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Fifth and largest Happy Harry's opens today

Fifth and largest Happy Harry's opens today

FARGO – A new Happy Harry's Bottle Shop, the fifth and largest store in the family-owned chain of liquor stores, opens at 8 a.m. today at its new south Fargo location.

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Though funding not set, West Fargo moves ahead with new pool design

WEST FARGO -- Construction on an aquatics center here could start as early as next spring after the West Fargo School Board decided Monday to ask its architects to start drawing up plans.

Occupancy rates dip in Grand Forks as more hotels are being built

Ashok "Smiley" Thakker is just trying to keep up.

Two major Bemidji park, road construction projects to finish by October

Two major Bemidji park, road construction projects to finish by October

BEMIDJI—After months of work, the Paul Bunyan Park project is about 55 percent complete and residents will likely see more visible changes in the area through September.

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Grafton, Park River and Minto students to learn in renovated, new building

Grafton, Park River and Minto students to learn in renovated, new building

GRAFTON, N.D.—Three Walsh County schools districts will unveil new buildings or major renovations when school starts next week.

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Construction at East Grand Forks Civic Center, pool on track

Construction at East Grand Forks Civic Center, pool on track

Two major city construction projects are on or ahead of schedule in East Grand Forks.

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Watford City to get new post office

WATFORD CITY, N.D. — The U.S. Postal Service will relocate and expand the Watford City Post Office in the growing Oil Patch city.

UPDATE: CHS pulls plug on huge fertilizer plant near Jamestown

UPDATE: CHS pulls plug on huge fertilizer plant near Jamestown

SPIRITWOOD, N.D. – After 35 months of planning, the CHS board of directors decided Tuesday not to build a planned nitrogen fertilizer plant at Spiritwood.

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Minnesota contractor banned from doing business in North Dakota

BISMARCK – A Minnesota contractor who bilked an elderly North Dakota homeowner out of at least $40,000 is banned from doing business in the state, according to Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.

Bobcat/Doosan headquarters expansion breaks ground

Bobcat/Doosan headquarters expansion breaks ground

WEST FARGO — Bobcat Co. and Doosan North America break ground today on a project that will approximately double the size of their headquarters building in West Fargo and also revolutionize the way workers there interact with each other.

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Fargo's Ed Clapp school nearly ready to open

Fargo's Ed Clapp school nearly ready to open

FARGO – The walls are painted, the carpet is laid, and some of the teachers are starting to move in, as Ed Clapp Elementary School prepares to open in Bluemont Lakes.

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Near campus, NDSU almost ready to move from buying to building

Near campus, NDSU almost ready to move from buying to building

FARGO – After decades of buying up houses east of campus for a purpose unknown to neighbors, the North Dakota State University Development Foundation is finally ready to announce its plans.

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Shooting Star to build new casino near Itasca State Park

Shooting Star to build new casino near Itasca State Park

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Shooting Star Casino, Hotel and Entertainment, owned and operated by the White Earth Nation, has announced plans to build a new casino near Bagley.

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Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport to receive $300,000 in federal funding

DICKINSON, N.D.-The office of Senator Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., announced in a press release Friday that Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport in Dickinson will be receiving $300,000 in federal funding to be used for updates and improvements.

Builder of Corn Palace domes proud, says criticism on delays isn't fair

Builder of Corn Palace domes proud, says criticism on delays isn't fair

MITCHELL, S.D.-For the builder of the Corn Palace's much-talked-about domes, the Minnesota firm says it would do the project again without a second thought.

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