WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- An incident at a laundromat here has sent 14 people to the hospital for treatment.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- North Dakota's lone member of the House of Representatives is accusing a government agency of keeping secret maps of wetlands and waters with no intention of releasing them to the public.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A federal judge here has ordered a man convicted of possessing child pornography to pay restitution to a victim depicted in the material.
Revised forecast for current biennium is $2.2B higher than previous estimate; Democrat blasts projections as ‘entirely unreliable’ BISMARCK – North Dakota is poised to collect nearly $9.8 billion in oil tax revenue during the next two years and $2.2 billion more than previously forecast for 2013-15, according to a new outlook released Friday that had elected leaders calling for additional tax relief, greater funding for western counties and more accurate forecasts.
CARRINGTON, N.D. — A Foster County commissioner and a former county auditor were arraigned on multiple felony charges Friday after a preliminary hearing in Southeast District Court in Carrington.
RHAME, N.D. -- It’s not known whose idea it was -- to poison people by using strychnine-laced food that a wagon train purposely left behind during a September 1864 battle with the Sioux, said Dean Pearson, president of the Bowman County Historical Society.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON, N.D. -- Emily Gathje is used to working in a man’s world. The St. Charles, Minn., native served with the U.S. Marine Corps for more than eight years before coming to North Dakota’s Oil Patch to work as an airport operations manager at Sloulin Field International Airport in Williston.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – A major oil pipeline that would cross the Missouri River twice in North Dakota as it carries crude from the Bakken oilfields to Illinois faces a fight from activists in Iowa but so far has largely flown under the radar here.RELATED CONTENT
Division of oil tax revenue an issue leading up to the session
WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- When legislators and local government leaders in the Oil Patch make their case for more funding in the next legislative session, they want those from outside the region to have seen the situation firsthand. “We want them to have visual images in their minds of seeing RV parks and these roads — not perceptions — of what it’s like out here,” Watford City Mayor Brent Sanford said Wednesday. “... I think it hit home, they were all looking and watching, very quiet and reflective.”
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 Kovacevich, head of Marathon's Bakken operations, opened the visit with an update on the company's drilling activity. He said drilling is getting faster, and production is increasing with constantly evolving technology. "We're getting better all the time," he said.