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Radioactive waste posing problems in the Bakken

WILLISTON, NORTH DAKOTA - The Bakken Oil Boom has transformed North Dakota from a relatively small player in the world of oil, to number two in the country behind Texas. Williston is now the fastest growing micropolitan city in the nation. "It is one of the brightest spots in the nation," said Rick Leuthold, Chairman of Sanderson Stewart,...

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3 hours 12 minutes ago

Superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools resigns

BILLINGS - The superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools has resigned. A memo sent to Catholic school officials across the state Thursday, announced Pat Haggarty has accepted a job outside of Montana. Haggarty informed both Montana Bishops that he will leave in the coming months. Haggarty has been with Montana Catholic... Read Story

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3 hours 12 minutes ago

Superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools resigns

BILLINGS - The superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools has resigned. A memo sent to Catholic school officials across the state Thursday, announced Pat Haggarty has accepted a job outside of Montana. Haggarty informed both Montana Bishops that he will leave in the coming months. Haggarty has been with Montana Catholic... Read Story

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Apr 23, 2014 11:49 PM

Bakken Oil Boom now a generational oil play

WILLISTON - Any thoughts that the pace in the Bakken oil patch has slowed down over the past few years, can be eliminated. "We're breaking records everyday," noted Tom Rolfstad, Executive Director of Williston Economic Development. "They're growing houses, like they grow wheat on the plains," said Rick... Read Story

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14 hours 37 minutes ago

NRA gathers as gun debate cools, shifts focus

The National Rifle Association holds its annual meeting this weekend with the gun debate cooling overall and pivoting to the states, where gun-control advocates are recalibrating around big money. The three-day event in Indianapolis is expected to draw 70,000 to its sprawling shooting, hunting and outdoor exhibits as well... Read Story

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17 hours 55 minutes ago

Marijuana use linked to heart problems

Young people who use marijuana may be at risk for heart attacks and other serious cardiovascular problems, a new study suggests. Researchers reviewed records from the French Addictovigilance Network, a national system of centers in France that gather information about drug abuse and dependence. From 2006 to 2010,... Read Story

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