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In my first column following the birth of my daughter in 2008, I riffed off the classic adage: "The best-laid plans of mice and mothers often go awry." Eight years later, and I'm still learning this lesson, this time with the help of a mouse. Mickey Mouse.
WILLISTON, N.D. -- The North Dakota Highway Patrol has reported one death and one arrest in two separate vehicle crashes on Thursday, Oct. 6, and Friday, Oct. 7, in Western North Dakota. At about 2 p.m. Thursday, Damon McLaughlin, 44, of Sidney, Mont., was driving a Ford F-150 southbound on Highway 58 when the vehicle entered the ditch and struck a utility pole. The crash took place 4 miles north of Fairview, Mont., McLaughlin was transported to the Sidney Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
FARGO – After the Mall of America announced Wednesday, Oct. 5, that it would be closed on Thanksgiving Day , West Acres Shopping Center said that this year, like always,...
This month, I added another candle to the cake. It wasn't a "milestone" birthday. It didn't end in a zero. They certainly don't emblazon balloons and greeting cards with "36." But I realized it is a monumental year for me, as I started to think about that number and the fractions related to it.
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FARGO—Nine North Dakota businesses ranked among the fastest-growing private companies on the Inc. 5000 list released Wednesday, including one on the exclusive Inc. 500. Leading the way is Razor Consulting Solutions, which was founded in 2010 as a part-time venture, meant to take on a project here or there. Now it ranks 145th on the annual list of 5,000 companies.
FARGO — Aldevron, a global biomedical manufacturing firm with headquarters here, plans to construct an $8 million production facility in south Fargo. The company is seeking property tax incentives from the city for the project. Fargo commissioners will consider the request at their Monday, Aug. 1, meeting.
FARGO - More than 700 donors gave blood as part of the 10th annual Battle of the Badges drive held Tuesday, July 19, through Friday, July 22, at West Acres Shopping Center. The event encourages blood donations to United Blood Services by pitting Fargo police officers and firefighters in a friendly competition to see which team can receive the most votes.
FARGO—The food court during this weekend's Downtown Fargo Street Fair will offer more than frybread tacos and footlong corndogs. Fairgoers will also be able to sample a free community Wi-Fi project two local businessmen hope will eventually blanket downtown Fargo.