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One of my first assignments after joining this magazine was to attend the lavish groundbreaking celebration for Sanfords Fargo Medical Center. (See"Sanford begins building Fargo medical center")
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RENEW ND Fun Fargo art project in the news around the country
I received a call from a woman in Rochester NY asking howMara Morkengot this fun project off the ground inDowntown Fargo,
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WATFORD CITY — Watford City broke ground Wednesday on an $83 million event center, marking three years of work and planning backed by a public vote to increase the city’s sales tax after the Stenehjem family donated the land on which to build.
ST. PAUL -- Just a few ticks before the midnight deadline to adjourn Monday, the Minnesota Legislature fulfilled Duluth's $4 million request for funding that could accommodate the expansion of Cirrus Aircraft and the creation of at least another 150 local jobs.
DICKINSON-Subjects such as resident attitudes toward hydraulic fracking and the labor market impacts of energy boom-and-bust cycles were the focus of Dickinson State University’s Bakken Researchers Convening, which began Monday at the Strom Center.
BISMARCK — An oilfield housing complex developed by two men accused of defrauding investors out of $62 million in a Ponzi scheme abruptly closed last week, displacing more than 140 oilfield workers and leaving more than a dozen employees jobless and homeless in western North Dakota, according to court testimony here Monday.
WORTHINGTON — In a special meeting Friday morning, the Worthington City Council voted to approve an interim loan not to exceed $1.2 million to 7 & 41 LLC — the real estate arm of PBK Investments — for redevelopment at the Northland Mall site.
MOORHEAD—The city of Moorhead is sweating because two companies reportedly deciding whether to develop in Fargo or Moorhead are apparently finding that the grass is greener -- a.k.a. cheaper -- on the North Dakota side.
WASHINGTON -- Slope Electric Cooperative in southwest North Dakota has been awarded $12.5 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development loans to help improve power lines throughout Adams, Bowman, Hettinger and Slope counties.
BEMIDJI -- The reconstruction of Paul Bunyan Park is in full swing, with officials working hard to make the area surrounding Bemidji’s famous statues of Paul and Babe the Blue Ox a better spot to hang out.
WEST FARGO—Faced with a projected cost of $126 million to build a new water treatment plant likely without state support, the West Fargo City Commission has directed city staff to approach Fargo to work out a deal to purchase water.
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