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One dead in head-on crash in central Minnesota
Saudi government acknowledges Khashoggi was killed while visiting Saudi consulate
Commissioners call to see Stauber emails
Border tensions boil over as Trump's frustrations grow
Judge rules southwestern Minnesota county making unlawful immigrant arrests
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A brave new world of work
Cliffs CEO: analysts 'will have to commit suicide'
Duluth library wants in on medical district planning
Burger King’s new ‘Nightmare King’ burger will actually give you nightmares, scientists say
State jobless rate drops to 2.8 percent in September
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Brewers rip Ryu, force NLCS Game 7 vs. Dodgers
Postgame: Bulldogs again use second period to blow by opposition, this time Maine
College men's hockey: Richards gets first college goal in Bulldogs' beatdown of Maine
Junior hockey: Fanti, Wilderness calm Blizzard
Wild rally in third, top Stars
Ballet review: Homegrown choreographers shine in Minnesota Ballet season opener
Photo essay: Treats at the zoo
Sam Cook column: Whole-hearted help from across the ocean
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#MeToo stories of harassment compel local artists to rethink work
Jake & Ann Bok Happy 75th Anniversary!
Rodger & Eileen (Altonen) Mattson
Ronald & Shirley Nylund
Christian George Busche
Clarence S. Wojtkowiak
Steven Ray Martin
Rolanda Jean "Lana" Johnson
Candidate's View: Burley challenges Olson in Duluth's west -- 'Faith, family, freedom' more than a catchphrase
Candidate's View: Burley challenges Olson in Duluth's west -- Proud of what we've done; still more to do
Reader's View: Fr. Graham didn't deserve bishop's treatment
Reader's View: Library angel earned his wings
Local View: Firefighters given gear they need: Why a debate over equipping police?
New deer disease confirmed at Minnesota farm
Known deer disease EHD discovered in southeast Minnesota
Minnesota youth deer season gets underway Thursday
MN DNR Weekly Report for Oct. 15, 2018
Anglers and hunters share their BWCAW stories
Little Free Library founder dies, Wisconsin man believed books could make better neighborhoods
Make a Difference
Ask a Trooper: Vehicle height maximums and minimums
Vastly different congregations sharing a Lakeside building
Abortion rights group hosts bake-off
October 18, 2018
PUC holds hearings on natural gas plant
State regulators were in Duluth on Thursday weighing Minnesota Power's proposed $700 million natural-gas plant in Superior. Supporters and opponents...
October 18, 2018 - 4:52pm
October 17, 2018
PUC delays natural gas plant vote; Duluth hearings will go on
Regulators will no longer decide the fate of Minnesota Power's proposed $700 million natural-gas plant in Superior Thursday after a last-minute...
October 17, 2018 - 3:04pm
October 16, 2018
Reader's View: Say no to Superior natural gas plant
Natural gas is better for our environment than coal the same way light cigarettes are better for your health than regular cigarettes. However, this is precisely one of the arguments Minnesota Power makes to justify building a new power plant in Superior. Yes, natural gas releases...
October 16, 2018 - 7:44pm
October 15, 2018
Opponents speak out on Superior natural gas plant
Regulators could decide this week whether Minnesota Power can go ahead with its plans to build a $700 million natural-gas plant in Superior....
October 15, 2018 - 7:28pm
September 10, 2018
In Response: Nuclear is most efficient, environmentally friendliest energy option
The commentaries in the Aug. 18 News Tribune about "failing" wind and nuclear revealed how little the writers know about long-lived, 90 percent-efficient...
September 10, 2018 - 4:59pm
August 17, 2018
Should we bail out failing wind, nuclear energy producers? No: Spending millions to do so will send consumer bills soaring
It may seem that Americans don't agree on much these days, but just about everyone agrees that government intervention in electricity markets...
August 17, 2018 - 6:34pm
April 9, 2018
Cyberattack 'wake-up call' puts pipeline industry in hot seat
A cyberattack that U.S. natural gas pipeline owners weren't required to report has lawmakers taking a closer look at how the industry is handling...
April 9, 2018 - 11:13am
February 26, 2018
Local View: Spar over natural gas plant winding up: Plant is next step in Minnesota Power's renewables push
Nearly five years ago, Minnesota Power announced a transformation in how we produce and deliver electricity to our 144,000 residential and business...
February 26, 2018 - 9:07am
January 7, 2018
900-mile natural gas liquids pipeline proposed for Bakken
BISMARCK — Oneok recently announced plans for a 900-mile natural gas liquids pipeline that will accommodate increasing North Dakota production...
January 7, 2018 - 3:38pm
December 6, 2017
Small ND town loses natural gas on frigid day, night
TIOGA, N.D. -- All but 55 customers of Montana-Dakota Utilities customers in Tioga had their natural gas service restored by 3 p.m. Wednesday after a citywide outage the day before. Tioga is a city of about 1,600 residents in northwestern North Dakota, about 40 miles east of Williston....
December 6, 2017 - 9:39pm
May 24, 2014
BNSF exec sees ‘big opportunity’ in switch from diesel
BISMARCK — As a North Dakota company prepares to fire up the state’s first production facility for liquefied natural gas, the nation’s largest railroad is pursuing a switch from diesel-powered to LNG-powered locomotives, potentially opening up a major market for the product. “We’re...
May 24, 2014 - 8:10am
January 30, 2014
Right-of-way access may pose biggest delay in capturing gas
FARGO — A key to solving North Dakota’s chronic gas flaring problem will be to overcome landowner objections to allowing collection lines...
January 30, 2014 - 11:01pm
Company taking commitments for major natural gas pipeline through N.D.
BISMARCK — Commitments are now being accepted for a proposed $650 million pipeline that officials say would move the equivalent of 40 to 50...
January 30, 2014 - 5:36pm
January 24, 2014
Heitkamp highlights need to expand natural gas processing to limit flaring
WILLISTON — Sen.
January 24, 2014 - 11:50pm
December 19, 2013
18,000 miles of N.D. pipelines to come under state regulation
BISMARCK – About 18,000 miles of pipelines in North Dakota that previously had no oversight will now be regulated under rules approved Thursday by the North Dakota Industrial Commission. The requirements for pipelines are among new oil and gas regulations expected to take effect...
December 19, 2013 - 4:39pm