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Okabena-Ocheda Watershed looks to future

December 3, 2014 in Uncategorized

WORTHINGTON — The Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District (OOWD) met in its last regular session of 2014 on Tuesday to discuss, among other things, plans for 2015.

The board began discussing projects for next year to make the organization more visible…continue reading on

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Big Plans for the Future of North Dakota

March 27, 2012 in WDAZ

Business leaders have been touring the state to help boost success in North Dakota and they made their last stop here in Grand Forks this afternoon.

The program is called 2020 & Beyond and was launched by Governor Jack Dalrymple and the Chamber of Commerce. Continue Reading

Future of Vikings stadium continues to be in limbo

March 14, 2012 in Worthington Daily Globe

ST. PAUL A new Vikings stadium remains possible after a Senate committee delayed a construction proposal Wednesday and Gov. Mark Dayton delivered some harsh words about legislative leaders’ lack of support. Continue Reading

Investing in Africa’s future

January 11, 2012 in Worthington Daily Globe

Sibley man partners to grow pullets in Mozambique
SIBLEY, Iowa When Daryl Bosma was broached in mid-2010 about being an investor in an egg-laying operation in rural Mozambique, in southeast Africa, he eagerly joined the business venture for two reasons: It could be a source of profit and, more importantly, it could aid people in that developing Third World country to become self-sufficient. Continue Reading

From boom to bust: Officials, candidates look at the future of North Dakota

November 15, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

It’s an economic principle. For every boom, there is a bust. And the oil industry is booming in North Dakota.
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Are we selling our future?

March 17, 2011 in West Central Tribune

As the state and federal government face a sea of red ink, everyone knows that very painful choices will need to be made. Spending must be drastically cut, but as nondefense discretionary spending represents only 19 percent of the federal budget, cuts will not be enough. Continue Reading

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