A $250,000 funding request back in August to the Stanley Rural Fire District has some people wondering why the other fire departments in the county weren’t notified of the fund or its budget.
A series of weak controls led to several inconsistencies in the accounting of the Parshall School District, says an accountant who investigated the issues.
Chairman Marcus Levings of the Three Affiliated Tribes was elected by tribal leaders from across the Great Plains Wednesday to serve as the regional vice president of the National Congress of American Indians and Dr. David Gipp, president of the United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck, was elected to serve as the Great Plains Region alternate to Levings.
A groundbreaking ceremony of the Parshall-Three Affiliated Tribes regional water supply project Saturday afternoon is an important investment that will provide clean water and help the local economy.
The first doses of H1N1 vaccine should be arriving in northwestern North Dakota within the next few days, however, priority groups will be the first to get the shots, according to Daphne Clark, public information officer for the Upper Missouri District Health Unit in Williston.
A proposed Parshall Elementary School expansion that would cost at least $5 million didn’t get a lot of support during a public meeting held Tuesday night.
Nobody ever said the federal government wasn’t thorough.
A group of more than 20 volunteers examined approximately 1,000 people for proper eye sight during a two-day stop on the Fort Berthold Reservation Sept. 17.
When you talk to Canadians about the tar sands of northern Alberta, many of them will tell you that quite a lot of what you hear is exaggeration. But, there are some legitimate concerns that have plenty of the locals worried about the Canadian environment and their neighbors in North Dakota.