STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH WITH FORUM COMMUNICATIONS' AMY DALRYMPLE Faces of the Boom: Dickinson woman proud to return to N.D. oil industry
NEW TOWN, N.D. -- Erin Wanner grew up in a family that owned an oil service company, but she never thought about the industry as a career option for herself.
That all changed after the Dickinson nati... Posted on 6/17/13 at 12:07 AM
THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND State releases results of oil cities' housing studies
UPDATED (You can find the Williston report today (Dec. 28) on the Jamestown Sun's website)
BISMARCKState officials hope a recently-completed study of housing needs in western North Dakotas oil countr... Posted on 12/27/10 at 6:34 PM
WARSAW, N.D. - The bells of St. Stanislaus Catholic Church rang over the snowy cemetery here Thursday as the bodies of a sister and two brothers slain together last week in New Town were laid to rest side-by-side in matching caskets.
By Stephen J. Lee, Forum Communications
, November 29, 2012
NEW TOWN, N.D. – With their community still in shock after a shooting that left a grandmother and three of her grandchildren dead Sunday, the communities of New Town and the Three Affiliated Tribes continued picking up the pieces two days later.
By Bryan Horwath, Forum Communications
, November 20, 2012
Some fear development for oil workers will mean homelessness
NEW TOWN, N.D. – About 50 people paraded through this northwestern city of 2,000 people Saturday chanting “People over profits” and carrying signs such as “Relocation ended in the ’70s” to protest the eviction of mobile home court residents.
Dalrymple wants Minot FEMA trailers to go to Fort Berthold, Turtle Mountain reservations
NEW TOWN, N.D. – Gov. Jack Dalrymple plans to write a letter to President Barack Obama to ask for help addressing the housing needs on North Dakota reservations.
Tribal leaders hope to find a solution
NEW TOWN, N.D. – Residents of a 45-lot mobile home park here, many among the poorest members of the Three Affiliated Tribes, are being evicted and will be replaced by oil workers.
NEW TOWN, N.D. (AP) — Three Affiliated Tribes chairman Marcus Levings will face former two-time chairman Tex Hall in November for a repeat of the election showdown four years ago on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.
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