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ARCHITECTURE: Making the Old New Again

ARCHITECTURE: Making the Old New Again

Reclaimed wood proves to be design trend with staying power...

DONORS: Paying it Forward

DONORS: Paying it Forward

Business owners step up to support education, inspire others to contribute...

CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Building up for the big league

CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Building up for the big league

Universities seek Division I edge with expanded athletics facilities...

ENERGY: Catching on to catching rays

ENERGY: Catching on to catching rays

Cooperatives, utilities install solar gardens for members...

BUSINESS INSIDER: Steady leader

BUSINESS INSIDER: Steady leader

Alerus leader Randy Newman demonstrates devotion to bank, community...

Dakota Wesleyan announces new institutional, athletic logos

Dakota Wesleyan announces new institutional, athletic logos

MITCHELL, S.D.-Don't just get a degree. Discover your strength.

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Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport to receive $300,000 in federal funding

DICKINSON, N.D.-The office of Senator Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., announced in a press release Friday that Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport in Dickinson will be receiving $300,000 in federal funding to be used for updates and improvements.

Grand Forks oil expo showcases some cost-saving measures while prices remain low

Grand Forks oil expo showcases some cost-saving measures while prices remain low

Some oil and gas-related companies are finding some success during leaner times in their industry.

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Dickinson, other North Dakota residents top chart of financial health

DICKINSON, N.D. - A personal finance site found Dickinson to be the top city in the nation “where people are in best financial shape” in a study published last Monday.

A new culinary challenge: After 15 years operating Sarello's, the Nasellos are trying something new

A new culinary challenge: After 15 years operating Sarello's, the Nasellos are trying something new

MOORHEAD—On July 1, a Wednesday night, Sarah and Tony Nasello and their 10-year-old son, Giovanni, took in a movie together.

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Local center struggling to fill 911 dispatch jobs

Local center struggling to fill 911 dispatch jobs

FARGO – It's about a quarter to four in the afternoon and phones are beginning to ring at the emergency dispatch center.

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Misfit Inc. founder walked away from investment firm, found 'spiritual home' in Fargo

Misfit Inc. founder walked away from investment firm, found 'spiritual home' in Fargo

FARGO – Those who know AJ Leon know the story well.

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Health care consolidation marches on in ND, MN

FARGO – Sanford Health is studying how to expand its presence in Minot, which could include building a new hospital there.

Jamestown Regional Medical Center bucks merger trend

JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown Regional Medical Center resembles any modern hospital. Built in 2011, it features some of the latest in medical technology and provides a helipad for air ambulances.

Worthington-area electric co-ops complete acquisition of Alliant Energy Electric Service Territory

WORTHINGTON - Nobles Cooperative Electric and Federated Rural Electric, with 10 other electric distribution cooperatives, today completed the acquisition of Alliant Energy’s electric service territory in southern Minnesota. As a result, all southern Minnesota customers of Alliant Energy are now member-owners of their respective electric cooperative.

Builder of Corn Palace domes proud, says criticism on delays isn't fair

Builder of Corn Palace domes proud, says criticism on delays isn't fair

MITCHELL, S.D.-For the builder of the Corn Palace's much-talked-about domes, the Minnesota firm says it would do the project again without a second thought.

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Stark County planning board approves wind data tower permit

DICKINSON, N.D.-The Stark County Planning and Zoning Board made a recommendation to approve a series of conditional use permits for the construction of three meteorological towers by NextEra Energy Resources on Thursday at its regular meeting in the Stark County Courthouse.

Senate energy panel votes to lift oil export ban

Senate energy panel votes to lift oil export ban

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Senate Energy Committee on Thursday narrowly passed a bill to lift a 40-year-old ban on the export of crude oil, but the measure faces an uphill battle in getting passed by the full Senate.

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Avalon West showcases $4 million makeover

Avalon West showcases $4 million makeover

FARGO—It has gone by many names over the years—including Playmakers and The Hub—but the large building at 2525 9th Ave. S. in Fargo has always catered to the bar crowd.

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NDSU Foundation struggles to attract CEO applicants

FARGO - The North Dakota State University Development Foundation is struggling to attract applicants for the top position of president and CEO, in part because the group is subject to state open records laws, officials say.

Enderlin, N.D., company offers high-tech, customizable planter

Enderlin, N.D., company offers high-tech, customizable planter

ENDERLIN, N.D.—Leaders for agribusiness Plains Grain & Agronomy have built an implement they believe is the future of farming.

