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The metro’s million-dollar homes

  This year, Cass County has 41 homes being assessed at $1 million or greater, including the price of land, according to data from the county assessor. Clay County had only one home valued at greater than $1 million, bringing … Continue reading

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I’m Glad I’m Not Kathy McCarthy!

The education cabal and everyone else on the dole, won’t like her letter-to-the editor.  Letter: Clear and loud ‘no, no and no’ to proposed increases in taxes By Kathy McCarthy To Fargo School Board, Fargo Park District, Cass County Commission: … Continue reading

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US Aircraft lands in Iran amid mix-up

That’s a hell of a “mix-up”  A commercial aircraft chartered by the U.S.-led military coalition in Afghanistan for a flight to the Persian Gulf city of Dubai was re-routed to Iran on Friday, apparently because of a mix-up over its … Continue reading

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NBC Pays for Matt Lauer to Ride Helicopter

  reporter Emily Smith stated that Lauer — who in June extended his $20-million-per-year contract through 2016 — gets a chopper ride to and from the NBC set to his 40-acre horse farm and nearby mansion in the Hamptons a … Continue reading

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Letter: We have chance to do what is right

Raymond loves O-P-M.  Letter: We have chance to do what is right By Raymond Heinz from Fargo on Sep 3, 2014 at 11:22 p.m. As a proud advocate of North Dakota’s natural resources and an alum of North Dakota State … Continue reading

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Jack-the-hack lashes out

  Owning a business is a “luxury” in Jack’s mind. Forum editorial: Criticism of bus tour is a crockThe Fargo City Commission has bigger fish to fry than the red herring netted by Commissioner Dave Piepkorn this week. The commissioner, who … Continue reading

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Fargo passes preliminary budget, mill levy flat

Although the mill amount doesn’t change, some property owners will receive letters stating that their valuation has gone up, and so their tax bill will, too, Costin said. A mill is a property tax rate expressed as one-tenth of a cent. A … Continue reading

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Restaurant Report Card Pays Grand Forks A Visit

Who cares; let them poison each other.  It’s Tuesday and it’s time for our Restaurant Report Card. Our first stop is at Al Amin Grocery & Halal Meat where they have 4 critical and 11 non-critical violations. Reports say that … Continue reading

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There’s Always Room For Jello

Who puts it in their pocket?  MOORHEAD – A Glyndon woman who was arrested for driving drunk with Jell-O shots in her pockets was sentenced Monday in Cass County District Court to three years in prison with credit for three … Continue reading

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Tuition at Concordia hits low income families hard

If only educrats and tenured pointy-heads weren’t so greedy.  The cost of attending Concordia College at Moorhead has risen in recent years, increases that have hit the school’s poorest students the hardest, according to an analysis of data from the … Continue reading

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