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Celebrate Williston a chance to mingle, understand - Williston Herald
Recent and long-time Williston residents came together on a sunny Saturday afternoon as a way to connect and get to know all those who call Williston home. Thrivent Financial, in conjunction with Target Logistics, sponsored the 6th annual Celebrate ...
KML goes 3-days Rogue - Williston Herald
With choreography down and movements perfected, Friday concluded the 3-day dance convention hosted by Kay Michael Lee Studio. With guidance from DanceRogue instructors, the dancers performed routines in a showcase of skills they had been building upon.
Time to lift the ban? - Williston Herald
We’ve all seen the big-city movies. Ragtag New York investigators and good-timing gangsters all get that sudden craving for greasy, cheap food, and when they do, they stop at whatever’s closest — usually a food truck or hot dog stand. There, they ...
EDITOR'S NOTES: A seminal day of good subtraction - Williston Herald
Today is a seminal day in the 116-year history of the Williston Herald. It is our final Monday edition. Come Saturday, we’ll celebrate a day of addition, rather than subtraction, with our first Saturday edition, along with the start of our daily morning ...
A handful of violent episodes last week - Williston Herald
Williston police responded to a number of violent assaults last week, including a man who threatened his girlfriend’s father’s life, an angry gas station customer and a man who allegedly beat his girlfriend, then held her captive for two hours.
A killer on the loose again - Williston Herald
A battle is being fought on the streets of Williston and many of its most stately warriors have already fallen. Dutch elm disease continues to strike down some of the city’s oldest trees, and while saving the old cultivars may be a losing battle for the ...
Battle over COOL heating up - Williston Herald
North Dakota senators have signed on to a completely different and competing fix for the mandatory country of origin labeling law that ran afoul of the World Trade Organization and threatens to bring a cloud of tariffs raining down on the nation’s ...
Alcohol still king of pain in Williams County - Williston Herald
Editor's Note: This is the first story in a series on the shortage of drug rehabilitation services in the Williston area. In Saturday’s paper, Elizabeth Hackenburg will examine the the consequences of hard drugs at their worst. Six years ago, there was a ...
Ex-employee had intended only to ‘shoot equipment’ - Williston Herald
Court documents filed on Friday are providing new details into what happened prior to a tense standoff between an armed Williston man and police on Tuesday night. Stacey Ashinhurst told a Williams County detective that he arrived at Knife River, where he ...
Uncle Jon - Williston Herald
Thirty-four years ago, Jon Cole did the equivalent of throwing a dart at a map and letting its flight determine his destiny. In Cole’s case, that dart was a Greyhound bus departing from a station in Massachusetts. “When I graduated from school, the ...
Tetons name Christensen new volleyball coach - Williston Herald
With volleyball season beginning in August, Williston State College announced a new head coach, Katelyn Christensen, for the 2015-2016 season. “I am very excited to accept the volleyball head coaching position for WSC,” Christensen said. “It is an ...
Organizations issue ‘indictment’ against pipeline - Williston Herald
A group of 13 inter-state organizations have issued an “indictment” on the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline proposed to carry crude oil from western North Dakota through South Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. Individuals spread across the proposed ...
Keybirds sweep their way into state - Williston Herald
Williston Keybirds’ Boston Horob, center, is congratulated by teammates Caleb Owens, left and Tate Ferrell after Horob hit a single to score Corey Cayko with the winning run in the bottom of the seventh of the Keybirds’ 7-6 victory over Fargo Post 400 ...
Hope for a healing - Williston Herald
The gentle, humble sounds of an electric piano could be heard across the football field of Trinity Christian School as people shuffled toward the large striped tent on the other side. Hymns awaited them as they stepped out of the sun and assumed lawn chairs.
Last chance to catch the boys of summer - Williston Herald
Nothing complements a long, western North Dakota summer night quite like baseball, and tonight at Aafedt Stadium, fans can catch the Post 37 Williston Keybirds for the last time. Stakes are high, too, for this home and regular season finale for the local ...