“I tell the board every year, it doesn’t matter how long I’ve been here, if I’m not bringing something of value that is greater next year than it is this year and was last year, then you really don’t have any reason to keep me around," Gary Wolsky says.
Harwood N.D. -- Reader Andy asked about a project happening along Interstate 29 near here. He was especially perplexed that work continued late at night and into the weekend.
WEST FARGO – Forget the bumps and bruises. Sometimes it’s the sports equipment that hurts a player.
DILWORTH – Authentic Italian food is back on the menu in Dilworth. Verdis’ Italian Market has opened in the former home of Altony’s Italian Café at 4 Center Ave. Altony’s moved into the former Taco Bell location on Highway 10 in Moorhead in 2012.
FARGO – The United Way of Cass-Clay is not solely about charity, President Sher Thomsen said at the organization’s annual meeting Tuesday in Fargo.
“We are about change,” Thomsen said. “We are about seizing the opportunity to create social change right here in our community.”
WEST FARGO – High Point Networks, a provider of voice and data network solutions, has achieved a great deal of success in its 10 years of business.
FARGO – It was not long ago that treatment for a stroke focused on rehabilitation. Because of a lack of blood flow to the brain, most patients who survived suffered brain damage and other disabilities. They often faced months of rehabilitation or life in a care facility.
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FARGO - Sports Vape, an electronic cigarette store and oxygen bar, has opened in the former home of Mother’s Records at 1621 S. University Drive.
Owners Jeremy Veum and Darius Endres thought the two enterprises fit well together under their theme of “clear air.”
Fargo -- Brian Meckler will close on a home next week with his new bride.
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