THE NEW FORTY A commentary on a comment...
I try and publish all the comments submitted on my blog. Occasionally I will choose not to publish a comment, either because it adds nothing constructive to the discussion or is downright hateful or d... Posted on 2/18/13 at 8:58 AM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Meeting regarding Killdeer Mountain and State Trust lands
Anne Marguerite Coyle, a biological consultant and researcher for the N.D. Golden Eagle Project, sent out a news release Thursday encouraging conservation-minded people in western North Dakota to atte... Posted on 1/10/13 at 10:28 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The Good, the Bad and the Abysmally, Painfully Awful
Apparently, the movie Battleship is about as bad as you would have expected it to be. I have a hard time believing any movie could be as bad as Transformers was, but apparently this hits that low mark... Posted on 5/23/12 at 1:26 PM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
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Montana Sens. Jon Tester and Max Baucus requested the study to give oil field workers another transportation option. They note that the oil field jobs are drawing workers from all over Montana, but some are finding it difficult to make the long commute.
Landfill employees here discovered at least two “hot loads” this week, illustrating why a group of North Dakota citizens is worried about the proper disposal of radioactive waste that comes with oil production.
The AFL-CIO has released its annual “Death on the Job” report, ranking North Dakota in last place for worker safety, with a worker fatality rate in 2011 of 12.4 per 100,000 workers. The national rate is 3.5 fatalities per 100,000 workers.
When it came time for two Montana oilmen to name their horse, Frac Daddy was a natural choice. Petroleum geologist Carter Stewart, who does a lot of work in North Dakota, said the horse’s father is named Scat Daddy and naming the 3-year-old gray colt after hydraulic fracturing just popped out of his mouth.
Rep. Bob Skarphol said late Wednesday a bill to provide $1.1 billion to western North Dakota communities will deliver ample funding to address infrastructure and other needs, but will not provide the long-term help the bill was intended to do.
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