Tuesday, November 15, 2016

MODE Opens In Downtown Williston -- November 15, 2016

Williston MODE:  
Shoppers flocked to a new boutique in Downtown Williston yesterday. The Chamber held a ribbon cutting ceremony for MODE - Williston. The new women's clothing store is located in the new Renaissance on Main building at the corner of Main St. and 2nd St. W. Two Williston entrepreneurs are collaborating on the project; Deanette Piesik and Kim Wenko. The store will celebrate its grand opening Nov. 10 and 11 with giveaways and special offers.
Williston car dealer to move.  
There might be something charming about having a car dealership in the middle of downtown, but it can also be quite limiting. Red Rock Ford, which in June took over the space in Williston previously occupied by Select Ford, understands that very well. That's why the dealership is planning a big move. The company started work on its new location in early November. The site is located in the Sand Creek Town Centre retail development near Menards. 
Photography studio moves.
The owners of Tangled Roots Photography and Kirsten Braaten Photography will celebrate the grand opening of their new location Nov. 12 from 2-6 p.m. The store is located in the  Diamond Plaza next to Sears.
Heidi supports Trump
Border protection officers shared their challenges in recruiting and retaining personnel with Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND, during her visit to the Portal Port of Entry Nov. 4. Heitkamp met with U.S. Customs and Border Protection to discuss ways to improve security along the nation's more than 5,500-mile northern border. "All of our borders need to be secure," said Heitkamp, who noted that activities such as drug or human trafficking shift northward when security is tightened on the southern border. 
New Sportsman's Club seeks land for first-class gun range
The new Richland County Sportsmen's Club is making strides and the goal of a first-class gun range in the area is becoming closer to reality. The club held its organizational meeting at the Elks Lodge recently. The Richland County Sportsmen's Club is now officially a 501 (c)(4) and it can begin searching for property for a gun range. The land should be at least half a section.   

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