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Forty to 50 Dakota Access protesters have occupied new territory on higher ground that is on the pipeline company's property, according to Morton County officials, and are being arrested after negotiations failed to get them to move voluntarily.
It’s difficult to stand out when contributing to a band ensemble, but a trombone solo executed by senior Jacob Hernandez struck a chord with judges at this year’s University of Mary Jazz Festival, earning him the highest instrumental award of…
Because of an increase in flu cases, CHI St. Alexius Health in Williston is restricting visitor access to all units.
Gov. Doug Burgum is considering two candidates to fill a spot left open by the retirement of a Williams County judge last year.
The Williston Middle School pep band will fill the Well at Williston State College with music on Thursday and Monday for the Tetons home basketball teams.
U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND, announced that she will oppose the nomination of Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education, criticising DeVos’ knowledge of the system she’s nominated to oversee while Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., suggested he will not sway from…
Senior citizens would be disproportionately affected by the structure of Montana-Dakota Utilities proposed rate increase, according to the American Association of Retired Persons, and that has prompted them to formally intervene in the case.
The North Dakota House of Representatives approved changes to the state’s Sunday closing laws by the slimmest of margins Tuesday, a day after rejecting the changes.
Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., announced Tuesday evening that acting Secretary of the Army Robert Speer has directed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to approve the easement to complete the Dakota Access pipeline.
A bill that would roll back the state's strict Sunday closing laws passed the state House of Representatives Tuesday on a motion to reconsider.
His friends call him Mr. Barley, but this year, with the major barley buyers substantially reducing contracts, Stan Larson, along with many other area barley growers, has his eye on new crops.
Local educators and law enforcement have mixed opinions on a proposal to allow teachers and other staff members to carry guns in schools.
An effort to overturn the state’s longstanding Sunday closing law failed Monday in a 50-44 vote.
A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman last year was arrested by Williston police on Saturday.
A man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for grabbing his former fiancee at knifepoint and driving her to Montana in 2015.
A 30-year-old Watford City man was killed in a crash on ND Highway 23 in McKenzie County Saturday morning.
With only 53 private schools in North Dakota, public schools are the main way students learn, so it isn’t clear what President Donald Trump’s campaign promises about school choice would mean for the state.
Lino Azevedo only began his tenure as the art instructor for Williston State College in August, but his students have already grown enough that their work is being showcased at the James Memorial Art Center.
The green light is on for the red-lighted Dakota Access pipeline, but the picture is still murky when it comes to how things will unfold from here.
The green light is on for the red-lighted Dakota Access pipeline, but the picture is still murky when it comes to how things will unfold from here.


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