STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Bison Video Blog: New Year's Day Edition
New Year's Day has traditionally been a day dedicated to college football and today was no different in Fargo; especially after news circulated last night that starting middle linebacker Grant Olson w... Posted on 1/1/13 at 6:42 PM
TIME AT THE TABLE Volunteers Needed
This summer Time at the Table with the help of a USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant will be working with the Mitchell YWCA and the Salvation Army teaching our Kitchen Kids program. Classes occur on Tues... Posted on 7/1/12 at 8:44 AM
THE NEW FORTY Two paws up!
Partnerships - a combining of talents, energy, thoughts and efforts to accomplish a goal.
Simple concept...used everyday in a hundred different ways. Sometimes partnerships are created to meet our in... Posted on 12/3/11 at 12:26 PM
The Roosevelt-Custer Regional Council held a public hearing to gather input about the distribution of approximately $302,500 in grant funding.
The Community Development Block Grant will be available for Region 8, which covers Stark, Adams, Billings, Dunn, Golden Valley, Slope, Hettinger and Bowman counties.
In an era bursting with technology, some area rural residents are still without such luxuries, but after Consolidated Telecom officially announced its plans for federal funding during a presentation in Dickinson Wednesday morning, slow Internet speeds will be a thing of the past.
FARGO — Biomedical research in North Dakota will get a $15.9 million boost from the National Institutes of Health, funding that would be administered by the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University.
More law enforcement may be making its way to the area.
The Stark County Sheriff’s Department and Dickinson Police Department are applying for a federal grant which covers all wages and benefits for an officer’s first three years. In return, the agency must keep the positions for a fourth year and pay the wages and benefits for that year.
Health care providers across the country, and especially hospital officials in Richardton and Dickinson, are singing the praises of the U.S. Senate today after it overturned an earlier vote and passed a Medicare bill Wednesday afternoon that stopped billions of dollars in planned cuts for physician reimbursements.
According to a news release from Dickinson’s Safe Communities Coalition, the North Dakota Department of Transportation and the North Dakota Highway Patrol Department were recently awarded area law enforcement agencies additional grant dollars for officers enforcing seatbelt laws in May and June.
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