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Minn. lieutenant governor pushes for Moorhead rail underpass

Minn. lieutenant governor pushes for Moorhead rail underpass

MOORHEAD, Minn. -- Lt. Gov. Tina Smith encouraged Moorhead-area residents Wednesday to call on state lawmakers to support a $42 million underpass project near Moorhead High School.

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New airport director sees facility’s role in local business community

New airport director sees facility’s role in local business community

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Ryan Riesinger's interest in aviation started early.

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Essential Air Service struggles in some towns, soars elsewhere

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- Commercial airline service is approaching cruising altitude in Devils Lake, but it remains all but grounded in Thief River Falls, Minn., where the community continues to struggle with airline reliability.

Highway project leaves Virginia (Minn.) holding bag

VIRGINIA, Minn. -- Virginia Mayor Larry Cuffe Jr. said his city just hired a lobbyist for the first time in its history, to his knowledge.

MnDot suspends more studies for high-speed rail line in southeast Minnesota

ST. PAUL -- Plans for a public high-speed passenger line in southeastern Minnesota are coming to a halt, clearing the way for a potential project by the private sector.

Red Rock Corridor Commission votes for 12-stop rapid bus system

ST. PAUL -- The Red Rock Corridor Commission has doubled down on its vision for a bus rapid transit system in South Washington County.

Dickinson subject of national study on public transportation in rural areas

DICKINSON, N.D. -- Dickinson is one of two cities in North Dakota being studied in order to ascertain how access to public transportation impacts quality of life in rural areas.

Outlook grim for public Zip Rail project

Outlook grim for public Zip Rail project

RED WING, Minn. --The proposed publicly funded Zip Rail high-speed passenger line from the Twin Cities to Rochester may have hit a dead end.

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Moorhead scales back city taxi law to satisfy Uber

MOORHEAD – City officials voted unanimously Monday to soften a law regulating Uber after Uber criticized it.

Fargo to study higher rates, deregulation for taxis

Fargo to study higher rates, deregulation for taxis

FARGO – The taxi fares the city regulates have gone unchanged for nearly eight years, so the owners of Lucky Seven Taxi Service have asked the city to raise them.

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Several more ships coming for winter layup in Twin Ports

DULUTH, Minn. -- The signals of winter layup seem to be everywhere.

Airport officials hope to draw travelers, airlines to new Hibbing terminal

Airport officials hope to draw travelers, airlines to new Hibbing terminal

HIBBING, Minn. -- After flying into the new Range Regional Airport, passengers will follow the river to baggage claim.

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Work progressing at former Georgia-Pacific plant in Duluth

Work progressing at former Georgia-Pacific plant in Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. - More than three years after it closed, railroad cars will start traveling to and from the former Georgia-Pacific complex on Duluth’s industrial harborfront next week, new owner Jeff Foster said.

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Bridge on cross-Canada highway splits amid cold weather

TORONTO - A northern Ontario bridge that is part of the Trans-Canada Highway has been closed indefinitely, police said on Sunday, after media reports it split because of extremely cold weather.

Cirrus jet nears certification

DULUTH, Minn. -- Cirrus Aircraft’s new SF-50 Vision jet is still a few months away from receiving Federal Aviation Administration certification. But production of the groundbreaking small personal jet has been underway for some time.

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