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Dickinson's tallest building has new owner, future use unclear

Dickinson's tallest building has new owner, future use unclear

The tallest building in downtown Dickinson has new owners, and with the changeover could come a revitalized appearance.

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Moore Family Theatres buys East Grand Forks' Riverwalk Centre

The city of East Grand Forks has finalized the sale of the Riverwalk Centre in its downtown.

Alerus Center's 2014 profit down from 2013

GRAND FORKS - The Alerus Center's total profit last year was much less than the previous year, but it was still above the budgeted profit.

ND population boom to continue despite oil slump

BISMARCK - In 2012, the North Dakota Census office projected the state to grow to 842,000 residents in 2025. Despite the drop in oil prices, the office maintains high projections.

American Express to raise credit card rates

American Express Co is raising interest rates for over 1 million cardholders for the first time in more than five years, Bloomberg reported.

Jamestown area greenhouse project at standstill

The status of the Endless Harvest project is in limbo, according to Connie Ova, CEO of the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp.

Hebron Brick CEO gives $5M to MSUM, largest donation in school history

Hebron Brick CEO gives $5M to MSUM, largest donation in school history

MOORHEAD – The CEO of a brick-making company and his wife have donated $5 million to Minnesota State University Moorhead, university officials announced Tuesday morning.

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ND House votes to reduce, not eliminate, income taxes

BISMARCK – North Dakota House lawmakers voted Monday to cut individual and corporate income tax rates by 10 percent across the board, while defeating bills aimed at reducing personal income tax rates to zero or replacing them with a flat tax.

Rural Minnesota workforce, housing in 'absolute crisis'

ST. PAUL – KLN Family Brands in Perham has more than 100 job openings, but the western Minnesota community has no homes for people the company hires.

Fewer employers sponsoring sports leagues

Fewer employers sponsoring sports leagues

Fargo - Fewer companies today are sponsoring employee sports leagues, according to a survey of 500 human resource professionals conducted last year by the Society for Human Resource Management.

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Prairie Business March issue highlights

Prairie Business March issue highlights

Join Prairie Business magazine editor Kris Bevill for highlights from the March issue.

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Target cuts online free-shipping eligibility to $25

Target Corp. cut its eligibility for free-shipping of online orders by half to $25 as the company focuses more on its online division to better compete against Amazon.com Inc and traditional rival Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Valley Imports celebrates 40 years in business

Valley Imports celebrates 40 years in business

FARGO – Valley Imports in Fargo is marking a milestone this year – 40 years in business.

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MSN names Fargo's Mezzaluna best restaurant in North Dakota

MSN names Fargo's Mezzaluna best restaurant in North Dakota

FARGO – Mezzaluna in downtown Fargo is North Dakota’s best restaurant, according to a new MSN list naming the top place to eat in each state.

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Michigan company buys Worthington MN strip mall

WORTHINGTON, Minn. — This could be a big year of change for Worthington, as businesses keep expanding and new ones keep popping up.

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