Originally from New Mexico, Killough began his career writing freelance for a weekly magazine in Albuquerque while completing his undergraduate degree. In addition to reporting on uranium mining in western New Mexico, he spent three years reporting in western North Dakota during the height of the oil boom. He can be reached at email@example.com or 701-641-6603.
Motorcycle riders tend to have a pretty rough and rugged image, but biker organizations are often charitable members of the community.
Hundreds of kids in Campbell County have a good Christmas thanks to the ... Read More
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California recently decided straws were kind of like crack cocaine for the oceans. Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a statewide restriction on restaurants offering straws to customers w... Read More
As unemployment numbers in the state remain low and coal sees some stability, the state’s oil and gas industry is also experiencing a bit of a surge.
Drilling permits applications are way up, and the major pla... Read More
On a Friday afternoon, the first of June, thunderstorms rolled in as they often do in summer.
No one thought much of the storm as it developed; even Campbell County Emergency Management Coordinator David King,... Read More
Innovation in Automation is NOT Killing the Nation; Rather Enabling Creation
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How Politics & Logistics Could Prevent America's Biggest Wind Farm from Powering California
For a moment this year, the California legislature was gunning for a bill that would have required all retail ele... Read More