When the Pondera Regional Port Authority called on Conrad teacher Dan Brown with a question regarding some assistance with modifications to a floor plan, neither knew what they were getting into.
The Port Authority was in the beginning stages of their newest home construction project that is a part of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program.
Valier native, Lt. Col. Brian Weisgram, has received the highest recognition for professional excellence in the Army Medical Department.
Weisgram entered the Army as a three-year ROTC scholarship recipient and attained a Bachelors Degree in Nursing from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., and a Masters in Nursing from the University of Colorado Health Science Center.
Lynn Utterback, the former District 10 (Conrad) Superintendent of Schools, was hired on Wednesday as a contracted Superintendent of Schools. He will be responsible for the County Superintendent of Schools’ duties that require a teacher’s certificate to complete.
The contact will terminate on June 30, 2015. He will be compensated $1,150 per month, plus travel expenses.
The contract is pending approval of Mary Ann Ries, county attorney. In an earlier story, it was reported that the treasurer would receive $3,500, which was the amount on the resolution that passed. The treasurer will actually receive $1,500 for non-certified duties.