Okay, you’ve got to admire entrepreneurship, but sometimes, people in any profession ought to just stick to doing what they do best, and not venture too far afield. Here’s the beginning of a story in The Dickinson Press Saturday: WILLISTON — A Williston-area truck driver has the solution for oil workers with nothing to do … Continue reading Party In The Patch–Yeeeehaaawwww!
WELCOME BACK, FRONTIER The news that Frontier Airlines is returning to Bismarck is good news, although maybe a little disconcerting for those of us whose ages begin with a 6, or 7, or 8. See, Frontier used to serve Bismarck when I was in the Navy, in the 1960’s, and I used to get home … Continue reading Weekenders
A little perspective on the stories in the papers recently about the State Land Board and the state's mineral leasing policies is in order, I think. There are more than a million acres of public land in western North Dakota’s oil patch. Most of them are owned by The People of the United States, and … Continue reading Highest And Best Use