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Business Expo looks to future development

Western North Dakota, and especially the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, is awash with oil money that, like the tides, flows into our communities and then flows back out of the state.

Posted 3/28/13 (Thu) read more »

Waste site opposed

Their voices rang loud and clear throughout the Ralph Wells Memorial Complex: “Get the hell out.”

Posted 3/21/13 (Thu) read more »

Students pinch pennies for good cause

We’ve always been told that a penny saved is a penny earned.

Posted 3/21/13 (Thu) read more »

Oil Companies unite to aid Boys and Girls Club

The Fort Berthold Boys and Girls Club maintains safe places for young people to do fun and educational activities in all six of the reservation’s segments.

Posted 3/14/13 (Thu) read more »

Good Iron makes Leap of Faith

Sometimes it takes a big first step to move on. Paul Good Iron took a step out of an airplane 13,000 feet above the ground in memory of his son, Cpl. Nathan J. Good Iron, who died in Afghanistan in 2006.

Posted 3/07/13 (Thu) read more »

Parshall to get its picture taken

Parshall, are you ready for your closeup? The Parshall City Council agreed to pay $15,800 for an aerial survey of the city this summer.

Posted 3/07/13 (Thu) read more »

Lawsuit challenges tribal leases

About two dozen members of the Three Affiliated Tribes gathered at the Scenic 23 on Feb. 21 to share their experiences with oil companies on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

Posted 2/28/13 (Thu) read more »

Dreamcatchers win Hand Game trophies

The sound of drums filled the cafeteria of the New Town High School on Saturday.

Posted 2/28/13 (Thu) read more »

FBCC President supports workforce development

Russell Mason, Jr., president of Fort Berthold Community College, testified in front of the North Dakota State Senate Appropriations Committee, chaired by Senator Ray Holmberg of Grand Forks in support of Senate Bill 2218.

Posted 2/21/13 (Thu) read more »

MHA Nation seeks to challenge census numbers

Indian Tribes have long believed the United States Census conducted every ten years by the U.S. Department of Commerce doesn’t produce an accurate count of Native American people.

Posted 2/21/13 (Thu) read more »