HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Top Home Trends for 2013
Outdoor living areas and screened in porches
Some homeowners have taken outdoor living and relaxing to new heights these days. A trend that has started to emerge with more force in the last five ye... Posted on 5/24/13 at 8:35 AM
THE NEW FORTY The speed of construction...
Dear readers, I need your assistance. I think I have observed a strange phenomenon this past week and I need to either get confirmation that my conclusion about this phenomenonis right on the money or... Posted on 10/9/12 at 9:38 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Mike Holmes
We'll chat with Mike Holmes, the host of HGTV's Holmes on Homes, this evening on WDAZ News @5.... Posted on 6/6/12 at 7:34 AM
SIGNS OF IMPROVEMENT Double-hung mythology
Andersen, a single window pane, looked out from his frame on the sixth day of construction, thankful to have found hisplace in the blueprint. He (a man window) let out amelancholycreak as the though... Posted on 5/5/12 at 11:14 PM
JIMMY JABBER Sidewalks are for everyone, now and later
The residents of Glenwood Street have drawn a line in the sand, gravel, rocks and cement.
And all the other ingredients that make up concrete.
Some dont want the green space in front of their homes re... Posted on 9/27/11 at 12:00 AM
A state Capitol facelift, college campus building projects and regional civic center upgrades got thrown in limbo Friday when the Minnesota House failed to muster enough votes for an $800 million construction bill.
The CEO of a group planning to build a $1.5 billion fertilizer manufacturing plant near Grand Forks said the venture is focusing on investment, engineering and its workforce in the early phases of the four-year project.
Officials plan to build a $33 million hotel on the United Tribes Technical College campus in Bismarck to provide a training opportunity for students and to help support the school governed by the five tribes in North Dakota.
This year's seemingly never-ending winter has slowed construction in Bismarck. Roxy Jacobson, executive director of the Bismarck-Mandan Homebuilders Association, says that residential construction is down 35 percent in Bismarck compared to this time last year.
A home-building company aiming to supply housing for western North Dakota's booming Bakken oil patch — where housing is lacking —wants to set up shop on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, where jobs are scarce.
Where I was raised, the term “tax loophole” had menacing connotations to working families and often to Main Street business owners. Certainly with all the talk of comprehensive tax reform, “loopholes” must be on the table for consideration at all levels of government.
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