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Taylor-made trucking

July 12, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

During another busy day in the Bakken on Thursday morning, LT Enterprises owner/president Luke Taylor is on the phone at his desk. Continue Reading

McKenzie County roads open as of Monday

June 24, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

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Battle for building roads in the Badlands intensifies

October 6, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

FARGO A legal battle is intensifying to decide if roads can be built in areas of the Little Missouri National Grasslands now managed as roadless and eligible to be protected as wilderness. Continue Reading

4 counties – Billings, Golden Valley, McKenzie and Slope – seek to build roads in western ND grasslands

September 8, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

FARGO Four counties within the Little Missouri National Grassland have gone to court seeking authority to build roads in areas now managed as roadless and eligible for wilderness. Continue Reading

Fair time arrives for Hettinger, Bowman, McKenzie counties

July 10, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Travel north or south of Dickinson this weekend and you’ll head to a fair. Continue Reading

Water project to provide high-quality water to NW ND

May 15, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

CROSBY A $110 million pipeline project will bring high-quality drinking water to areas of northwest North Dakota that desperately need it, officials said Tuesday. Continue Reading

Cities, businesses fail to meet water standards

July 15, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

Cities and businesses in five southwestern North Dakota counties accumulated more than 20 violations for not meeting drinking water standards. The water is safe but they failed to report results in time.
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5 area counties place in top 10

June 17, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

Slope, McKenzie, Dunn, Stark and Billings residents see some of states best wages Continue Reading

Pipeline construction could save roads, ease heavy traffic

September 9, 2010 in The Dickinson Press

KILLDEER Area residents could begin to see less truck traffic after the state’s Public Service Commission held a formal hearing at City Hall Thursday afternoon to discuss a proposed 77-mile crude oil pipeline. Continue Reading