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Much has been written about the $550 billion in new federal spending aimed at revitalizing America’s transportation system, but the bipartisan infrastructure bill that has advanced to the floor of the U.S. Senate also contains billions of dollars for energy and agriculture as well.
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- Lewis and Clark Bridge scheduled for inspection beginning Wednesday
- Upper Missouri Ministries celebrates 75 years serving the region's youth
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Many a determined North Dakota gardener has trudged up blueberry hill, only to find that blueberries just really don’t do well here, even with lots of know-how and lots of extra effort.
While eligible CRP acres in North Dakota can currently be grazed at limited capacity, they aren’t eligible for haying until after the primary nesting season, which ends Aug. 1 in South Dakota, Minnesota, and North Dakota. The CRP Flexibility Act would allow emergency haying on eligible CRP a…
She cuts a giant figure under the sky at the Williston Research Extension Center, but, for all that size, she is precise, to very fine detail.
There’s a little love affair going on under the sun in one of Greg Busch’s intercropped fields. The maple peas and mustard are growing beautifully together this year, reaching near waist height despite the drought conditions, on a mere 5 inches or so of what has been timely rain.
Austyn Melin and Jesse Keicher are returning for a second year to play for the Williston State College Hockey team.
Katie Ledecky closed out her dominant Olympic Games with one final gold medal.
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.
Much has been written about the $550 billion in new federal spending aimed at revitalizing America’s transportation system, but the bipartisan…
The North Bakken Expansion project is in limbo no more. The project got underway in northwestern North Dakota a week or so ago, after WBI rece…
American GulfCoast Select can’t yet be traded, but Continental Resource’s Harold Hamm says the impending finalization of light sweet crude’s n…