All of The Williston Herald's coverage of the novel coronavirus outbreak
Reports of a new variant of concern for COVID-19 were not what bought Michele Antonson to the Upper Missouri District Health Unit’s walk-in vaccination clinic on Thursday.
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BISMARCK – The deadline for applications for the emergency feed transportation assistance program has been extended until Jan. 21, 2022.
North Dakota was among states that took on the Obama administration’s 2015 Waters of the US rules, and it’s ready to do so again if need be, state regulators and farming and ranching representatives told EPA officials.
The U.S. EPA is turning back the clock on WOTUS to 2015, citing the need for a “stable and certain” definition of WOTUS.
The Ray/Powers Lake High School football team will be playing in Class B, 11-man football starting fall 2022.
The Williston State College men’s hockey team lost a close game to Dakota College at Bottineau on Wednesday, Dec. 1, losing 3-2.
The Williston High School boy’s wrestling team started the Sidney Eagle Invitational strong on Friday, Dec. 3.
The 11th annual Donn Skadeland Night at Williston High School will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 7 for the boys basketball team, and Friday, Jan. 14 for the girls basketball team.
The first wave of Class A boys and girls basketball polls were released Wednesday, Dec. 1.
The North Dakota High School Coaches Association announced its Class A Volleyball All-State Team.
In the Wednesday, Nov. 17 edition of The Williston Herald, the sports story titled, “WSC men’s basketball enters 4-game losing streak,” was incorrect. The story should have said that the men’s basketball team won 113-67 on Sunday, Nov. 14. The headline, subsequently, was also incorrect. The …
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