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A local Boy Scout was honored twice on Thursday, celebrating his birthday while earning the highest award a Scout can receive.
Williston Economic Development has been recognized with a marketing award from the Mid-America Economic Development Council for their Willisto…
As a result of the recent Sidney Public Schools Board of Trustees election, Kelly Dey and Josh McGahan were elected to the school board, receiving the most votes.
The date is been set for an in-person Field Day at the Eastern Area Agriculture Center this year, one of a series that will take place across the Montana State University System.
Williston Research Extension Center has had to abandon its winter wheat trials because of the drought.
Not much progress was made over the week when it comes to planting MonDak crops, with temperatures falling below freezing many nights.
Durum wheat got a center-stage moment on the floor of the U.S. Senate Wednesday afternoon as Congress continues to talk about infrastructure.
The Williston State College volleyball team will see several new faces in the fall 2021 semester, and one of those faces is Ashlyn Halford.
Fairview High School hosted a track meet on Friday, May 7, with 10 teams competing before the big District 2C meet on Tuesday, May 11.
The Sidney High School track and field team had a good showing at the John Polich Cowboy/Cowgirl Invitational in Miles City on Saturday, May 8, as the boy's team finished seventh and the girl's team finished eighth, out of 13 teams.
For the first time since 1998 the Williston High School boys track and field team defeated Dickinson and Minot in an outdoor meet.
Whether you work in or with the energy sector in the Williston Basin, you know that it’s a constantly evolving landscape. Staying on top of it means constantly chasing that leading edge, and that’s what Energy Chaser is all about. We’ll keep you connected with what’s happening to the sector in the Bakken and beyond.
America is walking a tightrope between nations who are spending large on false narratives, including one that America is in decline and fallin…
The Williston Basin Petroleum Conference had a surprise guest not listed on its official agenda on the last day, President Joe Biden’s Energy …
The question: Would oil from the Keystone XL pipeline compete with Bakken oil if the new pipeline is built?
Liberty plans to hold an investor day June 17 in Denver this year, to discuss trends in the energy sector, as well as their acquisition of Sch…