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Should Oil Patch water be monitored? Some state officials believe violations warrant the need

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Editor's Note: This is Part 2 of a two-part story on North Dakota water and oil.

FARGO -- An offhand comment prompted state officials to dispatch an inspector who discovered a remote depot was selling industrial water without a permit.

The tank, located in a field a mile away from an abandoned radar base in Divide County in the extreme northeast part of the state, was capable of pumping 900 gallons per minute.

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