MANNING — Dunn County has hired a former state senator at a cost of $50 per hour plus $25 per hour for travel, to assist with projects when needed.
George Nodland, 67, a one-term, rural Dickinson Republican state senator who represented District 36, was hired to assist the county in talks with the North Dakota Department of Transportation about using a 55,000-yard gravel pile in the Killdeer Mountains area for its county roads.
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Alan Fehr of Dickinson announced Friday he will seek the Republican endorsement for the District 36 state senate seat, according to a press release. Fehr is the first person from either party to state his intentions for the senate race in the district.
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