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- Alzheimer’s Association and University of North Dakota to present conference on Alzheimer’s and Dementia Diagnosis
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The Jerry Zunich / Sjon Zunich / JR Johnson Agency of Williston is one of nine Farmers Union Insurance agencies in the state to achieve “Premi…
It’s no secret energy production is crucial to North Dakota’s economy. As the state looks into the future, it is essential to understand how t…
Drought isn't a prevent plant condition, Walmart has a new pollinator policy, and American beef is the most sustainable in the world. Just a few things to know in agriculture this week.
With most of the state in extreme or severe drought based on the U.S. Drought Monitor, Gov. Doug Burgum has declared a statewide disaster, and the State Water Commission has reactivated the Drought Disaster Livestock Water Supply Project Assistance program.
With all of North Dakota in a drought and nearly half the state in severe drought, North Dakota State University Extension is going to be hosting live monthly webinars to assist ranchers in navigating this challenge.
One student athlete shot a perfect score so far and numbers have increased this spring season for the Coyote Clay Target League.
The Williston State College softball and baseball teams will be hosting a series of double headers from April 18 through April 25.
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.
Among the proposals floating around at the nation’s capitol right now for dealing with the nation’s orphaned well problem is one from U.S. Sen…
North Dakota’s top oil and gas regulator attributed a larger than expected drop in the state’s oil and natural gas production to the Texas ene…
A Dakota Access shut-in would likely mean a 400,000 barrel per day shut-in for North Dakota oil production at least temporarily, oil and gas r…
Arrow Midstream will pay $106,500 for two spills into tributaries of Lake Sakakawea that occurred on the Fort Berthold Reservation in September of 2019.