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ALL DOWNHILL FROM HERE. This morning’s gusts will peak at over 50 mph, and will stay sustained in the 30 mph-range all day. The rest of the week’s weather remains breezy, but not nearly as fast as today’s winds will…
ABOVE AVERAGE GUSTS. The average top wind gusts for the next four days will be 29 mph, so hold on to your hats and batten down your blinds in the field! After a calm start today, those winds will fire…
By Nick Simonson In the fading light of the second day of Minnesota’s pheasant season, I peeled gravel from behind the red truck full of hunters that slowed my caravan’s way out from the large block of public lands just…
FLUSHING AWAY SUMMER. It had to end sometime, but lucky for us we can get back to more autumn-like activities this weekend. Winds will dominate today and drop off overnight, before it gets breezy again tomorrow. There are windows of…
North Dakota is developing new standards of its own for dicamba use in the 2018 cropping season, following a statewide survey that collected information on problems with newer formulations of the herbicide.
A longtime Williston teacher is one of the 15 members of a new task force looking to prepare students for a 21st-century economy.
Everyone expects to see coyotes in Williston, but one in particular has police concerned.
Two road construction projects are expected to wrap up in coming weeks, according to local and state officials.
A 22-year-old Watford City man is accused of having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl.
A Williston State College student and a Williston High School sophomore both achieved certification in College Algebra through the Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces program at WSC.
Thursday Musical, the Williston chapter of North Dakota Federation of Music Clubs, provided partial scholarships to International Music Camp for a number of local students this summer. Like many service organizations, membership in Thursday Musical has declined. However, through memorials…
By Doug Leier, NDG&F Dept. Thousands of North Dakota big game hunters are starting to count the days until their season opens in the coming weeks. Most have their sights set on the annual unofficial holiday that is opening day…
ONE MORE UP! We’ve got another great day on tap, but things change just in time for the weekend as we get back to more “huntable” temperatures. Today’s high near 80 will seem like a distant memory as fall-like weather…
A man who is suspected of burglarizing a series of apartments in Williston last week had materials for making a bomb in his home, police say.
China hasn’t been the most open market when it comes to U.S. goods, but it will buy about a million barrels of Bakken crude.
A McKenzie County judge has denied a request to drop criminal charges against a tobacco shop owner accused of selling products containing a substance derived from the hemp plant.
A milestone in Christian history will be celebrated this weekend with a time of worship and fun.
Each year at the end of October, the dead return to the confluence of the Missouri and Yellowstone rivers.
The James Center held a reception to honor first responders.
Harvest time is fast approaching its finish line at the Williston Research Extension Center. One might think that would slow things down for a bit, but the opposite is true.


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