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CED expands to ND: Electrical distributor opens 2 locations in less than a year

May 20, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

The building boom brought on by the oil boom has brought many new companies to North Dakota.
Coming to Dickinson and Williston made North Dakota the 48th state to host Consolidated Electrical Distributors neither South Dakota or Minnesota have had the honors. Continue Reading

Water use up, officials say rationing possible

May 11, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

Go ahead and water that lawn, while you can. With residential, city and industrial uses all requiring their share of the precious resource, the question of Dickinson residents facing a water rationing scenario as early as next year bubbles to the surface. Continue Reading

Stark Co. Zoning Board supports land size, animal number changes: County Commission to consider ordinance recommendations Tuesday

September 27, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Stark County Zoning Board members unanimously agreed to recommend several ordinance changes to the County Commission regarding land size and number of animals allowed on a property. Continue Reading

Larger lot sizes in Dickinson recommended in rural land

September 19, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Residents would need larger lots for residential and agriculture use in Dickinson if an idea brought up by City Planner Ed Courton at Wednesday’s city Planning and Zoning Commission meeting would go into effect. Continue Reading

Backyard view to the oil boom: Statoil drills 4 wells adjacent to Williston homes

July 13, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

WILLISTON Residents of one of Williston’s newest neighborhoods now have an up-close view of a drilling rig. Continue Reading

Concerns arise over proposed Dickinson residential area

March 21, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Residents were rearing their hands to show they are against a proposed residential area at the Wednesday meeting at City Hall. Continue Reading

The Dickinson Press Top 10: No. 4: Growing Pains

December 27, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

As the year wraps up and we enter 2012, The Dickinson Press takes you through the top stories that filled its pages in 2011. Today we share No. 4.
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