A week ago, the Williston Herald Editorial Board touched on the topic of Stropiq’s $500 million development planned for the county.
After numerous appeals to public opinion and a full-court press to the county’s ruling bodies, Stropiq’s $500 million multi-use retail and res…
In the last month, two trains carrying Bakken crude have derailed and erupted in two separate locations around the nation, sending large fireb…
Almost all is fair in the dirty game of politics.
In football, the fullback is the quiet backbone of the team.
There’s an old saying that if you can’t be ‘em, join ‘em.
The reports are out there: Layoffs, low prices, busts, the deconstruction of the American energy revolution and the death of boomtowns like Williston.
In North Dakota, we know a few things about oil spills and toothless penalties.
During the recent debate on the Minnesota State High School League’s policy decision on transgender student-athletes, a chilling comment was m…
Oil has been in the news a lot in the past month.
On Wednesday, Gov. Jack Dalrymple proposed his 2015-17 budget with a clear emphasis on the needs of western North Dakota's oil patch.