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Colleges provide options for short-term job training
Let the dirt and cars fly
‘Always part of the game:’ Hettinger school dedicates field to 10-year-old boy killed in accident
Measure 3 holds many questions for North Dakota: Voters to decide on proposal to overhaul higher ed governance
Report recommends closer EERC tie to UND: Fired director guarded facility’s independence
Nation & World
Found something new to do in ND: Veteran trucker sees challenges of Oil Patch driving
No sunset for Lakeswind: Wind farm generating power, few complaints
Oil output up again but flaring percentage drops
Texas company looking at Bakken pipeline market
Support for Halliburton: Frack sand plant gains Richardton Planning Commission approval
Letter: Some facts about the proposed pharmacy measure
Letter: There’s more to story between Dickinson School Board and Dickinson Education Association
Veeder: Rekindle passions after long seasons of work
Omdahl: Measure 3 would kill participation in higher ed
Letter: Three mortal men are in charge of everyone’s safety
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
Marketing expert offers social media tips
Russell L. Nelson
Russell L. Nelson
Diane B. Heidecker
Gas pedaling: Leading industrial-gases producer Airgas opens Dickinson retail store
Journeying the Narrow Path
Patrick Hope: You’re a shining star (of destiny)
Jackie Hope: Tongue tied in language
Johnson: Spirit Week in full swing
Wentz throws 3 TDs as Bison roll Cardinals
Missouri State blanks UND in new stadium
Schnepf: GameDay attracts massive crowd in Fargo
DSU men’s, women’s basketball announce 2014-15 schedules
August 26, 2014
Refinery fined for mishandling wastewater
ST. PAUL PARK, Minn. — Regulators penalized St. Paul Park Refining Co. for improperly handling wastewater containing benzene, a hazardous liquid that could have been released from the oil refinery into the nearby Mississippi River. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency fined the...
Energy / water
August 26, 2014 - 10:15pm
July 8, 2014
New England buys skid steer
NEW ENGLAND — On Monday night, New England City Council members voted to buy a new skid steer, which can be used for construction and landscaping projects. The city will pay $37,085 for the skid steer, but will not use any tax money to do so, said city auditor Jason Jung. For...
news / local
July 8, 2014 - 10:57pm
May 10, 2013
Access to water, gas, transportation key in Grand Forks' selection for fertilizer plant
GRAND FORKS - The selection of 320 acres northwest of town as the site of a proposed $1.5 billion fertilizer production plant came down to plentiful land and water, said developers, announcing the project Thursday. "I do drool over that site. It's as good as it gets," said Larry...
Energy / news
May 10, 2013 - 12:00am
March 6, 2013
Engineer: Bully Pulpit best spot for new wastewater facility
MEDORA -- Although he stopped short of endorsing the plan outright, the engineer charged with making a new Medora wastewater treatment plant a reality told the City Council during its meeting Tuesday that Bully Pulpit is likely the best spot for a proposed new facility. As part of...
March 6, 2013 - 12:00am
November 20, 2012
Commission approves $40 million loan for wastewater facility
With construction already underway, Dickinson took another huge step Monday toward the end result of a brand new wastewater treatment reclamation facility. Thought by close observers to be merely a formality, the North Dakota Industrial Commission unanimously approved a $40.5 million...
local / news
November 20, 2012 - 12:00am
November 8, 2012
Medora to consider plans to remedy city's water problems
MEDORA -- With the replacement of its outdated wastewater treatment facilities rapidly becoming a need, members of the Medora City Council were presented three plans Wednesday evening that could remedy the community's water issues. The three proposals -- ranging in estimated price...
news / water
November 8, 2012 - 12:00am
September 30, 2012
Not wasting wastewater: Innovative solution to sewage problem allows cities to grow
RAY -- Developer Tom Serie could fill two 12-plex apartment buildings here tomorrow. But a major hurdle is keeping Serie from putting a shovel in the ground: The city doesn't have enough sewer capacity. "I've got subcontractors ready to go to work," said Serie, developer with Guardian...
news / oil
September 30, 2012 - 12:00am
Works begins on $30M Dickinson water reclamation facility
Dickinson and North Dakota officials celebrated the start of construction on a $30 million wastewater reclamation facility southeast of Dickinson on Wednesday, which is designed to serve a rapidly growing population. Reclaimed water won't be drinking water quality but will be able...
news / oil / water
August 30, 2012 - 12:00am
April 5, 2012
Wake up and smell the wastewater?!: City's lagoon assaulting east Dickinson residents' olfactory sense
Spring in Dickinson brings the aroma of rain, flowers and human waste. The smell that makes residents on the east side of town seal themselves...
April 5, 2012 - 12:00am
March 15, 2012
Officials wonder: Can Medora grow?
Plans for major construction, including nearly 200 guest rooms, is another reason to determine whether Medora's infrastructure can handle growth, Mayor Doug Ellison said. The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation's five-year plan includes adding 40 rooms to the Badlands Motel, 150...
news / oil
March 15, 2012 - 12:00am
August 17, 2009
City discusses wastewater facility
Engineers from Ulteig Engineering presented Dickinson City Commissioners with a portion of information from its wastewater treatment facility master plan Tuesday during a commission meeting. Karla Olson, an engineer with Ulteig, suggested to continually control odor in the wastewater...
local / news
August 17, 2009 - 12:00am
March 7, 2009
Groups concerned about use of wastewater
BISMARCK -- Salty oil field wastewater is being sprayed again on North Dakota roads as a deicer and environmental groups say they're mulling legal action to halt the practice. City officials say a big reason for doing it is money. Dickinson officials are getting the water free from...
March 7, 2009 - 10:34pm