FARGO – The Liquor Control Board on Wednesday approved the transfer of a downtown bar’s liquor license to an R.D. Offutt Co. executive, the latest step signaling that the company may be moving its headquarters to Broadway.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Members of a Fargodome committee peered into the future Wednesday when they reviewed expansion concepts ranging from the basic to the extravagant, with price tags reflecting the various options and amenities.RELATED CONTENT
Grand Forks City Council approved plans Tuesday for construction this summer on South Columbia Road from 36th Avenue to 40th Avenue -- including fixing an intersection ranked in the state's top 50 most dangerous.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL — A pair of Greater Minnesota organizations seeks more than half of an expected $1 billion state budget surplus for their priorities.
FARGO – A developer is seeking a tax break as part of a proposed 16-unit apartment building that would be constructed on the site of a defunct convenience store in north Fargo.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Concerns over flood protection is lessening compared to concerns over the challenges of growth if the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce's annual state-of-the-cities address Thursday is anything to go by.RELATED CONTENT
Mitchell Mayor Ken Tracy expects the ongoing construction at the Corn Palace to be complete by the week of April 20, and that includes the installation of the new LED light-up domes.RELATED CONTENT
BEMIDJI -- The Greater Bemidji Area Joint Planning Board, which governs zoning in the Bemidji area, plans to consider adding language allowing for “tiny houses,” the miniature homes designed to leave the smallest environmental footprint possible that are gaining national popularity.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Like a mouth with too many teeth, things are crowded at Cornerstone Dental’s South University Drive office.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The city has agreed to let a firm it had penalized for delays on previous projects to take on a new project – but with strings attached.
The Red River Retention Authority will receive a $12 million grant for water management and flood protection along the Red River.
The Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. board of directors approved deeding seven lots within the I-94 Business Park to the city of Jamestown with the intent that the city sells the lots at auction.
A citywide public arts plan presented to a Grand Forks City Council committee Monday focused too much on South 42nd Street, council members said.
CROOKSTON, Minn. - An uneven split between proponents and opponents of the proposed Sandpiper pipeline didn't keep either side from getting their voices heard Monday at public hearing here.
FARGO – Large, many-gabled homes rise out of the prairie in the Eagle Pointe development here on the city’s southern limits.RELATED CONTENT