BISMARCK — Even before the blizzards, even before the flooding, a quarter of North Dakota’s roads were in danger of falling apart and desperately in need of work costing hundreds of thousands of dollars, county officials said Wednesday.
South Heart School officials say things are more up to par since the school has a new security system and locks.
Nearly $3,000 was awarded through Stark County Emergency Management for classroom door locks in February, Riley Mattson, superintendent and elementary principal for South Heart School said.
A million-dollar pool of state money is now available for North Dakota livestock producers to tap into for watering their herds.
The state Water Commission approved the funds late Wednesday, following up on Gov. John Hoeven’s drought declaration last Friday.
May 15, 2008
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