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According to recent business surveys completed by the Red River Regional Council, the region will need upwards of 1,000 new employees in manufacturing, healthcare, education and small businesses over the next five years. The goal of the new initiative is to address this need by creating a marketing strategy to promote rural northeastern North Dakota as a quality place to live, work and play.
Questions have arisen about whether Christopher Thompson, who is charged with vehicular homicide, will take his seat on the Walsh County Commission in northeast North Dakota.
The forums will be held at the Grafton High School Performing Arts Center (1548 School Road, Grafton, ND 58237, Door 27), with the District 19 forum from 5:30 to 7 p.m., followed by the District 20 forum from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Some have waited years for an Honor Flight to take their generation to Washington, D.C. But even now, they say it's not about them.
The building housed Bill Sand's machine shop, where he made needle valves and other mechanical parts.
The 532 Hill Avenue project, led by the Red River Regional Council, will create a commercial kitchen and business incubator in Grafton, North Dakota, providing space and programming for budding entrepreneurs in the town.

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Based on the experience of a couple of other North Dakota school districts that “have had tremendous success hiring teachers from the Philippines, we followed that model,” Superintendent Terry Brenner said.
Ruth Shephard is only one of about 30 female World War II veterans still alive in North Dakota.
Longtime Grafton Spoilers head girls basketball coach Laurie Sieben has joined the Concordia Cobbers women's basketball program as an assistant coach.

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