BEMIDJI—For many smaller communities, the closing of a downtown store covering nearly 10,000 square feet could be a crippling—but for Bemidji, it was an opportunity.RELATED CONTENT
WORTHINGTON — Brian Pellowski, owner of PBK Investments, is within weeks of acquiring the Northland Mall property from its current owner.
Spearfish Economic Development Corp. plans to build a 40,000-square-foot spec building in the Spearfish Business and Industry Park.
A committee said Tuesday a proposed tax increment financing district at the site of the former Happy Chef in Mitchell would meet the city's guidelines.RELATED CONTENT
PIERRE, S.D. – After months of research and planning, the state officially launched its workforce development campaign at the Governor’s Economic Development conference held last week in Sioux Falls.
One of the first signs that things were changing in downtown Dickinson was — well, a sign.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO—When winter comes around, Fargoans may be able to ice skate downtown.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Who would have thought it would be so controversial for the city of Detroit Lakes to follow its long-range plan?RELATED CONTENT
CAVALIER, N.D.—Bryan McCoy has a straightforward goal for the new Cavalier Renaissance Zone Program.RELATED CONTENT
BEMIDJI -- The proposed shooting sports park northwest of Bemidji snagged a six-figure grant Thursday.
Residents and business owners from around the city expressed their concerns about an increase in assessed property values in front of the Dickinson Board of Equalization on Thursday evening.
As North Dakota's legislative session nears its end, it appears Grand Forks will receive $30 million for a new water treatment plant—less money than the city expected—leaving some city leaders frustrated while others are still hopeful, they said.
FARGO — The best site for a new downtown parking ramp is not the city-owned lot on NP Avenue, the longtime favorite, but the block where Schumacher Goodyear is located, consultants told the Parking Commission on Thursday.RELATED CONTENT
The West Fargo Park Board will award bids today for a roughly $7.8 million recreational facility and park that will house new park district offices, activity spaces and an indoor track south of Interstate 94.RELATED CONTENT
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Concerned about runoff into Little Detroit Lake and other zoning issues, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is threatening legal action against Detroit Lakes if the city council approves the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Hotel project near the beach.RELATED CONTENT