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Boomtown: Where the Jobs Are (Bismarck, North Dakota) #1005272

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 19, 2011
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report on towns defying the economy introduced.

(Bismarck, North Dakota: David Muir) A visit to the modern boomtown of Bismarck, North Dakota, due to an oil boom and other reasons featured; scenes shown from the airport areas under construction and the St. Alexia hospital; details given about jobs available in the city and state and the housing boom. [Electrician Mark LUNA†- talks about a job.] [Engineer's wife Angela HRUBY†- comments.] [Mid Dakota Clinic Dr. Shannon BRADLEY†- talks about the baby boom here.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer, David Muir) The Bismarck boom discussed.

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