IN THE BLACK Financial Toolkit for Disaster Victims
With our summer weather comes tornadoes and this year some areas are experiencing record flooding, when they dont usually have to worry about flooding.
Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial... Posted on 7/11/11 at 8:33 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Communities raise awareness about alcohol/drug recovery
From a news release:
To help raise awareness about the importance of recovery, Gov. John Hoeven has proclaimed September as Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month in North Dakota.
Recovery has po... Posted on 9/3/10 at 9:39 AM
Now that authorities believe they know who stole $500 million worth of art from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in the largest art heist in U.S. history, what are the chances they'll actually recover the stolen works by Rembrandt, Vermeer and Manet after 23 years?
Nate Peroni takes his little brother with him wherever he goes.
He wears a tiny urn around his neck with ashes from his 4-year-old brother Mathew Milhem, who died April 20 in a house fire 3 miles north of Stephen, Minn.
By Chris Bieri , Forum Communications Co.
, May 08, 2012
It will take at least $1.4 billion in government funding for North Dakota to recover from flooding in 2011.
That’s the estimate compiled by the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services, which recently issued “The 2011 Flood: North Dakota’s Strategic Plan for Disaster Recovery.”
By Kevin Bonham, Forum Communications Co.
, January 02, 2012
The good news: Bismarck-Mandan has only had 4.6 inches of snow this season. Normally, the area has 16.3 inches. Last winter, by this time, Bismarck-Mandan had received 21.6 inches of snow. Winter 2011, so far, bodes well for local spring runoff prospects, raising hopes that there will be no spring flooding.
Two people hurt in a fatal home explosion in northeastern North Dakota are recovering now in Nebraska, after first being taken to a Twin Cities-area facility in Minnesota following the late June blast.
Authorities said Tuesday they had recovered a second body from Apple Creek where two men disappeared when their canoe capsized.
High water since the May 6 accident complicated the search for 23-year-old Cory Berger and 24-year-old James Hellman, both of Bismarck.
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