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North Dakota flu vaccinations for children are lagging significantly behind where they were at this time last year, and that has health department officials worried about what that might mean for hospital capacity and the safety of children during the 2021 flu season.
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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, s…
Downtown Williston looked like a scene straight from Santa’s workshop, as holiday floats lit up Main Street.
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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.
North Dakota broke ground Friday afternoon on a state-of-the-art agricultural complex at North Dakota State University.
All three of the nation’s largest cattle associations have banded together to call for the suspension of Brazilian beef imports, and the situation has prompted U.S. Senator Jon Tester, D-Montana, to introduce a bill to do just that.
The Trenton High School girls basketball team finalized its 2021-2022 season roster earlier in the week.
The Williston High School boys hockey team is expected to have an outstanding season this year.
There are some pretty big names on the Williston High School girls hockey team this year, and it looks like they’re going to have a promising season.
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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Scientists with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in Peoria, Illinois, have developed a way to make a better jet biofuel from soybean oil.
It’s official. TC Energy, the company behind the Keystone XL pipeline, has submitted a formal request for arbitration that seeks $15 billion i…