Wednesday, October 29, 2008 — Kildeer Mountain Manufacturing / Don Hedger Honored

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NEWS from the N.D. Department of Human Services

600 E Boulevard Avenue, Bismarck ND 58505-0250

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 28, 2008

Contacts: Nancy McKenzie, Vocational Rehabilitation Division Director, 701-328-8983, or Harley D. Engelman, Rehabilitation Consulting & Services (RCS) Marketing and Business Relations Director, 701-471-0130 (cell), or 701-328-8957 (office).

State and Regional Employer of the Year recipients announced

Governor Hoeven presents disability-related awards

MINOT, N.D. – Governor John Hoeven and the North Dakota Department of Human Services announced today that Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing was named the North ...

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Tuesday, October 28 – Link to North Dakota Telephone Association Program in Minot on November 6

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http://www.ndta.net/2008%20Annual%20Meeting%20Program.pdf

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5
OPENING SESSION – Convention Center
1:00 pm Welcome and Opening Remarks
Louis Witte
President, North Dakota Telephone Association
Director, Consolidated Telcom, Dickinson, ND
Presiding Dave Dircks, General Manager/CEO
North Dakota T
elephone Company,
Devils Lake, ND
1:15 pm “Emerging Technologies for Our Generation”
Lynn Nelson
Director of Sales & Marketing
SRT Communications Inc.
Minot, ND
2:45 pm BREAK
Presiding Steve Lysne, CEO/General Manager
SR
T Communications, Inc., ...

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Monday, October 27, 2008 — The Minutes of the ND Legislative Budget Section Meeting

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NORTH DAKOTA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
Minutes of the
BUDGET SECTION
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Senate Chamber, State Capitol
Bismarck, North Dakota
Senator Ray Holmberg, Chairman, called the
meeting to order at 9:00 a.m.
Members present: Senators Ray Holmberg, Bill
Bowman, Randel Christmann, Tony Grindberg,
Ralph L. Kilzer, Aaron Krauter, Elroy N. Lindaas, Tim
Mathern, Carolyn Nelson, David O’Connell, Larry J.
Robinson, Tom Seymour, Harvey D. Tallackson;
Representatives Ole Aarsvold, Larry Bellew, ...

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Tuesday – October 14 ………………Senator Tom Seymour Given Legislative Technology Award

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WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE
Information Technology Council of North Dakota

The Information Technology Council of North Dakota (ITCND) represents nearly 100 IT-related software developers, telecommunications companies, Internet providers and content developers, systems integrators, educational institutions, state agencies and manufacturers across North Dakota.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2008 IT AWARD WINNERS

Outstanding Achievement in Business
Dakota Carrier Network – Bismarck and Fargo
Innovative Business User of Technology
...

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Monday – October 13, 2008 _________________Providing Aide to Those in Nursing or Assisted Living Homes in North Dakota

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Senator Seymour,

While there are general eligibility requirements for Medicaid in the North Dakota Century Code, due to the complexity of calculating all the possible income and asset criteria, the specific asset and income requirements are contained in the Department of Human Services’ administrative rules. Earlier this week I sent you information regarding disqualifying transfers and medical assistance (Medicaid) eligibility.

Here are the North Dakota Century Code sections regarding medicaid eligibility:

50-24.1-02.6. Medical assistance benefits – Eligibility criteria.

1. The ...

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Sunday — October 12, 2008 ———————Medicare Information

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Hello Everyone,

Please enjoy the information contained in this edition of Frontier Focus. Please be sure to share it with your members, colleagues, providers and office billing staff. Thank you for your continued efforts to broadcast Medicare information to the providers in Region VIII.

Table of Contents

1. New From the Medicare Learning Network

2. CMS Enhances Program Integrity Efforts to Fight Fraud, Waste and Abuse in Medicare

3. ...

