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A man who was detained in Canada by immigration authorities shortly after Williston police began investigating a rape accusation against him is being held at the Williams County Correctional Center on $1 million bond.
A Williston man admitted to theft charges on Monday and was sentenced to two years in prison.
The third graders at McVay Elementary School received dictionaries as a gift Monday morning.
Volunteers spent Monday afternoon setting up for the all-city Halloween party, which will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. today at the ARC. Events include a costume contest and Halloween-themed games.
European Union countries have again postponed a decision on renewing glyphosate’s license, after the European Parliament voted to phase the weedkiller out by December 2022.
The Community HealthCare Association of the Dakotas is partnering with community health centers and other groups across the state to ensure North Dakotans have the information they need to receive 2018 health coverage through the Affordable Care Act marketplace. This…
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce will send out ballots in November to its members to elect new directors to its board.
The James Memorial Art Center held a night of Edgar Allen Poe and other readings Friday night.
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church in Williston held its 31st annual meatball dinner Saturday.
NDG&F Dept. Press Release Fisheries crews have completed their annual salmon spawning operation on the Missouri River System after collecting more than 2.5 million eggs. Dave Fryda, North Dakota Game and Fish Department Missouri River System supervisor, said crews easily…
MISS THIS? Ol’ Man Winter takes another swipe at cooling down North Dakota, as yesterday’s wind and chill persist throughout much of the day today. Things will calm down tonight, giving you an opportunity to get outdoors tomorrow. However, there’s…
GOBBLED UP. Back to the bluster today after Saturday’s near perfection as shifting conditions bring more gusts in the afternoon that will hang around until Halloween. Chilly conditions are settling in and thoughts are quickly turning to the back half…
By Nick Simonson With the changing of the seasons evident in the recent onset of chilly conditions, hunters look ahead to the North Dakota Firearm Deer Season Opener set for noon on Fri. Nov. 10. With that shift, many deer…
SUPER SATURDAY. How about that? The calmest day of the week falls on a Saturday. If you aren’t out there getting some sort of hunting in (or maybe some fishing later in the day when it warms up) you probably…
Uncertainty over who really owns what mineral rights under Lake Sakakawea has been holding up the development of a substantial swath of the Bakken’s core. Now one of the affected oil companies is wading into the legal fray.
Dickinson will be the the next stop for a legislative committee studying whether Hub City funding should continue. The Interim Energy Development and Transmission Committee is convening Monday and Tuesday in Dickinson to continue gathering information from the three Hub…
Friday was nuts at McVay Elementary.
Stroke victims don’t have to wait for care once they reach CHI St. Alexius Health Center in Williston.
If you ask high school seniors what season it is, some of them might say it’s autumn, but others will tell you that it’s college application season.
By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. Chances are, just about anyone who has hunted in North Dakota for more than a year or two has received a post-season survey from the State Game and Fish Department. It doesn’t happen every year,…


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