STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT WITH AGWEEK REPORTER JONATHAN KNUTSON 'This is who are are'
Generalizations are always risky, but a lifetime of experience has taught me that agriculturalists, on balance, aren't big science fiction fans. So I doubt most Agweekreaders remember the TV show "Mil... Posted on 2/28/14 at 12:58 PM
REPUBLIC INSIDER Drawing up Mitchell's wards
Dive in. Mitchell's population is headed to the lake.
There are four wards in the city and Ward 4, the one that surrounds Lake Mitchell, is growing, which means it needs to shrink. I'll explain.
The... Posted on 10/4/11 at 8:04 AM
THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D., Minn. make Letterman Top 10 list
North Dakota and Minnesota hadcameo appearances on David Letterman's Top 10 list last night.
The topic? "Top Ten Surprises In The 2010 Census."
North Dakota's mention came in No. 8: North Dakota is ... Posted on 12/22/10 at 10:02 AM
NIE ROCKS! Census 2010: It's all about us
Every ten years, a Portrait of America is taken by the U.S. Census Bureau. The following supplement about the census was produced by the NIE Institute. It provides a clear and detailed pict... Posted on 3/17/10 at 12:00 AM
THE CITY BEAT How N.D. can get two seats in the House
The other day, the City Beat had a funny discussion with one of the other reporters. We wondered: Wouldn't it be great if we could get another congressional representative? As in having two of them?
S... Posted on 1/19/10 at 11:52 AM
While high levels of energy production have driven explosive population growth in North Dakota, Colorado and Texas, it has not helped demographics in other top producers Pennsylvania and West Virginia, according to a Fitch Ratings report.
FARGO – Fresh out of college, Rebecca Marohn and Jessica Herd moved from their college towns to North Dakota this summer with new jobs at Microsoft in mind and some lingering doubts about living in Fargo.
ST. PAUL — The Metropolitan Council projects the Minneapolis-St. Paul area will have an additional 1 million people by 2040, with much of the growth concentrating in the core cities and inner-ring suburbs.
BISMARCK — For most of his career, North Dakota demographer Richard Rathge watched an extended jailbreak-like exodus of residents from the frigid and once forlorn state. North Dakota now is leading the nation in population growth and the number of residents in the state is at an all-time high, thanks to an oil bonanza in the western part of the state.
James MacPherson, Associated Press
, July 25, 2013
GRAND FORKS - Grand Forks experienced population growth in 2012 that is ahead of city planners’ predictions while East Grand Forks saw an unexpected drop, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s estimate.
Brandi Jewett, Forum News Service
, July 11, 2013
WASHINGTON — Living in a rural Nevada town, Moe Royels recalls a more bustling time years ago when retirees poured in to enjoy the warm desert climate, nearby casinos and quiet community. But soon boom turned to bust, and years after the recession ended, Royels still wonders if things will ever fully turn around in small towns like his.
GRAND FORKS - City leaders here plan to challenge the Census Bureau because they believe it’s wrong about the city’s population and, as a result, the city received less federal funding than it should have.
Brandi Jewett, Forum News Service
, March 11, 2013
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