City of Williston building new wastewater treatment plant

While it's not the most glamorous of city departments, it's certainly one of the most important ones: wastewater treatment.


The spirit of volunteerism is a big part of Norsk Hostfest.


Friday, Dickinson High School celebrated their homecoming.



Following a process that's gone on almost all year, Williston now has a City Administrator.


Lutefisk-making at Norsk Hostfest


Hostfest University brings historic instrument making


9-year-old boy pursues boxing dreams


SRT offers free services at the Hostfest


Minot leaders to address whether to allow chickens in city limits


DAPL demonstrators deliver written message to Morton Co. Sheriff's Dept., saying department has violated state, national laws


Iconic century-old water fountain returns to downtown Minot


Team USA honored in Washington


9-year-old boy pursues boxing dreams


Don't Buy It Until We Try It: Tupperware Microwave Pressure Cooker


Apple picking with Dan Cashman


Kirkwood Mall hosts 'Pop-Up Shop Days' for small businesses


Multi-car crash on 2 & 52 bypass forces traffic diversion


RVers travel miles to Hostfest to become friends with Montana neighbors


Comcast Philadelphia covering Carson Wentz for half-hour TV special


Bismarck man sentenced to almost 2 years in prison for aggravated assault, reckless endangerment


Sixth trial delay granted by ND federal judge for a flight attendant accused of fabricating bomb threats


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