North Dakota’s growing economy requires increased investments in education, health care, transportation, affordable housing and other infrastructure projects. Unfortunately, rising interest rates mean that our public institutions will incur higher costs to issue debt for these purposes, potentially impacting investments in things that support long-term economic growth.
11/16/18 (Fri)read more »
Our phones, iPad, and computers have changed our world. We shop online, pay our bills online and view personal and financial information online; but is it safe? Financial fraud is on the rise.
11/15/18 (Thu)read more »
The leaves are changing and most of North Dakota has experienced the first snowfall. These changes lead to the whirlwind of the next three months of holiday planning.
10/08/18 (Mon)read more »
The fall, cool, crisp air is making its way back into North Dakota which means water toys are getting stored for the winter, the kids are going back to school, and warm chili with cornbread is on the stove. The changing of the season reminds me to take a minute and reflect upon the last few months.
9/11/18 (Tue)read more »