STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Today's Ask Your Government
I briefly ran out of your questions, so I asked a question of my own this week. Ill return to your questions soon, now that I have several again.
With the recent interest in presidents... Posted on 9/4/11 at 5:25 AM
Before voting this fall on the animal cruelty ballot initiative, I urge Herald readers to please consider the impact their vote could have on the passage of a more comprehensive solution for all animals in North Dakota.
North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring is calling on gardeners and produce growers to help feed the hungry. Goehring says the goal for the Hunger Free North Dakota Garden Project this year is 500,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and representatives of the North Dakota Trade Office will lead the delegation overseas March 19-28. The group will include representatives from the pea, lentil, soybean, flax and flour industries, commercial companies and investment groups.
Aides from delegation hear views Crop insurance, research and export promotion should be among the top priorities in the next federal farm bill, say spokesmen for North Dakota agricultural groups, who are bracing for cuts in federal spending.
North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring is urging livestock producers, especially those with animals in or near flood-prone areas, to make sure that they have plans in place for sheltering and feeding the animals, according to a news release Tuesday.
If June estimates stick, North Dakota farmers will have planted about 100,000 acres more of flax seed this year over 2009 and state Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring only expects to see an increase next year.
The Grand Forks Express Employment Professionals office, 2650 32nd Ave. S., recently launched a medical division. Express now is providing licensed health care professionals to local medical facilities.
N.D. GOP candidates to launch bus tour
North Dakota’s statewide Republican candidates will soon launch a “Victory in November” bus tour that will bring them to cities across the state, including Grand Forks, in the final days of the campaign season.
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