Mountrail County Record News

November 26, 2010

FBCC bring experts to speak

A full day of activities to promote community wealth and prosperity through agriculture took place in the final of four Growing Native Assets through Nature and Heritage conference held Friday in Fort Berthold Community College.

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Members of Dakota Resource Council are pointing to the second major reported spill in recent weeks as a reason why the contents of hydraulic fracturing fluid need to be disclosed.

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Three Affiliated Tribes public relations director Glenda Embry said the 42 people that were let go from tribal employment Nov. 3 were laid off and not terminated.

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After what seemed like a long process, the Parshall School Board narrowed its choices down to one candidate and made an offer.

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It seems like a contradiction with an increased population, but the Stanley driver’s license office is now closed.

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This year’s commemoration of Veteran’s Day is a reminder that many of our nation’s veterans are unemployed and require job training to find work. More than 15 percent of the low-income older adults served by Experience Works this year, in fact, are veterans of the armed services.

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Jasper Klein didn’t waste any time while he had the podium at the Parshall City Council meeting Tuesday morning.

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Despite being somewhat content with their own financial situations, North Dakotans are greatly concerned about the national economy and the country’s $1.3 trillion deficit.

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Jeff Zueger is concerned that an Environmental Protection Agency ruling two weeks ago to allow an additional 5 percent of ethanol in gasoline is going to confuse North Dakota motorists.

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On Tuesday Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara residents of the Fort Berthold Reservation will have the opportunity

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