THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG How Old is Too Old?
Recently I was driving within the city limits with my 8 year old daughter. As I typically do, I travel about 35 miles per hour when the posted speed is 30 mph. Surprisingly I quickly approached the ... Posted on 5/21/13 at 11:37 AM
RENEW ND What to do about $4.00 gas?
Join the May Bike Month Challenge and ride your bike and burn calories instead of gas.
Congratulations Sharon Fowler! You win a cool new "Fargo" cap in the May Bike Month Challenge!
You can join... Posted on 5/17/13 at 6:33 AM
SMARTMOVEFARGOMOORHEAD: A BLOG BY THE GREATER FARGO/MOORHEAD ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION North Dakota sees more airlines, destinations and passenger connections
Airline travel in North Dakota is up more than 10% from last years record-breaking numbers. Williston currently leads the state in growth, boarding two and half times the number of passengers compar... Posted on 5/16/13 at 8:23 AM
MODERN-DAY JANE Every grease monkey's dream.
Today for lunch the family headed out to a new restaurant in town, Quaker Steak & Lube. It was Aaron's choice, because he likes buffalo wings, and this place is known for theirs.
Note: I did not t... Posted on 3/28/13 at 5:24 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Candidates for Worst Movie
Some of the folks on Facebook have some suggestions for the worst movies they've seen.
TB: The Sweetest Thing. "I normally like that genre, but it was drivel. Went nowhere."
ML: Anything with George ... Posted on 2/19/13 at 1:15 PM
Here is high praise for North Dakota State University students who are ready to assess themselves to build an $11 million aquatic center on the north Fargo campus. Not only is the initiative good news for the university, it’s also good news for the residents of Fargo and other nearby communities.
The Minnesota Senate voted in favor of workers’ rights. They chose to let the workers decide their employment futures. Because of the Senate’s vote, child care providers can make their own choice to unionize, and for that I thank those senators who voted “yes.”
It’s been a couple of very good months for the Fargo-Moorhead diversion project. The North Dakota Legislature appropriated sufficient funding for Fargo flood control projects, and signaled that state support for the diversion was solid.
Since the great recession, investors have been inundated with tips for turning losses into profit, ranging from gold to social media IPOs.
But through it all, a pretty obvious profit center garnered very few headlines, and now this “secret” soon could have public policy implications.
West Fargo stinks. OK, not the entire city. It’s the sewage treatment lagoons. The stench rising from the lagoons is a perennial spring insult to eyes, lungs and nose, but this spring, probably because spring was late, the smell wafting from the ponds has been especially noisome.
And in all probability, it’s unnecessary.
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