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ND Development Fund increases limits to $1M

The North Dakota Department Fund, a loan program within the state's commerce department, has increased its funding limits from $300,000 to $1 million per project.

Jamestown Energy Park looking for more tenants

JAMESTOWN-Dakota Spirit AgEnergy is running well, according to Greg Ridderbusch, vice president for business development and strategy for Great River Energy and a member of the Spiritwood Energy Park Association Board of Directors.

Two Main Avenue properties in downtown Fargo could see big changes

Two Main Avenue properties in downtown Fargo could see big changes

FARGO—A Main Avenue storefront here is getting a big makeover, and the longtime community theater tenant next door might be moving out.

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DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE: MEGASITE: Game-changer?

DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE: MEGASITE: Game-changer?

South Dakota to build mega-business park in Sioux Falls

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BUSINESS INSIDER: The Networker

BUSINESS INSIDER: The Networker

Former Williston economic development director puts worldwide connections to work

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Alexandria Area Economic Development conducts salary survey

Businesses in Douglas, Stevens and Pope Counties in west-central Minnesota are being asked to complete a wage and benefits survey to help economic development officials and human resources managers understand the area's compensation structure.

Hotel, skyway proposed near Wadena wellness center

Hotel, skyway proposed near Wadena wellness center

WADENA, Minn.-Wadena native Kyle Davis wants to build a hotel between the Wadena Hockey Arena and Maslowski Wellness and Research Center.

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Study confirms not enough people to fill jobs in F-M metro area

Study confirms not enough people to fill jobs in F-M metro area

MOORHEAD – A workforce study released Thursday confirms what many employers have been painfully aware of for some time: There aren't enough people living in the Fargo-Moorhead area to fill available jobs.

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Workforce study notes low wages as problem in Fargo area

Workforce challenges have become an everyday problem for businesses throughout nearly every industry in North Dakota, and the Fargo area is no exception.

Water treatment plant helping Williston region to grow

Water treatment plant helping Williston region to grow

WILLISTON, N.D. – An expanded water treatment plant in Williston is making it possible for the entire region to grow.

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Chamber leader details ways to address workforce shortage in Grand Forks area

GRAND FORKS-Addressing the Grand Forks community's shortage of available workers will require an "incremental approach," the local chamber leader said Tuesday.

Fargo group relaunches coworking space

Emerging Prairie, a Fargo-based digital media company focused on fostering the community's entrepreneurs and tech start-ups, plans to relaunch a coworking space in downtown Fargo on July 6.

Refreshing Mitchell with a new brand

Refreshing Mitchell with a new brand

MITCHELL, S.D.-As more communities try to differentiate themselves from the rest, Mitchell has joined the fray to step "outside expectations."

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Despite flooding concerns, locals say Minnewaukan has potential to grow

Despite flooding concerns, locals say Minnewaukan has potential to grow

MINNEWAUKAN, N.D.—For the most part, Minnewaukan has weathered the worst of a two-decades-old Devils Lake flood that had threatened to wash the community away.

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Willmar Economic Development Commission starts director search

WILLMAR — As they launched the process Wednesday of finding a new executive director, members of the governing board of the Kandiyohi County and City of Willmar Economic Development Commission made a handful of key decisions.

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