What goes up, must come down. What is good for some, hurts others. North Dakota has been riding a high since the resurgence of the oil boom. Now with lower fuel prices, the state and some communities face uncertainty.
Over Memorial Day weekend, a tornado swept through McKenzie County for only the fourteenth time in over six decades. While no one was killed, nine people were injured and 15 trailers were destroyed in a temporary camp set up by workers in the state's largest oil-producing county.
Fortunately, thanks to new ordinances pushed through by local officials, the location of the "man camp" was k