Extra-Curriculars Help with Success

By Community Shopper | Jan 10, 2023

High school students are undoubtedly familiar with the belief that extracurricular activities can help separate applicants when seeking admissions to competitive colleges and universities. But research has long indicated that […]

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Don’t Hate; Meditate

By Alex McCann Johnson | Jan 5, 2023

If there is one practice that is best in order to help in the journey of self-discovery, meditation is it. While many think of this as more of a chore, […]

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Slime Community

By Falon Justice | Jan 5, 2023

As a parent, my hatred of the slime trend is vast. Like, really, really, vast. The sticky, icky goo that hardens and stains ALL THE THINGS. My littles know that […]

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Boredom Busters in Williston, ND

By McKenna Walter | Jan 5, 2023

Sometimes finding stuff to do can feel impossible. However, there’s almost always something to do in Williston, ND. With the New Year, the Williston Parks and Recreation has opened their […]

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One Word for the Entire Year

By Alex McCann Johnson | Dec 29, 2022

The New Year’s resolution has been around for a very long time. We don’t actually know when the first resolution took place, but we know that the Babylonians were the […]

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The Grand Williston Hotel Renovations

By Falon Justice | Dec 29, 2022

From the Airport International Inn to the Grand Williston Hotel and Conference Center, many of us have attended at least one birthday party, wedding, or Christmas party at this Williston […]

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Be Prepared for Any Winter Storm

By McKenna Walter | Dec 15, 2022

Winter storms and blizzards can be hard for anyone to handle. However, there are some things that can help everyone prepare. Whether it is surviving the physical conditions or the […]

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Tips for Baking Better Christmas Cookies

By Community Shopper | Dec 15, 2022

Cookies and other baked treats are everywhere come the holiday season. It’s not uncommon to give cookies as gifts or arrive at holiday gatherings with cakes and other decadent desserts. […]

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Avoid These 4 Charity Scams

By Community Shopper | Dec 8, 2022

Charitable giving grew in 2021. According to Blackbaud Institute, a social good innovator, giving not only increased after COVID-19, but actually rebounded more than it had in a decade – […]

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Lights on 2nd Ave

By Heather Calkins | Dec 8, 2022

For the past 5 years, you may have seen and enjoyed the Lights on 2nd Ave East, but do you know the history? Well, we are here to introduce you […]

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Christmas at the MonDak Heritage Center

By Community Shopper | Dec 8, 2022

Sunday, December 11th from 1:30pm – 3:00pm the MonDak Heritage Center will be celebrating MonDak Christmas. This fun filled afternoon will include photos with Santa, refreshments, a bake sale, live […]

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Sensitive Santa Soothes Holiday Anxieties for Kids

By McKenna Walter | Dec 8, 2022

Bringing your kids to visit Santa is practically a Christmas must, and while the loud, cheerful environment is exciting for some, for others, it can cause extreme stress. That’s where […]

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