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
RURAL REFLECTIONS Historical Nostalgia
The recent public forum on use of the Thief River Fall, Minnesotaauditorium and the Old Arena have made me a little nostalgic for some history. I can see both sides to this subject in that I l... Posted on 8/3/13 at 6:17 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA Health center superheroes use MediQHome to help patients
By Ryan Schuster
A group of superheroes have helped Robin Dyke improve her health. No, really.
The super-human doctors and staff members at Coal Country Community Health Center in western North Dako... Posted on 5/10/13 at 3:35 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Nursing homes say they need more money than bill includes
By Danielle Killey
Jon Riewer said his organization faces funding shortages, losing employees and struggling to provide care to the elderly and disabled.
At this point I would classify our situation a... Posted on 4/22/13 at 11:50 AM
MS. SIMPLICITY Junk That Junk Drawer
Today's challenge has to do with those elusive junk drawers. We all have them, some may have more than others. They are the drawer where things get thrown when you don't know where something goes. But... Posted on 3/28/13 at 10:25 PM
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.
Only 79 homes have been acquired by Cass county since the record flood of 2009, when the Red River crested at 40.84 feet. Meanwhile, the cities of Fargo and Moorhead, Minn., have been gobbling up homes in the floodplain since that flood of record.
Programs in Minot to rehab or reconstruct flood-damaged properties are focusing on elderly and disabled people who are still living in temporary housing provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A snapshot of the Grand Forks housing market revealed the city is nearing the tipping point of becoming unaffordable, according to research presented at a Wednesday meeting of the city’s housing study group.
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