Williston


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Wil·lis·ton

(wil'is-tŏn),
Samuel Wendell, U.S. paleontologist, 1852-1918. See: Williston law.
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I think everyone realizes it's more expensive to do anything in Williston," Nadolny said during an interview on campus.
The recent decline has been almost as rapid and brutal as the second half of 2008 and early 2009 when Williston prices crashed from $116 in July 2008 to average less than $17 in December (http://link.
The additional 300 MMcf/d in the Williston Basin will increase our natural gas processing capacity to approximately 1.
8220;It has been a goal of the Williston Public School District #1 to improve communications with parents and community and this new webspace will allow this goal to be achieved, said Dr.
ATCO looks forward to providing workers in the Williston area with comfortable, safe accommodation.
She was a member of the faculty of the University of North Dakota at Williston for sixteen years and received the Sioux Award, the highest alumni and foundation award, from the University in 1994.
Sarah Elizabeth Williston and Katherine Adair Bowen Williston of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, served as flower girls.
MorrisSwitzer Environments for Health: Williston, VT
Kirby Williston is the new president of the Timmins Chamber of Commerce.
Andrew Hernandez, Steven Deese and Jason Williston combined to shut down the Susana Knolls offense.
Spotted Hawk Development, LLC ("SHD" or the "Company"), a privately held upstream oil and gas company with concentrated assets in the Williston Basin, today announced the successful completion of a $100 million senior secured term note facility.