Bread isn’t the only thing that gets made at Williston’s annual Bread Day.
A man arrested for his involvement in a drug dealing operation that authorities said was responsible for a series of overdoses in Williston last year will not serve any more time in prison.
In a statement sent Tuesday afternoon, Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., said that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers intends to grant the disputed easement for the Dakota Access pipeline.
Anyone walking into the Grand Williston Hotel Saturday would have thought they’d stumbled into a time warp back to Halloween. Costumes were the order of the day, and they ranged from manic to macabre — but it was not Halloween;…
The National Weather Service is calling for as much as 7 inches of snow by this morning.
SIDNEY — The state is ready for the trial of Raymond Hansen trial and does not want to delay it, but they have decided they will not object to a public defender’s recent motion to withdraw as counsel for Hansen,…
Watford City Police Chief Art Walgren, who had been suspended for two weeks after admitting to sending an inappropriate email, handed in his letter of resignation on Sunday.
William Koehler, who was charged with manslaughter in an August crash that killed two children and their father, changed his plea to guilty on all three counts Monday morning.
Eight people have applied to fill the open school board seat for Williston Public School District 1, once held by Dr. Brett Vibeto.
Regional Education Associations may be on the chopping block as lawmakers look to whittle down spending, even if it means cutting K-12 school programming.
Like many educational programs, the new historic sewing series put on by Fort Union came from a problem.
The U.S. Senate — and North Dakota’s senator delegation — is evenly split on the nomination of Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education, leading to the possibility of a cabinet pick being rejected for the first time in nearly 30…
Gov. Doug Burgum's office announced Friday afternoon that Benjamen Johnson, an attorney in Tioga, has been appointed as a judge for the Northwest Judicial District, effective March 13.
A pop-up exhibit commemorating the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights will be featured within the Arts and Human Services Department at Williston State College until the end of the month.
North Dakota children will be able to flex their artistic abilities and take part in the state Game and Fish Department’s annual Earth Day awareness campaign.
A program that was tested in Williston and New Town may be implemented nationwide in an effort to train health care workers to recognize signs of human trafficking in patients.
A local lawmaker, motivated by the request of a Williams County resident, has introduced a bill proposing mandatory mud flaps on large vehicles statewide.
Hagan Elementary buzzed with energy as students rushed off to start another school day. But, on Wednesday the third graders would receive a special visitor stemming from a field trip they took to North Dakota Recycling Services last fall.
Bond for a man accused of sexually assaulting a woman last year in a Williston recreation area has been reduced.
Williston Public School District 1 provided parents with an advisory as influenza confirmations continue to rise, and CHI St. Alexius Health Williston has issued visitor restrictions to prevent a potentially lethal outbreak among patients.