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DICKINSON, N.D. -- To start a two-day tour of western North Dakota oil country, more than 30 legislators stopped at Marathon Oil's Dickinson office to hear from city officials. Terry...
Federal environmental crimes detectives now have office space when they're in North Dakota investigating Bakken-related incidents.
Dickinson-based Steffes Corp. was awarded a patent last week for technology that helps water heaters and other appliances store renewable energy such as wind and solar.
The worst flooding in years had residents of Dunn County in western North Dakota salvaging belongings and pumping out basements Monday. Torrential rains Friday night caused flooding into Saturday, severely damaging at least 16 farmsteads and tearing up enough roads and bridges that the county is looking for federal assistance.
It took a lot of pleading with its keepers to even get it out of South Dakota. It flew with the governor in his plane, in the hands of a historian, and the North Dakota Highway Patrol escorted it from there to the Heritage Center.
While the state’s actual 125th anniversary of statehood is Nov. 2, which will see a more formal celebration, North Dakota talent gathered Saturday at the Capitol Mall for speeches from leaders and some homegrown music.
BISMARCK -- North Dakota will have the loudest of its celebrations of 125 years of statehood today on the Capitol Mall. North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple, North Dakota Sen. John...
Kidnapping survivor Elizabeth Smart-Gilmour cemented a message that was threaded throughout Wednesday’s events at a violent crime and human trafficking conference in Sioux Falls: that these crimes can happen anywhere and to anyone.
Trinity High School burned, and Tom Sander’s reputation was about to go up in smoke. The former principal at the school, who was charged and then exonerated in the March fire, is back home in St. Louis, living with his parents. But despite the case never going to trial, Sander said in an interview that the effects of being accused will follow him for a long time.
Tasha Tarrell wants women in boomtowns to know there’s more than McDonald’s or Walmart for work. The oilfield is their oyster. As one of six female truck drivers at Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Tarrell has proven herself and has grown to love her job along the way.