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By David Shaffer
Minneapolis Star Tribune
An oil-drilling boom has transformed parts of North Dakota turning grain storage into oil-drilling staging stations like this one near Trenton, North Dakota. (Kevin G. Hall/MCT)
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. (Kevin G. Hall/MCT)
An oil-drilling boom has transformed parts of North Dakota making natural gas flares at drilling operations like this one near Trenton, North Dakota, a common sight. (Kevin G. Hall/MCT)
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A pretty significant thing happened in the world of Ohio’s natural gas pricing recently.
Ray Incorvaia reached into a row of chairs behind him Saturday and held the hand of his wife, Dawn, just as an instructor told the class of hopeful archers that it didn’t really matter if their arrows struck a bull’s-eye.