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Dawud Williams charged with intent to deliver meth
Dawud Issa Williams, 39, is accused of possession with intent to deal methamphetamine in New Town on Thursday. Will-iams, who has a Florida driver’s license but a post office box in Williston, is charged with a Class B felony in district court in Stanley. He is also charged with Class C felony posse
Cowboys romp past New Town
Killdeer jumped out to an early 15-3 lead on its way to a 68-33 victory over visiting New Town Monday. The girls won their second straight game behind Shawnee Hansen’s 16 point-effort. Karly Bang and Melayna Four Bear also finished in double figures, with Bang added 13 and Four Bears putting in 12 p
Trinity welcomes staff in new positions
Trinity Health has expanded primary care access at clinics in Minot, New Town and Kenmare. Sally Eberle, FNP-C, Renee Harju, FNP-C, and Kayla Thomas, FNP-C, have all joined Trinity’s family care team at Trinity Health East Ridge in Minot. Nicole “Niki” Robinson, FNP-C, has begun practice at Trinity
North Dakota fair housing study finds discrimination against transgender community
BISMARCK — A recent study by the High Plains Fair Housing Council shows transgender people are experiencing high levels of discrimination when seeking housing in North Dakota.
ND county files felony criminal case against troubled grain dealer
BISMARCK — The Mountrail County State’s Attorney has filed a felony criminal complaint against financially troubled grain dealer Hunter Hanson of Leeds for issuing a $94,000 bounced check for grain transactions.
Examining oil industry past, analyzing future
The Northwest Landowners Association met in Stanley last weekend to discuss the issues facing their members in the upcoming legislative session. The presenters spoke about property taxes, Gov. Doug Burgum’s proposed budget and a look at how North Dakota’s history has led to its present situation.
Stanley javelin thrower to attend NDSU
Hayley Schmidt, a senior at Stanley High School, has a knack for throwing a javelin. She has placed eighth in statewide competition on two separate occasions, and was able to record a throw of 120 feet and four inches at a meet in Watford City last year. Hayley’s aptitude as a javelin specialist has
Meeker Memorial Hospital selects new CEO
Raised in the small community of Stanley, North Dakota, new Meeker Memorial Hospital CEO Kurt Waldbillig said he has enjoyed relocating to Litchfield so far. “I’ve been here eight weeks so far,” Waldbillig said. “Love it.”
Township Officials Hope To Retain State Oil Impact Funding
Stanley, ND - The 2019 legislative session is likely to include some re-vamping of the state's formula for reimbursing counties and townships for expenses related to oil exploration.Monday, officers from almost three dozen townships in Mountrail County met to discuss the situation that they say is a
Late-season upland game hunting | The Journal & Tioga Tribune
Arrowwood, Audubon, Des Lacs, J. Clark Salyer, Lake Alice, Lake Zahl, Long Lake, Lostwood, Tewaukon (pheasants only), and Upper Souris NWRs open Nov. 26.
Students get to go hands-on in North Dakota's Oil Patch
Students from Watford City High School donned lab glasses and bright purple nitrile gloves for a bit of hands-on job exploration at an up-and-coming chemicals production company in Williston Wednesday morning.
North Dakota man charged in threat case now accused of threatening state’s attorney
WILLISTON, N.D. - A judge on Monday ordered a man accused of threatening the Williams County state’s attorney in an attempt to get the charges against him dropped to be held on $1 million bond.
Man accused of manslaughter in death of infant
Cody Allen Faltersack was arrested Nov. 16 by the Stanley police, according to a news release from the department. He was charged with manslaughter, a class B felony.
Fargo man charged in death of girlfriend's child in Stanley
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Corn Harvest Lagging, Disappointing
(Nevets Hoff, Parshall Area Farmer) "The corn is less than average. It's not good enough to get a crop insurance payment and the market has just been flat so there's not a lot of opportunity for making any money on it."(Steve Hoff, Parshall Area Farmer) "Not enough rain to make it a super crop."
Police make meth busts after search warrant
The Northwest Narcotics Task Force announced Friday morning that expected more arrests following a search warrant at a home on 22nd Street East in Williston Thursday evening. The task force served a search warrant in the 400 block of 22nd Street East Thursday evening and arrested several people for
Single-vehicle rollover in northwest North Dakota kills 1 person
TIOGA, N.D. — The Highway Patrol says a single-vehicle crash in northwestern North Dakota killed one person.
One dead after crash in Williams County field
Tioga, ND - One person is dead after a rollover crash in Williams County.
Man arrested in North Dakota in Montana homicide case
A 35-year-old man has been charged in federal court with killing his former girlfriend in February. Randy Lee Littlebird was arrested by the U.S. Marshall’s Service in North Dakota on Wednesday and booked into the Burleigh County Detention Center in Bismarck. A criminal complaint filed Nov. 19 in U.
Woman accused of using stolen credit cards
A 37-year-old woman is facing multiple charges after police say she broke into cars around Williston, stole credit cards and checks, made fraudulent purchases and gave police a stolen ID when she was pulled over.