FARGO – Aldevron, a local biotechnology firm with facilities in Madison, Wis., and Freiburg, Germany, is expanding its production facility here, a project that aims to create 43 new jobs in five years, according to company projections.
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For months, my daughter was a daddy’s girl. And I was insanely jealous.
It started when my mom, a grandmother of three younger than 3, declared she was never again going to buy a toy made in China.