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“We’re going on a bear hunt!” a friendly voice announces over the loudspeaker. Children’s librarian Morgan Keyser keeps a watchful eye on the children as they cross a wheat field, climb a tree, and enter a dark cave.
Oil prices held steady in 2017, and the Bakken oil and gas industry hunkered down to find ways to make oil and gas wells economic in the lower price environment. Meanwhile, the elimination of the oil export ban helped Bakken…
A law that went into effect Monday is supposed to protect North Dakotans from unexpected bills when they’re transported by air ambulance.
A woman sentenced in November to three years in prison for having nearly a pound of
Yet another fix for Area Risk Coverage, one of the Farm Bill’s safety nets, is now on the table, with a bill introduced by Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., and cosponsored by several Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the U.S. House…
In the next few weeks, Williston will see singing, a wine event and a 1980s prom.
An 18-year-old man is accused of hiding a 14-year-old runaway from police and her parents at a Williston hotel room in December.
The Old Armory will bring its special magic to downtown next month. And you have a chance to make it happen.
Like so many others, including her parents, she is new to Williston.
Over the past four years, drug use in the area has changed dramatically, police say.
It’s that time of year again. Resolutions and self-improvement projects — but even the best laid plans are tough to keep when they are complicated or expensive. The best way to stick with a new routine is to make it…
After a delay lasting months, the Culbertson, Montana, School District has refused to release documents related to a teacher accused last year of an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Theft allegations against two men accused of stealing oilfield equipment were dropped this week due to lack of evidence.
Nearly six months after a fire tore through its top floor, the historic Hedderich building presents a far different facade than it did for nearly a century.
An Obama-era rule that oil and gas industry leaders had said would be costly without corresponding safety benefits was repealed by the Bureau of Land Management on Friday. The repeal was published in the Federal Register as a final rule,…
The cold may have kept some people away, but for the ones who chose to participate in the build-a-snowman contest at the James Memorial Art Center, the competition Friday afternoon was fierce.
Behind the Washington curtains — but in not-so-secret media-leaked fashion — senior members of the Republican party are romancing Congressman Kevin Cramer into a 2018 run for Sen. Heidi Heitkamp’s seat.
February ended the ninth wettest six-month period on record, but after that, the precipitation pattern changed dramatically. For the next three months, rain was spotty, and precipitation for the three month-period leading into the planting and growing season ended down…
For people struggling to afford heating bills, a federally funded program may provide some relief.
Legal wrangling yet continues for the Dakota Access pipeline, but oil has been flowing through it for about half of 2017, and the line is already demonstrating what industry experts have said all along: The 1,172-mile pipeline is a Bakken…


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