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ARC Prepares for One Millionth Visitor

The Williston Area Recreation Center (WARC) is just days away from reaching our 1,000,000th visitor! Since our March 2014 opening, almost 1,000,000 people have passed by the front desk at the WARC to use facilities, participate in recreational...

 
 By ND Commerce    News    January 4, 2017

ND Commerce awards Grant for WSC Workforce Training Programs

The North Dakota Department of Commerce announced workforce enhancement grants for Williston State College (WSC) totaling $230,000. Workforce enhancement grants enable two-year colleges to apply for funds to help create or enhance training programs t...

 

The Early Morning Red Angus Ranch Will be Marketing Bulls & Heifers April 28th

The Early Morning Red Angus Ranch, located twelve miles south of Tioga, ND, will be marketing 32 yearling Red Angus bulls, eight two-year old bulls, and yearling Red Angus heifers at Sitting Bull in W...

 

ONEOK's New Facility Opened in April 2016

ONEOK, a leader in gathering, processing, storing, and transporting natural gas in the United States, was founded in 1906 under the name Oklahoma Natural Gas Company. The company changed its name to O...

 

Sidney Dental Provides "Just About Everything"

Dr. Jesse Cole compares his reason for opening Sidney Dental to a root beer float. The way it is difficult to get the perfect balance of ice cream and root beer, it was hard for him to maintain...

 

Arthaud Awarded University of Mary's First Virtuous Leadership Award

Jim Arthaud started a three employee company in 1979 called MBI Energy Services. That company quickly became well known in the Bakken and quickly grew to become the largest independent oil field servi...

 

WSC to Offer Housing Scholarship

Just when you think its not possible for Regional and Williams County Graduate (WCG) Scholarship recipients to receive anything else, the Williston State College Foundation provides another scholarship to offset the expense of housing. For the next...

 

Farm Credit Services of North Dakota Gives Back To The Community

The CHI St. Alexius Health Williston Foundation has been awarded a $46,200 grant from Farm Credit Services. Farm Credit Services of North Dakota, Farm Credit Services of Mandan and AgriBank, established the Rural Community Grant Fund to assist in...

 

Williston Chamber, TrainND to offer Business Academy

The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce an innovative workforce development partnership with Train ND Northwest. Through this collaboration the Chamber intends to support their members’ business, professional, and personal dev...

 

County Agent Update

Annie’s Project Some women in the agriculture world have heard of Annie’s Project. So what is it? A program for empowering women in agriculture to be better business partners through networks and...

 

Salvation Army on Track for Record-Setting Distributions This Christmas

Thanks to the Robert E Herman Family Foundation the Williston Salvation Army was able to have an even greater impact this Thanksgiving. Funds from the family foundation were used to purchase food and gift cards for turkeys to be distributed through...

 

WHS Wind Ensemble Named Governor's Band for 2016-2017

Gov. Jack Dalrymple today announced that the Williston High School Wind Ensemble and the Sheyenne High School Concert Choir have been selected to serve as the 2016-2017 Governor’s Official State Band and Chorus. “Congratulations to the Williston...

 

Williston Leaders to Learn About Proposed Concepts for Sloulin Redevelopment Dec. 9

The City of Williston and Cardon Global officials are taking the next step toward “Reimagining Williston.” The two parties will meet next week to explore the possibilities for a large development in the center of town. The workshop will allow...

 

Middle School Wrestling Results

The following are the individual results for the wrestlers that went to the Williston Invitational on Saturday, December 3. 75-80#, Kaden Wise, first place; Owen Lonski, second place; Ben Carlsen, fourth place. 80-85#, Zander Dean, first place;...

 

Williston Builders Association names New Executive Officer

The Williston Area Builders Association is pleased to announce the hiring of their new Executive Officer, Mariah Bates. Mariah grew up in coastal New Hampshire until she graduated high school and left for college. She then attended college at Colorad...

 

API honors OpWorks, XTO, TrainND and Eslinger

The Williston Basin API recognized four groups and individuals for their achievements in relation to the oil and gas industry. The following were honored with 2016 Williston API Achievement Awards: OpWorks, Industry Innovation award; XTO Energy,...

 

Cell Tower Meeting Nov. 29 in Williston

Public Input Meeting to be held on November 29, 2016, to discuss updating the City’s overall cell tower ordinance to incorporate new technologies. We are looking for input from the community on ways that you use or would like to use cellular...

 

Sidney Gymnastics Club to be at Christmas Stroll

The Sidney Gymnastics Club is bursting at the seams with approximately 200 gymnasts from Sidney, Fairview, Glendive, Lambert, Savage, Crane, Culbertson and Williston who train at the facility on a...

 
 By Tim Fine    News    November 16, 2016

USDA ARS Focus Group Will Meet Nov. 21

One of the bonuses of my job (at least it’s usually a bonus) is that, because of the position, I get asked (sometimes told) to be a part of various groups. Generally speaking these groups have an agricultural focus and are looking for input. One...

 

County Agent Update

Farm and Ranch Succession Planning Many people in our area are a part of a farm or ranch operation, it is a family business. Having a family business is difficult, no matter what form of business it i...

 
 By Jeff Lunnen    Energy    November 9, 2016

Lunnen To Add 83 Acres To 1804 Industrial Park in Trenton

Lunnen Real Estate Services, an industrial real estate development and brokerage company, along with their partners have acquired 83 acres adjoining the Dakota Access (Energy Transfer Partner's) crude oil gathering Trenton Terminal West of Williston...

 

The Williston Basin Petroleum Awards Banquet will be Held November 17

The Williston Basin Chapter American Petroleum Institute is holding their 5th annual Awards Banquet on Thursday, Nov. 17th at the Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center located at 3601 2nd Ave W...

 

Regional County Scholarship Expands to Nine Counties for Fall 2017

The WSC Foundation is proud to announce an expansion to the Regional County Scholarship to include Daniels, Richland, Roosevelt, Sheridan, and Valley counties in northeastern Montana. The Regional County Scholarship was established February 2016...

 

Richland Pump & Supply Has Provided 17 Years of Service And Is Still Going Strong

This is Richland Pump & Supply’s 17th year providing supplies and service to the oilfield. Scott Ramus and Dave Williams opened their doors on Sept. 15, 1999; both had extensive experience in...

 

Cold, Blustery Day Doesn't Dampen Spirits at XWA Groundbreaking Ceremony

The first few shovels of dirt were turned during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Williston Basin International Airport. About 200 people attended the event on a cold and blustery fall day. The XWA project has been in the works since 2011, so the...

 

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