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Election officials across the country have been going back to paper ballots to combat hacking attacks aimed at undermining American democracy. In Williams County, there will be some paper ballots, but not because of hacking concerns.
New rules requiring dikes or secondary containment around storage vessels on well sites and a perimeter around the entire site worked in four of the five unreported spills that were recently announced by Zavanna at some of its well sites…
On Tuesday, the day before preliminary rounds were to start in the Miss North Dakota Scholarship Pageant, the Miss America organization dropped bombshell — it was scrapping the swimsuit part of the competition.
SIDNEY — Rapidly increasing acres of pulse crops have created a rapidly expanding problem in the MonDak. Pulse crop diseases.
The woman who shepherded a $7.5 million expansion of TrainND Northwest into a world-class, internationally award-winning facility is stepping down from her role as executive director.
Williston is looking at a change to city ordinance to allow food trucks in the city.
Police say a Williams County jail inmate was paid with ramen noodles, coffee and snack foods to attack another jail inmate last month.
A 19-year-old man was sentenced Monday to serve two years in prison for firing a gun at a Williston home last year.
A 30-year-old man was ordered held Monday on $100,000 after he was arrested on an outstanding warrant charging him with gross sexual imposition, a class A felony.
Grab your crown and your sash, because it’s time for one of Williston’s annual traditions — the Miss North Dakota Scholarship Pageant starts Wednesday.
Thousands and thousands of residential units have been added to Williston and Williams County since the last U.S. Census was done in 2010. Making sure that each and every one of those addresses is counted is a tall order, but…
Missouri River levels continue to run high, with snow melt from Montana pushing its way down the Yellowstone, and the river is walking its way out of its banks in several locations. Farm fields have been flooded, and even a…
Jean Lindvig has been a part of Williston's City Band since the 70s, and she says it's the love of music that keeps her going. "I love to play." she said. "It's the joy of being able to have that…
School may be out, but the Williston Community Library is encouraging kids to learn throughout the summer.
The Permian came to call on the Bakken Thursday afternoon, and what followed was an interesting exchange of information and a lot of “me too” moments.
Police in Watford City say a man accused of raping a woman in January hasn’t been seen since the day of the assault.
A 24-year-old man was ordered held on $150,000 bond after police say he tried to hit a McKenzie County Sheriff deputy while fleeing officers.
Most of the rain that had been expected for Thursday missed the Wiliston area, and chances appear good that the same will be true Friday, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service out of Bismarck.
It is often said that North Dakota has two seasons, winter and construction, and right now, the latter is the season underway Williston. A variety of city, county and state road projects are scattered all over Williams County.
A possible change to the way liquor licenses are distributed has some business owners concerned.


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