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Dickinson hosting NDPC annual meeting
City views West Dickinson draft plan
Harvest hang-ups: Soggy fall slows wheat harvest; too soon for row crops
Vaccination rates dropping among 65-and-older crowd
Respiratory illness spreads to North Dakota
Nation & World
Not giving up on Keystone: Advocates, opponents continue to push for decision on Keystone XL
Home-seller likes ‘crazy busy’ of Williston market: Schwab continues work with Centennial Homes in the Bakken
State law prohibits oil wealth checks
Hedging on TransCanada: Pipeline company eyed by U.S. investor activists
St. Paul rail yard expansion on the right track: City won’t fight appeal for environmental study
Letter: Dickinson urgently needs lower-priced rentals, better wages for lower-earning workforce
Letter: Pharmacy measure would send profits out of state
Letter: EPA’s water protection proposal deserves attention
Lewton: What if the bond referendum fails?
Heitkamp: Building strong, safe communities in N.D.
Education starts at home: Home schooling the preferred option for some southwest ND families
Nurses receiving training in care of burns
Heidt and Bachmeier
Frenzel and Morris
Going down for new purpose
Jake M. Boomgaarden
Adeline (Klein) Nelson Semple
David H. Schoenrock
Frank J. Morel
Mike A. Dolajak
Engineering expertise: Former city engineer’s company plays new role in designing Dickinson
Reed Johnson: Early is on time
Hull: All the pieces of the puzzle
Journeying the Narrow Path
Patrick Hope: ‘Destiny’ is waiting
Vikings’ Rudolph injury blow to offense
JAMESTOWN — After the two-day UJ Invitational, the Dickinson State men’s and women’s golf teams finished in sixth place and fourth place, respectively, on Monday at the Jamestown Country Club.
Midgets take seventh at Williston Invitational
Munnerlyn disagrees with call on Brees sack
August 7, 2014
Letter: Democrats’ objective is to shut down the coal industry
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a ruling which threatens to kill the coal-fired electrical generation industry and the coal industry along with it. An Aug. 4 article in the Wall Street Journal estimates some 600,000 jobs will disappear within the next 10 years,...
opinion / letters
August 7, 2014 - 10:54pm
July 23, 2014
Rules of the rail: Federal government seeks tougher oil-train regulations
GRAND FORKS — The federal government on Wednesday proposed stricter rules for trains hauling crude oil after several derailments led to spills and explosions, including one near Casselton. These new regulations could include the phasing out of old tanker cars over a two-year period,...
Energy / oil
July 23, 2014 - 3:22pm
June 18, 2014
Benson: The vision of President Obama and Chief Sitting Bull
Next week some 500 visitors will convene at the Real Bird Ranch, adjacent to the Little Bighorn Battle site, near Hardin, Mont., to watch the 21st annual Battle of the Little Bighorn re-enactment. For four days, men will dress in cavalry soldier uniforms and ride their horses in the...
opinion / columns
June 18, 2014 - 6:17pm
June 13, 2014
Obama weighs U.S. action in Iraq but rules out combat troops
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama said on Friday he needs several days to determine how the United States will help Iraq deal with a militant insurgency, but he ruled out sending U.S. troops back into combat and said any intervention would be contingent on Iraqi leaders becoming...
June 13, 2014 - 4:28pm
May 23, 2014
White House seeks to smooth way for carbon curbs
WASHINGTON — Last month, Washington’s top environment advocate went to the Cleveland Clinic to talk about how President Barack Obama’s landmark efforts to crack down on power-plant carbon emissions would ease a range of respiratory illnesses. Speaking separately to historically...
Energy / coal
May 23, 2014 - 8:39pm
April 12, 2014
Hess: US crude exports could counter Russia in 90 days
WASHINGTON — The United States could give Europe and Ukraine relief from energy dependence on Russia within months if it overturned the 40-year ban on most U.S. crude oil exports, the head of energy company Hess Corp. said on Thursday. “There’s something we can do today to...
Energy / oil
April 12, 2014 - 11:03pm
February 25, 2014
U.S. government looks for ways to boost energy infrastructure
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration will look for ways the federal government could spur investment to improve infrastructure for transporting oil and natural gas supplies around the country, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said on Tuesday. Booming shale production has led to...
Energy / oil
February 25, 2014 - 5:40pm
February 24, 2014
Oklahoma governor: Obama expects Keystone XL decision in next couple months
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama told governors at a White House meeting on Monday he expects a decision on whether to allow the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline from Canada in the next couple of months, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin told reporters. Fallin, a Republican who strongly...
Energy / oil
February 24, 2014 - 4:23pm
February 18, 2014
Obama orders new, higher fuel standards for U.S. trucks
UPPER MARLBORO, Ma. — President Barack Obama on Tuesday directed federal agencies to develop higher fuel standards for medium-sized and heavy trucks, another step in his efforts to slash oil consumption and carbon emissions blamed for global warming. Obama made the announcement...
February 18, 2014 - 3:20pm
January 24, 2014
Hoeven, Republicans pen letter to Obama urging Keystone XL approval
Republican senators are putting on the full-court press in their fight with the White House for approve of the Keystone XL pipeline. Ahead of Tuesday’s State of the Union address in Washington, all 45 Republican senators signed a letter sent to President Barack Obama on Friday,...
Energy / oil
January 24, 2014 - 11:48pm