On the surface, North Dakota doesn't seem like a state full of risk-takers. It's conservative, faith and family-oriented. Yet many of the state's residents are constantly making big bets on how much money they're going to make next year, or whether they're going to have a job in a few months. That's because the state economy is dominated by commodities – raw goods like crude oil, cattle or wheat – which have all fallen 34 percent, 30 percent and 16 percent respectively in the past year. The entire state is feeling the effect, but residents of small towns like Killdeer are on the front lines.