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  • Many of our strongest wells in 2011 have been drilled in this area, which we refer to as the Williston prospect. 59% of the new acreage is already held by production.

  • Wixom and Seiler are both likely to be counted in Williston, where they spend most of their time.

    Towns fight for Census numbers

  • Energy giant Halliburton is using one of the rare new townhome developments in Williston to house workers.

    Towns fight for Census numbers

  • On Monday night in Williston, there was also a family of 3, including their dog in a van on the Walmart parking lot, who had set up their propane camp stove and were happily having a barbecue.

    Fuck campgrounds, I'm holidaying at the Wal-Mart, baby!

  • He wasn't a whimsical man; for forty years he'd sold insurance out of the same office in Williston, Montana, so the new passion was something of a surprise.

    A Record Book for Small Farmers

  • It's a formation known as the Williston Basin, but is more commonly referred to as the 'Bakken.'

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Center in Williston, which is plugged into a nationwide database of criminal histories.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • State police asked any witnesses to call the Williston station at 878-7111.

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  • Thomas Morris of Morris-Switzer Architects in Williston, which is designing the memory care wing, will also be attending, she said.

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  • Williston, which is in the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, defeated Nature Coast in the opening round of the 2006 playoffs.

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