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Williston State College has a record 1,124 students registered for the fall semester, according to numbers released Tuesday.
Due to some potential weather complications, Thursday’s Ag Appreciation BBQ is changing locations.
A 22-year-old woman who was arrested in March after a police chase and car crash was sentenced to 10 years in prison for a dozen felony charges.
Prosecutors are seeking to vacate a plea deal approved last week after the man who pleaded guilty was accused of being on drugs during the hearing.
The first West Nile death of the season has been reported, and it was in northwestern North Dakota. The individual who died was more than 60 years old.
Our four-legged friends were given a special treat this Saturday, the Williston Dog Jog, hosted by Mondak Animal Rescue, was a slobbery success.
Taxable sales in North Dakota have increased by nearly 10 percent for the second consecutive quarter.
The City of Williston will be showing its appreciation for farmers this week by serving up some familiar fare.
The two public school districts that serve Williston met again Monday to discuss collaboration to deal with increasing enrollment.
The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce and the Williston Herald are holding two forums for candidates for local office on Monday and Tuesday of next week.
Many of the issues that face North Dakota right now don’t originate from home, they originate from Washington, D.C.
While Kinder Morgan has been holding open houses for its Bakken Missouri River Crossing project, the Public Service Commission has meanwhile scheduled a public hearing for an expansion at the gas plant where much of that 10-mile pipeline’s contents is…
Beginning in January, travelers will have an extra option when departing from Williston.
The state missed its gas capture goals for the third month in a row, even as the state’s oil and gas production hit a new record.
Rolf Gjorven had a few questions about the Bakken Missouri River Crossing project, which Kinder Morgan’s Hiland Partner Holdings has proposed to connect its gas compressor in Williams County with a natural gas gathering system in McKenzie County. The 10-mile…
by Renée Jean
According to the National Association of Women Business Owners, there are over 11 million businesses owned by women in the United States. That number is steadily increasing, and a local event wants to celebrate that trend.
Throughout the country, books have been banned from libraries and schools for a variety of reasons, some as seemingly innocent as featuring talking animals — “Charlotte's Web” — and others on the more serious grounds of containing offensive language and…
The bowls were empty, but they won’t be for long.
Vacancy rates went up quite a bit during the downturn, stoking fears that the multifamily sector had overbuilt for the long-term need in the Williston region.


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