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ND Development Fund increases limits to $1M

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.

North Dakota taxable sales and purchases up over first quarter 2014

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.

Mad for mead: Horace, N.D., couple opens area's first meadery

Mad for mead: Horace, N.D., couple opens area's first meadery

FARGO – After watching the craft beverage trend continue to grow in recent years, a Horace couple have decided to turn their own home-brewing hobby into a business.

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Dickinson Chamber director Whitman stepping down

Dickinson Chamber director Whitman stepping down

DICKINSON-The executive director of the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce announced Friday that he’ll be stepping down at the end of July.

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Buffalo Wings & Rings looking to open restaurant in Jamestown in near future

Buffalo Wings & Rings looking to open restaurant in Jamestown in near future

JAMESTOWN-A nationally-known, sports-themed restaurant chain is planning on building in Jamestown.

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Grand Forks financial institutions grow through acquisitions, organically

Grand Forks financial institutions grow through acquisitions, organically

GRAND FORKS-Don't call it a bank.

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Costs for city services to Grand Forks fertilizer plant projected at $45 million

GRAND FORKS-It will cost about $45 million to prepare roads and city utility service for the Northern Plains Nitrogen fertilizer plant planned in northwest Grand Forks.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota marks 75th anniversary

Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota marks 75th anniversary

FARGO—North Dakota's largest health insurer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota, didn't start out big.

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Two Main Avenue properties in downtown Fargo could see big changes

Two Main Avenue properties in downtown Fargo could see big changes

FARGO—A Main Avenue storefront here is getting a big makeover, and the longtime community theater tenant next door might be moving out.

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Minnesota sets standard for business, report says

MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota has long been recognized as a great place for hockey and manners, but a recent report places the North Star state above all its peers as the top state for business.

BUSINESS INSIDER: The Networker

BUSINESS INSIDER: The Networker

Former Williston economic development director puts worldwide connections to work

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Grand Forks food trucks grow in popularity

Grand Forks food trucks grow in popularity

GRAND FORKS-Skip Haag leaning out the window of his food truck is a welcome sight for many hungry workers during lunch hour in Grand Forks.

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New restaurant planned in south Fargo by Boiler Room, Monte's owners

New restaurant planned in south Fargo by Boiler Room, Monte's owners

FARGO – A new eatery is planned for south Fargo that will be a blend of several influences, including Tex-Mex, Texas barbecue, and a South American-style of cooking called Barbacoa, which will also be the restaurant's name.

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Thrift store chain Savers agrees to settlement, will pay $1.8 million to charities

ST. PAUL -- Thrift store chain Savers has agreed to revise its business practices to settle a lawsuit filed last month by Minnesota's attorney general alleging the company misled donors and consumers with its marketing.

Arvig reports online scam

Arvig has received reports of a potential online scam where someone claims to be doing market research by Arvig.

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