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3rd complaint filed in Minard Hall collapse, this time against NDSU

3rd complaint filed in Minard Hall collapse, this time against NDSU

FARGO, N.D. – A mechanical contractor here filed a complaint against North Dakota State University and the State Board of Higher Education in August regarding the 2009 collapse of Minard Hall, according to court documents.

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TALK OF THE TOWN: City of change

TALK OF THE TOWN: City of change

Minot, N.D., continues to expand, adapt to new size, demands

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Plans for Horace factory pulled back hours before hearing

HORACE, N.D. – About 100 residents here turned out to a city meeting Tuesday to protest a proposed new factory, only to find out the company had already pulled back on its plans earlier in the day.

Experts talk oil patch needs, local leaders say GF has infrastructure, housing needs, too

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - While oil industry experts presented the oil patch’s needs to Grand Forks leaders Tuesday, local leaders said eastern North Dakota has similar needs.

Fergus Falls council delays Kirkbride decision after tense debate

Fergus Falls council delays Kirkbride decision after tense debate

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. – After a sometimes tense discussion, the City Council here on Monday delayed a vote on whether to take a financial risk and try restoring the city’s historic Kirkbride property or demolish it.

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Kinder Morgan Canada pipeline plans hits mountain of opposition

VANCOUVER — A Western Canadian pipeline once seen as the best near-term hope for sending more of the country’s controversial tar sands crude to Asia has hit another snag: aboriginal communities intent on using the courts to block the proposed expansion.

Construction starts on new Happy Harry’s and more biz news

Construction starts on new Happy Harry’s and more biz news

FARGO, N.D. - Construction is starting on a new Happy Harry’s Bottle Shop at 4001 53rd Ave. S. in Fargo.

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Renovation of historic Opera House set to begin, brewery planned

Renovation of historic Opera House set to begin, brewery planned

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - A couple of dusty tables, booth seats and equipment including ladders and extension cords are among the only tenants of a long-vacant portion of the Metropolitan Opera House in Grand Forks.

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Grand Forks water district to build new reservoir

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The expanding Grand Forks-Traill Water District will receive a $500,000 USDA Rural Development loan guarantee to build a new 500,000-gallon concrete water reservoir.

Pasta plant expanding Grand Forks warehouse

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Philadelphia Macaroni Co. is adding almost 60,000 square feet of warehouse space at its Grand Forks facility.

Proposed apartment complex in Moorhead for homeless fails to receive $6M in state funding

MOORHEAD – Funding for an apartment complex for the homeless here won’t get state funding this year.

Citing oil boom, HUD raises limits for housing vouchers in western N.D.

BISMARCK – The federal government has agreed to raise the dollar limits for housing vouchers in nine western North Dakota counties facing a housing crunch and higher rental rates because of the state’s oil boom.

Sanford donates $1M to McKenzie County Healthcare hospital

WATFORD CITY, N.D. – A health care partnership in northwestern North Dakota is expanding to a management agreement that will provide additional health resources into rapidly growing McKenzie County.

Water plan for CHS fertilizer plant nearly complete

Water plan for CHS fertilizer plant nearly complete

JAMESTOWN, N.D. - The final plan for a water supply for the CHS nitrogen fertilizer plant may be nearing completion, according to Brian Schouvieller, CHS senior vice president of North American grain marketing and crop nutrients.

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State grant would give Thief River Falls, Minn., jumpstart on new housing projects

Thief River Falls, Minn., is hoping to cash in on a special state grant that would kick-start construction of a 100-unit housing complex.

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