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A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com
A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com
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A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com
A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com
A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com

http://mobile.businessweek.com/ar…/2012-11-08/badlands-crude Landowners, please read through very carefully...

A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com

http://mobile.businessweek.com/ar…/2012-11-08/badlands-crude Landowners, please read through very carefully...

A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com

http://mobile.businessweek.com/ar…/2012-11-08/badlands-crude Landowners, please read through very carefully...

A North Dakota Indian reservation has struck oil, taking in more than $500 million in revenue since 2008. So what's the problem?
businessweek.com

We are in support of the Supreme Court appeal of the Cobell Settlement. The government has not performed an accounting as the Court of Appeals directed.

Landowners meeting at the New Town Civic Center on September 7, 2011 at 6:00 pm...be there or be square

Friends of FBLA, share this page with your friends!

Stay posted for pictures showing proof of faulty piping that causes production to shut down!

Without OSHA, mineral owners lose money!

Next Land Owners meeting will be on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. inside the New Town Civic Center. The Bureau of Land Management will be there to discuss current issues and answer questions! See you there!

Be sure to check back later for our upcoming Land Owners Association meeting!