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Dakota Rising in Prairie Business Magazine!

Blog, News & Events on February 28th. Comments Off on Dakota Rising in Prairie Business Magazine!

Check out the wonderful article Prairie Business Magazine featured about Dakota Rising at: http://bit.ly/1gHpYyC.


Channel Your Spring Fever—and Plan

Blog on February 14th. Comments Off on Channel Your Spring Fever—and Plan

By this time of year, we’re all looking forward to the change of seasons—or at least the end of winter. For many of us, spring fever is an annual affliction, with a restlessness and desire to get outdoors and DO something. Far too often, there really is nothing to do out there, with spring still hovering on the horizon. Maybe this year, we could channel that restless spring fever energy into our community.

Early spring is a great time to take a critical look around our neighborhood and our community with an objective eye. When the warmer weather really arrives, we could organize a clean-up drive that does more than remove the accumulated winter litter. Are there homes and buildings that need the help of a crew of volunteers? Now is the time to get those volunteers on board, or start … Read More »


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