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On Sunday, a Williston man was arrested and charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault after law enforcement responded to CHI St. Alexius Health Williston to two victims who had lacerations from a knife. The suspect, Casey Wayne Heller, posted a $1 million cash bond on Monday and w…

Angus enthusiasts from across the country, toured through Southwestern North Dakota recently, on the Fall Angus Tour hosted by the North Dakota Angus Association (NDAA). People from twelve states came together September 17th through 19th in Dickinson and set out to view the areas Angus cattl…

Hello! I am Brendan Saunders, the new sports reporter here at the Williston Herald. I am so excited about joining the community and getting started doing what I love!

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By Mike Peluso I really don’t want to be talking about ice fishing yet, but Mother Nature definitely had other plans for us here in North Dakota. It is hard for me to believe we were open water fishing a week ago in 70 degree weather and now we have 2 feet of snow on...

By Nick Simonson Southeastern North Dakota finds itself in a familiar spot heading into an ice fishing season which may have been jumpstarted by cold conditions descending on the region in this second week of November. As hardwater sets up, ice anglers will likely find good fishing on the area’s major destinations and plenty of...

By Nick Simonson From across a golden field of fall CRP grasses, or bounding through the leafless November brush on a steep hillside, it’s easy to see the arching back-and-forth following a whitetail deer in full flight.  Their name says it all and that white flag on their rear end typically does too.  From the...

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