Friday Dec 6
After teacher's death, suspect's trial in doubt
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As oil floods North Dakota towns, crime pours in
Police officers apprehend a man outside a bar after a brawl on July 26, 2013, in Williston, N.D. The state has seen a rise in crime, automobile accidents and drug usage recently, due in part to the oil boom that has brought tens of thousands of jobs to the region, lowering state unemployment and bringing a surplus to the state budget.
The Miami Herald
U.S. expected soon to be crowned world's oil king
An oil-drilling boom in Montana and North Dakota has caused pumping jacks such as this one near Sidney, Montana, to be a common sight on the prairies.
Oneok gives $50,000 to NW Health and Wellness Center
By John D. Taylor Dick Vande Bossche, director of Oneok operations, traveled from Sidney, Mont., Thursday to present a $50,000 check from the gas pipeline company to the Crosby Blue Line Club, a help in its efforts in building Crosby's Northwest Health and Wellness Center.
Great Falls Tribune
Evaluation scheduled for man charged with murder
A mental evaluation has been scheduled for a Colorado man charged with killing an eastern Montana teacher in January 2012.