STAFF BLOG CITY STREET BEAT Grand Forks homebuilding nonprofit making progress on two homes
Those driving along the 200 block of Cottonwood Street in Grand Forks may notice some construction activity on what was once an empty lot.
The Grand Forks Community Land Trust is in the midst of buil... Posted on 10/29/13 at 3:52 PM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND steer clear of soggy fields & roads
Wet conditions over the past two weeks have delayed the fall harvest of row crops.
With most hunting seasons open, North Dakota hunters are reminded that hunting in unharvested crops is not a... Posted on 10/15/13 at 8:53 AM
THE DULLUM FILE No Man's Land
The conclusion of our No Man's Land series Friday on WDAZ News @5.... Posted on 2/20/13 at 6:50 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I love the change of seasons. I am a sucker for introspection and there is no better time to take stock than when one season hands the baton to the next. I will spend the f... Posted on 10/27/12 at 1:05 AM
Expansion of a CHS Inc. facility in Larimore, N.D., is causing a border dispute between a neighboring property owner and the company. The controversy centers on a piece of land on the southeast corner of the Larimore Municipal Airport and the use of a roadway running through the property.
he Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Area Flood Risk Management plan differs greatly from the Grand Forks and East Grand Forks flood-protection project. While Grand Forks and East Grand Forks used green space to solve most of their problems, the Fargo plan sacrifices rural areas in order to allow development where green space should be.
It takes years to develop a transmission line — and that’s before a shovel ever hits the ground. For Basin Electric’s proposed line in western North Dakota from the Antelope Valley Station near Beulah, N.D., to the Neset substation near Tioga, N.D., it’s been more than two years of work and due diligence.
I live in Israel. My son lives in the same community as I do, along with his wife and children. Four generations of us, including my elderly mother, moved to Israel seven years ago out of a desire to join in building a safe and thriving Jewish state on our ancient land.
Joanne Jackson Yelenik with Daniel Yelenik
, October 31, 2013
North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has been meeting with people behind the scenes to compile a list of what he calls “extraordinary places” that deserve protection from energy development and other impacts, drawing criticism from a former Democratic Party leader who believes the discussions should be held publicly.
Walking across a field Monday as oil pumpjacks bobbed in the distance against the blue sky, farmer David Larson searched the ground for signs of the barley that was reportedly planted earlier this year.
Northern Plains Nitrogen had planned to come to the Jobs Development Authority Monday with a request for a $250,000 loan to help buy 320 acres northwest of the city where the facility would be constructed. But a company representative said earlier Monday that they instead planned on funding the land purchase themselves.
The white supremacist trying to turn the tiny town of Leith into an all-white community has his sights set on another North Dakota town.
Craig Cobb has made offers on nine vacant lots in Regan, about 40 miles northeast of Bismarck.
A late summer heat wave that had temperatures approaching 90 degrees in southwest North Dakota on Thursday wasn’t enough to deter Les Fritz from participating in a wagon trail ride that crisscrossed the property where he raised his family.
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