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Anna Nelson

By Falon Justice / January 26, 2023

The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce has snagged a true gem in their President. If you’ve had the pleasure of meeting Anna Nelson, you know exactly what I mean! She was born in Oregon, moved to Kotzebue, Alaska, then back to Rolla, ND, where she was homeschooled until the 7th grade. When I asked about […]

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Missouri Ridge Students Give

By Rachel Venture / January 19, 2023

The students at Missouri Ridge school came together recently in the heart of a tragedy to bring help and comfort to those in need. Through overwhelming support and kindness, the family of those afflicted can sleep slightly better knowing they live in a place where neighbors and classmates take care of each other. Kindness is […]

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Focus On: Shawn Wenko

By Falon Justice / January 12, 2023

Williston has many champions, and there are few more dedicated than Shawn Wenko. Wenko has been the Director of Economic Development since 2014 and recently snagged the position of City Administrator in a dual-role capacity. “It is truly an honor to be selected by the Williston City Commission as the Interim Administrator that will see […]

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Don’t Hate; Meditate

By Alex McCann Johnson / January 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, there are those that have found this as one of the most important parts of their routine. These are the people who have found the […]

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Tips for Baking Better Christmas Cookies

By Community Shopper / December 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. Cookies are a classic holiday treat, and some families even build entire traditions around baking Christmas cookies. Novice bakers making cookies for the first time […]

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