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Welcome to! This site is to help those find where the current rigs in North Dakota are located by name and Latitude & Longitude.

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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  • Mark Vinz to Read at VCSU

    Nationally recognized writer Mark Vinz will present an afternoon poetry and prose reading Monday, April 20, in the Student Center Skoal Room on the Valley City State University campus. A reception with light refreshments from 3-4 p.m. will precede a 4-5 p.m. reading and book signing.

  • Truck's burning coal might have sparked I-29 grassfires in N.D.

    Grass fires along a roughly 60-mile stretch of Interstate 29 Wednesday could have been caused by burning pieces of coal falling from a truck's conveyor and onto the road, according to Walsh County Sheriff Ron Jurgens. Jurgens said a vehicle dragging its chains "had nothing to do" with fires along I-29, as had been reported earlier.

  • Opening Our Eyes

    With the Supreme Court due to take up the hotly contested issue of marriage equality later this month, reactions to the phenomenon of same-sex unions have ranged from the thoughtful - National Public Radio's "Morning Edition" began a series on the topic this week by engaging rank-and-file North Dakotans in conversation - to the strange to the truly bizarre. That last distinction belongs to the slew of crackpot California propositions that have sprung up in the past couple of weeks, including a drive to empower ordinary citizens to strike down homosexuals for engaging in behavior deemed biblically abominable.

  • Fire danger persists

    Precipitation so far this month as measured at the Minot International Airport is a scant .05 inches, hardly enough to soak a soda cracker. The meager measurement is just 12 percent of what is considered normal for this time of April.

  • Smoke closes I-29 from Grand Forks to Canadian border

    Limited visibility conditions caused by the smoke from multiple grass fires have forced transportation officials in North Dakota to close Interstate 29 from Grand Forks to the Canadian border. The North Dakota Department of Transportation says the area north of Grand Forks along I-29 is experiencing near-zero visibility conditions.

  • North Dakota House rejects plea to fund rail safety program

    North Dakota's Republican-led House on Tuesday rejected a plea by Democrats to restore funding for a state-run rail safety program intended to supplement federal oversight of burgeoning oil train traffic. The debate came as the House approved the Public Service Commission's two-year, $21.5 million spending bill.

  • Adapting to changes, good and bad, in our climate

    Before there was a California, New England fed itself. Somehow. The soil was lousy, the climate cold and the diet limited .

  • From The Floor House to Your House

    Does your home need an update, or are you ready to build new? The Floor House in Powers Lake has an abundant supply of flooring for all your needs. From carpet, tile, vinyl, hardwood and laminate, they have you covered.

  • Top 4 Employers in North Dakota: Which Companies Have the Most Jobs?

    Though the oil boom brought thousands of new workers to North Dakota this century, allowing some adventurers to triple their previous salaries, most of the state's top employers don't follow the same kind of boom-and-bust cycle as that gushing industry. Instead, the companies who have the most jobs are rooted in health systems and education, industries that are stable and will continue to be needed for as long as people live in North Dakota.

  • North Dakota Legislature headed to session's home ...

    But lawmakers first must find consensus on a host of spending plans and other last-minute measures before the state constitution's 80-day limit is imposed. North Dakota's House and Senate have worked through several contentious measures this session, including expanding places where concealed-carry permit holders can pack heat.

  • 3 North Dakota groups get funding for autism projects

    Three North Dakota organizations will split nearly $15,000 to help people with autism spectrum disorders and their families. The state Department of Human Services' Autism Services Division awarded $14,860 in small community education and training grants to Development Homes Incorporated in Grand Forks, the North Dakota Autism Center in West Fargo and Family Voices of North Dakota in Edgeley.

  • A true fish story

    RIVERDALE The Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery has played an increasingly larger and more important role throughout its history. Construction on the facility began in 1961.

  • Chelmsford's Eichel wins Hobey Baker

    Boston University center Jack Eichel, a hockey prodigy from North Chelmsford, on Friday became only the second freshman to ever win college hockey's highest individual honor, the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. The other freshman to win the Hobey Baker was Maine's Paul Kariya in 1992-93, a season in which Kariya led the Black Bears to their first national title.

  • Bismark High School Teacher Resigns

    A Bismarck teacher who made headlines when he accused the North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction of domestic assault -- has resigned. Tschosik was suspended on Tuesday for calling a radio talk show during his work day, he had not returned to work since then.

  • House panel guts funds for North Dakota rail safety program

    This Nov. 6, 2013 file photo shows a warning placard on a tank car carrying crude oil near a loading terminal in Trenton, N.D. North Dakota House budget writers have stripped funding for a state-run rail safety program. The Public Service Commission had requested $972,000 in the next two-year budget cycle to fund the program that included two rail safety inspectors and a rail safety manager.

  • Excerpts from recent North Dakota editorials

    Health insurance continues to be a game-changer for many Americans. It plays a role when considering a new job - how do the benefits compare? It also can help determine when a couple decides to start a family.

  • Idea for new home for North Dakota governor won't die

    Despite dropping oil prices and increased pressure to bridle spending, some North Dakota lawmakers have not given up on the idea of building a new home for the state's first family. The House Appropriations Committee has recommended a do-not-pass recommendation on the proposed $5 million governor's residence.

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