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
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES What to do with a HB: The Okoboji Bridge
In connection with my last article on Thacher truss bridges, we are going to have a look at this bridge, the Okoboji Bridge. Located four miles west of Fostoria over the Little Sioux River on 180th ... Posted on 4/16/13 at 2:05 AM
STAFF BLOG MONKE BUSINESS A look inside Wildcat Pizzeria
I got a first look inside the new Wildcat Pizzeria on March 20 thanks to owner Russell Meads.
What I got out of my im... Posted on 4/2/13 at 5:13 PM
STAFF BLOG THE WESTERN EDGE Road Trip
I have taken many a road trip in my life, beginning with those Sunday afternoon drives with my parents that with any luck included an ice cream cone from the Tasty Freeze. College road trips were simi... Posted on 2/28/13 at 6:48 PM
BESTFRIENDSND Happy National Mentoring Month!
January is National Mentoring Month
Celebrate National Mentoring Month by:
* Becoming a mentor in Dickinson *
* Learning more about mentoring and Best Friends *
* Partnering with Best Friends *
* Reme... Posted on 1/2/13 at 11:00 AM
If any bike enthusiasts out there see Wes Annable cruising around town on a hot-off-the-assembly-line green custom bagger motorcycle, they should know one thing. “I’m driving it now, but it’s for sale,” Annable said.
Four grave markers in the Dickinson Cemetery serve as memorials to veterans who were killed in action during World War II, though their remains were never recovered. It’s their memory that counts to Vietnam veteran Brian Benesh, who has placed miniature American flags on their grave markers, as well as those of nearly 860 others for Memorial Day.
BISMARCK -- Don Morton, a senior director with Microsoft Corp. in Fargo, said Thursday the country’s immigration laws are archaic and need to be reformed to meet the workforce demands of the state’s growing and high-tech industries.
It’s cleaning day. You’re sitting on the floor of a messy house, surveying chores to be done, not knowing where to begin or what project to start first as you try to set up a plan to make the house a neat and tidy home.
With the start date of service from two major airlines just days away, Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport hosted an open house Wednesday to present an update on the facility’s master planning process.
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times, but for this southwest North Dakota city experiencing an oil boom — the second in the last half-century — this is now a tale of two carnivals. The Roughrider Commission and the city have each decided to host summer carnivals this year.
For the first time in 10 years, North Dakota school districts will be obligated to start new teachers at $5,000 more per year than the previous school year, a legislative decision affecting nine counties that goes into effect for the 2013-14 school year.
RICHARDTON - This sleepy town 20 minutes east of Dickinson along Interstate 94 is getting less sleepy. Partially because of its proximity to the Bakken oil play and its boomtown neighbor to the West, Richardton is getting to be a busier and busier place these days.
The building boom brought on by the oil boom has brought many new companies to North Dakota.
Coming to Dickinson and Williston made North Dakota the 48th state to host Consolidated Electrical Distributors — neither South Dakota or Minnesota have had the honors.
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