Category: News

Day 8 – Ohio Well Continues To Run

XTO Energy spokeswoman Karen Matusic said officials are still unsure what caused the Schnegg well near Captina Creek to explode one week ago. The company was in the process of finishing a fourth well on the Schnegg pad when the blast occurred. “The well has not been capped. They’re still working on clearing the area….

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Black Hills Treaties and Drills

Recent drilling talks in the Black Hills, have sparked additional outrage from many sides. Several concerned citizens, Prairie Hills Audobon Society and Tribal concerns were just part of the conversation in Pennington County this week. The concerns are enough to call for a special public meeting at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 13. If this past meeting…

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Sophia Wilansky Files Lawsuit For Evidence

According to reports, attorneys for 22-year-old Sophia Wilansky, of New York, filed the lawsuit Friday, alleging unlawful deprivation of property, lack of due process and unreasonable seizure. At 4am on November 21, 2016, Sophia Wilansky was on the Backwater Bridge during a protest. This is where Wilansky suffered a left arm injury in an explosion….

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