Did you know that Adams County had a whopping 27% increase in taxable sales in 2018? Great news for a growing community!
And, speaking of, today’s news is is about a writer of WWII warcraft tales, a coalition to end homelessness, and burgers. Read on.
Wahpeton’s David Myra has written some 12 hardcover and 50 e-books, and that’s not even the most interesting part of this article (for example, he was in the CIA but his record was eliminated because his job was so secret). (Wahpeton Daily News)
Thirty-percent of the 1,000 homeless people in Fargo have jobs and work an average of 24 hours a week, and Fargo’s Coalition to End Homelessness wants to help them find a safe place to live. (KVRR)
Burger time! (New England Extra)