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Meridian Davis will get another extension on air permits for the 49,500 barrel per day refinery it has proposed building near Theodore Roosevelt Park.
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Williston and the surrounding area has miles of biking pathways and mountain biking trails. From the gentle pathways of spring lake park to ru…
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The summer of 2021 has been very challenging for ranchers and livestock. With severe to moderately severe drought in the state, we have experienced the challenges of a reduced amount of forage for grazing and forages harvested for winter feed.
North Dakota State University (NDSU) Extension specialists and agriculture and natural resources (ANR) county agents are in the process of conducting the National Sunflower Production Survey funded by the National Sunflower Association (NSA).
Are weeds getting the upper hand in your garden or your fields? The fall weed forum is the place for you to get answers.
North Dakota State University Bison Strides recently hosted a Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning (ESMHL) Workshop and Skills Test Aug. 19-22 on the NDSU campus. The event was facilitated by two PATH …
A Sept. 16 regular season volleyball game between Trenton and Williston Trinity Christian felt like a postseason battle for first place.
The Williston High School girls swimming and diving team has been on a good start to its season.
The Williston High School boys cross country team continued its hot start to the season, taking first place once again at its most recent meet, the Becki Wells Invite, on Friday, Sept. 17.
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.
Meridian Davis will get another extension on air permits for the 49,500 barrel per day refinery it has proposed building near Theodore Rooseve…
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Oilfield service companies think they are looking at an uptick in activity for the winter, but were also being conservative about the number o…
After each legislative biennium, there are invariably rule changes that the Division of Oil and Gas works through, and this time is no differe…