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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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Avalon West showcases $4 million makeover

Avalon West showcases $4 million makeover

FARGO—It has gone by many names over the years—including Playmakers and The Hub—but the large building at 2525 9th Ave. S. in Fargo has always catered to the bar crowd.

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ARCHITECTURE: Making the Old New Again

ARCHITECTURE: Making the Old New Again

Reclaimed wood proves to be design trend with staying power

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CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Building up for the big league

CONSTRUCTION CORNER: Building up for the big league

Universities seek Division I edge with expanded athletics facilities

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For now, Fargo shelves contentious widening plans on Main, University

For now, Fargo shelves contentious widening plans on Main, University

FARGO—Separate plans to widen portions of Main Avenue and South University Drive here, both of which met opposition from potentially affected business owners, have been shelved for now.

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Jamestown developer announces plans for two projects

Jamestown developer announces plans for two projects

JAMESTOWN, N.D.-A developer announced plans to begin work this fall on two major construction projects after receiving regulatory approval for both Wednesday.

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TNT Kid's Fitness to break ground on expansion

TNT Kid's Fitness and Gymnastics in Fargo will hold a groundbreaking ceremony at 11:30 a.m. Monday for its 20,000-square-foot expansion. TNT has raised $4.4 million for the project.

Interstate Batteries building warehouse, lease space

Interstate Batteries building warehouse, lease space

FARGO—Ground has been broken at 4410 18th Ave. S. in Fargo for a building that will provide storage space for the nearby Interstate Batteries store at 4430 17th Ave. S.

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Transportation challenges will arise in southwest Jamestown as growth occurs

When growth occurs in the southwest Jamestown area, as is predicted in Forward Jamestown, also known as the Land Use Transportation Plan, one of many challenges the area will have to contend with is how to connect that area with the rest of Jamestown.

Bernie’s Esquire Club undergoes renovations to exterior

Bernie’s Esquire Club undergoes renovations to exterior

Bernie’s Esquire Club, a long-historied bar in downtown Dickinson, is having some work done.

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F-M area housing construction has best start since 2005

F-M area housing construction has best start since 2005

FARGO – Metro-area building permit numbers for the first half of 2015 show new housing activity is off to its fastest start since 2005, a report released Tuesday by the Home Builders Association of Fargo-Moorhead shows.

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Bobcat's West Fargo headquarters to expand

WEST FARGO—Construction is expected to begin this summer on an expansion to Bobcat's headquarters here that will create room for up to 320 employees. The $9 million expansion will consolidate much of its Fargo-Moorhead office space under one roof.

Ground broken for new Killdeer Aquatics and Wellness Center

Ground broken for new Killdeer Aquatics and Wellness Center

KILLDEER — Anita Mjolhus said when it came time for Killdeer to replace its city pool, the consensus was "Let's start over."

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Kids help break ground at new Dickinson Middle School site

Kids help break ground at new Dickinson Middle School site

Connor Brandvik stood with head rested on the handle of his shovel Tuesday afternoon as he looked out onto a grassy field where, two years from now, he’ll spend his eighth-grade school year.

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