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Camp gives area children a chance to heal - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — A ray of hope shined through on a gloomy Saturday morning in the Camp Mend-A-Heart workshop held at Mercy Medical Center. The day camp, presented at the McAuley Education Center, brought children and volunteers from the community together as ...
Prep Roundup: Crusaders fall to Wolves - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — The Trinity Christian High volleyball team lost in three games to visiting Watford City on Monday. The 25-9, 25-14, 25-17 loss came despite Tailor Mapes’ 13 digs and three kills by Greta Eder. Brittany McGloughlin had eight assists and ...
Search expands for Williston High grad Breslin - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — The family of a former Williston man who’s been missing for more than a week said Monday that a grassroots search effort to find him has stretched across three states. Matthew Breslin’s disappearance has sparked an urgent and widespread ...
Now for the hard part - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — Landowners near what is still being called the “preferred site” for the Williston Basin International Airport have had more than a few question marks hanging over their fields for quite a while now. They brought those questions with them ...
Third annual Parade of Homes a success - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — Twenty homes were featured in the 3rd annual Williston Parade of Homes, showcased on Saturday and Sunday. Presented by the Williston Area Builders Association, the parade, featuring homes ranging from single family to condominiums, was well ...
Close calling - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — When Dawn Bridget Close was growing up on a ranch in Williston, she had no way of knowing that a childhood shaped by hard work would serve her well decades later in Africa. Unenthusiastic about required chores at home, she dreamed of living ...
Missed chances, but a step forward - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — The Coyote defense was holding up just fine and the offense behind new starting quarterback Rodney Jones was moving the ball fairly well. But to win the game, Williston head coach Andy Mock knew his team needed to make a play that would ...
Movie premiere coming to Williston Thursday - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — New Hope Wesleyan Church will be hosting a preview event for film Woodlawn called Main Street Mayhem. This is an event that is free for the community on Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. in front of the South Grand Theatre. There will be a red carpet ...
Man camp blues - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — As oil prices remain perilously low and even the biggest of the Bakken companies succumb to layoffs, city commissioners are working toward the elimination of man camps. While it’s an issue that has much of the city wondering about the ...
Search continues for former Williston resident Breslin - Williston Herald
Police, family and friends are searching for a former Williston man who has been missing from Minot for about a week. Matthew Breslin, 27, was last heard from around 4 a.m. on Sept. 27, when he sent a text to his girlfriend, according to his father ...
Parade of Homes Saturday and Sunday - Williston Herald
Pick up guides from local businesses, at the Herald office at 14 Fourth St. W, the Builders Association at 115 Second Ave. West or any participating home. Participants who visit at least 12 homes qualify for a chance to win a Traeger Grill/Smoker.
STDs on the rise in state - Williston Herald
Free testing for HIV, sexually transmitted diseases and Hepatitis C will be available at the Upper Missouri District Health Unit Oct. 2 and 3. No appointment is necessary. Testing is free and confidential, with HIV and Hepatitis C results available in 20 ...
Raising mill levy rankles some - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — Many of them sitting with their arms crossed, concerned residents of Williston Public District No. 1 awaited the special board meeting meant to shed light on the mill levy proposal that would impact their property tax. As soon as the board ...
Williston’s own Sjue first female judge in Williams County - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — For the second time this week, judges from the northwest corner of the state gathered to welcome a new face into their ranks. Kirsten Sjue, a former prosecutor, is now officially the first female judge in Williams County. Sjue, who grew up in ...
The Coyote way - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — As the father of a special needs child, Jose Garzon made sure to do his homework before deciding to move his family cross country. The reports he got about Williston were favorable, but he never could have imagined that three years later, his ...