WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — The two people who oversaw Salvation Army efforts in Williston during the recent oil boom are moving on.
Capts. Joshua and Rhegan Stansbury are being transferred to Springfield, Illinois, after five years in the oil patch hub.
Joshua Stansbury says that he and his wife experienced both the boom and the recent slowdown in the oil industry. He says they’ll miss Williston, but they’re also excited about a new adventure.
A public farewell event was held last week, and the Stansburys will be replaced in Williston at the end of the month.
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