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Carbon monoxide in Watford laundromat hospitalizes 14 - Williston Herald
Fourteen people were hospitalized after a malfunctioning exhaust vent apparently filled a Watford City laundromat with carbon monoxide. The North Dakota Department of Health reported Sunday that someone was washing clothes using a degreaser and bleach.
Transparency a focus of N.D. tribal election - Williston Herald
NEW TOWN (AP) — In just a few years, oil development has transformed North Dakota's Fort Berthold Indian Reservation from a place where unemployment was rampant to an area where open job listings drone on for minutes on the local radio station between ...
Local Roundup: Williston tennis falls at home to Century, 7-2 - Williston Herald
The Bismarck Century Patriots defeated Williston 7-2 Friday afternoon in West Region tennis action at the Davidson Tennis Complex. Jace Paryzek won in No. 6 singles for Williston, while the team of Robert Krom and Thomas Sogard won in the No. 2 doubles match.
Watford City runs past Heart River, 33-0 - Williston Herald
A new era for Watford City football officially began Friday night. And it was a successful one. The Wolves scored three first quarter touchdowns en route to a 33-0 win over Heart River in Justin Johnsrud’s debut as head coach. Johnsrud replaced legendary ...
Williston wins 28-21: Coyotes score late TD to beat Devils Lake in season-opener - Williston Herald
It may not have been the prettiest win. But a win is a win, and the Williston High School football team will take it. Williston quarterback Boston Horob scored on a 8-yard run with 28 seconds left to give the Coyotes a thrilling 28-21 win over Devils Lake ...
Time to support public safety - Williston Herald
Billions of dollars are expected to flow into North Dakota for another biennium. On Friday, the state released updated projections showing $5.17 billion in general fund revenues in the 2015-17 biennium, and $9.7 billion from the oil extraction and gross ...
Two years here, a week away from goodbye - Williston Herald
Two years ago today I walked into the Williston Herald for the first time as the editor of the Williston Herald. The very next day I learned about some of the challenges that go with running a newsroom in the middle of the biggest oil boom in the nation.
Merle L. Meiers - Williston Herald
Merle L. Meiers, age 83, of rural Epping, passed away in Mesa, Ariz. on Aug. 23 after a short illness. A complete obituary will be announced by Everson-Coughin Funeral Home in Williston. Friends are welcome to visit www.eversonfh.com to share memories of ...
Rose Aaberg - Williston Herald
Rose Aaberg, 85, a Williston resident, passed away Thursday morning, Aug. 28, 2014, at the Bethel Lutheran Home in Williston. Her Funeral Service will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 3 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Williston. Rev. Kay Reeb will ...
Qvale misses Jets cut - Williston Herald
Former Williston Coyote standout Brent Qvale was among the final roster cuts of the New York Jets Saturday. Qvale, a four-year offensive lineman with Nebraska, misses the 53-man roster with the Jets, and has until today to be signed to the practice squad ...