Felipe Salgado, a supervisor for CS Welding, poses for a portrait with his pickup truck in the company's work yard near Palermo, North Dakota. When Salgado's former employer, WCE Oil Field Services, didn't pay Salgado and other employees for several weeks last year before ultimately shutting down, Salgado was forced to return the 2013 Dodge GMC Denali truck he had recently purchased. He replaced it with a battered 2004 Ford F150.
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Amy DalrympleMay 25, 2016
Amado Enrique de Leon, center, poses for a portrait with other former employees of WCE Oil Field Services in a work yard owned by their new employer, CS Welding, LLC, near Palermo, North Dakota. CS Welding is staffed largely by former employees of WCE Oil Field Services, which shut down in May 2015 and still owes many former employees unpaid wages, sometimes equaling tens of thousands of dollars.
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Oilfield business failure leaves workers unpaid, jobless

Amy DalrympleMay 25, 2016
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Body found in Theodore Roosevelt National Park was off-trail

Andrew HaffnerMay 25, 2016
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Association of oil and gas counties eyeing rebrand

By Dustin MonkeMay 25, 2016
Duke University professor Avner Vengosh presents the results of a study on contamination from wastewater spills in the Bakken on Wednesday, May 18, 2016, in New Town, N.D. Amy Dalrymple/Forum News Service
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Tribal members question water quality in response to new Bakken study

Amy DalrympleMay 25, 2016
U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer talks to a supporter  during an election-watch party Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, at the Elks Lodge in Bismarck.
Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
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ND’s Cramer providing Trump with ideas on energy

Amy DalrympleMay 25, 2016
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SM Fencing’s neighbors accuse energy service company of environmental violations

Andrew HaffnerMay 25, 2016
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$55 million pipeline in the works: Bakken Oil Express would stretch farther into McKenzie and Dunn counties

Kalsey StultsMay 12, 2016
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Methane study: Bakken emits a lot, but maybe less than previously thought

Amy DalrympleMay 12, 2016
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Top oil county wants state inspectors on the home front

Amy DalrympleMay 12, 2016
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State official says new radioactive oilfield waste rule goal was to ensure public safety

Andrew HaffnerMay 11, 2016
Renè Heredia Nieves, environmental scientist with the North Dakota Department of Health, uses a FLIR camera to inspect a well site north of Killdeer, N.D., on Thursday, May 5, 2016. Photo courtesy of Department of Health
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Special camera puts gas emissions in clearer focus

Amy DalrympleMay 11, 2016

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