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Whatever spin one puts on the “North Dakota Open for Business” billboard in Moorhead, the reaction from some (certainly not all) residents of the city is immature and parochial.
I am writing to correct some of the glaring errors in The Forum “exclusive” last Sunday: “Higher Ed Board torn over Shirvani criticisms.” I’m providing just two examples of Forum statements, followed by the factual corrections. The story is full of similar errors caused by mischaracterization and cherry picking emails obtained in open records requests and using them out of context.
In his column dated May 19, Lloyd Omdahl tried to make the case that tax cuts to businesses and property owners who live out of state are a bad thing.
Last Friday evening (May 17) my two daughters along with the neighbor boys went around the block.
Way to go Fargo! I’m referring to the neat sign, “North Dakota Open for Business.”
In an effort to attract Minnesotans to North Dakota (and probably also to insult Minnesota), the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce has put up billboards in Minnesota that say “North Dakota Open for Business.”
After reading the articles and letters in The Forum from the Democrats in North Dakota complaining about one-party rule in North Dakota and not spending enough money, I thought I’d remind them we also have one-party rule in Minnesota.
I’m responding to the Saturday Forum article, “Miffed by Message,” about the billboard (east of Moorhead on I-94), “North Dakota Open for Business.”
Here’s a thought: Could growing enrollments and a new funding formula for state education aid create a future in which West Fargo and Fargo schools decide to build a joint high school opening around 2020?
North Dakota State University’s aquatic center sounds nice but expensive – $11 million is a lot of money for students who are already paying a high cost for their education.
As we become further removed from the final gavel of the 63rd legislative session, many of us across the state continue to debate the merits of its outcome.
Costco wasn’t denied the opportunity to enter into the Fargo market when similar retailers like Sam’s Club were already operating. Fast food chain locations do not appear to be restricted by proximity.
I truly appreciated Dave Olson’s column (May 16) about Ed Fortin. I, too, have fond memories of Fortin as my junior high physical education teacher and later driver’s education (behind-the-wheel) instructor.