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The Dakota Access Pipeline Is a Step Closer to Pumping More Oil Through Tribal Lands

North Dakota approved the expansion of the Dakota Access Pipeline on Wednesday. Yup, the same 1,172-mile-long crude oil pipeline that inspired a massive wave of indigenous protests at Standing Rock in 2016. Despite those protests, the pipeline went into operation in 2017 with the support of the Trump administration. Read more...
Tags: Science, North Dakota, Trump, Pipelines, Dakota Access Pipeline, Dapl, Standing Rock, Say What


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Facebook Videos of Her Trip to Standing Rock Reveal Her Political Awakening

Almost everyone who came to Standing Rock repeated the same legend. Someone, maybe Crazy Horse, had made a prophecy a long time ago—probably in the late 1870s—about the looming destruction of the planet. The “who” and “when” parts of the story were always fuzzy, but the prophecy was always the same: the “black snake” of darkness and discord was going to infect the land, seeping into the fires and air and water, spreading conflict and violence, and threatening the reciprocal relationship bet...
Tags: Facebook, New York, News, Instagram, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Obama, Congress, Robin Williams, New York City, Environment, Uncategorized, Barack Obama, Indiana, Cnn, Pennsylvania


It's ESPN official: Edina declared 'center of American hockey universe'

This nearly life-size mural is on the wall at the city's Braemar Arena.Using a little bit of data and a lot of anecdotal evidence, ESPN's Greg Wyshynski set out to find the center of the American hockey universe. If his methods had yielded different results, I'm sure there would have been plenty of things to pick apart about his process. Alas, Wyshynski properly concluded that the Twin Cities metro area is, indeed, the locus from which all hockey radiates outward in the United States — the geogr...
Tags: Minnesota, Minneapolis, Boston, United States, North Dakota, Espn, NHL, North America, Edina, USA Hockey, Greg Wyshynski, Kelleher, Wyshynski, Edina Minnesota, Nanne, Chorske


Why not even Minnesota is safe from quakes

Californians, want to run away from the Big One? Head for Minnesota.As this map shows, the Gopher State is the least likely to be hit by earthquakes.Choose your new home wisely, though: even Minnesota has one earthquake-sensitive spot. Not if, but when It's not if, but when: Californians live with the certainty that someday, the Big One will hit. The Big One is an earthquake with a magnitude of at least 7.8 on the Richter scale. Because of the plate tectonics at work under California, big quak...
Tags: Maps, Texas, Minnesota, California, Earthquake, Georgia, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Geology, Innovation, Natural Disaster, Usgs, Pacific, Morris, Richter


North Dakota Soybean Processors gives up on Spiritwood but not on project

In North Dakota, after more than three years, $6 million of investment and thousands of hours of management time, North Dakota Soybean Processors announced that it is abandoning its efforts to build a large-scale soybean crushing facility at the Spiritwood Energy Park in Spiritwood, North Dakota. “We made every effort to build the first farmer-owned soybean crush plant in the State of North Dakota at the Spiritwood Energy Park site,” stated Minnesota farmer and NDSP President Bruce Hill. “...
Tags: Minnesota, Soybean, North Dakota, Producer News, Sepa, State, Hill, Spiritwood, Ndsp, North Dakota Soybean Processors, Bruce Hill, Spiritwood Energy Park, Spiritwood North Dakota


The Native Vote In North Dakota

A lack of a fixed address won't stop members of two North Dakota tribes from going to the polls in the future.
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Coronavirus effects on the oil industry likely to affect North Dakota

Production, already down some, could weaken in coming months, the state says.
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ICYMI: Blizzard, cold and flooding rains roil parts of U.S., and heavy rains nearly ends Australia's bushfire catastrophe

It was a frigid week for several spots across the United States as blizzards hindered travel on slick and slushy roadways for many drivers. Meanwhile, the flooding in the Deep South led to a rather unfortunate side effect in Alabama, and some much-needed good news has risen from the ashes of the devastating Australia bushfires. Here's a look back at the week in weather.Brutal blizzard, frigid cold blasts through northern US A truck drove off the side of the road in limited visibility Wedn...
Tags: Europe, National Weather Service, England, Science, Minnesota, Mississippi, Wales, Colorado, Australia, Washington Post, France, Germany, Iraq, Russia, US, Alabama


