WILLISTON, N.D. – Tana Turcotte has figured out a way she can make sure her kids get safely to school in the Oil Patch.RELATED CONTENT
Group worried about improper disposal of oil field material
WILLISTON, N.D. – Landfill employees here discovered at least two “hot loads” this week, illustrating why a group of North Dakota citizens is worried about the proper disposal of radioactive waste that comes with oil production.
BISMARCK – The Keystone XL Pipeline could mean three to six fewer traffic deaths per year in North Dakota as a result of reduced truck traffic, the state’s top oil and gas regulator says.RELATED CONTENT
TIOGA, N.D. – After Las Vegas chiropractor Stephen Alexander had 65 patients relocate to North Dakota, it wasn’t long before his phone started ringing.RELATED CONTENT
MAKOTI, N.D. – As the Three Affiliated Tribes blessed the ground Wednesday where a refinery will be built, one tribal council member called it a new day for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara.RELATED CONTENT
NEW TOWN, N.D. – A new tribal oil tax agreement is a “huge improvement” but still contains bad language that doesn’t recognize tribal sovereignty, Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall said Tuesday.RELATED CONTENT
Oil Patch to have record road construction season this year
RAY, N.D. – Some say roads in the Oil Patch have potholes so big they could swallow your car.
BISMARCK – In the early morning hours Saturday after North Dakota lawmakers wrapped up the longest-ever legislative session, Republicans praised the session as the greatest in history while Democrats said it was full of “squandered opportunities.”RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – North Dakota legislators wrapped up their work after 4 a.m. today, setting a record for the longest session in modern history and approving an unprecedented $850 million-plus in property tax relief.
BISMARCK – Legislators on Friday approved an 11.9 percent increase in state funding for higher education but sent with it a strong message that campuses keep tuition affordable.
WILLISTON, N.D. - The creators of an upcoming reality TV show called “Guntucky” are in North Dakota looking for their next show.RELATED CONTENT
Minnesota State Community and Technical College is among the top 10 percent of community colleges in the country, according to the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Hundreds of North Dakota State University students will give back to the community in a big way this week.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - The search for a new North Dakota State University provost and vice president for academic affairs enters the final four this week.RELATED CONTENT
The Tri-College University is changing the way it allows students to do course exchanges with other campuses.RELATED CONTENT
An international physics conference that was most recently held in Rome and Beijing will be in Fargo this summer. North Dakota State University will host the Discrete Simulation of Fluid Dynamics conference Aug. 8-12.RELATED CONTENT
A 2010 television documentary produced by students at Minnesota State University Moorhead has won a national award.RELATED CONTENT
Improving students’ financial literacy is the focus of a campaign by Minnesota State University Moorhead public relations students.RELATED CONTENT
North Dakota State University has joined an elite group. NDSU is now categorized as a research university with “very high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.RELATED CONTENT
A new resource for North Dakota State University students aims to improve student success.RELATED CONTENT