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Third person pleads guilty in drug-related Fargo murder conspiracy
Islamists planning imminent attack in Norway: police
Some say Grand Forks' drainage problem might not be worth cost to fix
Fargo woman arrested after flight altercation
U.S. launches $10 billion rural infrastructure fund
crime and courts
LEGION BASEBALL: EGF finishes off regular-season with 8-3 victory of Grand Forks Royals
Records on Super Bowl bid show NFL request for snowplowing priority
UND FOOTBALL: New video scoreboards going up at the Alerus for the football season
YOUTH BASEBALL: Wednesday's results
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Can UND compete consistently on a bigger stage?
CATHERINE KRUMMEY: ‘Begin Again’ more like ‘Once’ again
AT THE MOVIES: 'Hercules' ... 'And Sot it Goes' ... 'Lucy'
WDAZ hires new sports reporter
Dogs are capable of feeling jealousy: U.S. study
COOKING WITH JESSICA KARLEY: Make your own summer popsicles
life & style
Gordon Ralph Jobes
Shannon M. (Berent) Gullickson
Dennis C. Andruski
Hudson Dahlin walleye
Report of zebra mussel on Green Lake investigated
Brad Vollrath muskie
Jeff Lembke muskie
DOUG LEIER: Sage grouse face long, slow road to recovery in N.D.
OUR OPINION: Grand Forks should commit to becoming Sports City
Robert Hale: Amendment ensures N.D. respects, protects life
OUR OPINION: Marcil family’s gift makes exceptional difference
DOUG GOEHRING: Sound bytes v. smart regs in ag commissioner race
LETTER: Shame on society for propagating modern ‘blacklists’
65th Wedding Anniversary
September 13, 2013
N.D. gets to work on new flaring law
North Dakota is in the process of implementing and enforcing a new law that incentivizes well operators to flare less gas. The Industrial Commission's Oil and Gas Division is updating its administrative code based on the new law which, as of July 1, doubled the time an operator could...
September 13, 2013 - 9:10pm
Oil production surges, but so does flaring
September 13, 2013 - 9:05pm
August 21, 2013
North Dakota wants 'a better plan' on flaring
BISMARCK -- North Dakota's top oil regulator said Wednesday about 1,500 oil wells around the Oil Patch are flaring natural gas and not connected to a pipeline. Of those, he said upwards of 450 are in such remote locations, it's unlikely they will ever get connected. "We want to...
August 21, 2013 - 7:36pm
January 22, 2012
Lynn Helms, Bismarck, letter: N.D. acts decisively on fracking, flaring
BISMARCK -- I'd like to offer a follow-up to the Herald's editorial, "N.D. must lead on regulating fracking" (Page A4, Jan. 16). On Friday, North Dakota Gov.
letters / opinion
January 22, 2012 - 1:50am
December 18, 2011
ASK YOUR GOVERNMENT:Oil tax revenue has many N.D. uses
Q. I have some questions regarding the oil wells in North Dakota. What is the oil tax money collected from each well each month used for by the state? Is the natural gas wasted by flaring still running 20 percent to 30 percent, or is it being captured and piped to facilities? Pat...
December 18, 2011 - 10:54pm