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Hemp may be next gold mine for Native American tribes
AARP sues U.S. agency over employee wellness programs
Obama trolls Trump over 'mean tweet' on late-night TV
Leak at nuclear reactor in Norway is contained
Islamic State claims attack on Pakistan police academy, 59 dead
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nation and world
Spill reported at well site without berm
ND health department tightens up on radioactive waste monitoring
Treater leak spills oil, brine in Mountrail County
Legal challenges buy time to develop clean coal
Coal prepares for carbon-free future as industry pushes developing commercially viable programs
Veeder: Rainy horse ride triggers memory of couple's beginnings
Dullum climbs Mount Rainier with his Scout troop
Revitalizing Ukrainian churches: Priest and family from Ukraine arrive in western ND
Gabbert specializes in unlocking puzzles of the mind
Watford City to host triple header concert
Siemian, Broncos ruin Osweiler's homecoming
Dickinson State women's basketball has sights set on NSAA crown
Dickinson State cross country shows well at Mt. Marty Invite
Hype building for No. 17 UND football vs. Weber State on Saturday
One year after Saunders' death, heartbroken players give him credit for bringing emerging elite team together
Our View: This time for president, none of the above
Port: Standing Rock has set themselves up to lose big
Our View: Dickinson should improve liquor laws, increase licenses
Other Views: Lawless, bullying 'Keep It in the Ground' tactics fail
Governor candidate: Focus on public education first
Martin R. Harnisch
F.W. "Bob" Dahlman
Medora gears up for visitors
New tellings of old museum stories
Beach vibe in the Bakken
Sax remodels downtown building into custom and detailing center
Business steady as Platinum Motorsports becomes certified
January 22, 2016
Miners to lose Beulah coal jobs
BEULAH — A notice sent to Beulah city hall spells out the final working days for most of the miners and staff at Dakota Westmoreland coal mine south of town. The mine will lay off 95 employees — almost all of them miners — between early March and the end of April as it makes...
January 22, 2016 - 8:37pm
November 11, 2015
North Dakota's colleges pitch education to laid-off roustabouts
WILLISTON, N.D. -- North Dakota's public universities have launched a scholarship program to enroll laid-off oilfield workers in energy classes,...
November 11, 2015 - 10:18am
September 22, 2015
Halliburton admits Williston layoffs: Company won't divulge number, says many factors at play
WILLISTON, N.D. -- In April, Halliburton closed its Minot offices and transferred workers from there to Williston and Dickinson, although they declined at the time to say how many. Now, just a few months later, with drilling rig counts dropping and hundreds of wells waiting to...
September 22, 2015 - 12:42pm
July 10, 2015
North Dakota oil-loading hub lays off 10 percent of staff
TRENTON — One of the largest facilities in North Dakota that loads oil onto railcars laid off 10 percent of its staff this week as it pares operations in an environment of lower oil prices, a source familiar with the company's operations said. Savage Services Corp laid off 12...
July 10, 2015 - 9:49pm
November 4, 2014
CNH lays off 40 workers
FARGO – The Fargo area’s largest manufacturing plant announced a round of layoffs Tuesday. CNH Industrial, a maker of agricultural and construction equipment, announced layoffs of 40 full-time hourly employees at its Fargo manufacturing plant. The reduction in its manufacturing...
November 4, 2014 - 7:05pm
February 23, 2014
Dozens take layoffs at University of Minnesota: Duluth branch hopes to reduce budget by $9.4M
DULUTH, Minn. — Nearly 50 staff and 12 faculty members took part in voluntary layoff programs at the University of Minnesota Duluth as part of its budget reduction plan. Chancellor Lendley Black announced to faculty and staff in a letter Thursday that UMD hopes to reduce its budget...
February 23, 2014 - 12:09am
March 13, 2009
Along with drop in rigs comes lay-offs
Ron Reich, Mott, knew oil production was slowing down so he wasn't too surprised when BJ Services' Dickinson office laid him off in February. He has no hard feelings and doesn't blame the company for the move. "It's part of the business," Reich said. And though the company offered...
March 13, 2009 - 11:39pm
February 11, 2009
Forum cuts 21 full-time jobs due to economy
The Forum, faced with declining advertising revenues resulting from the slumping economy, announced Tuesday the elimination of 21 full-time positions. "Like all businesses, we are not immune to the effects of the economy we find ourselves in," said James Boberg, The Forum's general...
February 11, 2009 - 12:00am
About a dozen employees laid off from Steffes Corporation
In an effort to adjust to tough economic times, Steffes Corporation in Dickinson laid off about a dozen employees Monday, according to Joe Rothschiller, President of the company. Paul Steffes, CEO, said the employees were laid off due to "the slow down with Bobcat and the slowdown...
February 11, 2009 - 12:00am
February 7, 2009
Hospital reduces workforce
Though St. Joseph's Hospital announced that about six people were laid off Friday, patient care will not be affected, according to a press release. No clinical positions were lost, however, employees from accounting, marketing, nutritional services, admitting and the purchasing...
February 7, 2009 - 12:00am
January 11, 2009
Telltale signs you're losing your job
To buck up the morale of America's dispirited and dwindling work force, The Wall Street Journal reported on how to divine hints from management of impending layoffs. For example, when her boss suddenly stopped talking to her, "Ms. Finberg knew something was up. Three months later...
January 11, 2009 - 12:00am