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'Home-shortage tsunami:' Williston, North Dakota's new housing crunch:


North Dakota has become a destination for Millennials, according to recent census figures. They're following jobs and money to a state that has a lot of both, in a wide variety of sectors besides just ...


Top 10 Reasons to Love North Dakota's Small Businesses:




Williston, North Dakota looks at attracting airlines, flights:


At its meeting Tuesday, the commission will get a presentation from Trillion Aviation, a consulting firm, about what the city can do to persuade carriers to add more flights and to attract new airlines ...


Transformers star Josh Duhamel to be the face of North Dakota tourism campaign:


Even North Dakota's tourism director admits it isn't easy promoting a state where the first day of the new year brought temperatures down to a brutal 45 below zero. But having Hollywood actor and Minot ...


Bakken Elementary students take on technology with 'Hour of Code' :




Refugees thank adoptive North Dakota city by feeding hungry:


The Legacy students have done numerous public service projects, including making and distributing hand-tied fleece blankets to the homeless, running a school carnival and helping at nursing homes and ...


Small Business Administration (SBA) Dakota Business - Celebrating National Native American Heritage Month:




Connected and Smart and Rural in North Dakota:




Small Business Owners Graduate from SBA Emerging Leaders Fargo Program:


Fifteen small business owners graduated from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Emerging Leaders program, a "mini-MBA" training initiative for local business on the brink of growth. A graduation ...


Williston Economic Development wins award for its video folders:


"Not only did they work to provide a necessary service to their community," he said, "but also, their participation in the awards program sheds light on their stellar projects, which other communities ...


Sales tax revenue up more than $80M in Williston, North Dakota:


Sales taxes don't represent the total economic picture, but are a good indicator since they track the physical movement of goods and services. North Dakota figures for the second quarter show that Williston's ...


When Dinosaurs Roamed North Dakota:




Business Grants in North Dakota:




Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg visits North Dakota:


Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has stopped in North Dakota on his personal challenge to visit every state in the U.S. this year. Zuckerberg visited the Bakken on Tuesday and toured an oil rig ...


Williston business looks to expand online options:


Cooks on Main mixing virtual, physical retail Williston businesses have been talking about the difficulties of competing with online shopping venues that allow people to shop from home at their ...


America's Best Entrepreneurial Governor:


Doug Burgum, North Dakota's first-term Republican governor, has a unique background in software and venture capital. The North Dakota native and graduate of Stanford's business school invested in tiny ...


1 Million Cups Williston, ND - Little Muddy owner talks about how an elementary school teacher becomes a successful entrepreneur instead:




'No longer a small town:' Mayor runs down Williston, North Dakota's accomplishments:


Five years ago if you showed up in the emergency room for a hospital visit, you were in for a wait. But today, that has changed. Patients who show up in the emergency have dramatically reduced waiting ...


North Dakota Makes Way for New CIO:




As the Bakken heats up again, Williston, North Dakota prepares for more growth:


Even as the bottom fell out of the Bakken boom, Shawn Wenko saw good news in the economic statistics for Williston, America's fastest growing small city during the oil days. True, more than 6,000 jobs ...


North Dakota Procurement Workshops and Webinars:


Government contracting laws and regulations are always changing. Key developments covered in this session include the new SBA Mentor-Protégé program, which is now open to all small businesses; updates ...


North Dakota Governor Kicked Off Senate Floor for Wearing Jeans :


Gov. Doug Burgum was asked to leave the Senate floor this week for wearing jeans. The first-term governor, elected last fall, is well-known for more casual attire than most politicians, often favoring ...


North Dakota Legislators Want Congress to Modify Indian Reservation System: Turn Over Power to States - think they "know best" :


Even though the state of North Dakota has proven to the world--during the Standing Rock opposition--that it cannot properly treat American Indians with respect and dignity, two North Dakota lawmakers ...


North Dakota Law Would Make it Legal to Run Over Protestors:


A bill proposed by a Republican lawmaker in North Dakota will shift forgive motorists any liability if they to run over pedestrians "negligently" occupying a freeway. NICK SMITH Bismarck Tribune Full ...


North Dakota CIO Mike Ressler Departs:


North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum recently announced some changes to the C-suite in Bismarck. Gov. Burgum promised a "high-tech government" while campaigning and draws experience in tech from founding ...


Next North Dakota governor Doug Burgum says success lies on Main Street:


As a one-time computer software executive turned philanthropist who helped rebuild the downtown of North Dakota's largest city, Republican Gov.-elect Doug Burgum is looking to do the same for other communities ...


Williston State expanding free tuition program to Montana :


Williston State College is expanding the area covered by a program that offers free tuition and fees to graduates from high schools in the region. The two-year school in northwestern North Dakota will ...


Shattering glass ceilings in North Dakota:


The Women in Leadership Expo has morphed from its beginnings as one woman's Leadership Williston project into a yearly event that's gathered greater numbers. Failure and resilience, tracking and visualizing ...


Ranchers disappointed by pipeline reclamation process:


"I didn't want to do it," he said, laughing in retrospect. "When they first started putting pipelines through here, when the boom started, it was pretty conniving." By Melissa Krause mkrause@willistonherald.com Full ...


Plenty of jobs for those who are prepared:


Employers are hungry to hire, but they are looking for those that have come prepared. Gone are the days where job seekers could walk into a job fair unkempt and expect to report to work on Monday. ...

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