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‘Blood Brothers’ closes this weekend - Williston Herald
2015-03-26T18:30:56Z
WILLISTON — It's not just a musical, but a one-of-a-kind theater experience, and it's not too late to catch the show. The last performances of Willy Russell’s "Blood Brothers," is showing at 7:30 p.m. today, Friday, and Saturday. There will also be one ...

$500M project back to planning - Williston Herald
2015-03-26T18:38:06Z
WILLISTON — The developer of a $500 million proposal won its appeal Tuesday morning, sending its mixed-use retail project back to planning and zoning for a recommendation. The appeal, filed by Stropiq principals Terry Olin and Ellen Weyrauch, asked ...

District 8 program found in compliance - Williston Herald
2015-03-26T18:45:15Z
New Public School District No. 8 was found in compliance after a state agency monitored the after school program, following an inter-district memo forwarded to the state Department of Public Instruction. The state had concerns that District 8 ...

Hospital focuses on women’s health - Williston Herald
2015-03-26T18:45:15Z
WILLISTON — There's a new kid on the block in Williston, and it was getting quite a bit of attention Tuesday afternoon. Members of the community turned out in force to see the new Women's Health Clinic unveiled by Mercy Medical this week. The clinic ...



Creating new ways to meet industry’s needs - Williston Herald
2015-03-26T18:38:06Z
WILLISTON — The rig count may have fallen, but hopes were high at a conference Wednesday exploring ways to connect regional manufacturers with the oil and gas industry. The goal of the Manufacturing and Logistics Confernce—MANLOG—was to find a way to ...

Father Kenneth Wald - Williston Herald
2015-03-26T18:52:25Z
Father Kenneth Wald, 83, Minot, formerly of Bismarck and Douglas, completed his journey to meet his Lord on Sunday, March 22, 2015, at Trinity Hospital in Minot. Kenneth J. Wald was born Jan. 31, 1932, in Strasburg, to Ignatius ìScottyî and Lillian ...

Eikens earns all-state honors - Williston Herald
2015-03-26T18:38:06Z
JAMESTOWN -- Mr. Basketball finalist Dakota Halvorson of Minot leads a group of five first-teamers and six second-teamers on the North Dakota Class A all-state basketball team, announced Wednesday night. Halvorson joins Wahpeton’s Blaze Irwin, Bismarck ...

Track season opens for Williston High School - Williston Herald
2015-03-21T18:51:11Z
WILLISTON — The Williston High School track and field teams opened the season Thursday with a four-team meet at the Williston Area Recreation Center. On the girls side, Williston placed second with 101 points, while Watford City was first with 132.



Feds issue fracking rule - Williston Herald
2015-03-21T12:24:38Z
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration said Friday it is requiring companies that drill for oil and natural gas on federal lands to disclose chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing operations, a controversial drilling technique that has sparked an ...

N.D. delegation issues response to administration - Williston Herald
2015-03-21T12:31:48Z
WILLISTON — Congressional delegates from North Dakota are hoping a new set of hydraulic fracturing rules maintain a states’ rights approach. In separate statements issued Friday, following an Obama administration announcement that a final fracking ...

Anthony (Tony) Walter Som - Williston Herald
2015-03-21T12:31:48Z
Anthony (Tony) Walter Som, our beloved Father and Papa, passed into Heaven on March 16 in Spokane, Washington. He was born to George and Cora Som on Jan. 10, 1926 in Williston. He graduated from Williston High in 1944, joined the Navy and served in the ...

Stropiq appealing decision - Williston Herald
2015-03-18T15:48:38Z
WILLISTON — With a short construction season just around the corner, the developer proposing a $500 million project just north of Williston has appealed the Williams County Planning and Zoning Commission's decision to table Williston Crossing. Stropiq is ...

Irene E. Richards - Williston Herald
2015-03-18T15:55:47Z
Irene E. Richards, 77, of Williston, formerly of Scobey, Montana, passed away Monday afternoon, March 9, 2015, at her home in Williston. Cremation has taken place and a private ceremony will be held in Scobey, Montana at the family cemetery. Irene was born ...

Cora Jean Aune - Williston Herald
2015-03-18T15:48:38Z
Cora Jean Aune, 79, of Williston, passed away early Monday morning, March 16, 2015, at the Maranatha Care Center in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. Her funeral will be celebrated Friday afternoon, March 20, at 2 p.m. at Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church in ...

Orrin Anderson - Williston Herald
2015-03-17T15:56:58Z
Born in Williston, on Dec. 18, 1950, Orrin was a son of the late Erling and Melinda (Kvande) Anderson. He had lived in Corinth and Wildrose prior to moving to Williston, and attended schools in Williston and Mandan. He graduated from Marmot High School and ...

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