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The program is aimed at improving educational and employment opportunities for Native Americans across North Dakota.
Oscar Gilberto “la Borre” Gandara, 37, of Liberal, Kansas, died Sept. 15 from injuries he suffered in the drilling rig accident in North Dakota, according to his obituary. Gandara and two of his coworkers were badly burned in the explosion.
The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation calls the state's claim "contrary to the legal and historical record" and vows to fight to protect its rights to ancestral lands and waters.
North Dakota is half-way toward its goal of eliminating human-caused sources of haze by 2064. Additional controls wouldn't make a perceptible difference or justify the cost, officials said.
North Dakota's plan for electric vehicle charging infrastructure envisions 18 stations to be interspersed along the interstate highways criss-crossing the state.
The ambitious $10.4 billion plan was approved by the regional transmission organization that serves Minnesota and much of North Dakota, but will require regulatory approval.

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“This will sustain and enhance not only jobs, but also the local, regional and North Dakota economies,” says Pat Cutshall, ALLETE vice president
Red Trail Energy CEO Gerald Bachmeier sees a bright future for carbon capture. "For North Dakota's industries, I think we have a huge opportunity."
When it gets really hot, or really cold, I look at where our power is coming from. And I, likely a far more prolific consumer of news and commentary than most of you given my job, am consistently surprised when it's still the fossil fuels, still coal and natural gas, keeping the lights on.

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