STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Blow Ice
We have the traditional four seasons; summer, winter, fall and spring. We have what could be called a snow season, a thunderstorm season, a severe weather season and of course a growing season. But do... Posted on 2/25/11 at 9:37 AM
U.S. Forest Service officials mapping public roads in the Little Missouri National Grasslands have determined that most oil and gas roads are private, which could mean less public access than first thought.
For the past two years, Forest Service staff have used satellite technology to map all the roads on 1 million acres in western North Dakota as part of a nationwide mapping project for national forests and grasslands. Some of the roads actually are little more than paths used by hunters.
By Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press
September 28, 2009
County roads are called public roads because they are utilized by a diverse group of people. When was the last time you drove on a county road?
Dawn Olson, Jamestown
May 07, 2008
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