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Contractors for some jobs are hard to find and more expensive in Minnesota. That's because they can find more work to the west, where the booming oil industry is fueling fast-paced growth.
Police say the oil rush is luring a rough-and-tumble element that sometimes threatens to overcome the law. Some bars in Williston, N.D. are getting rough, and police there are tapping Minnesota academies to find enough officers. And without a place to stay, many of the recruits are sleeping on colleagues' couches.
A new law being discussed would make it illegal to live in an RV within the city of Williston. However, housing is a major issue throughout western North Dakota because of a surge of temporary workers in the oil rich area. The Fargo Forum reports there are up to 400 campers throughout the community that would be in violation of the proposed city ordinance.
North Dakota's oil boom is fueling demand for more air travel. Delta Air Lines is adding two nonstop daily flights between the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Williston, N.D., starting in November, the Fargo Forum reports.
The oil rush has many Minnesotans heading west in search of big paychecks.
The state is on track to overtake California and Alaska in oil production. It would trail only Texas. The state now pumps out about 444,000 barrels a day.
Men who work in North Dakota's oil patch are turning to advertising in the Twin Cities in hopes of relieving a shortage of women. A three-day singles dance called "Party in the Patch" is planned for Memorial Day weekend. Tickets are $150 for men, $20 for women.
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