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Flooding has closed Highway 200 between Cartwright and Fairview.
Rep. Kelly Armstrong has been in office for not quite three months, and is still adjusting to his role as North Dakota’s only Congressman.
From getting the silent treatment to the general undermining of work, a bad boss can make a great job miserable.
Trenton School is working in collaboration with the Great Northwest Education Cooperative to put on a series of presentations to help educate students and parents about the dangers youth are facing in today’s society.
Williams County has announced two projects to improve safety when severe weather hits.
RE/MAX Bakken Realty announced that 25 of their 40 agents were recognized for outstanding performance at the recent RE/MAX International Convention in Las Vegas. Of the 25 agents, 15 were able to attend and walk the stages to receive their…
After little over a month of searching, the Williston Downtowners Association has named a new Executive Director.
Actor Josh Duhamel to get honorary degree from UND
One of Broadway’s most beloved and longest running productions is coming to the Old Armory, and it’s bringing together some top-notch talent to the local stage.
Ames Construction has cleared a failed bidder suit and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has issued them a notice to proceed on a fish bypass for the submerged weir that serves the Lower Yellowstone Irrigation District.
BISMARCK — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has vetoed a bill raising fees for drivers licenses, his office said Friday, March 22.
Since its doors opened for the first time in 2014, the Williston Area Recreation Center has given area residents a multitude of new fitness programs, children’s activities and aquatic adventures. Next week, the ARC is celebrating its fifth anniversary with…
BISMARCK — A bipartisan panel of North Dakota legislative appropriators discussed the budget for the state's largest agency behind a locked door at the Capitol Thursday, March 21, because they "didn't want to be bothered," according to its chairman.
The availability of child care has not kept up with Williston’s population growth, but the city’s STAR Fund has several programs designed to help attract and retain more daycare providers.
As temperatures keep warming up, snowmelt has begun across western and central North Dakota. The National Weather Service is asking people to be prepared for possible flooding as snow melts off.
BISMARCK — North Dakota's Legacy Fund is approaching $6 billion.
BISMARCK — A North Dakota Senate committee has opted to study whether to allow bets on past horse races, walking back a heavily lobbied proposal to expand the state's gambling options.
Minot man sentenced to federal prison for drug, gun, money laundering
A leak between a valve and a pipe caused 300 barrels of oils to spill at a well in McKenzie County on Monday, March 18, according to the North Dakota Oil and Gas Division.
BISMARCK — A freshman Democratic lawmaker in the North Dakota House of Representatives declined to comment on social media posts she shared comparing President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler Thursday, March 21.


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