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Bids awarded for Rice Hospital project

WILLMAR, Minn. - Construction bids have been awarded for a $1.3 million project to create acuity-adaptable patient rooms at Rice Memorial Hospital and expand the hospital's inpatient behavioral health unit.

SD's CTE program increases students awareness of higher education opportunities

BURKE — Cole McCarty is pretty sure what he wants to study when he goes to college.

Barons rezone permit tabled indefinitely

DICKINSON, N.D. - The Dickinson Planning and Zoning Commission has tabled a rezoning petition for the planned Barons Vista development in west Dickinson until developers can secure a second access route into the 262-acre plot.

AgCountry eyes land near interstate in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - AgCountry Farm Credit Services is eyeing a piece of land near the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and Interstate 29 in Grand Forks for a new office building.

Willmar City Council delays land purchase agreement for Priam substation

WILLMAR, Minn. — Saying they want more information and possibly some renegotiation, Willmar City Council members voted 6-1 Monday night to extend their review period of a land purchase agreement between the Willmar Municipal Utilities and Jennie-O Turkey Store for the proposed Priam substation site.

Grafton uses housing incentive to stem population decline, stabilize community

Grafton uses housing incentive to stem population decline, stabilize community

GRAFTON, N.D. — Mayor Chris West has a quick answer for anyone questioning the value of an eight-year-old Grow Grafton housing construction incentive program.

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F-M area cities hiring more to keep up with growth

F-M area cities hiring more to keep up with growth

FARGO, N.D. – Pierre Freeman walked briskly around the convenience store, his eyes scanning the floors, the shelves, the counters.

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Lawmakers eye wind energy tax credit extension

Lawmakers eye wind energy tax credit extension

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The group representing the wind energy industry is “optimistic” Congress will renew a tax credit benefitting its members by the end of the year.

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Sanford hospital project to shift to enclosing structure's frame

Sanford hospital project to shift to enclosing structure's frame

FARGO, N.D. – A crane on Tuesday hoisted into place the highest cross beam in the steel skeleton for the new 11-story Sanford Medical Center dominating the city’s southwest skyline.

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GF planners want to fill in holes of city's development

GF planners want to fill in holes of city's development

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - As Grand Forks continues to grow, city planners want to fill in holes of the city’s development rather than just expand the city’s borders.

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Crooked Crane Trail moves forward with 'master plan'

DICKINSON, N.D. - City leaders and community activists are looking for funds to push forward a completed "master plan" for renovations on the 17-mile Crooked Crane Trail circling Dickinson’s Patterson Lake.

Stark County Veterans Memorial faces construction delays

Stark County Veterans Memorial faces construction delays

DICKINSON, N.D. - Just a month before ground broke on the Stark County Veterans Memorial in July 2013, committee president Dave Logosz said the project could be completed by the fall.

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BNSF finishes $400M in upgrades in ND

BNSF finishes $400M in upgrades in ND

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — The last of 55 miles of new double railroad track was placed into service in northwestern North Dakota this past week by BNSF Railway, as the company works to ease the backlog of rail shipments that have plagued the state and region.

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Shipping companies expand GF operations, prepare for holidays

Shipping companies expand GF operations, prepare for holidays

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Two shipping companies are preparing for a record holiday season while they expand their Grand Forks operations.

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Williston breaks ground on school

WILLISTON, N.D. — Williston High School officials joined with civic leaders, residents and students on Wednesday to break ground on a $56.5 million dollar high school.

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