Renée Jean / Williston Herald
WILLISTON, N.D. — Wet weather is raising quality concerns for wheat and pulse crops in scattered areas of North Dakota, depending on how mature the crop was at the time, and how much rain fell. The harvest of hard red spring wheat did accelerate somewhat for the week of Aug. 18 to Aug. 25, according to the latest figures from the USDA’s weekly crop progress report, but weekend rain slowed some producers down. Thirty-eight percent of the nation’s crop has so far been harvested, well behind the average pace of 65%. In North Dakota, 34% has been harvested.
WILLISTON, N.D. — Of the six states that lie in the Minneapolis Fed’s six-state region, North Dakota has been hit hardest by the trade war. Just how hard, however, is difficult to pin down. The Minneapolis Fed lists soybeans, car parts, pork, adhesive films and tapes, combine harvesters and paper towels as among the biggest export losers for the first four months of 2019 for North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Montana, and Michigan.
WILLISTON, N.D. - A 56-year-old Williston woman accused of stealing about $1.5 million from her employer between 2009 and 2017 pleaded guilty to the crime in Northwest District Court on Monday, April 15.
WILLISTON, N.D. -- Plans to develop a royalty owners groups are proceeding, says the group’s organizer Bob Skarphol, though he is asking members to be patient with slow progress at least for now.
WILLISTON, N.D.—The Permian came to call on the Bakken Thursday afternoon, May 31, and what followed was an interesting exchange of information and a lot of "me too" moments. The story of how Williston handled its boom has played out in a very public way, with many national media parachuting into the area to write stories about the community's growing pains.
WILLISTON, N.D.—All of the sites area fishermen showed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Wednesday, May 23, made the short list of places the federal agency will reconsider for expanded or improved fishing access.
WILLISTON, N.D.—When the last airplane takes off from Sloulin Field and the airport site is decommissioned, the city will have an immense opportunity that is 640 acres wide. Deciding what to put in that field of dreams wasn't just a matter of deciding what to build, Cardon Global CEO Don Cardon told a packed house of Williston residents who gathered in the Grand Williston Hotel to learn more about the city's plan for the land.