Beautiful Time Of Year

Don’t you just love this time of year?  The air is crisp and the grass is as green as it gets, accentuating the red, yellow, and gold leaves spiraling down on my fresh mown lawn.  I generally leave my grass a bit taller, but this time of year, I cut it extra short so all those…
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Great Plains Institute, Long Term Energy Plan – With Optimism

"Much of what you read about energy these days is negative: We’re too dependent on foreign oil, our energy infrastructure is old andunderbuilt, prices are going up, and different interest groups disagree on the path forward and file lawsuits over almost any proposed energy project. This is a different story. It’s not as sexy as…
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Come To The “Community Toolbox” Tonight At The Dome. It’s Free!

A few simple steps can help you gear up for emergencies like pandemic flu, blizzards, chemical spills, flooding and more. Find out how to protect yourself and your loved ones at the Community Toolbox for Emergency Preparedness on Thursday, Sept. 27. This free event will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Fargodome.…
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Contact Our Congressmen For Home Grown, Renewable Energy In The New Farm Bill

"We have a great opening to make the next five years pivotal for rural clean energy development by contacting North Dakota ’s Senators today. With Senator Conrad’s position as Chair of the Senate Budget Committee and on the Agriculture Committee, North Dakota is very influential on the farm Bill." Senators Dorgan, Conrad and Congressman Pomeroy have all…
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“Share The Air Fargo” Petitions Are Being Circulated

The "Share the Air Fargo" grassroots citizens group is circulating petitions for more smoke free workplaces that includes bars and truck stops.  They also have information as well as petitions to print on line at www.sharetheairfargo.com    Thanks to Barry Nelson, Rachel Asleson and Melissa Tomlinson for sponsoring this important grassroots campaign for including bars…
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