Some Anxiety, But No Slowdown For North Dakota Oil Boom Town

National Public Radio: Low oil prices are causing a drop in new drilling and exploration in North Dakota, but not as much as you might expect. Take the boom town of Watford City, over in the northwestern corner of the state and in the heart of the Bakken oil patch. Its population has tripled since 2010, and today, continues to climb. A massive oil boom is dramatically transforming North Dakota's western plains. When I visited a year ago for our series on the Great Plains Oil Rush, the price of oil was above $100......

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