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WATFORD CITY, North Dakota (Reuters) - In towns across North Dakota, the wellhead of the North American energy boom, the locals have taken to quoting the adage: "Whiskey is for drinking, and water is for fighting."
(Denver. Colorado—May 8, 2013) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has selected the City of Minot as the recipient of $600,000 in Brownfields grant funds which will be used to assess and clean up properties downtown, including areas affected by the flooding of the Souris River in 2011. Today’s ...
(Denver. Colorado—May 8, 2013) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has selected the City of New Rockford as the recipient of a $200,000 Brownfields cleanup grant which will be used to remove contamination at the old New Rockford City Hospital site at 214 Second Avenue. Today’s announcement is p...
It may sound a bit quixotic, but has the oil industry -- with profits on a clear upswing -- made a collaborative effort to reach out to the energy boom region's unemployed tribal members?
FARGO, N.D. â€” Hundreds of high school students pitched in Friday to place 100,000 sandbags around Fargo and help protect homes against Red River flooding....
FARGO, North Dakota (Reuters) - Flood-weary residents of North Dakota bracing for a possible record inundation got their first touch of good news on Wednesday when officials said the swollen Red River would crest at lower than anticipated levels next week.
Fargo, N.D., is preparing for its fourth flood in the last five years, but plans are under way to wall off the city from the Red Riverâ€™s spring rages.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) â€” North Dakota on Friday moved closer to adopting what would be the most restrictive abortion laws in the country, with lawmakers sending the Republican governor measures that could set the state up for a costly legal battle over the U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized the procedure.
Sweet Crude Man Camp is a series of intimate interviews with North Dakotans affected by the area's ongoing oil boom.
Amy Mall, Senior Policy Analyst, Washington, D.C.:I recently blogged about a hospital in Pennsylvania thatÂ has its first budget loss in five years, due to workers in the oil and gas industry who do not have health insurance. I also blogged about a town in Montana that...