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BISMARCK – North Dakota’s deputy state veterinarian is urging livestock producers to be very cautious about importing animals from states where vesicular stomatitus (VS) has been detected.... Posted on 6/24/09 at 4:17 AM
In the first 11 months of 2012, Dickinson issued permits for more than $300 million worth of construction in a city trying to catch up with the droves of people coming to the Oil Patch to seek their fortune.
FARGO — Cass and Clay counties experienced a big jump this year in the number of people asking for permits to carry concealed weapons, though increases in the metro region pale in comparison to how permits have skyrocketed in North Dakota’s Oil Patch.
WILLISTON — When the Williston Building Department receives a delivery of new plans to review, they joke with the delivery driver to take them back.
The department is trying to keep up as it’s on track to break last year’s record of 929 building permits totaling nearly $358 million.
More than double the amount of new contractor’s licenses have been issued by the state of North Dakota in the first half of this year than were in the first half of 2011, Secretary of State Al Jaeger said.
BISMARCK (AP) — The number of oversize and overweight trucks using county roads and bridges in North Dakota’s Oil Patch has more than doubled in three years, and while counties are collecting millions of dollars in permit fees, officials say the money isn’t enough or even earmarked for road maintenance.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A well named Jake and a controversial drilling technique are fueling a Western oil rush, raising hopes for economic revival and questions about the environment — and who's going to share in the wealth.
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