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KLJ holds hearing for West Dickinson Area study

Potential land use plans for the 6,100 acres west of Dickinson, N.D., are narrowing in the months before engineering firm KLJ presents its recommendations to the city.

Future of Fargo Civic Center up for discussion

Future of Fargo Civic Center up for discussion

FARGO – The future of the Fargo Civic Center downtown is a likely topic of discussion at next Tuesday’s City Commission meeting.

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Celebrating manufacturing in SD

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Celebrating manufacturing in SD

In South Dakota, our manufacturers play a vital role in our state’s overall economic health.

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TALK OF THE TOWN: Growing with the region

TALK OF THE TOWN: Growing with the region

Jamestown plays up its role as a regional hub

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Willmar, Minn., undergoes 'brain gain'

Willmar, Minn., undergoes 'brain gain'

WILLMAR — Leah Schueler grew up on the Iron Range, then moved to the Twin Cities where she spent almost a decade living and working in the inner city.

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SD pheasant numbers up 76 percent from last year

SD pheasant numbers up 76 percent from last year

MITCHELL, S.D. - The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department reported Tuesday the number of pheasants seen during its annual brood count increased 76 percent this year after the significant drop in last year's count.

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EGF EDHA board member: Focus on the positive

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. - East Grand Forks Economic Development and Housing Authority board member said Tuesday people should remember positive things the EDHA has done for the community.

GF to hire more building inspectors

GF to hire more building inspectors

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The recent building boom in Grand Forks has caused more work for the city Inspections Department — but it has also produced the money to pay for additional staff.

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42nd Street art supporters present progress to GF City Council

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Supporters of the 42nd Street Arts Corridor revealed more details on the project Monday — including a request for more city funding — to a Grand Forks City Council committee.

Gallup poll finds ND residents highly satisfied

BISMARCK – North Dakotans are more satisfied than other Americans when it comes to their state’s economy, schools and overall standard of living, but the love affair fades on the subject of whether the state is a good place for racial minorities, immigrants and gay and lesbian people, according to a new poll.

Federal Reserve in 'real debate' on rate hike in early to mid-2015

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. - The U.S. Federal Reserve is focused on an initial interest rate hike between the first quarter and the middle of next year, with possible changes in its main policy statement as soon as next month, Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart said on Saturday.

Minn. mine study forecasts 30 years of profits, 850 jobs

DULUTH, Minn. - A proposed massive underground copper mine near Ely, Minn., would operate for 30 years and employ approximately 850 people, according to a draft "pre-feasibility study" recently released by Toronto-based Duluth Metals.

EB-5 questions factor in SD governor, Senate races

EB-5 questions factor in SD governor, Senate races

MITCHELL, S.D. - Mike Rounds has been steadfast in his defense of the EB-5 economic development/immigration program he championed during his two terms as governor. If his U.S. Senate opponents get their way, he might get more chances to defend the controversial program.

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Burgum touts benefits for eliminating ND income taxes, other policy changes

Burgum touts benefits for eliminating ND income taxes, other policy changes

FARGO, N.D. – Entrepreneur Doug Burgum this morning called for eliminating North Dakota’s personal and corporate income taxes, stating the move would give the state an edge when it comes to attracting businesses and top worker talent.

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Dickinson commission approves extended boundaries

DICKINSON, N.D. - Dickinson could be expanding again, if the City Commission approves a resolution to expand the city’s extra-territorial zone.

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