STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Not business as usual at MnSCU, new chancellor warns
The new leader of Minnesotas 31-school higher education system told his bosses Tuesday that tough choices are ahead and predicted dramatic changes.
The greatest risk we face is the risk of business... Posted on 9/21/11 at 3:32 AM
KINDRED, N.D. - Between the beavers trying to cut down their mailbox, the fish swimming around their legs and the tractor rides through 5 feet of water, life near the flooding Sheyenne River is an adventure for the David Rostad family these days.
DAVENPORT, N.D. – A public meeting will be held at 7 p.m. today in the Community Center to discuss Davenport’s flood preparations.
The city is preparing for a flood from the Sheyenne River and Drain 34 breakouts.
Officials say towns south of Valley City should stay dry, but river breakouts are likely
KINDRED, N.D. – Cass County communities downstream from Valley City along the Sheyenne River are getting set for what record flows up north will mean in the coming week.
KINDRED, N.D. – Officials in southwestern Cass County will hold a public flood meeting Thursday evening to update residents on the anticipated impacts of increased discharges from the Baldhill Dam into the Sheyenne River.
Play’s dark themes offer actors a chance to tackle tough topics
Suicide. Divorce. Drug addiction. Bulimia.
It’s pretty heavy stuff for high school students to process. The topics take on even more weight before 7:30 in the morning, when the Kindred High School drama students are rehearsing “Fighting Demons,” an original play dealing with such serious topics.
A small group of Fargo and Cass County officials will meet today to discuss whether the city or county should seek voter approval for a half-percent sales tax to help pay for a Red River diversion around the metro area.
Davenport puts up emergency clay dike
KINDRED, N.D. – Despite the Sheyenne River standing a foot deep in her garage and her husband vacuuming water out of the basement, Nancy Anderson wasn’t frazzled Friday.
DAVENPORT, N.D. – Residents of this small Cass County city were told Thursday to prepare for overland flooding from the Sheyenne River that could be worse than what was seen in 1997 and potentially could turn some farmsteads into islands for up to three weeks.
DAVENPORT, N.D. - Cass County officials will host an informational flood meeting for city of Davenport and surrounding area at 5 p.m. today at the Davenport Community Center. With the influx of flood waters coming from Ransom and Richland counties spilling out from the Sheyenne River it is anticipated that this water will eventually reach Davenport and the surrounding farmsteads.
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