A business instructor at Little Big Horn College in Montana wants to see a renaissance in the Mandan language and is doing his part to make it happen.
Forty-two homes on the Fort Berthold Reservation will be renovated and five will be replaced with $1.47 million in federal stimulus money that was announced Tuesday morning at the Fort Berthold Housing Authority.
Michelle Crows Heart has a simple philosophy in her job that has propelled her into a position of statewide prominence.
Oil impact grants have put Mountrail County’s political subdivisions in a catch 22 situation. The county’s share of a 5 percent oil and gas gross production tax has increased since the last biennium, however, the amount received is far less than what was requested.
New Town teachers, school board members and administrators now have to wait until the North Dakota Education Fact Finding Commission comes up with a report on salary impasse.
Three New Town teenagers have earned spots in the 61st annual National High School Finals Rodeo to be held later this month in Farmington, N.M.
New Town School Board members finalized a number of items this week during two meetings, including passing a budget and canvassing votes from a June 30 election. However, one of the most critical items is in seeking a second counselor for the high school.
United Blood Services was in New Town Thursday afternoon for a blood drive that 16 people signed up to donate blood.