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  • Lambert Graduates 11 Students

    Bill Vander Weele|May 22, 2024

    Lambert High School honored 11 graduates during its commencement ceremony on Saturday afternoon. Graduates included Gracelyn Gonsioroski, Lillian Herbst, Jerome Hughes, Austin Lien, Landin Ligon, Brie Mullin, Corbin Mullin, Halley Mullin, Lauren Prevost, Sage Spinner and ShaeLyn Williams. In her valedictorian address, Gonsioroski's advice was to always be kind, that's life's too short to be negative and the importance of having a good relationship with Jesus Christ. Co-salutatorians were...

  • It's a "Tropical Fairadise" at the McKenzie County Fair June 12 – 15

    Dianne Swanson|May 1, 2024

    Organizers of the McKenzie County Fair in Watford City have planned four days of fun and excitement just for you Wednesday, June 12, through Saturday, June 15. Gates open at 5 p.m. Wednesday evening and 8 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. Admission to the grounds is free. All times are Central Daylight Time. Start the weekend at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening with the Olaf Leiseth Memorial Draft Horse Show. This free event showcases the hard-working draft horses and their drivers as they navigate an...

  • "The Farm Babe" To Speak at Farm To Table Event

    May 1, 2024

    The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce and the Williams County Soil Conservation District are presenting a Farm to Table Event on Wednesday, June 19, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Williams County SCD Tree Shed. The Farm to Table dinner is an opportunity to bring the agriculture industry and the community together to engage, learn and eat a quality meal. The dinner offers the public an interactive way to learn about the expansive agriculture industry around them and the importance of those fields and pastures that span the region. Michelle Miller,...

  • Williams County Approves Permit For Cerilon

    Apr 17, 2024

    Cerilon announces Williams County’s approval of the company’s application for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP), an important next step in Cerilon GTL North Dakota’s development. “We’ve worked hard to meet the county’s high expectations for the project in its early phases of design and engineering,” said Ron Opperman, CEO, Cerilon GTL. “This approval is significant because it signals we have thoroughly demonstrated our plans to create substantial economic benefit while also carefully considering and mitigating the potential impacts of this...

  • Stockman Bank, In Partnership With FHLB Des Moines, Awards $920,000 In Affordable Housing Program Grants To 11 Montana Organizations

    Apr 3, 2024

    Stockman Bank, a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines (FHLB Des Moines), is pleased to announce that 11 Montana organizations were chosen to receive Competitive Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grants totaling $920,000 to help Montana families find a safe and affordable place to call home. The grants were made possible through FHLB De Moines’ Member Impact Fund. Through the Fund, money donated by Stockman Bank was matched by FHLB Des Moines, up to $3 for every dollar provided, resulting in the following grants: Blackfeet H...

  • Cerilon & Chevron Enter Into Technology Licensing Agreements

    Apr 3, 2024

    Calgary, Alberta (March 13, 2024) – Cerilon is pleased to announce the signing of technology licensing agreements with Chevron U.S.A. Inc., part of leading energy company Chevron Corp. This milestone enables the company to utilize Chevron's proven suite of Hydroprocessing technologies at its foundational Gas-To-Liquids (GTL) facility in Williams County, North Dakota. "We're impressed by Chevron's technical capabilities, particularly this technology suite, which has been proven in GTL projects a...

  • Area Events

    Apr 3, 2024

    Dawson County Events Events in Glendive unless otherwise listed. MT. Fri., April 5 6:30-11 p.m. - Designer Purse Bingo Eastside Elite Baseball & Softball Fundraiser - Designer Purse Bingo tickets $50 for $10 games; silent auction. Games start at 7:30 p.m. Moose Lodge, 415 N. Merrill Ave. Fri., April 5, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. & Sat., April 6, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Glendive Chamber of Commerce Spring Fling - Art, crafts, vendors, free admission. EPEC, 313 S. Merrill Ave. For more info contact Barb, 406-377-3602. Wed., April 17 4-7 p.m. - Our Savior Lutheran...

  • Williams County Fatal Crash

    Apr 3, 2024

    On Saturday March 30, 2024, at approximately 11:52 p.m., a fatal crash occurred between a Chevrolet Suburban and an Amtrak train near the intersection of 67th St. NW and 110th Ave. NW approximately 5 miles west of Tioga. The Chevrolet Suburban was stopped on the railroad tracks facing west. The eastbound Amtrak train struck the suburban. The suburban then overturned and came to rest on the north side of the railroad tracks. The driver was ejected from the vehicle. Dylan Chamley was pronounced deceased on scene. The crash remains under...

