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Learning about the night sky: Astronomy festival Dakota Nights begins Friday at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Medora
Online volunteers map uncharted Ebola zones to help save lives
Dickinson Airport receives more grant money
Body of Forum columnist’s son found in plane wreckage in Greenland
Field & Stream names N.D. man ‘Conservation Hero of the Year'
Nation & World
Plan for the Patch: Western N.D. lawmakers to discuss early funding bill for 2015 construction season
TransCanada sees itself in oil train business regardless of Keystone
Act would eliminate presidential permit requirement for KXL-type projects
Landowner issues surface at pipeline meeting
Frac water, oil spills in Mountrail County
Beef Talk: Cow herd expansion needs land
Brock: Playing professional sports should be a privilege
Bresciani: Higher education’s critics are right — sometimes
Letter: Measure 5 is my measure
Letter: To those who are considering Measure 1
Going down for new purpose
The buzz about bees: Kyle and Lauren Michels are involved in honey production as a hobby
Changing lives through service in Paraguay: Allie Murphy plans second trip to Fiji
Dickinson High Royal Court
Speakers: Get smart on investment fraud
Mary P. Schmidt
Janet A. Malkowski
Frank C. Miller
Doing IT his way: California native starts Dickinson computer firm
Small Town Style: Transitional trends
Journeying the Narrow Path
Patrick Hope: It’s punishment time!
Jackie Hope: Yeast workers, arise!
Making a statement: Vikings ban Peterson until child-abuse case is resolved
Montana quarterback Johnson is backbone of the Grizzlies
High school notebook: Heart River learns from mistakes
Hazen stays at top, Killdeer moves to No. 3
April 30, 2014
Kemp: Rising stocks reflect overpriced US crude
U.S. crude stocks held by refiners, traders and pipeline companies have hit the highest level since the Great Depression, as refiners hold out for cheaper prices before they take in more domestic oil. Stocks rose 3.5 million barrels last week to almost 398 million barrels, according...
Energy / oil
April 30, 2014 - 10:53pm
January 24, 2014
After crude-by-rail accidents, experts mull market impact
A spate of high profile crude-by-rail accidents is making oil analysts consider how tighter rail safety standards could impact U.S. oil markets, by potentially crimping a mode of transport that has grown exponentially amid the shale drilling boom. Any regulation or industry-driven...
Energy / oil
January 24, 2014 - 9:16pm
January 7, 2014
Kemp: Fireballs jeopardize oil-by-rail business
By John Kemp / Reuters LONDON — The rising number of serious accidents involving oil tank cars over the past 12 months suggests that shippers are underestimating the safety risk of transporting crude by rail. If the industry and regulators do not resolve these issues promptly,...
opinion / columns
January 7, 2014 - 1:07pm
November 18, 2013
Oil eases on good supply picture, fed easing fears
NEW YORK -- U.S. oil futures fell more than $1 per barrel on Monday on the view that supplies were ample, along with worries that demand could weaken after a U.S. Federal Reserve policy maker suggested the central bank may taper its bond buying program. Brent crude also fell, but...
Energy / oil
November 18, 2013 - 1:08pm
November 7, 2013
Other Views: Don’t take farm bill’s success for granted
“People can debate how much help the poor should get and whether it’s optimal to deliver aid in the form of food stamps,” the Washington Post editorialized in June. “But it’s beyond debate — or should be — that government has a role to play in helping them. By contrast,...
opinion / editorials
November 7, 2013 - 10:30pm
October 23, 2013
U.S. oil sinks to lowest since July on inventory rise
* U.S. EIA reports big rise in U.S. crude stocks * Brent/U.S. crude spread widens to more than $13 * U.S. crude falls to lowest since July 1 * China's crude stocks also rise in September LONDON - U.S. crude fell towards $96 a barrel to its lowest since July on Wednesday, outpacing...
Bakken / Energy / north dakota / oil
October 23, 2013 - 10:28am
August 28, 2013
Syria pushes up oil prcies as Wall Street rebounds
* Oil just below six-month high; some profit-taking * Dollar gains as Syria worries trigger safety bid * Syria fears lift U.S.
Energy / news / oil
August 28, 2013 - 4:21pm
August 26, 2013
Housel: Peak oil is finally here
Peak oil is here, writes The Economist. But not the peak oil you're thinking of, where supplies dwindle and prices march inevitably higher. That's so 2008. This is peak oil demand, and it could hit in the next few years. As The Economist wrote earlier this month: "We believe that...
columns / Energy / oil / opinion
August 26, 2013 - 6:15pm
December 16, 2010
EU agrees to do whatever necessary to guard euro
BRUSSELS (AP) -- European Union leaders are ready to do whatever necessary to save the embattled euro currency, the EU president said Thursday -- but they aren't ready to beef up its existing bailout fund despite growing worries about countries overwhelmed by debt.
December 16, 2010 - 8:40pm
February 23, 2008
North Dakota firms to woo South American, Korea markets
BISMARCK -- Justin Flaten explains the lure of a trade trip to Columbia and Peru succinctly. "North Dakota is the No. 1 producer of peas and lentils, so it's time to get down there," the young grain company owner from Garrison said Friday. Both countries have signed trade agreements...
February 23, 2008 - 12:00am