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In closing arguments Wednesday, the defense attorney for a man accused of burglary, theft and possession of child pornography painted a picture of what she called an investigation gone wrong.
ARNEGARD — Nearly two months after a special meeting to create a committee to look at employment, the Arnegard City Council heard that the group isn’t ready to make its recommendations.
It was a contentious atmosphere during Tuesday's meeting of the Williston City Commission as residents and license holders spoke out against proposed changes to the city's liquor license ordinance.
The Farm Bill marathon is nearing the finish line, with the release of the House-Senate conference committee’s compromise bill Monday night and a subsequent Senate vote in the affirmative on Tuesday, sending the bill to the House.
Lawyers for the defense and prosecution clashed repeatedly Tuesday over an image police claim depicts a young girl in a sexual pose.
Regional economic development directors shared reports of activity in the Oil Patch at a recent meeting of the newly named Western Region Economic Development.
Williston's Pizza Hut will be closing the doors at one location soon as staff prepare for the new restaurant's opening.
In 2015, when Jessica Yielding was an expectant mother, she wasn’t able to find a doctor in Williston, so she ended up getting her wellness checks and giving birth to her first child in Minot.
A former Williston fire inspector has been extradited from Kentucky to face child pornography charges.
The defense attorney for a man accused of breaking into Williston Auto in March and stealing cash and other items argued Monday that the police didn’t do a thorough job investigating before arresting her client.
William County Commissioners have voted to assume operational management of Williston's Motor Vehicle Office.
Three Williston residents were killed late Saturday night when the SUV they were riding in crashed into a tractor-trailer.
The Bakken’s oil and gas operators are not unfamiliar with regional discounts for their barrels of oil. During the early boom years, the discounts were because pipeline, rail and truck capacity were overwhelmed when it comes to moving all those…
North Dakota winters can be not only an educational experience but a deadly one, especially if it’s the first time someone has been through one.
Nearly 100 schools, comprising almost 5,000 students from across North Dakota took part in a simultaneous Hour of Code on Friday afternoon, giving students an introduction to computer science, and teaching them the foundations of programming code.
Police say they broke up a massive drug distribution operation where one of the participants admitted selling as much as 5 grams of heroin a day for the past six to eight months.
It's been another successful year for Williston Economic Development, and they're inviting the public to come celebrate with them during their Holiday Open House.
Lawmakers on the Senate-House Farm Bill Conference Committee have reached an agreement in principle for a Farm Bill, leaving the MonDak Congressional delegation hopeful a new bill will be in place before the end of the year, and maybe even…
The Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center is preparing for it's annual holiday event, featuring music, munchies and a visit from the Man in Red.
Gov. Doug Burgum’s $14.3 billion dollar budget, with $4.6 billion in ongoing general fund items, was top of mind at a legislative panel in Williston Thursday night.


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