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Date set for Infinity Wind public hearing

By Katherine Lymn , The Dickinson Press The North Dakota Public Service Commission will host a public hearing later this month for a proposed wind energy project on the border of Stark and Morton counties. The hearing will be held May 12 at 10 a.m. CDT at the Hebron Community Center. Infinity Wind Power will present the project there, and then commissioners ...

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North Dakota gets $3.3 million for abandoned mine reclamation

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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota is getting a $3.3 million federal grant for coal mine reclamation projects. The money is going to the North Dakota Public Service Commission, which has identified three projects that need reclamation in western North Dakota. One of the major projects is to remove a 3,500-foot long, 80-foot wall that was created through surface mining ...

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ND regulators to host pipeline safety training

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BISMARCK, N.D. — The North Dakota Public Service Commission is holding pipeline safety meetings to update operators on the latest state and federal regulations. The meetings are slated Wednesday and Thursday in Bismarck. Officials say more than 130 pipeline operators from the Dakotas and neighboring states will be attending. The PSC says registration has been closed “due to the great ...

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North Dakota Public Service Commission releases two from bond

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By Nick Smith The Falkirk Mining Co. will be released next month from its bond on two tracts of land in McLean County that have been in the reclamation process for more than two decades. The three-member North Dakota Public Service Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to release the company from bond on the tracts southwest of Underwood. Commissioner Randy Christmann outlined ...

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Basin Electric Power Cooperative proposes Killdeer Mountain powerlines

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BISMARCK — A power company is planning to build electrical transmission lines and a substation in the area of a historical 1864 battle between Army soldiers and American Indians in what is now western North Dakota. An alliance seeking to protect the environment and history of the Killdeer Mountains already is battling oil drilling there, and member Rob Sand calls ...

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