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Business is buzzing

Business is buzzing

Dave Huelsman is the scion of a beekeeping family, working in a honeybee “consolidation yard,” a corner of land near Wildrose owned by Tony Rivers, where a full semi-truck load of honeybees and their hives, recently returned from their work pollinating California almond groves and Washington state apple orchards, now await their next mission – pollinating Divide County crops and making honey.

Posted 6/02/15 (Tue) read more »

One coffee kiosk open in Crosby; second coffee stop soon coming

One coffee kiosk open in Crosby;  second coffee stop soon coming

Two new coffee kiosks are coming to Crosby, with one, Badlands Espresso, already opened and another scheduled to open at the end of June.

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Daycare plan on park land will not move forward

Daycare supporters learned Monday they should probably look elsewhere than city park ground as a potential place to site a new daycare facility for the city.

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Divide County tax equalization meeting is Tuesday, June 2

A decision on how the county will handle the Crosby City Council’s rejection of assessed property values for the third year in a row could come at a meeting June 2.

Posted 5/26/15 (Tue) read more »

Putting the ‘safe’ in hazardous oil waste

Putting the ‘safe’ in hazardous oil waste

Rick Chaffee is Secure Energy’s Facility Manager for Processing, Recovery and Disposal at its Crosby saltwater disposal facility. Chaffee is understatedly proud of the facility’s ability to take what is basically a hazardous oilfield waste and deal with it in a rational, controlled way, keeping people safe, yet furthering the development of the Bakken’s job-producing oil resources.

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