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They are a growing concern in the area, and can help offer farmers a safe bridge into pulse crops if they’re looking for one. Safflower Technologies has agronomists on staff to help growers determine what specialty crops might suit them…
A man on trial in Williston for his alleged role in an attack on a woman in rural Williams County admitted to detectives that he struck the victim with a metal tool, but said the blows came at the end…
The City of Williston’s new $84.5 million wastewater treatment facility is on track to be mostly complete by June and fully finished this summer.
The screws are turning down tighter on Williston’s continuing labor crunch, but just how much of a job seeker’s market it was depended on the type of job being sought.
When it was time for 10-year-old Blake Toavs to put his name on the back of his entry in a coloring contest at Famous Dave’s Restaurant in Williston, he decided to to more than that.
The alleged victim in a Williams County attack was in shock after suffering a severe laceration to the back of her head, according to medical testimony during the second day of trial for a man accused of acting as a…
Ask George Pederson how retirement feels and he’ll be honest — he doesn’t know yet.
Community stakeholders are putting together plans to take a Sidney-area residents to a crucial court hearing in Great Falls, Montana, that will decide the fate of the Glendive Diversion Dam.
Trial for a man accused of being a co-conspirator in a 2015 attack on a woman in a rural area near Epping began Monday in Williston with promises from attorneys on both sides that the facts of the story will…
As the end of the class period neared, Carlos Vieira wasn’t quite done with the Williston High School Chorale.
Every morning for nearly seven years, Steve Reidburn has pulled into the parking lot of the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center and thought about how lucky he was to get paid to work there.
A man who allegedly fired a number of gunshots from inside his home in Crosby last month initially shot at another man, according to court documents filed this week.
WATFORD CITY — The group of young parents sitting in toddler-sized chairs around a table in a McKenzie County daycare met Friday morning with the same issue on their minds — the struggle of balancing a family while working jobs…
The White House has released a budget blueprint that calls for deep cuts to USDA, sparking criticism from the MonDak’s Congressional delegates and its major farm groups.
Williston Public School District 1 Superintendent Michael Campbell has been doing a good job so far, school board members said this week after reviewing Campbell’s second job performance evaluation since he took on his current role last June.
A new middle school for New Public School District 8 will cost at most $17.1 million, after a 3-0 vote Thursday evening by the district’s board.
A moose calf took shelter from Thursday’s mid-afternoon rain under some trees near Rickard School, prompting school officials to require students who were planning on walking home leave for the day with adult supervision.
The Williston City Commission unanimously adopted plans at a meeting Thursday night that would help guide growth for decades to come.
Energy Transfer Partners would be “substantially harmed” by further delays in finishing its Dakota Access pipeline, a D.C. District Court Judge has said in denying a request by members of the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes to reinstate…

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