Communities in Bowman County are embracing a large influx of Hispanic people who have moved into the area, officials said Monday.
“We estimate there are probably about 80 Hispanic individuals that have moved to the community,” said Ashley Alderson, executive director of the Bowman County Development Corp.
A good friend says he’s not going to Arizona any time soon. He’s Hispanic. On his mother’s side, his roots are in Mexico. But five generations ago on his father’s side, his ancestors — two brothers — moved from Spain to South Texas and made an American life.
In an address to the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce last week, President Barack Obama revealed his plan for improving education in our nation. Along with health care and energy, education represents the so-called third leg of the stool upon which will rest a transformation of our country wrought during a time of extreme economic crisis.
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