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Topic - Heidi Heitkamp
President Barack Obama's energy policies lack "consistency." His rhetoric may be all-of-the-above but that is "not what we see."
The fire chief of an eastern North Dakota town said Tuesday that "about everything went right" with his force's response to a fiery train derailment because they had properly planned for disasters.
U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp says a recently introduced bill to help preserve Native American languages would benefit at least three tribes in North Dakota.
Farm commodity rail shipments are running nearly three weeks behind in North Dakota, but BNSF Railway Co. has promised to get caught up before summer, the state's U.S. senators said Wednesday.
The Army Corps of Engineers announced plans Tuesday to fund the final $6.3 million needed to complete the planning, engineering and design phase for the Red River diversion project.
U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp met Saturday with leaders of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa to identify strategies to improve the housing conditions in the reservation and address law enforcement concerns.
The Environmental Protection Agency's administrator will visit North Dakota to get a firsthand look at the state's booming energy industry and environmental issues.
Federal railroad inspectors found more than 13,000 track defects on BNSF Railway Co. lines in North Dakota since 2006, and have written 721 violations against the company since 2006, a federal rail safety agency said in a letter released Wednesday.
An engineer in training with BNSF Railway has been praised on the U.S. Senate floor for his actions following the derailment of an oil train on the outskirts of Casselton.
North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp said Monday that last week's passage of the farm bill means she can turn her focus to expanding American agriculture trade, which she began with a weekend trip to Cuba.
The legislative fight in Washington over the nation's new farm bill may be over, but North Dakota lawmakers say their work on it is hardly done.
Members of North Dakota's congressional delegation say President Barack Obama needs to work with Congress to move the country forward.
Federal Transportation Department officials have agreed to announce Essential Air Service contracts for North Dakota communities this week, and to possibly speed up transitions for Devils Lake and Jamestown, where air service is threatened, U.S. Sens. John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp say.
With a deadline for comments approaching, North Dakota's congressional delegation is pressing the Obama administration to reverse course on proposed changes that would significantly reduce the amount of ethanol in the country's fuel supply.
The explosive derailment of an oil train near Casselton last month has North Dakota's senators pushing harder than ever for expanded oil pipelines.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp says the delay will hurt federal agencies, and construction and energy industries.
She said she'll keep pressing for a firm timeline from the White House, but "because of this latest delay tactic by the Administration, I'll continue to seriously consider other available options for approval."