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Despite the cold, Jag can hardly wait to go outside on Thursday morning. The 2-year-old Dutch shepherd is barely able to sit still, and anxiously watches his owner, Lance Miller, for any indication that they are headed out the door.
Arrest warrants have been issued for four out-of-state individuals for their alleged participation of big game poaching in two separate incidents near the Dakota Access pipeline protest.
Oil will be flowing in the Dakota Access pipeline by March 20 and more likely by Monday, according to Energy Transfer Partner’s latest court-filed status update, but members of the Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes vowed to…
Student success is more than college preparedness — it’s also ensuring students can explore career options to better determine workforce opportunities.
Rumors of the Bakken’s demise have been greatly exaggerated, North Dakota’s oil and gas authorities said Wednesday, as they reported a 4 percent bump in January production to 980,294 barrels per day.
Williston State College students Taylor Nelson and Mikayla Whiteley were recognized for their academic achievements on Tuesday, earning them spots among 12 students to the 2017 All-North Dakota Academic Team.
A man from Williston who allegedly threatened to shoot a cab driver never actually had a gun, police say, but he is still facing serious charges.
A large number of vehicles are stranded on a Burke County highway as a result of high winds and drifting snow on Tuesday, according to one man who says he’s been stuck just east of Bowbells for more than 24…
Moose numbers are dwindling in forested lake regions but are now thriving in a nontraditional habitat — northwest North Dakota.
By Elizabeth Hackenburg
BISMARCK — Williston-area farmers were well represented at North Dakota’s state capitol Tuesday, where they called upon lawmakers to support funding for agriculture research, which they said has returned $37 dollars for every dollar the state has spent.
The roaring that Williston heard Tuesday was either March continuing to make its presence known, the 55-mph wind gusts, or both.
Mike Blinder, an internationally known media consultant, is holding a series of free workshops in Williston and Sidney next week.
The members of Williston’s M-T Saddle Club are proud of the youth rodeo they’ve built over the last several years, but with the growth has come a few growing pains.
SIDNEY — Since pulse crops fix their own nitrogen from the air, common advice given for growing them suggests that no nitrogen need be applied to the growing field. Too much nitrogen, in fact, can inhibit the development of the…
Strong winds and a fresh coat of white in Williston brought a sharp reminder on Monday that winter is not yet over.
SIDNEY — It is often said prevention is worth a pound of cure, and perhaps nothing could be more applicable than that to pulse crops.
Oil prices have dropped and fewer people are living in Williams County and the surrounding area, but the slowdown has not extended to the illegal drug trade, which continues to flourish in northwest North Dakota, authorities say.
A Williams County rural water main ruptured Friday morning, requiring the closure of Garden Valley Elementary.
Felony arrests in 2016 dropped sharply, according to the Williston Police Department’s annual report, while traffic citations and officers’ community involvement show significant increases from previous years.


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