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The City of Williston has added a new face to its roster.
The school board for Williston Public School District No. 1 unanimously approved a $5 million budget increase for the 2018-19 school year.
A 58-year-old Alexander man was killed Monday on U.S. Highway 85 when the pickup truck he was driving was rear-ended by a semi and driven onto the trailer of another semi in front of him.
A light skiff of snow powdered the ground in Williston overnight Sunday, raining on the tomato and squash parade in the garden.
Strategic investments could help the state of North Dakota diversify an economy that has been dependent on agriculture and oil, and the presidents of the state’s two university systems will be coming to Williston to make the case for $100…
The Williston Downtowners Association is inviting residents to "Tap into Downtown" for a good time this weekend.
The state has just released its study of who owns what minerals in and around Lake Sakakawea. It means victory for some with the return of their long-held mineral rights, but for others, it means the start of a new…
The Children's Miracle Network has raised more than $5 billion dollars since 1983. Two businesses in Williston have teamed up to help add to that number.
Candidates for Williams County’s sheriff and state’s attorney positions took part in a candidate forum this week, giving voters a look at where they stand on on issues ranging from managing staff to dealing with addiction and mental illness.
Montana Dakota Utilities will get a portion of the natural gas rate hike they had requested from the Public Service Commission, the net result of which will be what looks like a decrease in consumer bills and a refund.
Artist Jamie Azevedo is using art to empower in her upcoming gallery exhibition.
Public Service Commissioners admonished representatives of Hiland Partners LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kinder Morgan, during a hearing in Watford City on Thursday for expansion of the company’s existing Roosevelt Gas Plant in Mckenzie County.
A judge ruled Thursday that prosecutors can present testimony from the person who interviewed eight young girls who have accused a Catholic school teacher of touching them inappropriately.
The family of a 29-year-old woman killed in a Tuesday morning crash has started an online fundraiser to cover the costs of a funeral and bringing her body home to California.
Voters in three of four Williams County Commission Districts will have a choice come November, and the six candidates were all present for an election forum Thursday, talking about the issues that they feel matter most to the county. The…
Three area artists will have their work shown at various galleries throughout the state.
The city of Williston is going to take over running the local Department of Motor Vehicles branch.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol is still investigating a Tuesday-morning crash that claimed the life of a 29-year-old woman and injured a Williston police officer.
It takes a village to hire workers to North Dakota, and one company that is showing how that works is Nuverra, out of Watford City.
Six candidates for District 1 senator and representatives faced off at the Williams County Courthouse Monday night to talk about issues of importance to Williston and their state.

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