NORTH DAKOTA COMMUNITY ACTION May is National Bicycle Safety Month!
May is National Bicycle Safety Month and here are a few tips for a better commute courtesy of The League of American Bicyclist.
1. Follow the Rules of the Road
Ride with traffic and obey the same ... Posted on 5/3/13 at 12:11 PM
FIRSTLINK FirstLink 2-1-1 Helpline needs your help!
PLEASE call your senator from your district, and ask them to support SB#2205. This would give $325,000 to help operate FirstLinks 24 hour Helpline in the next biennium.
Here are just some of ... Posted on 1/30/13 at 12:13 PM
THEATRE B Looking back, looking forward
I apologize for the time that has passed between posts. Blogs are only interesting if they keep people coming back for more, and while Theatre B always has something going on, some of them are hard to... Posted on 1/20/13 at 6:40 PM
Woman’s nonprofit provides cakes to needy children
MINNEAPOLIS – Veronica Descotte believes that all youngsters, no matter how dire their family situation, should be able to feel hopeful at least one day a year.
Jeff Strickler, McClatchy Newspapers
, January 08, 2012
FARGO – No child “wet” behind.
That’s the motto of The Diaper Drive, a regional nonprofit organization that recently opened a chapter in Fargo, thanks to the help of local coordinator Michelle Roeszler.
Moorhead nonprofit helps kids, families
Rainbow Bridge, a Moorhead nonprofit that provides safe child exchanges and supervised family visits, has struggled during the economic recession, but it is holding on and should continue to provide a service that is heavily used, according to an official who oversees the agency.
ND Health Department pushed for inclusion of embattled group
BISMARCK – A company that received a half-million-dollar grant to assess North Dakota’s emergency services was pushed by the state to subcontract some work to a nonprofit group that had previously broken open meetings laws and improperly used federal grant money on alcohol and bonuses.
A proposed sale intended to help the nonprofit behind horse racing in Fargo pay off about $200,000 in bills is drawing some criticism in the wake of a report detailing concerns with the group’s financial oversight.
BISMARCK – North Dakota is appealing a judge’s ruling in a dispute with a private wildlife preserve developer, saying the decision could open loopholes in a state law restricting corporate ownership of farmland.
By Dale Wetzel, Associated Press
, August 08, 2009
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