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A storm emergency workers described as “intense” left motorists stranded in flash flooding incidents across the county, including on Highway 2. Meanwhile, lightning was blamed for at least one house fire, and city workers have been hard at work cleaning up debris and helping residents as the…
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Severe weather moved through Richland County on Tuesday night causing widespread damage. A number of areas were without power for several hours and some locations still did not have power on Wednesday morning.
Thursday’s storm caused countless damage to the area, but took a particularly devastating toll on one local family, prompting their neighbors …
It’s almost time for the return of the annual Sunrise Festival in Sidney. The festival is slated for Saturday, June 12, 2021 starting at 8 a.m.
Thunderstorms are ahead in the forecast, following what has been a punishing heat wave for tender, emerging garden plants and crops.
Rain over the last week helped the drought situation in some parts of the state, but others are still in exceptional to extreme drought.
Crops are greening up on the strength of the 1 to 3 inches of rain that fell a little more than a week ago, but there are still spotty and uneven stands in many fields, and whether that moisture is going to be enough to get crops through the coming heat wall is questionable.
Cooler weather and rain has not stopped the spread of extreme drought in North Dakota, according to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor update.
Tanner Davis has committed to play hockey at Utah State for the university’s men’s hockey club.
Forty-nine student-athletes at Williston State College were named to the Mon-Dak Academic Team for the 2020-2021 academic year.
For the first time since 1998 the Williston High School boys track and field team defeated Dickinson and Minot in an outdoor meet.
Whether you work in or with the energy sector in the Williston Basin, you know that it’s a constantly evolving landscape. Staying on top of it means constantly chasing that leading edge, and that’s what Energy Chaser is all about. We’ll keep you connected with what’s happening to the sector in the Bakken and beyond.
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Recently I attended a wedding in which one of the groomsmen had partial paralysis of his arm. I didn’t ask him what happened, but eventually o…
The Biden administration’s EPA administrator Michael Regan was in the state last week to talk with North Dakota officials about carbon capture…