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It’s homecoming weekend in Williston, but this is no ordinary event we’re talking about.
A Williston woman stole more than $100,000 from a local auto glass shop by depositing checks from the business into her own bank accounts, police say.
A Williston man was among eight North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Division of Vocational Rehabilitation employees who earned performance and recognition awards at a conference in Bismarck on Oct. 26.
Firewood from out of state was among potential sources of the Dutch elm disease that has destroyed trees throughout the MonDak. Officials are thus urging awareness, as the weather turns colder, that firewood should be purchased and used locally, and…
THE CAT’S MEOW. Take today by the horns, or antlers as it were, and get out on your bow stand. Cold temps and calm winds will have bucks on the move, particularly right before the big change coming in the…
Williston’s Salvation Army store will temporarily close at the end of the week, according to the group’s head officer, although a regional spokeswoman for the non-profit says efforts are in place to avoid shutting down.
One of the big stumbling blocks when it comes to properly handling North Dakota’s substantial tonnage of radioactive wastes has been the time it takes for an accurate test of how much Radium 226 and 228 are present in a…
A man accused of raping a woman in Williams County in late September was arrested this week.
On Friday, Cara Mund will be back in Williston, and though she’s been visiting here for years, it will be different this time.
Clinic will be this Friday
NDG&F Press Release The state Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2017 deer hunting season, by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease and bovine tuberculosis from 10 units in North Dakota. In addition, all…
WELCOME TO NOVEMBER! The month of hard-core hunters, scraggly deer beards, and battling the elements has arrived! Forget what the Christmas carol says, this is the most wonderful time of the year! It looks like rut will be hitting hard…
Two principals from Williston Public School District No. 1 are learning about ways to “retool” schools to put students first.
After a weekend of stiff, chilly breezes and flying snowflakes, it’s obvious that winter is fast approaching in northwest North Dakota.
SIDNEY — Strawberries aren’t just good to eat, they also make a beautiful test subject for demonstrating how to extract DNA. That was one of several activities area fifth graders got to try out recently at the Sidney USDA-ARS laboratory,…
Williston's downtown had a party Tuesday to celebrate Halloween — and so did the Williston ARC.
A Williston man nearly hit at least one person with his pickup truck in the parking lot of a Williston gas station on Friday night, police say.
Jessica Margerum won the Williston Herald's pet contest — with a little help from Yoda.
NDG&F Dept. Press Release Hunters, trappers and anglers are reminded that an equipment registration number, or the individual’s name, address and telephone number, must be displayed on all equipment requiring identification. Identification must be attached to cable devices that are…
FROST ON THE PUMPKIN. Cool, calm conditions overnight will bring a layer of frost on the ground, but that should also trigger animal movement throughout the morning for deer hunters and others taking to the field on this Halloween day.…


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