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Photographer captures Theodore Roosevelt park’s majestic bands of free-roaming animals
New U-Haul business aims to alleviate demand
DSUF investigation ongoing
Black Hills resort owner sentenced for water violations
Dog survives coyote and porcupine attack
crime and courts
nation and world
Company wants to operate 75 wind turbines just north of Tioga in Oil Patch
Citizens discuss wind ordinances
Hearing scheduled for crude oil pipeline
Pilot program to settle landowner, pipeline reclamation battles is underway
N.D. regulators grant more exceptions to gas flaring policy
Trinity class celebrates 50-year reunion
Yard mushrooms: Yummy snack or deadly plant?
Patrick Hope: Red, white and Duke
Keep skin safe under the sun
Job Fair 2015
Casey Vernon grabs feature win, season's points standings
University of North Dakota’s T.J. Oshie, Taylor Chorney reunited with Capitals
Major League Soccer focuses on St. Paul site
Dickinson State coach Jon Stenman resigns, goes to Wisconsin program
Ignorance poisons debate
The power of Human Imagination
Other Views: Supremes could learn from ND’s court
Canada prepares for (possibly) landmark election
A shift in the landscape
Steve and Bertha Marsh
Brittany Lynn Hembree-Mueller
February 16, 2015
Feds investigating Berthold drug case
Federal officials are now involved in the case against three people found in control of more than 10 pounds of methamphetamine, stolen guns and thousands of dollars in cash. The Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are investigating...
news / crime and courts
February 16, 2015 - 3:56pm
February 13, 2015
Meth bust believed to be one of largest in state
BERTHOLD - The arrest of three people here during a traffic stop Wednesday led to the capture of 11 pounds of meth, three handguns and about $20,000 in cash in what is believed to be one of the largest seizures in the state’s history, Berthold police said Thursday. Police Chief...
news / crime and courts
February 13, 2015 - 5:43pm
January 6, 2015
Town to ticket train engineers if they block tracks too long
BERTHOLD, N.D. -- The police chief in Berthold, a small Oil Patch town west of Minot, has new marching orders from city hall: Ticket the train engineer the next time a BNSF Railway train blocks both crossings in town for more than 20 minutes. Berthold is taking a page out of the...
news / north dakota
January 6, 2015 - 5:49pm
December 12, 2014
Energy company plans diesel, natural gas plants in North Dakota, Montana
WILLISTON — A Williston-based energy company has plans to roll out at least four plants in the Bakken region that would refine crude into diesel and strip natural gas liquids from oil. Quantum Energy calls the plants 21st Century Energy Center(s) and has optioned big tracts of...
Energy / Bakken
December 12, 2014 - 11:52pm
February 1, 2014
Rail shippers have questions about classifying crude
BERTHOLD — All crude is not created equal — and the task of classifying oil when it’s loaded into railcars has some gray areas. As federal...
Energy / oil
February 1, 2014 - 9:17pm
March 12, 2013
Berthold man dies in 2-vehicle crash in McKenzie County
A two-vehicle accident on Saturday morning in McKenzie County claimed the life of an Oklahoma man. According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Thomas Trullinger, 63, of Berthold, was traveling west on Highway 23 in his 2006 Peterbilt 10 miles west of New Town. Devin Farah, 27,...
local / news
March 12, 2013 - 12:00am
August 4, 2012
Elevator poised to double revenue by partnering with oil industry
BERTHOLD -- Fourteen months ago, the general manager of the Berthold Farmers Elevator worried how he would keep everyone on the payroll during such a wet season. Today, as a result of two partnerships with the oil industry, the elevator is poised to nearly double its revenue and...
news / oil
August 4, 2012 - 12:00am