Tait Salzer has been working on a drilling rig for less than a year. Still, he says the guys he works with are family.
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“It’s like a creature that’s let loose and they are trying to get control of it.”
“I wanted a fresh start so I came to North Dakota.”
“The beers were on the verge of becoming whiskeys.”
Everywhere she went, men hit on her. So Nathina St. Pierre took action.
Beth Hafele has a police scanner and a clear view of Williston’s growth.
What’s it like to work on a drilling rig? Tait knows.