PRAIRIE BUSINESS MAGAZINE Don't forget daycares
Several reports out recently have declared that the number of young people in North Dakota (and the entire region) is relatively skyrocketing after decades of out-migration. Some of the attractants co... Posted on 10/25/13 at 1:48 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Continual (Solar-Powered) Economic Growth
Last Saturday I attended an event at the University of Minnesota showcasing professors and their research. Each gave a presentation and took questions from the audience. One spoke about depression eco... Posted on 2/28/13 at 10:25 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES: TRAVELS AND EXPERIENCES GATHERED OF A FORMER MINNESOTAN Happy Children’s Day
When was the last time you did something special for your child? Did you take him/her to the zoo to feed the animals, throw a party and invite his/her friends over, or made a special treat for him/her... Posted on 6/1/12 at 4:55 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
Secretary of state says he’s not sure whether requirements will apply to measures now being circulated
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s population increase during the past decade will require advocates of ballot initiatives to gather more petition signatures to get a statewide vote for their favored measures.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press
, December 23, 2010
MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota’s population grew just enough in the past decade for the state to retain its eight seats in the U.S. House for the next 10 years, according to the first data released from the 2010 Census.
Chris Williams, Associated Press
, December 22, 2010
WASHINGTON – Republican-leaning states will gain at least a half dozen House seats thanks to the 2010 census, which found the nation’s population growing more slowly than in past decades but still shifting to the South and West.
State Data Center at NDSU releases report based on census figures
GRAND FORKS – Grand Forks County, like other larger North Dakota counties, has seen more and more homes built in the past decade, yet U.S. Census Bureau estimates suggest they may be outpacing the number of people who would live in them.
Tu-Uyen Tran, Forum Communications Co.
, December 09, 2010
Of state’s foreign-born, about 56% not citizens
GRAND FORKS – The numbers of foreign-born residents of North Dakota remained fairly steady from 2008 to 2009, but new immigrants are rapidly substituting for older, according to estimates released this week by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Chuck Haga, Forum Communications Co.
, September 30, 2010
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