WILLMAR, Minn. --Travelers will find welcome relief at the gas pumps as prices have been dropping over the past week just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday season and it’s a drop of 70 cents or even more in some places compared to last year at this time.RELATED CONTENT
SIDNEY, Mont. — On a cold November morning when the wind is blowing just right, people parking in the lot outside the new Reynolds Market here can smell the sugar beets cooking at Sidney Sugars, a mile down East Holly Street.RELATED CONTENT
RED WING, Minn. -- Recalling the hatred of the 1967 strike that shook Red Wing Pottery to its core, current Red Wing Pottery owner Bruce Johnson said mounting stress and pressure have taken their toll. He stunned the community Tuesday afternoon with his announcement that the Pottery Salesroom mall will close Christmas Eve.
As more unmanned aircraft take to the sky in North Dakota and around the country, government officials are discussing means of tracking who owns what device.
WILLMAR — It took two votes Monday night for the Willmar City Council to approve the employment agreement and appoint Thief River Falls City Administrator Larry Kruse as the next Willmar city administrator.
FARGO — Tom Poole remembers well the King Leo's restaurant that once operated on University Drive in south Fargo next to Interstate 94; it was a place he frequented during his schoolboy days in the 1970s.RELATED CONTENT
Vikre Distillery in Duluth, which began distributing its handcrafted gins in 2013, has added whiskey to its lineup.
It can be difficult for employees to detach from incomplete work tasks, but having a plan for dealing with those tasks may help, a new study suggests.
WEST FARGO—Before buildings can be built or roads installed, surveyors like Riana Hendrickson of Moore Engineering in West Fargo spend time mapping and measuring land to ensure builders have all the information they need before breaking ground.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Grand Forks community leaders are headed to Washington, D.C., in December to meet top officials with the U.S. Department of Defense, where they'll advocate for continued investment and missions at Grand Forks Air Force Base.
FARGO -- More than a decade after the idea was first hatched, a marketplace that will sell international goods and services, and launch businesses for local refugees and immigrants is almost ready to open in Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO -- Store managers are making a list and checking it twice as thousands of Santas soon will be coming to town for Black Friday.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO -- A group that is working on ways to ease the region's labor shortage hopes to release a report on its progress sometime in the first three months of 2016.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO -- As business, education and government leaders continue seeking solutions to the area's workforce shortage, local companies are doing their best to find their own answers.
FARGO -- Dennis Kooren, 63, retired from UPS eight years ago when the damage to his knees, wrists and shoulders made it too painful to even consider lifting boxes another Christmas.RELATED CONTENT