HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Why Is There Always Mold Growing In My Bathroom?
What is usually a windowless, warm, moist space in your home that tends to have mold or mildew growing in it? Thats right, its your bathroom. We want you to know that you are not alone on having a r... Posted on 11/27/13 at 2:34 PM
GREATER GRAND FORKS YOUNG PROFESSIONALS Home Improvement: Lighting Your Way to Savings
Shorter days mean less natural light to brighten up our homes and businesses. With a long and dark season ahead, its a good time to consider lighting improvements. While still more expensive than inca... Posted on 10/31/13 at 10:12 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Notebook: Klobuchar, 13 others push bipartisan shutdown relief
By Don Davis
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar rose to become one of the most sought-after political talking heads in recent weeks.
The Minnesota Democrat appeared on numerous cable television and radio news sh... Posted on 10/21/13 at 8:30 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS Letter to Dave
I am at home today, real home. My second home has been the cab of a
tractor/trailer hauling sugar beets the last few weeks but today the
fields do not contain trucks and harvesters but on... Posted on 10/19/13 at 6:31 AM
The return of below-freezing temperatures could mean the return of chilly drafts in homes. A new business in Grand Forks offers a way to eliminate drafts and other energy problems — and the profits go toward providing that same weatherization service to low-income people who can’t afford it.
A website designed to improve public access to information about oil spills and releases of other potentially harmful liquids in North Dakota will launch next week, barring any unforeseen issues, a state health official said Friday.
North Dakota’s largest processor of natural gas announced plans Tuesday to spend up to $390 million on a new processing plant in McKenzie County, a project the company’s president says will “considerably” reduce the amount of natural gas flared when combined with its other facilities.
About 500 barrels of crude oil spilled at a rail transfer facility near here, the North Dakota Department of Health said Tuesday.
A total of 477 barrels were contained and recovered. About 20 barrels escaped a secondary containment structure and reached the ground just outside the structure, the department said.
An oil company is reporting a spill of about 350 barrels of oil at the site of one of its wells in northwest North Dakota. The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources, Oil & Gas Division, said Tuesday it has been notified of an on-site oil release at a McKenzie County oil well.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Saturday boasted of the nation's progress in cutting dependence on foreign energy sources and lowering pollution levels, saying that the United States is now poised to control its own energy future.
Environmental regulators are likely to unveil rules on Friday dictating how much ethanol and other renewable fuels must be blended into the U.S. gasoline supply in 2014, following weeks of lobbying by the oil and biofuels industries, industry sources who have been briefed on the process said on Thursday.
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