Hawaiian Brothers-in-law Achieve Dream By Opening New Restaurant In Williston

WILLISTON, N.D. – Hawaiian Mike Kim used to joke with his wife about moving to North Dakota to get some space from their families. “That just seemed like the most remote place you could possibly go,” Kim said. Little did he know that North Dakota would turn out to be his ideal location to open…
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Photo Blog: Scenes From A Boomtown

WILLISTON, N.D. – A lot of people are curious about what daily life is like in Williston during the oil boom. Here’s a peek at what I see every day in Williston. My apartment building is in a part of town that’s developing rapidly. Every day I see a new crane or new building project…
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Restaurant Boom Hitting Williston

WILLISTON, N.D. – The Williston Herald recently had a front-page headline about Wendy’s coming to town. At first I chuckled to myself that a new fast-food joint would be above the fold. But then I realized they were right to place it there. The lack of restaurants here is a complaint that comes up almost…
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Trooper Protects Oil Field Roads

  WILLISTON, N.D. – Trooper Neil Kent isn’t afraid to take on the heavyweights. Kent, stationed with the Highway Patrol’s Williston district, spends the bulk of his time monitoring the busy truck traffic and enforcing weight restrictions. His job is important to maintaining the state’s roads, which are designed to handle a certain amount of…
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NDSU Research Could Play Role In Oil Exploration

FARGO – North Dakota State University scientists are analyzing materials that could play a role in North Dakota oil and gas exploration. Scientists from NDSU’s Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering are analyzing 198 clay samples to determine their composition and suitability for use as a component in hydraulic fracturing. The clays show early promise…
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