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The price for regular unleaded fuel reached a record high average in Fargo on Wednesday, while the statewide highs in Minnesota and North Dakota
National Mining Association spokesperson Ashley Burke told Reuters that the industry was “ramping up as much as possible” to supply European buyers, but faced “limits to what the rail transport and ports can handle.”
Tariff monies could be put into a recovery and reconstruction fund for Ukraine, satisfying a desire to make Moscow pay at least part of a massive rebuilding effort.
An attorney representing North Dakota's coal industry talks about the federal government's efforts to add more clear air regulations on top of the state's already excellent program. Matuor Alier, a candidate for Fargo City Commission, talks about his campaign.

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AccuWeather forecast high temperatures in Houston, the biggest city in Texas, would reach 95 degrees Fahrenheit today before easing to the low to mid-90s for the rest of the week.
The average cost of a retail gallon of gasoline hit $4.374 early Tuesday, according to the American Automobile Association, surpassing the former record of $4.331.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued 11 safety violations to KLX Wireline and proposed penalties exceeding $450,000.
Applied Blockchain hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday, May 5, for its hosting facility that is located about 7 miles north of Jamestown near the substation owned by Otter Tail Power Co.
Airlines, hotels, rental car companies and booking sites all reported a surge in demand for their services in the latest batch of company earnings. But at the same time, many of those companies face a tight labor market and limited volume.
The claim applies to the historical bed of the Missouri River — the river as it was before construction of Garrison Dam created Lake Sakakawea in the 1950s — not “the entirety of the bed of Lake Sakakawea,” the statement said.

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Dr. Vernon Smith is speaking this week at North Dakota State University's Challey Institute as a part of the Menard Family's Distinguished Speakers Series. His work has focused on natural resources, experimental economics, and the roles trust, love, and empathy play in society.
Leaders say the partnership agreement creates the chance to cooperate instead of compete on a goal they both desire – the reduction of carbon emissions, and the success of rural communities.
Some rural areas likely won't have their power restored for days due to the "unprecedented" level of damage to electrical infrastructure and the difficulty of accessing the downed poles and lines, said Montana-Dakota Utilities spokesman Mark Hanson.

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