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Mr. Fred Fox

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Phone: (701) ***-****  
Email: f***@***.com
Local Address:  North Dakota , United States
MHA Nation
404 Frontage Road
New Town , North Dakota 58763
United States

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Representative
    White Shield East Segment Council
  • Board of Governors Member
    Cumberland Jr B Hockey Club


  • Master's Degree
    University of Mary
  • Bachelor's Degree
    Minot State University
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More than dollars, oil drilling has ..., 17 Dec 2013 [cached]
More than dollars, oil drilling has brought hope, jobs and business opportunities to long-impoverished tribal members who have struggled for more than a century on the million-acre reservation, said Fred Fox, vice chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes.
"God gave us opportunity," Fox said.
Fox said oil revenue has helped supplement federal dollars for housing, law enforcement, medical facilities and infrastructure.
"Right now, we're catching up and making huge strides," Fox said.
The tribe has built more than 100 homes for its members in the past year, and has made progress in building roads medical facilities and water systems, Fox said. The tribe also has set aside about $250 million in trust and savings accounts.
"We never imagined anything like this would ever happen," Fox said.
MHA Nation - Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara, 29 Sept 2012 [cached]
Fred Fox sworn in as Tribal Council Representative for White Shield District MHA Nation - Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara
Fred Fox was declared the winner in the White Shield district. He received the majority of the votes cast, or 52 percent. Fox received 167 votes. He replaces Frank Whitecalfe, who resigned late last week to care for his ailing wife, according to tribal officials. Whitecalfe's term ends Nov. 6 and Fox will serve out his term of office, then begin his regular term Nov. 6.
Fox has been the administrator of the tribal Energy Department.
Fred Fox, left, is administered the oath of office by his brother Wayne Fox, right, as the Three Affiliated Tribes' business council representative for the White Shield district.
Fred Fox replaces Whitecalfe on the council.
Chairman Tex Hall and Council Representative Mervin Packineau of Parshall/Lucky Mound watch as newly sworn in Council Representative Fred Fox is honored with Pendleton blankets and a Warbonnet by Dancing Eagle Perkins.
MHA Nation - Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara [cached]
Fred Fox MHA Nation - Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara
Fred Fox is a member of the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Tribe from the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota. Mr. Fox was elected by majority rule in 2012 to the White Shield East Segment Council Representative for the Three Affiliated Tribes. Mr. Fox is the Vice-Chairman of the Executive Committee and the Chairman of the Natural Resource Committee. Mr. Fox had been the previous Administrator of the Three Affiliated Tribes Energy Department since the creation of the department in 2008. His previous work experience includes the Natural Resource Administrator and the Water Resource Director for the Three Affiliated Tribe before taking the position at the Energy Department. Fred is a Veteran of the United States Navy and received his Bachelor's Degree from the Minot State University and his Master's Degree from the University of Mary.
Administration, Staff & Departments Title Email
Fred Fox
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MHA Nation - Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara, 24 Aug 2012 [cached]
The information was provided this week by Fred Fox, administrator of the Three Affiliated Tribes' Energy Department.
NEW TOWN -The first oil well in the Bakken Formation on Fort Berthold Reservation was drilled in April 2008, said Fred Fox, administrator of the Three Affiliated Tribes' Energy Department.
Today, the reservation is in the heart of the oil and gas development in western North Dakota.
Here's the number of rigs actively operating on the reservation as of Tuesday, Aug. 21, by segments or areas of the reservation. Fox provided the information.
Fred Fox Division ..., 28 Feb 2011 [cached]
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