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The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce offices will be relocating to the Landmark Building at 1411 W. Dakota Parkway starting May 1.
Typo in North Dakota secretary of state's budget will be fixed, officials say
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers will vote soon on two bills related to voter-approved ethics initiatives.
A 47-year-old man was sentenced Tuesday, April 23, to serve 20 years in prison for sexually abusing a girl for nearly five years, and will have to spend the rest of his life on probation when he's released.
Dear Doctor: I read that New York recently banned something called activated charcoal from all food and beverages. What is that, and why on Earth would anyone ever want to ingest it?
As the spring sun melts away the remains of winter, the unfortunate side-effect is that trash, rubble and refuse hidden by the snow now re-emerges, and the City of Williston is looking for your help to make the city beautiful.
According to recent data released by the United States Census Bureau, Williams County has had the fastest growing population percentage in America for the last two years.
BISMARCK — The co-owner of a Mandan bar says the business is prepared to take legal action to keep a mural that city officials ordered removed.
BISMARCK — Human trafficking victim advocates are pushing for increased funding as North Dakota lawmakers work to finalize state budgets.
BISMARCK — Even in North Dakota, government is sprawling and mistakes and missteps can add up.
BISMARCK — Rep. Austen Schauer, R-West Fargo, is explaining to a reporter how his first year at the Legislature has gone.
BISMARCK -- Days after passing the North Dakota Senate, the bill for a Theodore Roosevelt presidential library has hit a snag over constitutionality.
A Colorado man is facing a felony theft charge after police say he stole a trailer and two pieces of equipment that together were worth more than $98,000.
North Dakota Highway 1804 is going to be closed for several days starting early Tuesday, April 23.
A 37-year-old man is facing six felony drug charges after he was pulled over for speeding late Friday night, April 19, in McKenzie County and a search turned up cocaine, methamphetamine and pills.
Nearly 400 barrels of produced water spilled near Tioga on Saturday, April 20, according to the North Dakota Department of Health.
The Williston City Commission meets again on Tuesday, April 23 at City Hall, located at 22 East Broadway at 6 p.m. Here’s a look at some of the topics on the agenda.
Retirement is on the horizon for a significant number of people. Around 10,000 people retire each day in the United States, according to a study by Merrill Lynch and Age Wave, a consultancy studying the cultural and economic impacts of…
When 5-month-old Anavey was born Nov. 8, 2018, her doctors didn’t know exactly what was wrong with her, just that her heart was different from a typical heart.
Monday is the best day of the week to get gas, according to a new study.


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