  • Area Events

    Mar 13, 2024

    Williams County Events Events in Williston unless otherwise listed. CT Sat., March 16 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. - 2024 Spring Tree & Garden Workshop - Educational workshop with specialists addressing current topics in lawn, tree & garden, along with breakout sessions on a variety of topics. Williston Research Extension Center, 14120 Hwy. 2 W. For more info or to pre-register by March 13 contact Kelly Leo, 701-577-4595 or email [email protected], or visit https://sugeni.us/4s6e. 1-2:30 p.m. - Mosaic Stepping Stones Art Class - Grades 2-8, $20...

  • NDSU Extension-Willams Co. & City Of Williston Forestry Dept. 2024 Spring Tree & Garden Workshop Set For March 16

    Feb 28, 2024

    NDSU Extension-Williams County and City of Williston Forestry Department will be conducting a 2024 Spring Tree and Garden Workshop Saturday, March 16. Join NDSU Extension, Williams County for an educational workshop with specialists addressing current topics in lawn, tree and garden. There will also be breakout sessions on a variety of topics. Preregister by March 13. For more information contact Kelly Leo at 7010577-4594 or email [email protected]....

  • NDSU Extension Schedules Stop The Bleed Trainings through April

    NDSU Agriculture Communication|Feb 28, 2024

    Seconds matter in rural injury incidents or medical emergencies, and the time it takes first responders to travel to an injured person can be critical to survival, says Angie Johnson, North Dakota State University Extension farm and ranch safety coordinator. To help reduce deaths caused by unintentional injury, NDSU Extension and the NDSU School of Nursing have partnered to offer free, Stop the Bleed trainings for residents of rural communities across North Dakota. Nursing faculty have traveled...

  • Grain Bin Rescue Equipment & Training Opportunities Available For Fire Departments

    NDSU Agriculture Communication|Feb 28, 2024

    February is grain bin safety month. North Dakota is no exception when it comes to grain bin entrapments and engulfments. In 2020, North Dakota ranked second in the nation for recorded grain-bin-related entrapments in the Summary of U.S. Agricultural Confined Space-Related Injuries and Fatalities report from Purdue University. That does not account for any undocumented grain bin related injuries and fatalities. Research estimates that 30% of confined spaces incidences, including grain bin...

  • Industrial Commission Awards $21.8 Million In Grants & $153 Million In Loans In Latest Clean Sustainable Energy Program Grant Round

    Feb 7, 2024

    The North Dakota Industrial Commission, consisting of Gov. Doug Burgum, Attorney General Drew Wrigley and Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, approved $21.8 million in matching grants and $153 million in loans during the latest grant round for the Clean Sustainable Energy program. The Clean Sustainable Energy Program was established in 2021 to advance the commercialization of low-emissions technologies for North Dakota’s energy industry and is funded by a combination of oil tax revenue and state-owned mineral royalties. The eight a...

  • Hard Spring Wheat Show This Thursday

    Dianne Swanson|Jan 31, 2024

    The 71st annual Hard Spring Wheat Show takes place Thursday, Feb. 1, at the Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center. The show is always packed with excellent speakers, good food, and the most up-to-date information for area farmers and ranchers and this year is no exception. Start the day off at 8 a.m. with a free breakfast sponsored by American State Bank & Trust followed by a welcome from Sam Funk, Williston Research Extension Center director, and Brian Kase, Wheat Show treasurer. Williams County Commodity Elections led by Kelly Leo, Ag &...

  • Eastern MT & Western ND 5th Graders To Experience Fun Educational Opportunity At 2024 Hard Spring Show Bread Fair

    Jaymi Mozeak|Jan 24, 2024

    Through the months of February and March, thanks to the generosity of Northern Lights Honey, North Dakota Mills, and LaSaffre Corporation, and the producer of Red Star Platinum Yeast, the 41st Annual Wheat Show Bread Fair committee will be going into middle schools across the MonDak region to enter 5th graders who want to learn to make bread from scratch. Until 2020, the Annual Bread Fair was part of the National Hard Spring Wheat Show. Since then the National Hard Spring Wheat Show Board continues to be integral in the decision making process...

  • Williams County CMV Fatal Crash

    Jan 24, 2024

    On Monday, Jan. 22 at approximately 1 a.m. CT, a 2014 Peterbilt truck pulling a sandbox trailer, driven by a Hosea Kleinsasse, Aberdeen, SD, was westbound on HWY. 2 near mile marker 41 when it lost control. The semi-truck entered the north ditch and rolled. The driver was pronounced deceased on scene. At the time of the crash the roads were snowy and icy and the weather was cloudy. The agencies who responded to the crash were North Dakota Highway Patrol, Williams County Sheriff’s Office, Ray Ambulance, Ray Fire Department and Epping Fire D...

  • 71st Annual Hard Spring Wheat Show Feb. 1, Williston

    Dianne Swanson|Jan 24, 2024

    The 71st annual Hard Spring Wheat Show takes place Thursday, Feb. 1, at the Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center. The show is always packed with excellent speakers, good food, and the most up-to-date information for area farmers and ranchers and this year is no exception. Start the day off at 8 a.m. with a free breakfast sponsored by American State Bank & Trust followed by a welcome from Sam Funk, Williston Research Extension Center director, and Brian Kase, Wheat Show treasurer. Williams...

