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Dr. Theresa Hegge has been involved with Operation Smile for years, but her volunteer service became even more rewarding earlier this month, when she was able to help provide a new perspective for teams of surgeons working to help children…
A man who was arrested late last year and charged with a string of thefts targeting garages and cars is now facing nearly 50 new felony charges.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers largely complied with the National Environmental Policy Act when it reversed the Obama administration’s decision to study the Dakota Access pipeline further, a federal judge has ruled, but with exceptions that may put the…
A small business owner in Williston is trying a new tactic in an attempt to deter shoplifters from making off with merchandise.
The legal motion that seeks to eliminate the Glendive Intake Diversion dam altogether puts not only the future of farmers in the region at risk, but has implications for nearly every sector of the regional economy, according to community leaders.
FORT UNION — As Yvette Bachmeier explained the concept of a “three sisters” garden to Destiny Cook, she pointed out how corn, beans and squash — the namesake sisters — work together not just to be nutritious, but also to…
Criminal charges against a former McKenzie County deputy accused of lying to state investigators two years ago have been dropped, according to court records.
Knife River was awarded a $107,875 contract for two alley projects in Williston Tuesday evening, but not without a few pointed questions from Williston City Commissioner Deanette Piesik first.
Standing at the microphone under rain-heavy gray clouds, Loye Ashton told the crowd of more than 50 assembled for Williston’s Flag Day ceremony that the dark-colored coat he was wearing was his Navy camouflage.
MISSOURI RIDGE TOWNSHIP — With the simple turning of a shovel Wednesday, a new school for Williams County Public School District 8 moved farther down the long road toward its opening.
Golfers of all abilities are invited to the green this Friday to putt for a good cause.
WATFORD CITY — From Watford City and Williston and places all around the oilfield, companies came to Watford City’s first big job fair in the Rough Rider Center. The companies were hungry to hire, and hire they did, many times…
Mountrail County authorities are searching for a missing man who apparently fell off of a jet ski on the Missouri River Sunday morning near New Town.
Western North Dakota is no stranger to booms, but people might not know that the very first happened nearly two centuries ago.
Fifty-five rigs are now operating in the Bakken, and just under 20 hydraulic fracturing crews — but the latter are not enough to keep up with the former.
A good snow year in the mountains is contributing to above average lake levels in the area, even as dry conditions have put most of the region in northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota under drought conditions.
Bond for a man accused of shooting two men in a Williston apartment last year will remain the same, a judge ordered Tuesday.
There will soon be a new name for New Public School District 8 — one without the word “new” in it.
A man from Williston is facing a number of charges in connection with the death of a man whose body was found last week on the Williston State College campus.
The hero in the movies lives through the big screen explosions and fires, and, when it’s all over, he’s none the worse for wear. A scene or two later there’s laughter and smiles. Life is clearly good again for the…

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