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Williston High digs the long ball: Weltikol, Horob homer as Williston beats Bismarck 10-3 - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — The Williston High School baseball team flexed is offensive muscle Friday in a 10-3 win over Bismarck in Class A West Region baseball action at Aafedt Stadium. The Coyotes roughed up the Bismarck pitching staff with 13 hits, including home ...
Williston High School softball - Williston Herald
The ball gets past Williston first baseman Brooklyn Lerbakken during Friday’s West Region softball contest at Dakota Parkway. Bismarck Century swept a twin bill from Williston, winning 12-1 and 4-3.
Lady Coyotes fall to Century - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — The Bismarck Century Lady Patriots swept a doubleheader from Williston in high school softball action Friday at Dakota Parkway. The Lady Patriots won 12-1 and 4-3. Despite the losses, Williston showed signs of heading in the right direction.
City board votes for 1-mile ETJ - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — The city's planning and zoning commission sent a unanimous recommendation to extend the city's 1-mile extraterritorial jurisdiction, but deferred many questions county officials had to the upcoming zoning transition meeting Wednesday night.
‘An emerging economy’ - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — Williston isn't a boom town any more, but an emerging economy. That comment, from Larry Jensen of Jones Lang LaSalle, was one of the more interesting to emerge during public discussion of Williston Crossing, a proposed $500 million mixed-use ...
Why don’t universities play by the rules? - Williston Herald
One of the hit songs from the Broadwaymusical, “My Fair Lady”, was a whimsical lament, “Why can’t a lady be like a man?” My question this week is, “Why can’t our university system play by the rules”. Just this past week came new allegations ...
A trigger for the trigger - Williston Herald
BISMARCK — House lawmakers voted 57-32 Monday to eliminate price-based oil tax breaks and set a lower tax on oil extraction, sending the last-minute bill to the Senate today where contentious debate is expected to continue. House Bill 1476, introduced on ...
Painted Woods hits stumbling block - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — A shooting range announced last year is seeking to grow large enough to host NRA events, but has been tabled pending more investigation after several questions were raised during a recent meeting of the Williams County Planning and Zoning board.
Kayaker was decorated soldier - Williston Herald
WILLISTON (AP) — A Williston man who died while kayaking on Lake Sakakawea was a decorated soldier who served two tours in Iraq. Thirty-five-year-old John Drange was reported missing Thursday morning, and searchers found his body later that day.
W. Duane Lidstrom - Williston Herald
W. Duane Lidstrom, 76, rural Stanley died Wednesday, April 15, 2015 at the Stanley hospital with his loving family at his side. Duane was born Oct. 16, 1938 in Austin Township of Mountrail County, to Walter and Ada (Doty) Lidstrom. He was raised in ...
George Winzenburg - Williston Herald
George Winzenburg, 84, of Williston, passed away Friday, April 10, 2015 near Great Falls,Montana due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Per George’s request, cremation has taken place and there are no funeral services planned. George ...
‘Ducks’ and oil: No need to fear U.S. crude supply deluge - Williston Herald
‘Ducks’ and oil: No need to fear U.S. crude supply deluge By Ernest Scheyder and Anna Driver Reuters Williston Herald HOUSTON — Conventional wisdom holds that come June a pending $5.3 billion tax break in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state, combined ...
Fast-rising and fast casual - Williston Herald
WILLISTON — A flock of fast casual and other middle tier restaurants have landed recently to a warm Williston welcome. Among the most recent of the fast causal arrivals are Qdoba and Culver's. They join a rapidly growing field of other new eating options ...
Royals shutdown Twins, 7-1 - Williston Herald
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Edinson Volquez is quickly proving his breakthrough season of a year ago was no fluke. The Royals right-hander held down the Twins for seven innings Monday night, and Kansas City's opportunistic offense took advantage of a series ...
Wild and in charge - Williston Herald
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The St. Louis Blues have been busy trying to agitate the Minnesota Wild into costly mistakes. With a sarcastic smile here and a timely goal there, the Wild have kept their cool and taken the series lead. Devan Dubnyk made 17 saves ...