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The Little Missouri River runs through the South Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park in this Sept. 9 photo. An oil boom in North Dakota is potentially threatening the serenity of such an oasis, but the state is working to minimize the impact.

Oil boom threatening state parks? State officials working to minimize impact

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LEWIS AND CLARK STATE PARK -- Sit down for a picnic at Lewis and Clark State Park, and you almost forget about the Bakken.

Views of Lake Sakakawea and the rugged buttes of the North Dakota Badlands offer an oasis from the flurry of oil activity just a few miles away.

But some fear the oil boom is getting too close to some of western North Dakota's parks.

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Amy Dalrymple

Amy Dalrymple is a Forum News Service reporter stationed in the Oil Patch. She can be reached at adalrymple@forumcomm.com or (701) 580-6890.

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