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Field tests in Williston were negative for West Nile virus last week in Williston, but a more accurate state test showed positives for mosquitoes taken in live traps.
One of the reasons Williston Public School District No. 1 is looking to build or renovate elementary schools is the age of the district’s elementary buildings.
A Main Street staple since 1920, the Grand Theater is getting a makeover.
"A dream come true."
A valve in a pump building at a saltwater disposal site 6 miles southwest of Alamo in Williams County failed, resulting in the release of 500 barrels of produced water.
Williams County has approved a preliminary budget, but the figures are not yet set in stone, and will likely be changing.
A 54-year-old Williston woman is facing a felony theft charge after police say she stole a tow truck because she wanted a ride.
The Williston Public School District No. 1 got a mix of praise and pointed questions during a meeting Monday about a plan to either renovate schools or add new buildings.
They say that laughter is the best medicine, but Good Shepherd Lutheran is showing that it can be a great exercise, too.
The Williston Herald announced on Monday the winners of its second-annual Best of the Bakken voting.
The horseback ride Saturday morning from Fort Buford to Fort Union was more than a commemoration of the past.
A couple pleaded guilty Monday to neglecting a toddler with special needs and will serve three years on probation.
Police have arrested the owner of the Shop Bar, after he was accused of breaking a man's ribs in a fight that occurred outside the bar's premises.
Conrad and April Mogren have been operating their business out of their home for the last five years, but all that is about to change.
The annual North Dakota Chokecherry Festival returns for the 12th straight year.
Aug. 22 will be a big day for Williston Public School District No. 1, as it’s not only the first day back to class, but also the deadline to get a bond referendum on the November General Election ballot.
Hemp seems to have a good chance of becoming legal, with the Senate version of the Farm Bill containing a provision that removes it from the controlled substances list, and broad support coming from both Democratic and Republican sides of…
Efforts to solve North Dakota's labor crunch have often had to search far afield, and even more so since oil and gas came to call. But some leaders in the state are looking at ways to shift the focus to…
For the third year St. Alexius held their annual community picnic, an event Dubi Cummings, marketing director for CHI St. Alexius, said is focused on getting residents familiar with their providers and their services, as well as giving the providers…
The Best of the West Ribfest in Watford City is one of the premier events in Western North Dakota, and this year's event is bringing some big names to the Bakken.


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