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More than 250 people could live in the apartments, and the project is planned to keep popular restaurants in place and running in the ground floor commercial spaces, the developer says.
Holland's landscaping and garden center will open at 420 N. University Drive in the spring of 2023.
The Forum set out to answer an intriguing question: What are the oldest restaurants in the Fargo-Moorhead area that still exist today? You might be surprised at what we learned.
The plant will be able to process up to 42 million bushels of soybeans per year into crude degummed soybean oil, meal and hulls. CEO Dennis Egan says soybean oil will likely go into the renewable diesel industry, while the meal will go into the livestock industry.

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A first-of-its-kind study highlighted Monday at the North Dakota Capitol showed an $18.8 billion direct output from agriculture, as well as $12 billion secondary output in North Dakota. The industry also supports 43,060 direct jobs and 67,420 secondary jobs.
The five-story building, with a mix of commercial space, apartments and heated parking, is planned to replace the aging South Plaza mall.
Michael Olson took over ownership of Altony's Neighborhood Italian Cafe and Wine Bar roughly two weeks ago. He is currently using GoFundMe to fundraise for improvements and to keep the lights on. “It’s kind of a way to keep us from closing so I can make the rent, pay for the food, the electricity, the gas and pay our employees,” he said.
When a fire destroyed much of the dining area of the Ranch House in 2000, the community of Fullerton, North Dakota, took over the building to keep the restaurant running. But the restaurant is closing until new management can be found.
Bankruptcy filings from the past week in all of North Dakota and Becker, Clay, Douglas, Grant, Hubbard, Mahnomen, Norman, Otter Tail, Polk, Traverse, Wadena and Wilkin counties in Minnesota.
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What exactly is boudoir photography all about? As Tammy Swift explains in this episode of our Business Beat podcast, it's nothing naughty. Rather, it's about personal empowerment.
Calgary, Alberta-based TC is widely known for its Keystone oil pipeline, a critical artery for moving Canadian oil to U.S. refiners that dominated headlines over the past decade for an expansion that ultimately failed. But moving natural gas around the United States, Canada and Mexico is the bigger part of TC's business.
With some creativity, consumers can reach their life goals, despite inflation and high interest rates.

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