The number of Dakota Access Pipeline protestors near Cannon Ball, N.D., grew Monday, Aug. 15, 2016, with the arrival of busloads and several vehicles from South Dakota's Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe. Amy Dalrymple/Forum News Service
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Numbers Growing at Dakota Access Protest

Amy DalrympleAugust 19, 2016
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Dakota Access Pipeline Developers Sue Protesters

Nick SmithAugust 19, 2016
Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
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Work on Massive Pipeline Pushing Toward Oct.31 Completion Goal

Amy DalrympleAugust 19, 2016
Road blocks and construction signs stand at the corner of State Avenue and Villard Street West in Dickinson as Ames Construction workers continue building the State Avenue railroad overpass bridge on Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016. Dustin Monke / The Dickinson Press
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Busy Road Season of Construction in Southwest N.D.

By Dustin MonkeAugust 19, 2016
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Oil Seeping From Hillside at N.D. Spill Site

Amy DalrympleAugust 19, 2016
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ND Oil Production Drops 2 Percent in June

Amy DalrympleAugust 19, 2016
Vicky Wiebe, owner of Tiny Toes in downtown Williston, N.D., brings her daughter, Kaelynn, to work with her on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016. Kaelynn was one of a record 882 babies born in Williston in 2015. Amy Dalrymple/Forum News Service
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While Oil Boom Has Slowed, Births Still Booming

Amy DalrympleAugust 19, 2016
John Dubie, the new general manager for Heartbreakers in Williston, N.D., pictured Monday, July 25, 2016, is working to change the image of the former strip club. One change is the bar's front windows are no longer covered. Amy Dalrymple/Forum News Service
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No More Strippers, Williston Club Remaking Its Image

Amy DalrympleJuly 27, 2016
The Travel Inn motel in Dickinson, N.D., advertises a rate of $39.97 a night on Friday, July 22, 2016. The price of a hotel room in western North Dakota has dropped by as much as 30 percent in the past year as hotels see fewer oil workers. Average hotel prices in Dickinson, Williston and Minot range from $70-$85 this summer. Hotel occupancy rates are up compared to this winter, but still far below what those cities saw during the height of the oil boom. (Dustin Monke / The Dickinson Press)
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Vacancies Up, Room Rates Down for Oil Patch Hotels

Amy DalrympleJuly 27, 2016
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Dickinson Rental Prices and Occupancy in Free Fall

Kalsey StultsJuly 27, 2016
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Pipeline Company Puts $1 Million for Head Start Building on Reservation

Amy DalrympleJuly 27, 2016
U.S. Hwy. 85 cuts through the North Dakota Badlands on July 14, 2016, south of Watford City, N.D.
Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
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Badlands a Sensitive Subject as Plans to Widen U.S. 85 Emerge

Amy DalrympleJuly 27, 2016

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