Western Michigan on the Rise

Matt Dewkett More than two full years later, January 13, 2018 is still a date that looms over Western Michigan’s program. The Broncos came into a Saturday evening tilt that night at St. Cloud State ranked in the top-10 in the Pairwise Rankings and playing great hockey, having won the previous night’s game. But their season would be effectively over before the first media timeout of the game. Star forward Wade Allison, who at the time, was probably the front-runner for the Hobey Baker Awar...
Tags: Sport, North Dakota, Miami, Ncaa, Michigan, Hockey, Denver, St Paul, Broncos, Allison, Western Michigan, Minnesota Duluth, St Cloud State, NCHC, Hobey Baker, Chris Dilks


North Dakota Tribes Score Key Voting Rights Victory

In a win for voting rights advocates, North Dakota agreed to a binding consent decree to ensure that Native Americans can vote without an ID that shows a residential addresses.
Tags: News, North Dakota, Native Americans, Voter Registration and Requirements


Trolls Force Artist to Cancel a Planned Greta Thunberg Mural in North Dakota

Drama is afoot in the capital of North Dakota. The state is the site of both the famous Standing Rock protests of 2016 and some of the country’s greatest crude oil reserves. And it was going to be home to one amazing mural of 17-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg in Bismarck, North Dakota until a whole bunch of…Read more...
Tags: Art, Photography, Science, North Dakota, Bismarck North Dakota, Greta Thunberg, Greta The Great


State Tax Websites for Your Small Business

Understanding and fulfilling your tax obligations remain one of the biggest challenges with running a business. You usually complete your personal tax returns once a year with a few forms. But preparing and filing your business taxes can prove, for lack of a better term, taxing. Even more so if you do not know about your state’s particular tax regulations. As a result, everyone faces the chore of gathering various documents to complete the annual ritual of filling of IRS Form 1040. And the same...
Tags: Utah, Taxes, Minnesota, Maryland, California, Montana, Virginia, Massachusetts, Time, Alabama, Sales, West Virginia, Georgia, Pennsylvania, North Dakota, Idaho


Blizzard blasts northern US with blinding snow, AccuWeather RealFeel Temperatures below minus 60 F

Residents awoke to blizzard warnings on Wednesday morning across parts of the northern United States due to a fierce winter storm that produced "near impossible" travel conditions with near-zero visibility and strong, biting winds."Do not travel" advisories were issued by the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) across eastern portions of the state. Interstate 29 was one of the major highways that were shut down due to the blizzard conditions. The highway was closed from the South D...
Tags: Science, Minnesota, US, United States, North Dakota, South Dakota, Noaa, Fargo, Nws, Accuweather, U S Highway, Minnesota State Patrol, North Dakota Highway Patrol, Grand Forks North Dakota, State Highway, Jesse Grabow


A Rare Trump-Era Climate Policy Hits an Obstacle: The Tax Man

WASHINGTON -- A rare policy enacted under President Donald Trump to address climate change has run into an unexpected hurdle: the tax man.In 2018, Congress approved a lucrative tax break for companies that use carbon capture technology to trap carbon dioxide produced by industrial sites before the gas escapes into the atmosphere and heats the planet. The technology is still costly and contentious, but may one day become a valuable tool for slowing global warming. House Republicans are aiming to ...
Tags: Texas, Science, Congress, California, Washington, Indiana, North Dakota, House, New York Times, New Mexico, Greenpeace, Houston, Donald Trump, Environmental Protection Agency, Irs, Internal Revenue Service


'A lying, dog-faced pony soldier': just what was Joe Biden talking about?

Biden called a woman a ‘lying, dog-faced pony soldier’ – but no one can find the film he thinks he’s quoting fromIt was all going so badly for Joe Biden. And then it got worse.Concerns for the former vice-president’s 2020 bid were mounting after he was caught on camera calling a woman a “lying, dog-faced pony soldier” at a campaign stop in New Hampshire on Sunday.When Madison Moore, a 21-year-old economics student, asked Biden whether voters could remain confident in his campaign after his poor ...
Tags: News, Joe Biden, North Dakota, New Hampshire, Iowa, John Wayne, Biden, Moore, Kevin Cramer, Madison Moore


