Wednesday, November 27, 2013

As Challenging As Ever -- The Williston Wire

The Bakken boom began in North Dakota in 2007 (in Montana in 2000). Many thought things would slow down a bit, start to level off by this time, but now The Williston Wire has several stories suggesting things are not slowing down:

US Postal Service workers are "burning out" in the Bakken oil patch due to the tremendous work demands.

Former governor, now Senator Hoeven says "Williston will settle down."Wi

Williston mayor appoints panel on affordable housing.

"Can For Can" Challenge is being initiated by Whiting Oil and Gas and IVM Construction to compete in the Bakken to raise canned and non-perishable items for local food pantries.

Hertz Equipment Rental moves into spacious facility in Williston, a 12,720 square-foot building situated on a 5-acre lot in the Missouri Ridge Commercial Park.

Complete Nutrition opened in the new Sand Creek Town Centre.

This is great news: Gaffaney's Total Office Source re-opens after a fire five months ago.

New wellness center opens in Crosby (Divide County), North Dakota.

New middle school will open in Minot next week, December 2, 2013.

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