  • Eastern MT & Western ND 5th Graders To Experience Fun Educational Opportunity At 2024 Hard Spring Show Bread Fair

    Jaymi Mozeak|Jan 24, 2024

    Through the months of February and March, thanks to the generosity of Northern Lights Honey, North Dakota Mills, and LaSaffre Corporation, and the producer of Red Star Platinum Yeast, the 41st Annual Wheat Show Bread Fair committee will be going into middle schools across the MonDak region to enter 5th graders who want to learn to make bread from scratch. Until 2020, the Annual Bread Fair was part of the National Hard Spring Wheat Show. Since then the National Hard Spring Wheat Show Board contin...

  • Williams County Injury Crash

    Jan 17, 2024

    On Jan. 22 a 2020 Kubota M5, driven by Lester LaDue, Trenton, ND, was traveling eastbound on Hwy 1804 at slow speed approximately 1 mile west of Trenton, ND. A 2009 Freightliner, driven by Michael McGrath, Benton, AR, was traveling eastbound behind the Kubota and two other vehicles. The two vehicles passed the Kubota in the left lane. The freightliner began to pass the Kubota in the left lane as well. The Kubota began to turn left onto 147th Ave NW. The Kubota was struck by the Freightliner. Both the Kubota and Freightliner came to rest in the...

  • 71st Annual Hard Spring Wheat Show Feb. 1, Williston

    Dianne Swanson|Jan 10, 2024

    The 71st annual Hard Spring Wheat Show takes place Thursday, Feb. 1, at the Grand Williston Hotel & Conference Center. The show is always packed with excellent speakers, good food, and the most up-to-date information for area farmers and ranchers and this year is no exception. Start the day off at 8 a.m. with a free breakfast sponsored by American State Bank & Trust followed by a welcome from Sam Funk, Williston Research Extension Center director, and Brian Kase, Wheat Show treasurer. Williams...

  • Williams County Sheriff's Office Looking For Missing Man

    Jan 10, 2024

    The Williams County Sheriff's Office is searching for Roger Shelton, a missing 61-year-old man. He was last seen on Friday evening, Jan. 5 in a residential area west of Williston near the intersection of Hwy 2 and 146th Ave. NW. Roger is 5′2″ and has brown eyes and brown hair. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Shelton, you are asked to contact the Williams County Sheriff's Office at 701-577-7700....

  • MonDak Area Stockgrowers Association Annual Meeting & Dinner, Nov. 30

    Marley Voll|Nov 22, 2023

    The MonDak Area Stockgrowers Association is an affiliate association of both the Montana Stockgrowers Association (MSGA) and the North Dakota Stockman’s Association (NDSA). The association serves cattle producers in Dawson, Richland, Roosevelt, and Wibaux County, MT, Golden Valley, McKenzie, and Williams County, ND. Our organization annually provides scholarships to four students that will have a positive future impact on the agriculture industry. Additionally, we annually provide a scholarship steer to an area 4-H youth who is interested in p...

  • Answering The Call: Recruits Needed For Ambulance Service

    Oct 18, 2023

    Sidney – In the heart of rural communities, volunteer Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) often serve as lifelines, ensuring prompt and effective medical assistance. The Richland County Ambulance Service is looking for compassionate, hard-working, dynamic individuals to become members of its life-saving service. An EMT training class will start Nov. 6 and is anticipated to end Mar. 27. The course includes classroom participation and offers hands-on skills stations that work to develop t...

  • Williams County Fatal Crash

    Sep 6, 2023

    There was a single vehicle fatality crash on Thursday, Sept. 7 at approximately 6:31 p.m. CT. A 2013 Peterbilt semi driven by Steven Fenwick, Williston, ND, was northbound on 115th Ave. NW, just north of Ray, when Fenwick, appeared to have a medical emergency while driving. The semi went off the road and into the east ditch. The semi continued through a fence and struck a tree row before coming to rest in the front yard of a residence. Fenwick was pronounced deceased on scene. At the time of the crash the road conditions were dry and the...

  • Williston Pedestrian Fatal Crash

    Aug 16, 2023

    On Aug. 20 at approximately 3:38 a.m. on 32nd Ave. W. and Bison Drive, Williston, ND, a southbound 2017 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Paul Stewart, Williston, ND, on 32nd Ave. W. struck a pedestrian, Amanda Garrison, Williston, ND. Stewart was wearing his seatbelt and sustained no injuries. Garrison was pronounced deceased on scene. At the time of the crash the road conditions were good and dry and the weather was clear. The agencies who responded to the crash were North Dakota Highway Patrol, Williston Police Department, Williams County...

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