A building in south Fargo that in the past was home to several restaurants has been torn down, with plans for a new Bottle Barn Liquors store to take its place.
MOORHEAD – American Crystal Sugar Co. workers who have been locked out of their jobs for 20 months will vote for the fifth time Saturday on whether to accept the company’s contract offer.
DILWORTH – Several months ago, the city of Dilworth let it be known that anyone who could come up with an idea for how to use a prime spot of downtown real estate could have it – for free.
FARGO – Monsignor John Thomas Folda, the newly appointed bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Fargo, said this morning he was impressed by the “strong stand for life” North Dakota lawmakers took in passing anti-abortion Legislation that has been the talk of the nation.
FARGO - Two large construction projects are going up on the north edge of Fargo.
One, a Prinsco Inc. facility that is nearing completion at 4141 37th St. N., will manufacture high-density plastic pipe products for use in water management, including many products for the agricultural market.
The other project is a large warehouse taking shape just to the east of the Prinsco plant.
FARGO - With the arrival of spring, it won’t be long before steaks and burgers start sizzling and popping on backyard grills.
But be aware: A cloud in the shape of high beef prices may cast a shadow on the warm-weather pastime.
For North Dakota to attract, retain workers, it must improve options, she says
FARGO – Affordable housing is one of North Dakota’s most pressing needs, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, said Friday in Fargo.
WASHINGTON – North Dakota’s freshman Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp said Friday she supports marriage equality for same-sex partners, making her the highest-profile elected official in the state to back gay marriage.
BUFFALO, N.D. - North Dakota farmers can grow their bottom line by nurturing more than crops. That’s the message from the North Dakota State University Extension Service, which has teamed up with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Service to offer a program called “Marketing Agritourism Online.”
FARGO – Crews this week demolished a former McDonald’s restaurant on Fargo’s North Broadway to make room for a 24-unit apartment building.
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