FEMA getting Rocky Boy started


The Federal Emergency Management Agency is back on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation, since the last visit in September.

This visit, though, is one man, Public Assistance Officer Charles Baird, staying for what he estimates should take about a week-and-a-half.

"We're picking up work on continuing issues of the disaster," Baird said. "Everyone is as focused and positive as when we left."

Baird has come up from the Denver office to help Rocky Boy get through the paperwork to get repairs started after this summer's flood that severely damaged the reservation's new health clinic and infrastruct...

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