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On the show:#B4 WISSOTA Midwest Modified driver, Tim Berg and his son Jory. #43 WISSOTA Super Stock driver, Brian Bernotas, his son Dylan and crewman Mike Kern. Kid's Corner with Kendra Machart and #3... Posted on 1/14/12 at 6:00 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Job Service North Dakota official will testify before Congress
BISMARCK--The executive director of Job Service North Dakota is slated to testify before Congress this week.
Maren Daley will share her experiences working with North Dakotas reemployment efforts and... Posted on 10/5/11 at 9:34 AM
NASCAR DAD Rep Berg To Win Against Pomeroy
I have a research paper that lists over 300 reports. I gave this document to Pomeroy and he lied to get funding for a program, millions wasted by Pomeroy. This document will sink Pomeroy's boat !... Posted on 3/21/10 at 5:28 PM
National unemployment more than 8 percent, $15 trillion of national debt, continual increasing government regulations, higher taxes and higher spending … sounds like an economic recipe for financial disaster.
Chet Pollert, Carrington, N.D.
, September 13, 2012
Newly published U.S. House records show North Dakota Rep. Rick Berg spent almost $190,000 last year on official mailings that Democrats and a Republican rival have described as campaign flyers sent at taxpayer expense. The information is included in a report on House members’ office spending for O c t o b e r t h ro u g h December. The mailing costs are 15 percent of Berg’s $1.24 million office operating budget for last year.
BY DALE WETZEL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
, March 10, 2012
For 11 months, North Dakota Rep. Rick Berg has been on a mission to quash “overbearing regulations” coming from Washington, D.C.
But with little luck in the face of paralyzing partisanship, the freshman Republican ramped up his efforts Wednesday in announcing an agenda to reduce red tape and bureaucracy through legislative means.
By Kristen M. Daum, Forum Communications Co.
, December 08, 2011
Republican Rep. Rick Berg’s shared opponents in the 2012 U.S. Senate race are accusing the freshman representative of wasting taxpayer dollars on “slick campaign-style” mailers to North Dakota residents.
By Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, November 15, 2011
So Rep. Rick Berg, R-N.D., is coming back to North Dakota to tell us how evil government regulations are. This is the same guy who said we should drill for oil under the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
We’re not sure what to make of Rep. Rick Berg’s recent views on the Essential Air Service program.
“I support it. We need to encourage air service. If we’re going to grow jobs here in North Dakota and grow jobs in Jamestown, we need that connection,” Berg told an audience recently at a town hall meeting in Jamestown, where the Jamestown Regional Airport received more than $1.9 million last year to subsidize air travel to and from Minneapolis.
Congressman Rick Berg is meeting with tribal leaders from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe as well as local, state and federal leaders on Saturday to learn more about tribal programs and the needs of the tribe.
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