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A $13.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation will pay for the firefighting and snow removal equipment facility at the Williston Basin International Airport construction project, moving the project further along towards its goal of opening next fall.
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting Tuesday, and presented awards to local organizations and individuals for the efforts to promote tourism within the Williston area.
North Dakota shattered its previous record oil production of 1.23 million barrels per day in December of 2014 sooner than it had expected to, but the silver cloud came with a black lining.
In the days following a deadly EF-2 tornado in Watford City, Red Cross officials have repeatedly praised the efforts of the community to help those affected by the storm.
Williston police are asking for the public's help finding two missing girls they believe might be together. Dru Delaunay was last seen at her home in Williston on Wednesday evening. She is 5-foot-8, weighs 125 pounds, has light brown hair…
St. Joseph Catholic Church has remained virtually the same since 1981, but all that is changing.
Being a stay-at-home mom can be daunting, but one local group is trying to make moms' lives easier, while also giving back to the community.
A 26-year-old man is accused of threatening a woman who has a protection order out against him.
The Williams County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warrant accusing a woman of opening accounts in someone else’s name and charging nearly $1,400.
Cleanup and recovery efforts are continuing in Watford City after an EF-2 tornado displaced hundreds, injured nearly 30 and killed an infant.
There were several close calls in Plentywood when an EF1 tornado touched down Monday night, but, miraculously, no fatalities were reported. In fact, there weren’t even any injuries to report.
A natural gas processing plant that was shut down due to a fire on Sunday morning is already back in operation.
Williston’s new airport project is getting another shot of federal funding in addition to what it has already received.
Williston and the surrounding areas have been hit with heavy rain over the last few days, and with that rain comes flooding.
With unanimous approval, city commissioners gave the final vote to allow food trucks within Williston.
WATFORD CITY — On Wednesday, more than 24 hours after a deadly EF-2 tornado touched down in Watford City, work was already well underway to clean up the trail of destruction the storm left behind.
Tariffs and talk of tariffs have already snipped 20 percent off of soybean farmer’s bottom lines, North Dakota Farmers Union President Mark Watne says, and he’s hoping that lawmakers will consider a fix to that problem in the upcoming Farm…
A 12-year-old Williston boy is still fighting for his life. But the situation is getting worse, and the battle has crippled his family’s finances.
Lions and penguins and hippos, oh my! Youth Education On Stage is bringing the animated film Madagascar to the stage July 17 to 19.
WATFORD CITY — An RV park in Watford City sustained major damage during a storm early Tuesday morning, causing 28 injuries.


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