AccuWeather predicts a record-setting year for one US crop

After 2019's nightmare of a year for farmers in the United States, AccuWeather is predicting a record-setting corn crop, as well as a substantial increase year-over-year in soybean production."The crop story for 2020 is the bounce-back in U.S. production for both corn and soybeans," said AccuWeather senior meteorologist Jason Nicholls.AccuWeather is predicting U.S. corn production in 2020 will reach 15.486 billion bushels, based on 87 million acres harvested with 178 bushels per acre. (The t...
Tags: Science, US, United States, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, Accuweather, Nati Harnik, Nicholls, Upper Midwest, Traver, DirecTV Frontier, Jason Nicholls, Springfield Neb, Fred Traver, Edwin C Brummels


Most endangered plants in the US

A rose by any other name may smell just as sweet, but what about a blackspore spillwort? Or cabbage on a stick? Do you even know what cabbage on a stick is supposed to smell like? A lot better than you think, most likely, but the problem is you’ll likely never get to smell either of those because they are gravely endangered. In pursuing NetCredit’s research on the most endangered plants in every state, you’ll not only notice the plant names are absolutely fantastic, you’ll also see how human ...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Florida, New York, Minnesota, Mississippi, Maryland, Colorado, California, Montana, Washington, Mexico, Kentucky, Oregon, Virginia, Massachusetts


FCS champ North Dakota State completes strong recruiting class

Stats Perform) - The addition of six players, including cornerback Courtney Eubanks, helped FCS national champion North Dakota State complete a highly regarded recruiting class on Wednesday. The class grew to 30 players - 18 signees and 12 preferred walk-ons. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound Eubanks, who held a number of FBS offers, was ranked as a three-star prospect by 24/7 Sports, joining some of NDSU's December signees with the same designation - tight end Joe Stoffel from River Falls, Wisc.
Tags: News, Sports, North Dakota, Eubanks, FCS, Courtney Eubanks, Joe Stoffel


Nevada won't use the same app in its Democratic caucus that caused problems in Iowa

The same app that is at the center of Iowa's messy Monday night caucus will not be used in the Nevada caucus. The Nevada State Democratic Party Chair made the announcment shortly after CNN reported that the state had planned on using the app. The software, developed by a relatively unknown company called Shadow, was supposed to make the caucus easier. Nevada's caucus is scheduled to take place on February 22. The North Dakota Democratic Party also said it had no plans to use the app for its ca...
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Trump Conduct ‘Shameful,’ Murkowski Says: Impeachment Update

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump is set to be acquitted of two impeachment charges in final votes set for Wednesday at 4 p.m. Senators heard lawyers’ closing arguments Monday and now have two days for discussion on the chamber’s floor.Here are the latest developments:Trump Conduct ‘Shameful,’ Murkowski Says (7:08 p.m.)Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski said she will vote to acquit Trump even though his behavior was “shameful and wrong.”“The president has the responsibility to uphold the inte...
Tags: Europe, Florida, News, Supreme Court, Congress, Colorado, California, Washington, Senate, White House, Elizabeth Warren, America, West Virginia, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Ukraine


GOP Advises Trump to Avoid Trial in Speech: Impeachment Update

(Bloomberg) -- President Donald Trump is set to be acquitted of two impeachment charges in final votes set for Wednesday at 4 p.m. Before then, senators will hear lawyers’ closing arguments and have two days for discussion.Here are the latest developments:GOP Advises Trump to Avoid Trial in Speech (2:28 p.m.)Trump is getting some advice from Republican senators ahead of his State of the Union address: don’t mention impeachment. “If I was him, I would avoid that subject,” said Senator Roy Blunt, ...
Tags: Europe, Florida, News, Congress, Colorado, Washington, Senate, White House, America, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Ukraine, United States, North Dakota, House, Iowa


McConnell Gets Trump Signoff for Vote Plan: Impeachment Update

(Bloomberg) -- The Senate voted to block calling witnesses in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell scheduled final votes on the impeachment articles for Wednesday at 4 p.m. An acquittal is all but assured.Here are the latest developments:McConnell Gets Trump Signoff for Vote Plan (8:03 p.m.)McConnell got approval from Trump before introducing the resolution that sets the final votes for Wednesday, according to a person familiar with the matter.McConnell cal...
Tags: Utah, New York, Texas, News, Republicans, Congress, Washington, Senate, White House, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Ukraine, Democrats, Gop, North Dakota, Maine


