IN THE BLACK Living Within Your Means
There may be circumstances that come up where it is necessary to take money from your emergency fund or borrow money but in most cases it is important to live within your means. If your financial c... Posted on 5/22/13 at 6:57 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Hong Kong: From Me to You
Okay. So after Macau last week, now it's time to jump over to the other side of the delta to see the other recently-handed-over, former Western colony in these parts:
It's a place weve al... Posted on 4/14/12 at 9:47 AM
NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE Smart Uses for Your Tax Refund
Whether your tax refund is $500 or $3,500, it can mean a real impact on your personal and financial well-being.Before you spend your refund on a flat-screen TV or an iPad, try to think through your ... Posted on 1/28/12 at 10:51 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND State releases results of oil cities' housing studies
UPDATED (You can find the Williston report today (Dec. 28) on the Jamestown Sun's website)
BISMARCKState officials hope a recently-completed study of housing needs in western North Dakotas oil countr... Posted on 12/27/10 at 6:34 PM
On April 2, a letter to the editor appeared in The Jamestown Sun written by Ellen Linderman, and in that letter she gave glowing praise to Sen. Byron Dorgan for voting against certain deregulations of “big investment banks and Wall Street gamblers.” Linderman said “most senators and congressmen can’t understand credit default swaps and all the other complex schemes of these financiers anyway.”
With the mayor voting against, the City Council’s Finance and Legal Committee approved $3,000 to help pay for an intern to work with the Community Connections Committee.
Mayor Clarice Liechty said the $3,000 in funding should come out of the Jamestown/ Stutsman Development Corp. operations budget. JSDC Chief Executive Officer Connie Ova said a Jamestown College intern is being hired to work with the committee on bringing city businesses and college students closer together.
Gov. John Hoeven has raised nearly $264,000 since Jan. 1 and has $1.2 million in cash on hand, his campaign reported Thursday.
Hoeven’s opponent, Sen. Tim Mathern, D-Fargo, raised $71,000 since Jan. 1 and has $82,000 on hand.
By Janell Cole, N.D. Capitol Bureau
, May 30, 2008
The Jamestown Public School Board approved a 12.38 percent raise for one employee at its Finance Committee meeting Wednesday.
Candy Windish, social worker at Jamestown High School, said her salary was inequitable to Kerrie Soulis, a social worker at the middle school, at the board’s regular meeting May 19.
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