THE DIRT Fall garden cleanup
I had a request from my sister-in-law (hi, Tammy!) to do a blog entry about fall garden cleanup.
This is nice, because it gives me a topicfor a blog entry. This is ironic, because, although I can pro... Posted on 10/12/12 at 7:57 AM
STAFF BLOG SHOOTIN' THE WIT Oh, for the love of Cleanup Week!
Im sure youve noticed, but in case you havent, this week is Fargos Annual Holiday O Genius. If you dont know what Im referring to, feel free to stop reading this blog will be of zilch interest.
Ther... Posted on 5/9/12 at 7:19 AM
PAR-VENT-ING FREE stuff! And we're recycling too!!
As much as we parents love a good bargain like cheap fajitas, bargain lemonades and frugal feasts, even we can't get much better than FREE. Especially when we're talking free stuff for our children!
... Posted on 5/16/11 at 9:30 AM
United Methodist Women have announced the following events.
The Sakakawea District is sponsoring a cleanup day in Minot on Saturday. Those who would like to go will be meeting at the St. Paul’s United Methodist church at 7 a.m. There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board for those who would like to go.
Bonnie Lodden moved into her northwest Minot home from Michigan a week before the Souris River overtook her neighborhood.
Now she’s gutting the basement and main level — which took on more than 4 feet of murky, contaminated river water — to rebuild despite losing everything.
By Heidi Shaffer, Forum Communications Co.
, July 18, 2011
Several basements in Ellendale don’t smell so nice these days.
The city of 1,300’s sewer system backed up June 22 after the area received 7 inches of rain in three days, including about 3 1/2 inches in “one shot,” said Charles Russell, Dickey County emergency manager. Many county residents have water problems due to high water tables and an unusually wet season.
Pickups piled high Sunday and Monday with TVs, lawnmowers, bikes and other household items no one paid for — well, not their newest owners anyway.
Jamestown’s City-wide Clean-Up Week began with the first piles of “trash’ in the boulevards this weekend. But as any Jamestown resident knows, during this week, one neighbor’s trash is often another’s treasure.
Every year when the snow starts melting, the phone in Chris Wagner’s office starts ringing.
“I get a lot of calls about animal waste and clean-up,” said Wagner, community service officer for the Superior Police Department. As ice and snow melt away, piles of feces are left behind. In some yards, the waste takes over.
Forum Communications Co. Report
, April 13, 2011
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