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A welcome contribution

Piping company donates over $10K to those in need

December 17, 2013

Santa Claus and Christmas morning came early for the Salvation Army in Minot on Monday by way of some generosity of employees at United Piping Incorporated out of Duluth, Minn....

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Russ98387

Dec-18-13 3:51 PM

How much did you posters donate?

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takkak

Dec-18-13 12:39 AM

While homelessness nationwide has declined in the past year, the number of people living in shelters or on the streets in North Dakota has tripled to 2,069, according to data released by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. And that increase is likely understated since it doesn't count all the homeless people who are staying in motels, RVs or other people's homes.

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takkak

Dec-17-13 12:49 PM

I thought everyone here made $112,000 a year in the oil field.

Vote NO.

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EarlyBird

Dec-17-13 8:25 AM

"One-third of the city has been helped through the Salvation Army food pantry," she added. In addition to the food pantry, the Salvation Army also provides hot meals for people in need."

I hope the people who are trying to squeeze blood out of a rock are embarrassed for even asking the residents of minot for 125 million dollars.. unbelievable!!!

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