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Yard of the Month
Seventh Avenue reopens after construction work
Cool beans in Horace
Bonanzaville fundraiser offers peek at the past
Soil issues adding costs to city projects
Firehouse Subs opens
Business briefs (Aug. 20)
Building permits (Aug. 13)
Firehouse Subs opens
West Fargo DQ part of Miracle Treat Day
Steve Stark cartoon (Aug. 20)
Alderman: Finances 101 for new college students
Tammy Swift: Humor a crutch for hiding anxiety, depression
Chief's Corner: Drivers: Slow down for back-to-school season
Letter: Tobacco taxes should be raised
The Packer Weekly: French realizes potential through JROTC
Library News (Aug. 20)
West Fargo Fire Department to hold blood drive Thursday
Senior menu (Aug. 20)
Police Explorer program accepting applications
West Fargo returns three standout tennis players
State champ duo to usher in new era of Packers tennis
WF boys tennis team takes Ice Bucket Challenge
Jack of all trades: Packers’ versatile Hoy at another new position
Running results: Halftime 5K
Flight Lines: Lanky shorebird a delight to find anywhere
Flight Lines: Shorebird stories are almost mythical
Flight Lines: Cliff swallows beneficiaries of RRV manmade structures
Courting laughs: ‘Spamalot’ showcases WF’s theater program
home & garden
February 1, 2012
Free e-file option available for N.D. taxpayers
It is tax time and Tax Commissioner Cory Fong recently unveiled a new free state electronic filing option for North Dakota's taxpayers. "The Tax Department has been offering e-file for over a decade, through our participation in the IRS E-File and the Free File Alliance programs,"...
February 1, 2012 - 12:00am
November 2, 2011
Retail Act more about fairness than money by leveling the playing field
Chances are good that you have been a tax dodger. Unknowingly, of course. If you bought your gardening supplies from the Jung's catalogue, you would not pay the sales tax. Yet, if you bought the supplies from a local store, you would pay the state sales tax. Now this situation...
opinion / politics
November 2, 2011 - 12:00am
April 6, 2011
N.D. Tax Department extends filing deadline to April 18
Tax Commissioner Cory Fong has announced that North Dakota's individual income taxpayers have three extra days to file and pay their state income tax and still be considered on time. "The IRS announced earlier that it was extending the due date from April 15 to April 18, 2011 for...
April 6, 2011 - 12:00am
January 12, 2011
Financial Focus: How will new tax rules affect everyone?
Now that the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 is law, you'll want to familiarize yourself with how this new legislation affects you - both as a wage earner and an investor. Consider these key parts of the next tax laws: *Income tax...
January 12, 2011 - 12:00am
September 1, 2010
WF approves preliminary budget; no tax increase expected
West Fargo City Commissioners approved the preliminary budget totaling $32,373,224 for calendar year 2011 during regularly scheduled Monday night meeting action. The adoption, as it sits, holds the line on any tax increase, keeping the mill levy at 91.47, the same as the previous...
September 1, 2010 - 12:00am
July 28, 2010
No tax increase in proposed budget
West Fargo City officials are in the process of reviewing final figures for the 2011 budget, and if all goes according to plan it will be good news for West Fargo residents. The preliminary budget as it sits now at $32,393,418 translates to a zero tax increase for the new budget...
July 28, 2010 - 12:00am
January 27, 2010
Tax Department announces new E-file portal
Tax Commissioner Cory Fong has announced that the tax department has created a new interactive tool to serve as a portal for electronic filing of individual income tax returns. "With all the different Free File and IRS E-File companies available to taxpayers, we believe a number...
January 27, 2010 - 12:00am