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Removal hearings for McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger that were scheduled to begin this week have been delayed for a second time, although a hearing Tuesday will address requests made by Schwartzenberger’s attorney to speak with the governor and former…
A shop local campaign is among projects two of Williston’s summer interns from Gonzaga are looking at championing the first week in July, called “Independents Week.”
After three nights of competition, Cara Mund was crowned Miss North Dakota 2017 on Saturday night.
The Williston Job Service office is adding another job fair to its circuit, this time in Watford City, and it is a job fair that is already shaping up to be a sizable event for its first go-round.
Kathy Ekblad remodeled her kitchen 11 years ago, knocking down at least one wall, relocating stairs leading to the basement and opening up a space that she says used to be much smaller.
Although clouds of mosquitos are making it uncomfortable to spend much time outside in the early morning or evening in Williston, the thirsty pests won’t be around in such abundance for long, local mosquito control officials say.
A McKenzie County commissioner has been cleared of possible criminal charges for seeking reimbursement for a meal at a Watford City restaurant two years ago.
Rain is in the forecast for the weekend on both sides of the MonDak, and that has quite a few farmers and ranchers keeping their fingers crossed.
When Aaron Croteau, a veteran and Williston native, was dealing with depression, he found something that helped him through the difficult times — serving others.
If an overwhelming majority of Williston supported developing a 500-acre circus in Sloulin Field once its airport has been decommissioned, one of the questions Cardon Global would answer is whether that is really a financially viable idea.
Repair work on Main Street is approaching one-third completion, and has even advanced its schedule by a few extra days, according to a weekly status report on Thursday.
An oilfield waste facility in McKenzie County has lost its permit after the North Dakota Industrial Commission determined that it failed to clean up illegally dumped waste in a timely fashion.
A woman from Williston pushed another woman into a bonfire over the weekend, police say, resulting in second-degree burns on the alleged victim’s face, arm and hand.
A Williston police officer was pepper sprayed on Tuesday while trying to arrest a teenage girl for shoplifting, police say.
Details on the food safety protocols China will accept are being determined this week, with the USDA’s acting undersecretary for farm and foreign agriculture in China working to finalize an agreement that could put U.S. beef on Chinese shelves no…
WATFORD CITY — A woman accused of threatening the wife and children of then-Mayor Brent Sanford turned herself in Wednesday, but argued that the accusations were false and possibly politically motivated.
Family brought her back to Williston and turned her into one of the downtown’s most recent success stories.
A Williston congregation plans to host an outdoor service on Sunday, along with a number of other activities, in the hopes of raising money for the expansion of its church building.
Williston Public School District 1 and the Williston Education Association declared an impasse Wednesday night, bringing teacher contract negotiations to an end with no agreement.
A man whose body was found Tuesday morning in a car on the Williston State College campus died of a suspected drug overdose, police say.

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