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Nazis took his citizenship when he was a child. On Tuesday, it will be restored.
Lawyers for Kavanaugh accuser say she accepts Senate committee's request to testify
Health care Q+A with Minnesota Senate candidates Smith, Housley
Moderators, Wardlow bring Ellison's abuse allegations to center stage during debate
Cramer: Allegations against Kavanaugh are 'absurd'
crime and courts
Minnesota artists bringing back Yellowstone Trail markers
Back to the drawing board: Columnist Swift rediscovers love for art after career in writing
Grand Forks symphony celebrates 110th anniversary
Cirque du Soleil in REA will combine acrobatics and skating
3 more longtime staffers fired from 'Prairie Home' successor show
North Dakota rabbi will travel state for Sukkot
Two hours after meeting him, Central Minnesota woman offers man her kidney
Should perennials be cut back in fall? It depends.
Berries of invasive species toxic to humans, how to cut back lilacs and more
Ann Bailey: Moments made to celebrate
UND FOOTBALL: Idaho State stuns No. 22 UND 25-21 in Potato Bowl
No. 1-ranked Bison, Cox glide to victory against Delaware
Saturday's local clipboard
Fargo Davies speeds past Knights, 58-21
Wolves face many questions at outset of season
Clara "Clare" Metzger
James Alley Power
Jay R. Bruce
Bull elk photographed Thursday near Ardoch, N.D.
Sixth-graders in Warroad, Minn., learn traditional wild rice gathering techniques
Wolf supporters seek recovery plan for predators
OUTDOORS REPORT: Fall fishing patterns are beginning to emerge; autumn colors are becoming more apparent
Teach a kid to hunt small game during Minnesota's Take a Kid Hunting Weekend
Commentary: Sandy's Donuts manager serves pastries with a side of sunshine
Letter: Schafer didn't notice traits of 'One UND'
Letter: It's election season: Time to be smart
Tammy Oltz: Investigation on Kavanaugh is warranted
Our view: Region needs to push drones in all walks of life
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Dakota Resource Council
September 11, 2018
Two judges side with Meridian on Davis Refinery complaints
BISMARCK — Two judges sided with Meridian Energy this week on legal challenges related to the Davis Refinery being built near Theodore...
September 11, 2018 - 5:58pm
June 13, 2018
Davis Refinery permit approved, Meridian faces potential appeals
BISMARCK—An air quality permit has been issued for an oil refinery that has drawn opposition for its proximity to Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the North Dakota Department of Health announced Wednesday, June 13. But Meridian Energy is facing potential appeals or legal challenges...
June 13, 2018 - 6:47pm
Governor-elect, please listen to North Dakotans on pipeline
BISMARCK—Now that the elections are over, our state can begin the process of moving ahead in a productive way with the Standing Rock Nation...
November 13, 2016 - 3:17pm
November 11, 2016
Letter: No more delays; approve oil-and-gas safety regs now
The North Dakota Industrial Commission met this week to once again discuss proposed oil and gas rules for underground gathering pipelines, bonding for saltwater gathering lines and requirements for dikes and berms. The rules were passed earlier this year, but they hit a wall when...
November 11, 2016 - 6:00am
August 21, 2015
MANDY KUBIK: Today, toxic waste; tomorrow, Superfund designation
BISMARCK—North Dakota's oil industry watchdog group, the Dakota Resource Council, reacted swiftly to news that the North Dakota Department...
August 21, 2015 - 5:30am
May 13, 2015
Wayde Schafer: N.D. lawmakers willfully ignored environmental issues
BISMARCK—The 64th Legislative Assembly of 2015 chose to blatantly disregard a persistent environmental problem facing North Dakota: the...
May 13, 2015 - 4:30am
March 7, 2015
Donny Nelson: N.D.'s inadequate oil-train rules pose grave threat
KEENE, N.D. -- A recent Herald editorial asked good questions about responsibility for the explosion of North Dakota oil in a West Virginia train...
March 7, 2015 - 4:45am
February 22, 2015
OUR OPINION: Resolve debate over oil conditioning vs. stabilizing
It's easy to dismiss the Dakota Resource Council when it claims North Dakota isn't doing enough to prevent oil trains from exploding. After all,...
February 22, 2015 - 11:30pm
February 21, 2015
N.D. leaders await new oil requirements after West Virginia explosion
The derailment and subsequent explosion of rail cars carrying North Dakota crude oil last week has again sparked debate over oil train safety. The wreck, in which 26 tankers carried by a CSX Corp. train derailed and resulted in a fireball in West Virginia, prompted some to argue...
February 21, 2015 - 7:56pm
October 27, 2012
Oil Patch residents want voice in legislation
BISMARCK - Brenda Jorgenson wasn't used to being a public speaker or environmental advocate. But the third-generation farmer and rancher near...
October 27, 2012 - 10:19pm
August 14, 2011
Craig Backman, Bismarck, letter: Clean air rules: State 1, activists 0
BISMARCK -- Terrence Kardong's recent letter illustrates why state government in North Dakota works, and why things at the federal level are so messed up ("Clean air needs enforcement, not exemption," Page A4, July 29). He criticizes the North Dakota Department of Health for not...
August 14, 2011 - 12:05am
May 21, 2011
Jerry Grosz, Bismarck, letter: 'Ramping down' on energy would hammer economy
BISMARCK -- As a customer and stockholder of my local electric utility as well as a business owner who sells tools and supplies to the lignite mines and power plants, I couldn't believe the flawed logic in the Dakota Resource Council's recent column ("N.D. energy industry needs to...
May 21, 2011 - 12:05am
May 15, 2011
Verle Reinicke, Bismarck, column: N.D. energy industry needs to ramp down
By Verle Reinicke BISMARCK -- It's time for North Dakota's energy industry to ramp down (reduce) its coal generation to meet environmental standards. Ramping down will increase room for renewable energy on the grid while protecting our North Dakota energy industry. This solution...
May 15, 2011 - 12:05am
March 29, 2011
Dakota Resource Council helps challange unrestricted planting of Roundup Ready alfalfa
DICKINSON, N.D. -- The Dakota Resource Council in North Dakota has joined a March 18 lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco challenging the U.S. Department of Agriculture's decision to allow unrestricted planting of Roundup Ready alfalfa. "USDA's decision to approve genetically...
March 29, 2011 - 8:33pm
November 30, 2010
Stephen Merrill, Mandan, N.D., letter: N.D. PSC should support wind, not coal
MANDAN -- New wind energy provides a much-needed hedge against rising fuel costs, and as a ratepayer, I support it. What I don't like is paying for a coal-burning power project that has failed. During a recent hearing before the Public Service Commission, the Missouri Valley Resource...
November 30, 2010 - 11:30pm