then choked his roommate.
The McKenzie County Sheriff’s Office has charged a man with fleeing from police and drunken driving after a deputy said the suspect let him on a chase that hit speeds of more than 100 mph.
When Ron and Jennifer Belcher leave Plentywood, Montana, for Papua New Guinea in January, it will be the culmination of nearly nine years of work toward becoming full-time missionaries.
The 12th annual Discount Bedding Fair will be held Sept. 5 through 7 in the Liston Room at the Williston Medical Center.
Aerial adulticide treatments over the cities of Ray, Carolville, and Williston by Williston Vector Control will continue during the week of Aug 28-Sept 4 as needed. The threat of West Nile Virus is still present so residents are asked to…
A report out by the Government Accounting Office suggests savings of up to $454 million per year are possible from the Farm Bill’s crop insurance program by lowering rates of return to reflect market conditions, and decreasing the portion of…
This was the last weekend of August; Monday will be Labor Day and therefore the unofficial end of summer. Take heart, though: On the calendar, summer will last another three weeks.
North Dakota has recorded its first death of the year from West Nile virus, even as traps in Williston continue to show a high proportion of the mosquito that carries the virus and tests sent to the state continue to…
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North Dakota is considering application protocols for dicamba to protect non-target crops and is seeking feedback from the state’s producers on any plant injury that may have been caused by the use of the herbicide.
A Watford City man is being held on $100,000 bond and facing multiple felony charges after police say they found a large amount of marijuana and homemade suppressors for firearms in a home next to a school.
An additional $500,000 has been approved for the Drought Disaster Livestock Water Supply Program to help ranchers affected by drought conditions, and an additional $1.5 million has been approved for an emergency hay transportation program.
Drought conditions raise the risk of anthrax exposure to cattle and other livestock, which can result in their sudden death.


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