STAFF BLOG DIGGING DEEPER Grand Forks could lessen burden posed by special assessments
"Nobody likes special assessments."
It's a phrase I've heard over and over and one that made it into the street maintenance story I posted today.
While researching that story, I remembered something... Posted on 12/12/13 at 1:58 PM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Larry the Neighbor Guy – a master of all trades!
The timing was perfect. As I walked across our backyards in search of Larry the Neighbor Guy, he came out of his garage.
Help, I said as I approached him. I am becoming my mother.
In my hand was somet... Posted on 3/23/12 at 1:27 PM
THE NEW FORTY Brittany is the new Ryan.
Cheyenne is in love. Ah yes - young love - there is nothing quite like it. There is an obliviousness to young love. It allows one to overlook so much.
The object of Cheyenne's affection...well, it is... Posted on 2/22/12 at 7:08 PM
HIGHLIGHT OF MY DAY Bamboo skewers? Yeah!
I'm a sucker for a bargain, so when I saw bamboo skewers on sale at Walmart for 75 cents, I couldn't resist. It was well past the season for barbecue, but I just knew when I saw them that I'd find a u... Posted on 12/20/11 at 9:40 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Aubrey is Two!
Saturday was Aubrey's birthday party. Aubrey is two and she is one of my great nieces..she lives next door. She is not making any consonant sounds yet only vowels..but she can squeal pretty loudly at ... Posted on 5/17/10 at 4:32 AM
North Dakota Highway 66 in Crystal, N.D., will be closed to through traffic between state Highway 32 and state Highway 18, beginning Sept. 11, to make repairs to railroad crossings along the Dakota Northern Railroad line.
In a garage along the busy street of North Washington Street in Grand Forks, Larry Mendivil Jr. is working on miracles. An Air Force veteran of nearly seven years, Mendivil came back from eight deployments in the Middle East in 2007 looking to make a difference in the lives of his comrades.
Motorists in central and south central North Dakota should expect short delays of up to 20 minutes over the coming weeks due to crews repairing downed power lines. The North Dakota Highway Patrol will be directing traffic on the affected roadways. Motorists are asked to use caution when coming upon these work sites.
The Jamestown Sun
, April 07, 2010
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