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Demand for workers adds $3M to estimated cost of new Fargo City Hall

FARGO, N.D. —The estimated cost of the new City Hall building here has increased by about $3 million because of concerns about the high demand for construction workers in the area.

Minn. congressman asks Corps to revisit F-M diversion plan

FARGO, N.D. – Moorhead’s congressman has asked engineers to take a fresh look at a version of a flood control diversion here that would avoid the controversial retention component that has sparked fierce upstream opposition.

Junkyard Brewing Co. opens tap room and more biz news

Junkyard Brewing Co. has opened its new taproom at 1416 1st Ave. N. in Moorhead, Minn.

Oil boom means big money for ND water projects

Oil boom means big money for ND water projects

BISMARCK – Ten years ago, North Dakota’s Resources Trust Fund wasn’t much of a resource at all for the water projects it was meant to fund.

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Construction on $4.7M NCTC aerospace building could start in 2015

Construction on $4.7M NCTC aerospace building could start in 2015

THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. - Northland Community and Technical College doesn’t give up easily. This summer, the school started accepting bids to construct a $4.7 million building that would connect two existing structures at the Thief River Falls airport that are used as classrooms for aerospace students at the Thief River Falls campus.

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ONEOK proposes gas plant for Dunn County, ND

TULSA, Okla. — ONEOK plans to build a gas processing plant in northwest Dunn County, N.D.

Moorhead Hornbacher's project remains on track

Moorhead Hornbacher's project remains on track

MOORHEAD, Minn. - For anyone who’s been wondering about the new Hornbacher’s store planned for 950 40th Ave. S., Matthew Leiseth wants you to know: It’s coming.

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R.D. Offutt eyes move to downtown Fargo

R.D. Offutt eyes move to downtown Fargo

FARGO, N.D. – R.D. Offutt Co. and the city of Fargo are exploring the idea of teaming up to build a parking ramp to serve a new downtown office building that could eclipse Fargo’s Black Building in terms of size.

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$1 million USDA loan to help build ethanol plant

SPIRITWOOD, N.D. -- A $1 million rural development loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to Northern Plains Electric Cooperative will help finance the Dakota Spirit AgEnergy ethanol plant under construction at Spiritwood, according to JoAnn Rodenbiker, director of business development for the cooperative.

Fargo Park Board panel backs Scheels Arena expansion without public funds

Fargo Park Board panel backs Scheels Arena expansion without public funds

FARGO, N.D. – A committee of the Fargo Park Board on Wednesday recommended adding one ice sheet to Scheels Arena donated by Metro Sports Foundation, a move that would avoid the contribution of public money to the project.

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Planning starts on $5.8M justice center in Granite Falls

GRANITE FALLS, Minn. —Yellow Medicine County is taking its first steps toward replacing its courthouse building, originally built in 1889 and expanded in the 1970s.

$20M expansion planned at ND mill in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The North Dakota Industrial Commission recently authorized spending nearly $20 million to increase the milling capacity at the North Dakota Mill in Grand Forks.

The Landings apartments set to open in Mitchell

MITCHELL, S.D. - A dedication ceremony and open house is scheduled to take place this week at The Landings, Mitchell's newest apartment community. Located at 716 N. Iowa Street, the apartment community was built directly south of Mitchell Middle School.

Mitchell School District to build $13.5M fine arts center

Mitchell School District to build $13.5M fine arts center

MITCHELL, S.D. -A new location and an updated design are the most recent changes to the Mitchell School District's proposed plans for a new, $13.5 million fine arts center.

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Boundary Engineering plays new role in designing Dickinson

Boundary Engineering plays new role in designing Dickinson

DICKINSON, N.D. - Shawn Soehren, a former Dickinson city engineer, started his own civil engineering company in 2012 with an intention to be involved in the design and construction of projects that are good for the community, that add to the betterment of the area, he said.

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