STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH Oil companies continue Pick Up the Patch campaign
TIOGA, N.D. -- Volunteers from oil and gas companies will clean up litter from roadways in Tioga today, continuing the North Dakota Petroleum Councils Pick Up the Patch initiative that has already in... Posted on 5/16/13 at 2:59 AM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES You Know You Are a Real Oilfield Wife When...
You Know You Are a Real Oilfield Wife When...
You have to blow dust off your razor the day before your husband is due home... it's been THAT long since you shaved your legs. In North Dakota and Canad... Posted on 4/23/13 at 9:24 AM
THE NEW FORTY Senate Bill 2326...don't drink the Kool-Aid!
It is a good thing I don't live in Bismarck. Heaven only knows how much time I would spend at the Capitol frothing at the mouth while trying to convey to legislators the idiocy of some of the things t... Posted on 2/17/13 at 12:22 PM
ASTRO BOB Earth at night glows with lovely and loathsome lights
Wherever we go, our lights go with us. If we were more thoughtful about choosing the right type of lighting fixtures, it wouldn't be such a problem, but we're generally not. Photos taken late last y... Posted on 1/12/13 at 1:06 PM
FRESH MOJO No end in sight to rent gouging
After Lori Patricks letter to the editor appeared in the Nov. 15 issue of The Dickinson Press, it appeared that she and her husband were being forced out for good from western North Dakota because the... Posted on 1/2/13 at 10:22 AM
PORTLAND, Ore. — An ethanol plant on the Columbia River that was built with the help of $36 million in Oregon state loans and tax credits is now being used to store and ship crude oil from North Dakota.
RAY – Some say roads in the Oil Patch have potholes so big they could swallow your car. This could be true on U.S. Highway 2 in Ray, but a crew working to replace underground utilities fills the same potholes practically every day.
BILLINGS, Mont. — The four remaining defendants in a Bakken oil leasing scam that duped unwitting investors across the country out of hundreds of thousands of dollars were found guilty on most charges on Wednesday by a Montana jury.
STANLEY. -- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited First Choice Energy of Minot with nine serious safety violations following an inspection that was prompted by the death of a worker.
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