STAFF BLOG THE CITY STREET BEAT City leaders, state legislators begin planning for next session
Grand Forks city leaders say they want to be more proactive when it comes to working with state legislators in the 2015 session.
They took the first step Thursday when members of the city's Legislati... Posted on 11/21/13 at 6:44 PM
HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Fall is coming! Button up Your Home for the Cooler Months!
The 90 degree days of summer will be coming to an end in the next week and a half. The Autumnal Equinox officially starts on September 22nd which means it is that time of year to get your home in or... Posted on 9/13/13 at 10:06 AM
NDAD INSIGHTS Who Escaped to the Lake in 2013? See for yourself
The 19th annual Escape to the Lake water recreation event for people with physical disabilities, held near Center, N.D., on June 15,gave more than 30 people -- children and adults -- a chance to water... Posted on 6/27/13 at 2:45 PM
In his column, Darrell Vanyo, chairman of the Flood Diversion Board of Authority, seeks the approval of Grand Forks and East Grand Forks for the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion. The commissioner needs to realize that the Red River flows north of Grand Forks through Walsh and Pembina counties in North Dakota and Marshall and Kittson counties in Minnesota.
With hope for federal support all but dried up, supporters of the Red River Valley Water Supply Project met with Gov. Jack Dalrymple here Wednesday to talk about ways to advance the project through state and local efforts.
A federal court hearing has been scheduled next month on whether the F-M Diversion Authority can intervene in a lawsuit by opponents of the planned Red River diversion around Fargo, N.D., and Moorhead, Minn. — neighboring cities that have battled major flooding in four of the last five years.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is ramping up its efforts to check for zebra mussels along the U.S. portion of the Red River after the recent finding of the invasive mollusks in Lake Winnipeg.
With full congressional approval in sight, the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion’s real battle can soon begin: for federal money. The U.S. House on Wednesday authorized the proposed $1.8 billion flood protection project, joining the Senate in approving the diversion and a handful of other water infrastructure projects across the nation.
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