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Williston, North Dakota

Founded in 1887, Williston was named for Daniel Willis James, a board member of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, by his friend, railroad owner, James J. Hill. It is near the confluence of the Yellowstone River and the Missouri River, at the upper end of the Lake Sakakawea reservoir. Williston is the home of Williston State College and the Miss North Dakota Scholarship Pageant.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 3.03% of the population of Williston. The state of North Dakota has 6,930 members in 2 stakes, 7 wards, 9 branches, 1 mission, and 1 temple located in Bismark.

LDS History

The first missionaries began working in North Dakota in the summer of 1884. They returned to the area most summers thereafter. By 1898, the work in North Dakota showed enough promise that Northern States Mission leaders established the North Dakota Conference. In September of 1914, missionaries held a meeting with 108 members of the Gros Ventre tribe on the Berthold Reservation. At that meeting they baptized six. The first Church unit in North Dakota not on a reservation was a Sunday School, which soon grew into a branch, established in 1923 at Grand Forks in the northeastern part of the state.

Family Friendliness

With wide open spaces there are many places to explore. Be sure to visit the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Fort Buford, Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center, Lake Sakakawea, and the Eagle Ridge Golf Club.

Bismarck North Dakota Temple

228 miles SE of Williston


Williston is in northwestern North Dakota’s booming oil patch where adequate, affordable housing has become a concern. The 2010 census counted a population of 14,716, up from 12,680 in 2000, but the number of current residents is likely much higher because the count did not include those living in temporary housing. The actual population may be as high as 30,000.


The July high is around 84 degrees and the January low is -2. Williston, ND, gets 14 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 39 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 94. On average, there are 207 sunny days per year in Williston, ND.

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