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Williston Police officer with lost dog, Williston, N.D.
Police; Police stations; Policewomen; Dogs;
Inside the Williston Police Department, an officer sits with a lost dog. Unfortunately, this officer has not been identified. The dog may be a police dog, on the other hand.
Williston Police Chief Henson and little girl, Williston, N.D.
Police; Police stations; Men; Girls; Eyeglasses; Coats; Hats; Offices;
Williston Police chief Henson sits in the Williston Police station with a little girl, who is likely missing.
Williston Police officer on motorcycle, Williston, N.D.
Police; Motorcycles; Men; Automobiles; Automobile dealerships; Automobile equipment & supplies stores; Automobile service stations;
A pollice officer is parked next to an automobile near Stockman Motor Co. in Williston. Unfortunately, this officer has not been identified.
Williston Police officers at target practice, Williston, N.D.
Police; Targets (Sports); Target practice; Rifle ranges; Uniforms; Men; Eyeglasses; Hats; Firearms;
Williston Police officers hang up new signs during target practice.
Williston Police officer Ray Atol carrying boy, Williston, N.D.
Police; Boys; Loss of consciousness; Wounds & injuries; Sleds & sleighs; Snow; Automobiles; Houses; Yards; Neighborhoods;
After what looks like a sledding accident, Williston Police Officer Ray Atol is pictured carrying an unconscious boy. Another boy can be seen in the background, and two sleds can be seen. One near the...
Williston Police Chief L.T. Anderson in office, N.D.
Police; Police stations; Men; Offices; Smoke; Smoking; Cigarettes; Suits (Clothing); Neckties;
A view of Williston Police Chief L.T. Anderson at his desk in his office, exhaling smoke from a cigarette.
Williston Police School in Masonic Hall, Williston, N.D.
Police; Schools; Education; Men; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Coats; Chairs; Masonic buildings; Law enforcement training; Law enforcement officers; Law enforcement;
About twelve Williston Police Officers are shown at the Williston Police School in the Masonic Hall in Williston. Unfortunately, the names of the men shown have not been identified.
Williston Police officers, N.D.
Police; Police stations; Typewriters; Typewriting; Men; Neckties; Counters; Hats;
Three officers from the Williston Police Department stand around a man at a typewriter. One man is at the counter, perhaps dictating an incident or complaint. Unfortunately none of the law enforcement...
Williston Police officer Lutz cleaning up vandalism in home, Williston, N.D.
Police; Hoses; Vandalism; Cleaning; Interiors; Windows;
Willison Police Officer Lutz sprays water into a hole in the floor in a home in Williston. Behind him, the window is broken, which means that he is most likely cleaning up a crime scene. Unfortunately,...
Williston Police Station lost dog, Williston, N.D.
Dogs; Police stations;
A lost dog sits on the countertop in the Williston Police Station behind a sign that reads "I'm Lost!"
Williston Police Chief "L.T. is trash" written on city limits sign, Williston, N.D.
Vandalism; Graffiti; Signs (Notices); Police; Men; Roads; Traffic signs & signals; Coats; Mustaches;
Williston Police Chief L.T. Anderson stands next to a Williston city limits sign that was vandalized to read "L.T. is trash."
North Dakota Firemen's Convention, Williston, N.D.
Meetings; Fire fighting; Fire fighters; Police; Men; Hats; Pointing fingers; Windows;
Two police officers signal from outside a business in downtown Williston, for a person to go attend the North Dakota Firemen's Convention, which was held in the old Armory, and on the lawn outside Williston...
Law Enforcement and State Officials, Williston, N.D.
Men; Shaking hands; Suits (Clothing); Neckties; Sheriffs; Police; Lawyers;
A photograph of North Dakota Law Enforcement Officials in Williston. Among the group are Police Sheriff Olson, State Highway Patrol officers, Lavern Neff (perhaps the States Attorney), L.T. Anderson, Chief...
Dog in Williston Police Station, N.D.
Police stations; Dogs; Police dogs; Telephones; Typewriters;
A view of the desk at the Williston Police Department, and a dog that is either a police dog, or just a lost dog.
Band Day parade 1989, Police Chief Ray Atol on motorcycle, Williston, N.D.
Parades & processions; Business districts; Celebrations; Spectators; People; Crowds; Police; Police stations; Men; Uniforms; Motorcycles; Hats;
The chief of police of the Wiliston Police Department rides down the street, past spectators, in the Williston Band Festival parade.
Williston's 10th anniversary of oil discovery celebration parade, N.D.
Celebrations; Parades & processions; Business districts; Petroleum industry; Police; Police stations; Men; Motorcycles; Automobiles; Horseback riding; Horses; Fabric shops; Jewelers; Cafes; Fast food restaurants; Department stores; Clothing stores; Hotels; Spectators; People; Crowds;
An officer from the Williston Police Department leads the way for more police officers in automobiles and on horseback in the 10th anniversary of oil discovery celebration parade in Williston.
Upper Missouri Valley Fair 1983, Ray Atol Parade Marshall, Williston, N.D.
Parades & processions; Business districts; Police; Men; Convertible automobiles; Cowboy hats; Automobiles; Spectators; People;
Ray Atol, Parade Marshall of the Upper Missouri Valley Fair, rides on the back of a convertible in the parade.
Williston Christmas parade 1983, Ray Atol on four-wheeler, N.D.
Parades & processions; Holidays; Business districts; Men; Police; Spectators; People; Automobiles;
Ray Atol rides past spectators in the Williston Christmas parade.
Williston Christmas parade 1983, Williston Police Department, N.D.
Parades & processions; Holidays; Business districts; Police; Police stations; Spectators; Automobiles;
Two officers from the Williston Police department drive past spectators in the Williston Christmas parade.
Band Day parade 1984, Ray Atol on motorcycle, Williston, N.D.
Parades & processions; Police; Motorcycles; Business districts; Spectators; Veterans; Marching bands; Musicians; Musical instruments; Band uniforms; Sidewalks; Real estate business; Drugstores;
Ray Atol, of the Williston Police Department, poses for a photograph on his motorcycle in the Williston Band Day Parade. An unidentified Canadian marching band can be seen behind him, and a Veteran of...
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