June 4, 2013 in The Dickinson Press
The development of Dickinson’s west side got another shot in the arm Tuesday after a developer agreed to pay more than a million dollars for a plot of land near Interstate 94′s Exit 59. Five Diamond Fund Managers will pay just more than $1.3 million for 34 acres of real estate that will represent about one-third the land mass of a large-scale, mixed use development, said Five Diamond spokesman Brian Hymel. Continue Reading
April 18, 2013 in The Dickinson Press
GRAND FORKS North Dakota farmland rental rates continue to climb, with some counties seeing an annual increase of more than 20 percent, a newly released survey says. Continue Reading
April 8, 2013 in Worthington Daily Globe
City sells plot; will be school bus garageWORTHINGTON District 518 is in the process of purchasing some land for the city. Continue Reading
April 4, 2013 in The Daily Republic
How long will this all last? About 10 minutes longer than the end of mandated ethanol use.
April 2, 2013 in The Dickinson Press
The Stark County Fair Board agreed to provide $300,000 in start-up money to establish a fairground with land south of Dickinson that was donated to the Dickinson State University Foundation. Continue Reading
March 4, 2013 in The Daily Republic
Expert says skyrocketing prices could stabilize as commodity supply catches demand. Continue Reading
February 22, 2013 in Alexandria Echo Press
The numbers are in and agriculture land value in Douglas County is on the rise. Douglas County Assessor Keith Albertsen explained at the February 12 county commissioners’ meeting in Alexandria how the values were calculated and who it’s going to affect. Continue Reading
February 21, 2013 in The Daily Republic
Legislation will be sought next year to balance sportsmen, landowner concerns.
February 4, 2013 in The Daily Republic
The larger section is a piece on the east side of Minnesota Street, a half block north of Seventh Avenue near Mitchell Middle School.
January 17, 2013 in The Dickinson Press
With farmland prices reaching crazy-high prices mixed with ultra-low interest rates, agricultural producers’ heads might be spinning.