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Saturday……October 11 —————————–Minutes — North Dakota Legislative Committee — Interim Budget and Finance Committee

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NORTH DAKOTA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
Minutes of the
BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Roughrider Room, State Capitol
Bismarck, North Dakota
Representative Al Carlson, Chairman, called the
meeting to order at 9:00 a.m.
Members present: Representatives Al Carlson,
Ole Aarsvold, Merle Boucher, Jeff Delzer, Bob
Skarphol, Ken Svedjan, Clark Williams; Senators
Randel Christmann, Tony Grindberg, Ray Holmberg,
Elroy N. Lindaas, David O’Connell, Larry J. Robinson,
Bob Stenehjem
Members absent: Representatives Rick Berg,
Bob Martinson
Others present: Jim W. Smith, ...

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October 10 —————————– North Dakota Petroleum News — Tom and Anita Seymour’s 37th Wedding Anniversary…….

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North Dakota Petroleum Council E-News

October 2008

New Members – Thanks to the new Petroleum Council members Aurora Land Services, LLC; Border Resources, Inc.; His Resources Engineering & Management, Inc.; Peak North Dakota, LLC; and XTO Energy. Also, thank you to our new supporting members Ronald Baranko and Wallwork Truck Center.

Upcoming Town Hall Meetings – As part of a Petroleum Council Good Neighbor Program, additional Oil and Gas Town Hall Meetings have been scheduled for November 11 & 12, 2008 in ...

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Thursday – October 9, 2008 — Governor Hoeven Announces Pre-School and Child Care Grants in North Dakota

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Hoeven proposes preschool aid, child care grants

By DALE WETZEL
Associated Press Writer

Gov. John Hoeven says he will ask the Legislature for $10 million in state aid for preschools, along with money for new child-care facilities and mandatory background checks for their employees.

The proposals are part of a $32 million plan laid out by the Republican governor Tuesday. It is intended to bolster state services for young children and the elderly. Hoeven ...

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Wednesday, October 8 —– 6 States Determine Election

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National Popular Vote
October 7, 2008

Only 6 States Matter in 2008 Presidential Election

Despite the fact that Americans are watching the presidential debates
in record numbers, only about six closely divided battleground states
matter in the 2008 presidential election.

This harsh political reality became clear last week when McCain’s
Michigan state director Al Ribeiro explained McCain’s abrupt cessation
of campaigning in Michigan:

“The campaign must decide where it can best utilize its limited
...

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Tuesday — October 7, 2008 —Effective Budget Tatics for Agency Budget Officials by Arvy Smith

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Effective Budget Tactics

for

Agency Budget Officials

by Arvy Smith

May 13, 2008
Table of Contents

Section Page
Introduction 2
Literature Review 3
Methods 7
Results and Discussion
Importance to Legislators 10
Rankings and Scores by Respondent Types 15
Comparison of Importance to Legislators and Agency Impact 27
Narrative Comments 31
Conclusion 32
References 35
Appendix
Cover Letter and Survey Document – Legislators 2
Cover Letter and Survey Document – Analysts 5
Cover Letter and Survey Document – Budget Officials 8

Acknowledgements
I would especially like ...

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Monday….October 6 …… www.thlaw.net/about.html — Case Law

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Home: www.thelaw.netAbout: http://www.thelaw.net/about.htmlCase Law: http://www.thelaw.net/caselaw.htmlSoftware: http://www.thelaw.net/software.htmlFAQs: http://www.thelaw.net/faqs.htmlReferences: http://www.thelaw.net/references.htmlSubscribe: https://fog.he.net/~lawnet/subscription_list.htmlRecently, a medical malpractice suit that was removed from Mercer County Pennsylvania Common Pleas Court to Federal court was sent back to Mercer County. Plaintiffs Sonual and Ruth Williams are represented in this litigation by Attorney Regis M. McClelland in connection with circumstances related to an alleged ill-advised knee replacement surgery.See, http://www.sharonherald.com/local/local_story_266152556.htmlUNANTICIPATED TIME AND EXPENSEHere’s a suit that ...

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