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Rent drops in North Dakota's pricey apartment market

Rent drops in North Dakota's pricey apartment market

WILLISTON, N.D. - It is getting cheaper to rent an apartment in North Dakota's oil patch.

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Unincorporated Manning, the small seat of Dunn County, not immune to oil boom growth

Unincorporated Manning, the small seat of Dunn County, not immune to oil boom growth

MANNING, N.D. — Over the hills and through the Oil Patch sits a small town that, until a few years ago, hadn’t seen much change.

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Development projects in tiny Bakken town could top $20 million this year

Development projects in tiny Bakken town could top $20 million this year

KILLDEER, N.D. — For the first 14 years as building inspector for the city of Killdeer, Ron Fettig worked part time. But for the past three years, he has been full time — and his days are truly full.

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CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Jumpstarting downtown Williston

CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Jumpstarting downtown Williston

Women-led development firm goes big with $15M multi-use project in downtown Boomtown

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Marvin Windows receives international industry recognition

Marvin Windows receives international industry recognition

Warroad, Minn.-based Marvin Windows and Doors received the coveted best product award from the National Association of Home Builders during the 2015 International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas for its Next Generation Ultimate Double Hung window.

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Construction soars in Fargo metro

Housing starts in the Fargo metro area hit 1,178 in 2014, accounting for 27 percent of the 4,436 building permits issued in the metro, and representing the highest level of housing starts in the metro since 2005, according to the Home Builders Association of Fargo-Moorhead.

CONSTRUCTION: Wellness center puts community on new path

CONSTRUCTION: Wellness center puts community on new path

With state-of-the-art amenities including an aquatic center, multi-purpose gym, running track, racquetball courts, weight room, cardio equipment, whirlpool and sauna, Wadena, Minn.’s new wellness center could give many a trendy urban health club a run for their money.

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Dickinson's tallest building has new owner, future use unclear

Dickinson's tallest building has new owner, future use unclear

The tallest building in downtown Dickinson has new owners, and with the changeover could come a revitalized appearance.

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Williston man camp loses appeal to stay open

WILLISTON, N.D. -- Despite a last-minute plea, a man camp in northern Williston will close Sunday and residents must vacate the premises.

Dickinson officials want vacant developments filled before approving more

Dickinson officials want vacant developments filled before approving more

When Dickinson Planning and Zoning commissioners ended a debate last week in a tie vote over a rezoning petition from the developers of the proposed Barons Vista subdivision, concerns were not so much around what might be developed there, but when it might be developed, if ever.

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Sanford Health releases floor-by-floor layout for Fargo medical center

Sanford Health releases floor-by-floor layout for Fargo medical center

Fargo - Sanford Health leaders have pinned down what will go where inside their new medical center going up in south Fargo and on Tuesday media were given a peek inside the mammoth structure.

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Dalrymple signs $1.1 billion 'surge' funding bill

Dalrymple signs $1.1 billion 'surge' funding bill

BISMARCK, N.D. – Gov. Jack Dalrymple today signed into law Senate Bill 2103, making $1.1 billion in state funding immediately available for infrastructure projects and other critical needs, primarily in North Dakota’s oil-production region.

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Newly constructed hotel a bit too close for Dickinson neighbors

Newly constructed hotel a bit too close for Dickinson neighbors

For Dickinson, the continual arrival of businesses can be a good thing. But to the people who make up a city, the actual residents who carry out their day-to-day lives, the constant disruption of construction from developments can be a nuisance.

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Hebron Brick CEO gives $5M to MSUM, largest donation in school history

Hebron Brick CEO gives $5M to MSUM, largest donation in school history

MOORHEAD – The CEO of a brick-making company and his wife have donated $5 million to Minnesota State University Moorhead, university officials announced Tuesday morning.

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Rural Minnesota workforce, housing in 'absolute crisis'

ST. PAUL – KLN Family Brands in Perham has more than 100 job openings, but the western Minnesota community has no homes for people the company hires.

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