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Whether you are a driver, a hauler, a dispatcher, or a hand, there is always the question: “Where is that rig/ well located?”. This site is intended to help those trying to locate an oil rig¬†or well by providing directions or a map to the desired site.

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  • N.D. Fire Departments Expect Hiring Challenges

    Jan. 24--As the Grand Forks Fire Department works to hire 12 new firefighters, officials expect recruitment challenges amid a growing need for firefighters across North Dakota. About 80 new firefighters are expected to be hired in North Dakota by next year, said Grand Forks Fire Chief Peter O'Neill.

  • Kellan Lutz Teaches Needy Kids To Snowboard

    An excited Kellan exclusively told RumorFix : "This is a good organization - I'm happy to be here and give back." One of four lucky kids will get private lessons from the superstar under the guidance of his friend and professional snowboarder Dingo.

  • Scammers need to be shut down

    Internet hackers who play games with governments and big corporations for cheap thrills and self-congratulation are not the only scumbags lurking out there and teching up their game continually. It was particularly disgusting to hear about a telephone scam being used in the Stanley just this week.

  • Tribe, state reach agreement on child support services

    The tribe's child support program is beginning its third year, with 10 full-time staff members serving about 300 children and 235 parents. The program expects to assume responsibility of additional cases that the state is currently handling, and both the tribe and state will work together on other cases.

  • Sundance 2015: Focus turns to mavericks from the not-too-distant past

    A younger generation of filmmakers shifting the focus to the iconoclasts of their era: Kurt Cobain, David Foster Wallace and even Evel Knievel Brett Morgen on his Kurt Cobain film: There's 'something nice to making movies about iconoclasts I grew up wit In its 31-year history, the Sundance Film Festival has often showcased movies by some of the country's most maverick personalities. But as the prestigious gathering enters its busy opening weekend, there may have never been so many of the iconoclasts themselves up on the screen.

  • Proposed Changes to Tracking & Disposing of Radioactive Waste in ND

    The North Dakota Department of Health is proposing changes to the tracking and disposal of radioactive waste in the state. Thursday night is your chance to hear that proposal and voice your concerns.

  • University System launches search for next chancellor

    Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen took over when the board replaced Hamid Shirvani in 2013 after complaints about his leadership style. Skogen will return to his duties as president of Bismarck State college on July 1. Officials held off on searching for a new, permanent chancellor until after last November's vote on dumping the state Board of Higher Education in favor of a full-time commission.

  • ND considers bill to allow firearms in more public places

    Health care workers told North Dakota lawmakers Thursday that a broad gun rights bill that would prohibit them from asking patients about gun ownership would hinder their work and restrict their right to free speech. North Dakota lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow concealed carry permit holders to pack guns at more public places.

  • Three-million-gallon drilling waste spill is North Dakota's worst, but far from the state's only one

    Sixteen days ago, Operator Summit Midstream Partners found a toxic leak of salty drilling waste from a pipeline in western North Dakota, the heart of the Bakken oil boom. Although it reported the leak to the state's department of health immediately, it wasn't until Tuesday when officials learned that nearly three million gallons of the stuff had leaked into two creeks.

  • Frank Mazzola, who staged famed James Dean fight scene, dies

    With the dismissal of one of two lawsuits that effectively pitted them against each other, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s children took a step Thursday toward resolving the issues that have divided them in recent... By REGINA GARCIA CANO Associated Press Barriers have been set up and water is being tested in the area of western North Dakota affected by a nearly 3 million-gallon saltwater spill.

  • NCAA Hockey Bracketology: Boston College Out, But By How Much?

    Apr 10, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; North Dakota Sioux forward Connor Gaarder celebrates his goal with against the Minnesota Gophers during the third period in the semifinals of the Frozen Four college ice hockey tournament at Wells Fargo Center. Minnesota defeated North Dakota, 2-1.

  • Senators To Talk Keystone XL Pipeline

    While the impact of lawmakers' decisions will play out in Nebraska, all eyes will be on Washington, D.C. where two senators will hold a bi-partisan press conference in support of the pipeline. According to NBC News, Senator Joe Manchin and Senator John Hoeven will speak at a joint press conference Thursday morning.

  • Low-income North Dakotans getting an additional $2...

    Families and seniors living in low-income households will receive more than $1.7 million in Low Income Heating Assistance Program funding from the Department of Health and Human Services. An additional $540,000 is available for North Dakota's Native American tribes.

  • Sundance Film Festival 2015 | Kenneth Turan's 25 films of note

    "3 1/2 Minutes," in the U.S. documentary section, is directed by Marc Silver. It examines how and why an unarmed black teenager in Florida was killed for playing rap music too loud.

  • Nearly 3M gallons of brine spill; ND oil boom's largest leak

    In this photo taken Jan. 12, 2015, crews dig up land at a saltwater spill site near Blacktail Creek outside Williston, N.D. A North Dakota health official called the 70,000 barrel spill the state's largest duri... Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater generated by oil drilling have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline, an official said Wednesday, the largest such spill since the state's current oil boom began and nearly three times worse than any previous spill. Two creeks have been affected, but the full environmental effect might not be clear for months.

  • Low oil prices a bonus for Minnesota railroad regulators

    A Minnesota railroad regulatory official says lower oil prices have caused train traffic from North Dakota to level off. That's given Minnesota officials space to work on safety issues.

  • Can You Get A Ticket For Eating While Driving?

    A man was given a ticket after getting caught eating a cheeseburger while driving in Georgia just days ago. Many of us know using a cell phone while driving falls under distracted driving, but can you be ticketed for eating a burger? Or putting on make-up in North Dakota? "I have seen people texting, talking on the phone, eating while driving.

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