BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Health center superheroes use MediQHome to help patients
By Ryan Schuster
A group of superheroes have helped Robin Dyke improve her health. No, really.
The super-human doctors and staff members at Coal Country Community Health Center in western North Dako... Posted on 5/10/13 at 4:35 PM
MS. SIMPLICITY Junk That Junk Drawer
Today's challenge has to do with those elusive junk drawers. We all have them, some may have more than others. They are the drawer where things get thrown when you don't know where something goes. But... Posted on 3/28/13 at 11:25 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Hate Christmas? What?
Yesterday afternoon, my daughter and the other Chamber Singers from Fridley High School performed at Catholic Elder Care, a nursing home in Northeast Minneapolis. The group of twelve-ish students dres... Posted on 12/14/11 at 7:30 AM
The Fall Parade of Homes, Sept. 27-30 in Bismarck-Mandan, is the place to see new home design trends in person and meet the builders. It will include homes covering varying price points and design styles.
The Yard of the Week program is starting for the summer. The program, sponsored by the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce, runs through Oct. 1.
The Yard of the Week program recognizes those within the community who take pride in the appearance of their yard and do their part to beautify the community. Yards will be selected each week from nominations received.
WEST FARGO — It seems too good to be true, a three-bedroom rental home with a price tag of $800 a month.
And, according to Kristi Hardi, director of Park Co. Realtors, it is.
For the past few years, the listings for Park Co. Realtors have been part of a Craig’s List rentals scam that originates from various locations.
By Danielle Cintron, Forum Communications Co.
, July 28, 2011
Grand Forks County, like other larger North Dakota counties, has seen more and more homes built in the past decade, yet U.S. Census Bureau estimates suggest that they may be outpacing the number of people that would live in them.
By Tu-Uyen Tran , Forum Communications Co.
, December 09, 2010
NEW YORK — Stocks fell for a fourth day after another disappointing report on housing deepened worries that the economic recovery could be fading. Bond yields fell as investors sought out more stable investments.
By Stephen Bernard, The Associated Press
, August 25, 2010
FARGO — Fargo residents will have to foot a bill of more than $5,000 to keep weeds and grass under control on foreclosed and neglected properties.
And while the cities of Moorhead and West Fargo also will end up shelling out thousands of dollars to mow overgrown lawns this summer, both cities tack the bill onto the owner’s property taxes, meaning the average taxpayer isn’t burdened by it.
By Andi Murphy , Forum Communications Co.
, August 03, 2010
WASHINGTON — A flurry of strong earnings reports renewed Wall Street’s optimism in the economic recovery, even as new data Thursday showed home sales sinking and claims for unemployment benefits rising.
Sales of previously occupied homes fell 5.1 percent in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.37 million, the National Association of Realtors said.
By Alan Zibel, The Associated Press
, July 23, 2010
OMAHA, Neb. — Midwest home sales remained strong in May because the expiring tax credits helped drive sales nearly 22 percent higher than last year, according to data released Tuesday by the National Association of Realtors.
By Josh Funk, The Associated Press
, June 23, 2010
The economy is improving, with home sales up, jobless claims down and inflation tame. Yet there are concerns the economic rebound won’t get much juice from the housing market, which is being fueled by government tax breaks.
By Alan Zibel, The Associated Press
, April 23, 2010
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