Beyond Shelter is putting together a "Plan B" to build about half of its originally planned apartments on the former South University Kmart site; Milton Earl Apartments would get $300,000 to bridge funding gap so construction can begin.
According to Jeremy Gorden, transportation engineer with the city of Fargo, over the next six to nine months the corridor study will eventually address the question of whether the city of Fargo should consider reverting University Drive and 10th Street back into two-way streets.
Jesse Novicky and Megan Thompson began their ice cream business last summer when they bought their first ice cream truck. Now, they are driving around Brainerd and selling frozen treats to the community.
Prior to the expulsion of former Rep. Luke Simons over harassment allegations last year, leaders on both sides of the aisle said there were loopholes in the Legislature's harassment policy that could be ironed out.
Work needed at the new clinic location in Moorhead includes replacement of an outdated heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. The new site will also need a security system with cameras and motion detectors.
Attorney Zorislav Leyderman wrote in his civil complaint against the city and an unidentified officer referred to as J. Doe that the woman was shot after officers moved to disperse her group of peaceful protesters.
Emergency medical personnel performed lifesaving measures at the scene before the boy was taken to HCMC for further treatment.
The driver was not injured and was not under the influence of alcohol, the state patrol said.
The hearing will be held at noon Central time, the committee said in a statement on Monday. A spokesperson for the House Jan. 6 select committee had no comment on the focus of Tuesday's hearing or witnesses who will testify.
North Dakota authorities have deemed Clifford Rockwell Moody as having a high risk of re-offending. He is a lifetime registrant.
The site, formerly U.S. Forest Service land, will continue to be open to cattle grazing.
Leaders of the Group of Seven major democracies, meeting at a German alpine resort, said they would keep sanctions on Russia for as long as necessary and intensify international pressure on President Vladimir Putin's government and its ally Belarus.