Century-old South Dakota veteran’s home gets replaced with modernized facilityRELATED CONTENT
Debra Thompson remembers leaving work for the day at Welcome Home By Design without any notion that anything was wrong.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO—Smart Spaces, a business that specializes in custom closets and organization systems, has a new 4,500-square-foot space of its own in south Fargo. The company moved into its new showroom in March, just in time for the busy spring season.RELATED CONTENT
A long-time East Grand Forks construction firm has agreed to pay $1.85 million to settle a federal lawsuit alleging it cheated a partner company and defrauded the federal government.
CASS LAKE -- Two new additions were committed to Cass Lake’s changing cityscape Monday morning as ground was broken for a new Tribal Justice Center and a new Leech Lake Care Facility.RELATED CONTENT
One of the first signs that things were changing in downtown Dickinson was — well, a sign.RELATED CONTENT
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CAVALIER, N.D.—Bryan McCoy has a straightforward goal for the new Cavalier Renaissance Zone Program.RELATED CONTENT
As North Dakota's legislative session nears its end, it appears Grand Forks will receive $30 million for a new water treatment plant—less money than the city expected—leaving some city leaders frustrated while others are still hopeful, they said.
WEST FARGO—A local concrete construction contractor has plans to build a new facility here and add about 15 jobs a year for the next five years.
FARGO — The best site for a new downtown parking ramp is not the city-owned lot on NP Avenue, the longtime favorite, but the block where Schumacher Goodyear is located, consultants told the Parking Commission on Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
DETROIT LAKES -- A controversial hotel, condominium and restaurant project at the corner of West Lake Drive and Washington Avenue was approved by the Detroit Lakes City Council Tuesday night — despite threatened litigation by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
The West Fargo Park Board will award bids today for a roughly $7.8 million recreational facility and park that will house new park district offices, activity spaces and an indoor track south of Interstate 94.RELATED CONTENT
It’s official: Mitchell School District is building a fine arts center.RELATED CONTENT
Northland Community and Technical College students are going to have a new place to call home.