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The case against Slawson’s Torpedo Federal project touches on several jurisdictions, and will put to test boundaries that have not yet been tried.
A 42-year-old man was being held on $5,000 bond in the Williams County jail after being charged with aggravated assault.
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has $76,100 available for the biennium that started July 1 to promote the wine, grape and fruit industry in North Dakota. The department is seeking qualified grant applicants for 2017.
The stereotypical first day of kindergarten is one filled with tears from children away from their parents for the first time — or parents in the opposite situation.
The challenges of the fast-flowing Missouri River in summer were what lay before about 40 Enbridge employees Tuesday afternoon.
Williston police have issued an arrest warrant for an Idaho man accused of raping a woman while she was asleep.
Recycle. Reuse. Reduce. Reclaim.
A 22-year-old man is accused of having oral sex with a 16-year-old boy multiple times earlier this year.
A new school year always means new faces, but this year there seem to be more new faces than usual at just about every public school district in Williams County.
Everyone was looking up at the sky Monday afternoon for the solar eclipse. The next total solar eclipse that will be visible in North America is predicted for April 2024, but that will be well to the south and east…
Golden wheat stubble covered a slightly damp field west of Williston that was about to try, try again to make a little soil magic happen.
A tractor-trailer driver was killed Sunday when his truck ran over him near the intersection of County roads 7 and 9.
North Dakota is seeking trucking donations to transport semi loads of hay to its distribution center at North Dakota State University.
Parents with children from birth to 12 years of age are invited to participate in the Nurturing Parenting Program, which helps families replace negative parenting practices and establish a nurturing way of life that will encourage healthy relationships.
Gov. Doug Burgum has declared a severe summer storm disaster in three counties following a series of thunderstorms that occurred in Dunn, Bowman and Slope counties July 20 and 21.
Phase 3 of airport
Starting Tuesday, Williston High School will be saying “Auf Wiedersehen” to German classes and “bonjour” to French.
A Williston police officer who was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder several months ago after responding to a horrifying call is fighting for financial assistance from a state agency that helps workers who are injured on the job.
One of the six people Gov. Doug Burgum has appointed to North Dakota’s State Council on Developmental Disabilities is from the Williston area.
A judge has agreed to let the public defender for a man convicted of attempted murder and other charges withdraw from the case, saying the relationship between them broke down and the breakdown was due to the defendant’s actions.


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