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North Dakota’s oil and gas industry has invested more than $13 billion in gas gathering and processing infrastructure to date, but it needs at least another $11 billion to meet the state’s more stringent gas capture targets that begin in…
In order to attend, concert-goers must purchase a membership to the Williston Concert Association, which allows admission into the season’s remaining performances, along with concerts in Crosby and Dickinson.
On Saturday, in the top floor of the Raymond Family Community Center, there were three rules:
An audience of 300 was waiting for dinner and the upcoming auction. But the mayor wasn’t out front, trying to be seen. No, he was hidden behind the curtain, doing the hard work behind the scenes.
The Williston Herald will honor 20 young professionals for their achievements and their community involvement with a special event and a commemorative section.
State legislators Rep. Patrick Hatlestad and Sen. Brad Bekkedahl have issued a joint statement that they will both stand for re-election this year. The two say they have important work to continue for their constituents.
Fourth grader Anna Pippenger glues three cotton balls together with a little help from her mom, Lauri. Soon she will add pieces of ribbon and other craft supplies together to make them look like snowmen wearing earmuffs.
A 27-year-old man who was facing more than 50 charges related to a string of garage break-ins in 2016 pleaded guilty Friday to 20 of them.
Williston High School put a “Code Orange” lockdown in place because of what the principal called “a student in distress” on Thursday, the day after a school shooting in Florida left 17 dead. No one was hurt and no weapons…
Everyone wants to know when North Dakota will break its old production record of 1.23 million barrels per day set in December 2014.
Eighth grader Priscilla Yohan tested her which would be an “egg-celent” cleaner — baking soda, toothpaste or activated charcoal.
The school district surrounding Williston has started its strategic planning process, and the school board got a sneak peek this week.
Edwina Henry wanted to study medicine because she saw how health problems affected her family. Both grandmothers, her mother and her father suffer from heart conditions — ailments she said are more common in the Black community.
Carole Freed lives about 1.25 miles away from a proposed gas processing facility in McKenzie County that had a public hearing Thursday.
FRIDLEY, Minn. — A North Dakota man who was shot after reportedly threatening another driver with a knife after a car crash Wednesday in Fridley has died of his injuries, according to the Anoka County sheriff’s office.
A company has been chosen to oversee construction for two proposed new elementary schools and the proposed addition to the high school.
Construction at Missouri Ridge Middle School is being built on time. But questions came up Monday night over one possible expense.
The terminal of the new Williston Basin International Airport is starting to take shape — literally.
Williston City Engineer Bob Hanson brought a project to the City Commission Tuesday that he said is essential for the success of the planned redevelopment of Sloulin Field.
North Dakota’s high-profile Senate race is in flux once again, as the party continues to push for a strong candidate to run against incumbent Heidi Heitkamp.


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