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DONORS: Paying it Forward

DONORS: Paying it Forward

Business owners step up to support education, inspire others to contribute

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ARCHITECTURE: Making the Old New Again

ARCHITECTURE: Making the Old New Again

Reclaimed wood proves to be design trend with staying power

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ENERGY: Catching on to catching rays

ENERGY: Catching on to catching rays

Cooperatives, utilities install solar gardens for members

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Shift in Focus

ENTREPRENEURSHIP: Shift in Focus

Universities groom entrepreneurs as vital part of business education

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EDITOR'S NOTE: Class is in session

EDITOR'S NOTE: Class is in session

It’s hard to believe that it is already back-to-school month for many of the area’s students. Didn’t summer just start?

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BUSINESS ADVICE: Keep focused

BUSINESS ADVICE: Keep focused

Most people have heard sayings such as “You need to stick to your knitting” and “Put all your eggs in one basket and watch that basket very carefully.”

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EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT: It’s a competitive world, train for it

EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT: It’s a competitive world, train for it

I’d like to start by telling a story about a man of whom you may have heard.

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CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Building up for the big league

CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Building up for the big league

Universities seek Division I edge with expanded athletics facilities

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ECONOMY: North Dakota’s job market still booming

ECONOMY: North Dakota’s job market still booming

It’s safe to say that North Dakota’s unemployment rate has been envy of the nation for the past several years.

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EDUCATION: Choosing the right MBA program

EDUCATION: Choosing the right MBA program

Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs across the nation are important investments for both businesses and professionals who want to advance their careers.

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BUSINESS INSIDER: Steady leader

BUSINESS INSIDER: Steady leader

Alerus leader Randy Newman demonstrates devotion to bank, community

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FINANCE: SBA rolls out online loan application process

FINANCE: SBA rolls out online loan application process

Cash flow is the lifeblood of all small businesses

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Featured Staff Blogs

http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/3768/50/50/ OIL PATCH DISPATCH
Half-built Bakken housing becomes an eyesore
CULBERTSON, Mont. Weeds are growing around a partially constructed Bakken housing camp that is connected to an alleged Ponzi scheme, and officials in this northeastern Montana town would like it cl...
7/30/15 at 12:07 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2444/50/50/ MIKKELPATES.AG-AT-LARGE
Will Hillsboro, N.D., be an ag UAV launch pad for RRV?
A reader texts me a link to the the Hillsboro (N.D.) Banner online version on July 24 that carries a story by Jack Dura, talking about an Israeli-based electronics company looking to use drones from...
7/26/15 at 5:52 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/3383/50/50/ PRAIRIE BUSINESS
Is your business a great place to work?
If you love going to work everyday, you're one of the lucky ones. And so is your employer.Studies have shown that companies with the best employee morale enjoy lower turnover, better financial perform...
6/11/15 at 10:23 AM

Featured Area Voices

http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2451/50/50/ THE DULLUM FILE
Lynn Anderson
Country music star Lynn Anderson left us this week, much too soon. She died at the age of 67. "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden" became a gigantic cross-over hit in the early 1970's. In her caree...
8/1/15 at 7:30 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2456/50/50/ BASIC BUSINESS
Overview of Process Improvement
Basic Business Cents People never seem to have enough time to do things right, but they always have time to do things over. This does not make sense on the surface, but it is what I have observed ove...
7/30/15 at 6:20 PM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2454/50/50/ SUNDOG: MARKETING + TECHNOLOGY
5 Lessons Learned from a Content Audit
Keep. Throw. Donate. If youve ever moved, youre likely familiar with these three words. Moving is a perfect time to clear out clutter and start fresh at your new place. Your favorite pair of hiking b...
7/20/15 at 11:02 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2450/50/50/ RENEW ND
Enjoy the ease of Link FM like 708 riders did Friday!
Headed to Street Fair and Moorhead Center Mall sidewalk sales? Park once and enjoy both by jumping aboard Link FM, Fargo - Moorheads new fun, fast and free connecting bus. Link FM makes for a stress ...
7/18/15 at 9:52 AM
http://media.fccinteractive.com/voices/2445/50/50/ BBB BUZZ FROM THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU OF MINNESOTA AND NORTH DAKOTA
BBB Offers Tips to Storm Damage Victims
Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) is offering guidance to area residents who suffered property damage earlier this week as strong storms swept across Minnesota, and reminds pe...
7/16/15 at 1:57 PM

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