Close Vote: Fargo ND Investigates Removal of Zoning Ban on Selling Firearms

Fargo ND Investigates Removal of Zoning Ban on Selling Firearms U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- When some city residents of Fargo, North Dakota, applied to renew their Federal Firearms License (FFL), they were denied. The reason? Fargo had placed a ban on residential sales of firearms in 2001. Because the information in our digital society is so easily available, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, (BATFE) knew of this prohibition and was enforcing it. In Fargo, North Dakota, th...
Tags: Guns, Department Of Defense, Fbi, North Dakota, Arizona, Gun Sales, Mahoney, Fargo North Dakota, Gehrig, Gun Rights News, FFL, Dean Weingarten, Gun Watch, University of Wisconsin Pistol Team, Army Research Development Testing, John Strand


US Life Expectancy Increases For First Time In 4 Years As Drug Overdose, Cancer Deaths Decline

(CNN) — Life expectancy in the U.S. has gone up for the first time in four years as the number of fatal drug overdoses and six of the 10 leading causes of death declined, according to two new government reports from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics. Life expectancy in the United States in 2018 was 78.7 years — an increase of 0.1 year compared with life expectancy of 78.6 years in 2017, the NCHS reported in a study published Thursday. The...
Tags: Health, Texas, Maryland, Drugs, Washington, Boston, Cancer, US, West Virginia, Cnn, Pennsylvania, United States, North Dakota, New Hampshire, Iowa, Nebraska


Guest in North Dakota on 'Antiques Roadshow' told watch worth up to $700K

The show's episode has been viewed millions of times in the few days since it was posted on YouTube.
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Airman Mystery: Keith Keiffer’s Wife Claims He Made Up Attack In Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Airman Keith Keiffer claimed to be a victim of a serious attack out of Sacramento, but now police are saying his story isn’t true. also told CBS13, her husband admitted he made the whole thing up. The investigation spanned more than 60 miles from Sacramento to Pine Grove. Credit: Jackson Police Department Jackson Police Chief, Christopher Mynderup said it started with a Facebook post. “We created a bulletin asking for the public’s help,” he said. Police asked for help i...
Tags: Facebook, News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, North Dakota, Sacramento Police, Sacramento Police Department, Jackson, Sargent, Minot, U S Air Force, Travis Air Force, Minot Air Force Base, Travis Air Force Base


Best Midwestern roadside attractions

Every respectable traveler knows that the journey is just as important as the destination, but if the journey is 26 hours of painfully boring farmland, punctuated only by corn silos and wind turbines, the destination takes precedence. There’s no escaping the monotonous landscape when on an American road trip west, but you can easily take a break from it by checking out some seriously weird and intriguing attractions — if you know where to look. You might not plan a vacation around seeing Idah...
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Wife Of Airman Found Disoriented In Amador County Ditch Shares New Details About His Case

AMADOR COUNTY (CBS13) — The wife of a man found with a head injury, lying in a ditch is sharing new details about this bizarre case. When 32-year-old Keith Keiffer was found in Amador County Wednesday, he had no idea who he was or where he was. Police are investigating the possibility he’s the victim of a serious crime in Sacramento, but are struggling to verify his story because he can’t remember many details. “As soon as I heard he was in the hospital, I said, ‘I knew it.’ I just had a gut fe...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, North Dakota, Cbs, Jackson, Keith, Minot North Dakota, Travis Air Force Base, Amador County, Keiffer, Anna Giles, Keith Keiffer, Auburn Airport


Invite Strategy in a Post-Church Culture – Episode 129 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Michael Lukaszewski on How to Equip People to Share Their Faith When Culture Calls It Taboo If you enjoy this episode, subscribe on your device for more:iTunes   RSS   Google Play  Stitcher   Spotify Here’s something we’ve been noticing: It seems like it’s actually become taboo, culturally-speaking, to share your faith. Have you noticed that, too? In 2019 research, Barna Group found that nearly half of practicing Christian Millennials feel it’s wrong to share their f...
Tags: Facebook, Religion, Atlanta, Indianapolis, North Dakota, Jesus, Listen, Anderson, Michael, Don, Tony, Sean, Barna Group, Jennie, Growing Strategies, Unstuck Group


Californian credit scores take nation’s second-largest jump

The average Californian’s credit score may be middle-of-the-pack nationally, but only one state had a bigger improvement as the economy rebounded during the last seven years. Credit watcher Experian’s annual report on national trends in “FICO” credit scores showed that last year’s California average of 708 was up two points in a year. That ranked 27th among the states. Credit scores reflect bill-paying abilities and are an important factor in how consumers obtain loans and what interest rates ar...
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