Mountrail County Record News

November 27, 2008

Judge orders new election

Three Affiliated Tribes chief judge Vance Gillette has determined a new election for a two-vote race in the Nov. 4 election is in the best interest of the voters.

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Sen.Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) met with Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Marcus Wells, Jr. and representatives of the Tribal Business Council Nov. 10 during the Great Plains Energy Expo and Showcase in Bismarck.

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Driven largely by oil production, communities in Mountrail County experienced substantial growth in taxable sales and purchases in the second quarter of 2008.

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Ron Ness made a strong pitch about the job market to high school students during his Town Hall meeting presentation in Parshall Wednesday morning.

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A pharmacy ownership law that has been in effect 45 years and has been described as outdated by large retailers, will most likely be debated when the 2009 Legislature goes into session in January.

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Not since John F. Kennedy was elected president in 1960 have voters been so energized about a presidential election, which will bring change to the White House come January.

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As crude oil prices continue to fall, people are beginning to wonder if we may be headed into another bust cycle such as western North Dakota experienced in the early 1980s.

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October 31, 2008

North West Link to

A group of people in Mountrail County concerned about a quality social life and keeping their communities thriving

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The Three Affiliated Tribes business council has upheld a Fort Berthold District Court order to hold a new primary election for a Mandaree representative to the business council.

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As Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., was describing the economic bailout plan to 20 community leaders in Stanley Thursday, he suddenly paused and stared at the floor for a few moments.

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