Community Beat

All Fur Love

By Rachel Venture / January 26, 2023

For most Williston citizens, pets are like family. That friendly furry face greeting you every day is what makes a house a home and that reliable companionship transcends human history. Mondak Animal Rescue has been diligently working to bring pets to their furrrrrever humans in their new building since April 12, 2019. We all know […]

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Travis Anderson Trio

By Rachel Venture / January 19, 2023

The citizens of Williston have great taste in music unique to this area. From Big Band swing music to traditional Lakota drum circles, we here in Williston have the lucky ability to attract the best musicians. This Tuesday, January 24, at 7 pm, as part of the Williston Concert Association series, the Travis Anderson Trio, […]

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Preparing Your Winter Survival Kit

By McKenna Walter / January 12, 2023

Living in the Midwest has given all of us more than our fair share of winter weather and driving in that winter weather. I am not one who likes to drive in the best of conditions, and icy, snowy roads can make my anxiety skyrocket. However, being prepared is the best way I know how […]

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Slime Community

By Falon Justice / January 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 it doesn’t even come into my house. Imagine my reaction when my good friend told me about her new job at Slime Community; I was […]

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Boredom Busters in Williston, ND

By McKenna Walter / January 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 Winter/Spring Programs registration!  Kicking off the New Year for youth sports is: 3rd-6th Grade Boys Basketball: January 10th – March 9th K-6th Grade Winter Cheer […]

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Be Prepared for Any Winter Storm

By McKenna Walter / December 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 mental boredom from being kept inside, follow this guide to survive frigid weather. Home Preparation Having your home prepared for a winter storm is one […]

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Lights on 2nd Ave

By Heather Calkins / December 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 to Mr. and Mrs. Claus themselves! Kortni and Bryan Longwell work intensively every year for several weeks before Halloween to seemingly bring the dream of […]

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Significant Reaction Deems Special Thanks

By Community Shopper / August 25, 2022

Although high winds commonly rush through this northwestern region, sometimes the unexpected happens before we know it. Luckily, the Red Rock Collision Center crew managed to escape within 45 seconds of the disastrous wreck from a nearby detached rooftop, breaking off and crashing on their property. Since 2021, Red Rock Collision has provided the community […]

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