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Edgar to play softball for Williston State College

Nov 25, 2014 • Helena Independent Record
Helena High 2014 graduate Mickey Edgar recently signed to play softball with Williston State College in North Dakota. Edgar played third base for the Bengals, batting .333 last spring and earning an honorable mention All-State selection. She will begin ... More

Williston suspends strip clubs' booze licenses

Dec 10, 2014 • Bismarck Tribune
Whispers, the longer-established strip club, has offered casino-style blackjack and pull-tab tickets in the past, with half of the proceeds going to Williston State College to help fund scholarships at the two-year school. Copyright 2014 The Associated ... More

Williston County students excited about free ride

Dec 1, 2014 • Crookston Daily Times
Williston, N.D.. The Williston community has been affected by the oil boom in a lot of negative ways, but many bright spots have come because of the vast oil production. One of those came last month when Williston State College made one of its biggest ... More

Cash from Bakken oil boom can make college a tough sell

Dec 3, 2014 • Minneapolis Star Tribune
Even teenagers can make more than twice the minimum wage, making sandwiches or working at Wal-Mart. And with the nation's lowest unemployment rate, anyone who wants a job can find one. That's left the local community college, Williston State College, ... More

Funds for WSC Diesel Program

Dec 11, 2014 • KXNet.com
Williston State College's Diesel Program received $30-thousand dollars for the purchase of new equipment. The Grainger Foundation made a check presentation for $10-thousand Thursday and CAT Tractor and Equipment Company will follow with a ... More

4 North Dakota colleges getting $9.9 million job-training grant

Dec 9, 2014 • Bismarck Tribune
In Williston, the money will go toward Williston State College's oil, gas and transportation programs, as well as several other areas, provost and vice president for instruction Wanda Meyer said. Two years ago, several North Dakota community colleges ... More

Need for nurses increases hiring incentives

Dec 13, 2014 • Jamestown Sun
The program with more than 200 students is a collaborative effort between Bismarck State College, Lake Region State College in Devils Lake, Dakota College at Bottineau and Williston State College. Traynor attributed the high demand to a number of ... More

Demand for nurses leads to recruitment bonuses and other benefits

Dec 9, 2014 • Prairie Business
Nicole Lufkin, right, a licensed practical nurse at Valley Eldercare Center in Grand Forks, N.D., offers resident Helen Pederson a glass of water Tuesday afternoon. Valley Eldercare is offering $10,000 signing bonuses for full-time nurses in order to ... More

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