Williston, NDKFYR-TV

Three suspects arrested in connection with Williston shootings

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - A 21-year-old is accused of shooting into a vehicle at an ARCO gas station in Williston. Jurique Pinnock was arrested by Williston law enforcement and charged with attempted murder. Court documents say in the early morning hours of June 20th, Pinnock crouched beside his car with...
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Sidney, MTSidney Herald

Garage Sale Thursday, June 24 4 to 8 pm Friday

Garage Sale Thursday, June 24 4 to 8 pm Friday, June 25 4 to 8 pm oak round table w/4 chairs 1 leaf, picture frames, home décor; saddles, horse tack, tack hooks, NEW Maytag washer and dryer; and more. 12241 Hwy 16, Sidney ¼ (.25) mile S of roundabout right side of road Big red shop NO Early Sales.
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Williston Daily Herald

21-year-old charged with attempted murder after Sunday shooting

Two shootings in Williston over the weekend led to the arrest of a 21-year-old man on an attempted murder charge and two others on terrorizing charges. Jurique Pinnock was charged Tuesday, June 22, with a class A felony count of criminal attempt — murder. Eddie Dean Anderson III and Latikqua Anderson were both charged with one class C felony count of conspiracy to commit terrorizing. A bond hearing was scheduled for Wednesday afternoon.
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Williston Daily Herald

Williston Builders unveils ambitious plans for a destination outdoor swimming pool in Williston

The pandemic took a lot of wind out of a lot of sails in 2020, among them the Williston Community Builders, which had to cancel its signature Festival of Trees fundraiser. That event annually raises hundreds of thousands of dollars that Williston Builders puts toward community projects, ranging from the Little Library project to Davidson Park and its splash pad.
Sidney, MTSidney Herald

Howard “Jay” Sissel, 75

Howard “Jay” Sissel, 75, of Sidney, Montana passed away on Thursday June 17, 2021 at Sidney Health Center in Sidney. Jay was born in Seattle, Washington on June 22, 1945, the only child of Howard and Faye (Wallace) Sissel. The family moved to Sidney shortly thereafter. Jay graduated in 1966 from Sidney High School and joined the Army National Guard that same year.
Sidney, MTSidney Herald

Lloyd Everet Keller, 66

Lloyd Everet Keller, 66, of Sidney, Montana passed away suddenly on June 15, 2021 of natural causes at his farmhouse south of Sidney, Montana. Lloyd was born Oct. 24, 1954, in Culbertson Montana at Roosevelt County Memorial Hospital, to G. Edgar and Rosa (Hartland) Keller. He was the youngest of six children. The family was living on the farm in the Elmdale community. The family attended the Mona Church of Christ.
Sidney, MTSidney Herald

Vernon Eugene "Bud" Dodge, 94

Vernon Eugene "Bud" Dodge, 94, of Sidney, Montana passed away peacefully in the evening hours of Monday, June 21, 2021 at the Sidney Health Center Extended Care in Sidney. His final days were spent surrounded by his grandchildren. Bud was born Sept. 12, 1926 in Kenmare, North Dakota to David...
Sidney, MTSidney Herald

James (Jim) Wendell Corbett, 80

On Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 1:30 p.m., James (Jim) Wendell Corbett passed into Heaven from Cedar Wood Villa in Red Lodge, Montana. Jim was 80 years old. Jim Corbett was born in Kalispell, Montana on July 21, 1940. He was the second living son of Irene (Diseth) and Charles Corbett of Coram, Montana.
Bismarck, NDKFYR-TV

District 7 Teacher Agreement Ratified

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - On Monday night, the new Williston Basin School District #007 board unanimously approved the teacher agreement it reached with the Williston Education Association last week. This came after months of tense negotiations that nearly ended in an impasse. The approval comes just days ahead of the...
Williston, NDWilliston Daily Herald

Penny Slagle, clay target league coach, talks team success, moving forward

Penny Slagle, the head coach for the Coyote Clay Target League, said she is proud of what her team accomplished not just at the state tournament but during the entire season. Slagle talked about the league on June 21, a day after they competed at the state tournament and placed second, and said ultimately they have always been a very competitive team and very good.
Buford, NDWilliston Daily Herald

Fort Buford to host weekend of events for Great Western Cattle Trail project unveiling

Bringing back a nearly forgotten part of Western history, the Long X Wagon Train will be making its final stop at Fort Buford Saturday, just as it did more than 150 years ago. Millions of cattle and horses were driven from Texas to Canada in the late 1800s, ending at Fort Buford in North Dakota. The Great Western Cattle Trail project is marking that trail, and hosting some special events at the Fort in commemoration.
Fairview, MTSidney Herald

Bubba pulls Fairview fire truck for his father

In Fairview on the day before Father’s Day, Austin Wicorek pulled his weight and a lot more in an effort to honor his father’s memory with a proper grave marker. Austin, better known as “Bubba” to family and friends, pulled a 44,000 pound Fairview fire truck 100 feet in an effort to raise money to place a marker and bench at his father’s grave.
Williston, NDWilliston Daily Herald

City Commission names Matt Clarke as new Williston Fire Department Chief

The Williston City Commission looked within and found the perfect candidate to succeed Fire Chief Jason Catrambone, approving the appointment of Matt Clark as Williston's new Fire Chief. City Administrator David Tuan told the commission that upon Chief Catrambone's notice of resignation, he and Human Resources Director Chery Pierzina began...
Williston, NDWilliston Daily Herald

Sea Lions prep for weekend meet in South Dakota

The Williston Sea Lions will be looking to make a statement this weekend. Twenty-five members will be competing in the 2021 Rushmore Classic in Rapid City, South Dakota from Friday, June 25 through Sunday, June 27. Cameron Elmer, the head coach for the team, said the Sea Lions are one...

Williston police investigate shooting incidents

WILLISTON, N.D. – Police are investigating multiple reports of gunfire in Williston. According to authorities, there were two places where gunshots were fired in the city early Sunday morning. They say no one has been hurt by the gunfire. Investigators believe the shootings were not random and that individuals were...
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Sidney diesel prices: Comparison shows where to save $0.02 per gallon

(SIDNEY, MT) Your choice of gas station could be costing you as much as $0.02 if you’re buying diesel in Sidney, according to a recent price survey. The survey looked at prices across the greater Sidney area, and found that the cheapest gallon of diesel as of Tuesday was $3.12, at Town Pump at 12280 Mt-200 Unit 1. By comparison, the most expensive was $3.14, listed at Cenex at 1281 S Central Ave.