FRESH MOJO: LIFE IN WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA DURING AN OIL BOOM Talk to me about the roads
OK, I realize that freezing rain may be an anomaly; I am willing to bite the bullet and put in overtime scraping my windshields in a situation like we've seen in Dickinson since Thursday night. I plan... Posted on 11/12/12 at 1:01 PM
THE NEW FORTY A 4,800 lb. force...
Two pregnant sisters were killed in a rollover accident in Eastern Montana on Friday morning. Icy conditions are believed to have played a role in the rollover. The sisters did not have their seat bel... Posted on 11/10/12 at 5:06 PM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Riverside Bridge Update: The Battle over the Ownership
There is usually a problem when it comes to preserving historic bridges and that is the question of ownership and liability. Most of the time agencies and parties involved in a historic bridge in qu... Posted on 8/6/12 at 10:27 AM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK New teen driving restrictions have begun
On January 1 of this year, some new restrictions took effect for North Dakota teen drivers. According to legislators, the intent of the new restrictions was to make North Dakota roads and teens safer.... Posted on 1/12/12 at 9:48 AM
THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND State officials approve $2 million for oil-impacted townships
BISMARCKState officials approved $2 million worth of grants for oil-impacted townships on Thursday and began discussing how $60 million in additional impact grants will be distributed.
The Board of U... Posted on 12/8/11 at 6:18 PM
Travel likely to remain hazardous all weekend
Ice and snow continued their wintery grip on the Red River Valley as a new year greeted eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota with a second blizzard in as many days.
Mike Nowatzki, Wendy Reuer and Steve Wagner, Forum staff writers
, January 01, 2011
From bad to worse to not so bad – the predicted severity of a winter storm moving through the area changed frequently Monday but a winter weather advisory for most of the Red River Valley remains in effect until noon today.
BISMARCK – An asbestos-like mineral used on western North Dakota gravel roads can cause changes in workers’ lungs consistent with commercial asbestos exposure that could lead to breathing problems, a study has found.
Blake Nicholson, Associated Press Writer
, October 19, 2010
Traffic will be shifting early this morning as the 45th Street interchange project enters a new phase of construction in Fargo, according to a release from the North Dakota Department of Transportation.
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