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BISMARCK — The North Dakota Supreme Court heard another lawsuit Tuesday over an oil refinery planned near Theodore Roosevelt National Park, this one asking that state regulators take a second look at issues surrounding the siting of the facility.
A Hiland Crude oil spill released 192 barrels of crude oil from a pipeline located about 14 miles north of Tioga, according to an update from the Department of Environmental Quality’s Division of Water Quality.
A man twice accused of assaulting the same woman was sentenced Wednesday, Nov. 13, to 15 months in prison as part of a deal with prosecutors.
PORTLAND, N.D. — Authorities found the body of a 59-year-old man over the weekend in the Goose River near Portland Park, according to the Traill County Sheriff's Office.
They are a frequent flier in Williston’s citywide cleanup, and have donated multiple millions of dollars worth of equipment to WSC and to TrainND.
BISMARCK — Hunter Hanson "totally destroyed me, financially," said Leon Schmaltz, who farms near Harvey in central North Dakota.
SPIRITWOOD, N.D. — The roads leading to the Dakota Spirit Ag Energy ethanol plant are lined with uncombined corn. In some places, stalks are in standing water about knee-high.
Farmers in the North, Midwest and West have been hit hardest by ongoing trade disputes, yet 95 percent of counties receiving the highest payment rates from the federal administration’s trade aid lie in Southern states, according to a minority staff…
The Western Area Builders Association is honoring those that are making the community a better place at their annual meeting and awards dinner.
BISMARCK — This flu season is off to a slower start than last year but probably is comparable to two years back, according to Levi Schlosser, flu surveillance coordinator for the North Dakota Department of Health.
BISMARCK — A public hearing slated for Wednesday, Nov. 13, in Linton is expected to become the next battleground for pipeline operators and Standing Rock Sioux tribal members, this time over the expansion of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Stutsman County damage estimates at $4.2 million
EDINBURG, N.D. — Thirteen days post-incident, on Monday, Nov. 11, driving a utility terrain vehicle slowly down the gravel road alongside the site of the Keystone pipeline spill, TC Energy Incident Commander Virgil Pfennig said it should be clear why…
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A fatal shooting Sunday evening put Williams County even further ahead of the rest of the state for the number of homicides in 2019.
A North Dakota law that was meant to prevent monopolistic behavior may instead be stifling the development of gas gathering infrastructure in the Bakken.
Voters in Williams County Public School District No. 8 will have a chance early next year to weigh in on a plan to build a 600-student elementary.
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