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The Daily Sentinel
Blotter, Aug. 26, 2015Police to offer discussion about drugs, alcohol to kids Sometimes it’s easier
Blotter, Aug. 26, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
Police to offer discussion about drugs, alcohol to kids Sometimes it’s easier if young adults hear about precautions they can take to stay safe and above the law from someone other than their parents. With that in mind, the Grand Junction Police... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Williston Couple Envisioning Pediatric Transplant HomeA couple formerly of Williston moved to Rochester with families -- most of them
Williston Couple Envisioning Pediatric Transplant Home
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 6 days ago
A couple formerly of Williston moved to Rochester with families -- most of them strangers -- in mind. The Ericksons have opened their doors to families with children who have pediatric illnesses after experiencing first hand the struggle for long... Read more
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Reuters
Policy alone cannot solve U.S. skills mismatch: Fed's DudleyTom Tow, a field foreman for Great Plains Gas Compression, looks at an applicat
Policy alone cannot solve U.S. skills mismatch: Fed's Dudley
Reuters / Posted 20 days ago
Tom Tow, a field foreman for Great Plains Gas Compression, looks at an application at a job fair in Williston, North Dakota in this March 11, 2015 file photo. William C. Dudley, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Policy alone cannot solve U.S. skills mismatch: Fed's DudleyTom Tow, a field foreman for Great Plains Gas Compression, looks at an applicat
Policy alone cannot solve U.S. skills mismatch: Fed's Dudley
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 20 days ago
Tom Tow, a field foreman for Great Plains Gas Compression, looks at an application at a job fair in Williston, North Dakota in this March 11, 2015 file photo. William C. Dudley, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Once fastest-growing small city in U.S. hits real estate slumpThe population of a U.S. oil boomtown that became a symbol of the fracking revo
Once fastest-growing small city in U.S. hits real estate slump
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
The population of a U.S. oil boomtown that became a symbol of the fracking revolution is dropping fast because of the collapse in crude oil prices, according to an unusual metric: the amount of sewage produced. Williston, North Dakota, has seen its... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
U.S. small business confidence bounces back in JulySmall business owners Jennifer Greiner (L) and Whitney Carson prepare for Frida
U.S. small business confidence bounces back in July
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 21 days ago
Small business owners Jennifer Greiner (L) and Whitney Carson prepare for Friday's grand opening at the Lantern Coffee Company in Williston, North Dakota, February 5, 2015. WASHINGTON U.S. small business confidence rebounded in July from a 15-month... Read more
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Reuters
U.S. small business confidence bounces back in JulySmall business owners Jennifer Greiner (L) and Whitney Carson prepare for Frida
U.S. small business confidence bounces back in July
Reuters / Posted 21 days ago
Small business owners Jennifer Greiner (L) and Whitney Carson prepare for Friday's grand opening at the Lantern Coffee Company in Williston, North Dakota, February 5, 2015. WASHINGTON U.S. small business confidence rebounded in July from a 15-month... Read more
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Reuters
Sewage flow becomes Williston's oil bust indicatorWILLISTON, N.D. The population of a U.S. oil boomtown that became a symbol of t
Sewage flow becomes Williston's oil bust indicator
Reuters / Posted 25 days ago
WILLISTON, N.D. The population of a U.S. oil boomtown that became a symbol of the fracking revolution is dropping fast because of the collapse in crude oil prices, according to an unusual metric: the amount of sewage produced. Williston, North... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
Arkansas woman punches North Dakota Officers during fightWILLISTON, N.D.– An Arkansas woman found herself on the wrong side of the law a
Arkansas woman punches North Dakota Officers during fight
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted a month ago
WILLISTON, N.D.– An Arkansas woman found herself on the wrong side of the law after punching two officers in the face. Investigators said 24-year-old Wendy Stuard of North Little Rock was working at a strip club in Williston, North Dakota last... Read more
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