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February 22, 2018
During a prayer walk with about 50 people on Thursday, Nathan Phillips, a member of the Omaha Tribe, holds an eagle staff as he walks away from a barbed wire fenced of what was once the main gate leading to the Oceti Sakowin camp of a year ago filled with thousands of Dakota Access Pipeline protesters living in teepees, tents, and wooden structures. (Mike Mccleary, Bismarck Tribune)
Prayer walk marks anniversary of Dakota Access protest camp closure
February 22, 2018 - 8:37pm
February 8, 2018
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Pipeline protester tells judge Standing Rock camp changed his life
February 8, 2018 - 9:50pm
Red Fawn Fallis stand outside the Federal Courthouse in Bismarck on Friday, Dec. 8. Fallis was in court for a hearing on charges related to protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline. (Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune)
ND pipeline protester charged with firing gun at officers will have hearing resume Monday
December 8, 2017 - 9:42pm
July 22, 2017
Troy Eid, an attorney who specializes in Native American law, speaks to the Bakken Conference & Expo in Bismarck. Also pictured is Craig Stevens, spokesman for Grow America's Infrastructure Now, who joined a discussion about the aftermath of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. (Amy Dalrymple, Bismarck Tribune file photo)
Regulators consider first major ND pipeline since Dakota Access
July 22, 2017 - 4:32pm
March 7, 2017
Robert Fool Bear, Cannon Ball District chairman on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation,is pictured here in January. Mike McCleary / Bismarck Tribune file photo
Cannon Ball leader who wanted protesters out denies sex abuse charges
March 7, 2017 - 7:52pm
January 12, 2017
A burned vehicle and debris is visible Friday, Oct. 28, 2016, on North Dakota Highway 1806 near the Backwater Bridge, located between two camps set up by pipeline protesters. Photo provided by the Morton County Sheriff's Department
Bridge at center of pipeline protest is structurally sound, but will remain closed
January 12, 2017 - 5:43pm
December 8, 2016
Despite extreme weather conditons the protest camp near Cannon Ball, North Dakota still has an estimated 2000 people who oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline. This photograph taken December 8, 2016 shows part of the encampment that has endured a prairie blizzard and subzero temperatures in the past week. People at the camp are asking that no new people come to visit or stay due to conditions but those presently there plan to keep a presence at the remote site. Photo by Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune
It's transition time at protest camps as people start leaving
December 8, 2016 - 9:07pm
December 1, 2016
Local radio host at WDAY, Jay Thomas, held a supply drive for law enforcement officials at the Dakota Access Pipeline protest. The drive started Nov. 22 and wraps up Friday, Dec. 2. Kim Hyatt/ Forum
Local radio host holds supply drive for law enforcement at pipeline protest
December 1, 2016 - 8:27pm
November 21, 2016
Man apologizes for threatening Facebook post about pipeline protesters
November 21, 2016 - 10:36pm
November 6, 2016
saac Weston, an Oglala Sioux, said he felt lost and confused after the Oct. 27 clash between police and Dakota Access pipeline activists and said he attended Sunday’s rally because, “The hardest thing to do is to forgive.” Photo by Lauren Donovan / Bismarck Tribune
400 walk for forgiveness near Mandan law enforcement offices, but top officers stay away
November 6, 2016 - 9:18pm
October 23, 2016
Protesters block North Dakota Highway 1806 on Sunday. The roadblock north of the camp on Highway 1806 was removed after negotiations with law enforcement, who told protesters they would be liable if an emergency would occur and first responders could not get through, according to the Morton County Sheriff's Department.
 Photo by Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune
Protesters move camp to Dakota Access property, claiming it as treaty land
October 23, 2016 - 8:16pm
October 11, 2016
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Journalist who was at pipeline protest to return to face charges
October 11, 2016 - 6:12pm
September 29, 2016
Teresa Ivesdal, who has lived in St. Anthony for many years, said she is concerned about the speed of vehicles driving through town since the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline started. Photo by Tom Stromme / Bismarck Tribune
Air of unease permeates rural area around pipeline protest
September 29, 2016 - 9:46pm
September 18, 2016
Gov. Dalrymple should ask: What would Sitting Bull do?
September 18, 2016 - 3:07pm
September 17, 2016
North Dakota highway to close today for camp march
September 17, 2016 - 11:06am