The North Dakota Department Fund, a loan program within the state's commerce department, has increased its funding limits from $300,000 to $1 million per project.
BISMARCK – North Dakota’s taxable sales and purchases for the first three months of this year were up slightly over the first quarter of 2014, despite a slowdown in oil drilling activity amid lower crude prices, state Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger reported Tuesday.
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Arvig has received reports of a potential online scam where someone claims to be doing market research by Arvig.