According to a recent Billings Gazette article, the Tumbleweed Runaway Program is slotted to receive a $900,000 federal grant administered by the Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families enabling the non profit to provide housing and transitional programs for homeless youth.
According to Bismarck's NBC affiliate KFYR, Bismarck native Anne Mahlum - who started running at age 16 - founded the nonprofit organization Back on My Feet to encourage the homeless to rebuild their lives and self-worth.
Since the oil industry began to take hold in North Dakota in 2005, the government budget has more than tripled, allocating billions to infrastructure improvements and providing $1.1 billion in property tax relief.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has recently announced the city of Minot as the recipient of Brownfields grant funds totaling $600,000 for the assessment and repair of damaged downtown properties resulting from the 2011 flood of the Souris River.
According to a recent article in RE Journal, Omaha's multi-family market is slotted to become even stronger with new construction rebooting in a post-recession economy that boasts a 4.3 percent unemployment rate.
According to reports from the National Association of Homebuilders, climbing material costs and difficulties securing adequate financing are diminishing profit margins for builders and could prevent them from matching market demand.
According to a recent assessment prepared by the University of South Dakota Government Research Bureau, Rapid City, SD was decidedly lacking when it comes to adequate basic services for senior citizens such as suitable affordable housing, medical care and transportation.
During election season, much of the country sets its sights on Iowa, as the Hawkeye State is the first to cast its ballot for whoever may be running at the time. But there's so much more to Iowa than being a rallying place for politics and policy enthusiasts.
Visitors, start your engines Children and parents who want to enjoy a fun-filled day of go-kart racing can take a trip to the Thunder Road theme park in Sioux Falls. The facility features batting cages, go-karts, miniature golf and much more.
According to the St. Cloud Times, the St. Cloud Housing and Redevelopment Authority will move forward on adopting a smoke-free policy for its 700-plus publicly subsidized housing units, a policy that will take effect in October.
According to The Topeka Capital-Journal, the Historic Sites Board of Review recently sent 10 nominations to the Office of the Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places that, if approved, would join the country's official list of historically significant properties - two of which are apartment buildings.