STAFF BLOG DIGGING DEEPER Property tax decreases predicted in Grand Forks
Preliminary calculations from the Grand Forks County auditors office are forecasting a decrease in property taxes this year for Grand Forks city residents.
If a propertys value stays the same, its ow... Posted on 10/28/13 at 8:34 PM
EH? PLUS Break bread, break down election
The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce and the Duluth News Tribune sponsor a forum for the eight Duluth School Board candidates Thursday.
From 8-9:30 a.m. at Valentinis Vicino Lago, 1400 London Road, ca... Posted on 9/16/13 at 11:00 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Let's Keep Moving Forward
Primary elections are coming up on September 10 for Duluth City Council and Duluth School Board positions and it is my hope the residents of this city will elect people to keep the city moving forward... Posted on 8/9/13 at 11:03 PM
A bank executive, a parole officer, a payroll expert and a nurse are seeking a place on the Grand Forks School Board. Some said they just want to be part of the team. Some said they wanted to improve the board, making it more open and responsive to the public. One, Doug Carpenter, has even been an open critic current board members.
Jennifer Johnson and Tu-Uyen Tran
, October 20, 2013
Tim Lamb likely didn’t make any friends among his fellow members of the Grand Forks School Board when he asked whether a lunch involving veteran and newly elected board members would violate North Dakota’s open meetings law.
From tweeting to friending, Fargo school officials are adding social media lingo to their vocabulary. But while sites such as Twitter and Facebook may be effective for school districts to communicate to the public, it can open up new issues and potential problems.
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