FARGO – North Dakota’s bulging budget surplus produced in part by the oil bonanza has sparked interest in ballot drives for spending initiatives or tax cuts.
FARGO – A former Country Kitchen is being remodeled and will serve as the new home for a St. Sophie’s mental health clinic on the south side. St. Sophie’s, a psychiatric and addiction counseling provider, soon will move to the building occupied by a Country Kitchen at 3201 33rd St. S., near 32nd Avenue South and Interstate 29.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A real estate economist believes farmland is not at risk of becoming a “bubble” and will continue to be a solid investment.
MOORHEAD - Robert “Bob” Litherland dispensed countless Dilly Bar ice cream snacks from behind the counter of Moorhead’s Dairy Queen. But the man who helped popularize the Dilly Bar, and was present for its invention, didn’t especially like the ice cream treat he helped market to the masses.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Increasing demand for health care services and new provisions under the Affordable Care Act will combine to drive up insurance costs for many individuals and small groups next year.
FARGO – Noridian Healthcare Solutions is embroiled in legal action with a Florida firm over disputes involving the two firms’ efforts to establish an online health insurance marketplace for the state of Maryland.
FARGO – The first hearing of a federal task force examining the impact of violence on American Indian children will convene Dec. 9 in Bismarck.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – A Sanford Health delegation will travel to China on Thursday to mark the opening of its first World Clinic there and to discuss expansion plans for future clinics.
FARGO – Paul Richard, who has long served as Sanford’s top lawyer, has been named to head the Sanford Medical Center here effective Dec. 1.RELATED CONTENT
Large hotel, convention center proposed adjacent to Sanford Medical Center under construction in south Fargo
FARGO – A large hotel and convention center is planned to be built near the new Sanford Medical Center under construction.RELATED CONTENT
The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference is quickly becoming Big Man Central.
Fanatical Concordia golfer eyes nationals
Drew Dvorak had his mind made up to attend Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference golf power St. John’s.
Dean Berry had his career all mapped out. The Mayville State graduate and former Comets baseball player and assistant was prepared to stick around Mayville, N.D., for good.
Jamestown wrestling coach Cisco Cole at one point didn’t support the idea of women competing in his sport.
Concordia earned a significant victory last week. The decision was made to end discussion of creating a new division or subdivision to deal with the steady growth of NCAA Division III.
Duane Siverson couldn’t contain his emotions Tuesday as he walked to the bench after his Concordia men’s basketball team’s Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first-round playoff loss at Memorial Auditorium. Siverson had been preparing for this moment since he announced in January that he would retire at the end of the season, but the finality of the situation was overwhelming.
When athletic director Al Bortke arrived at the University of Mary in Bismarck in 1973, the Marauders offered just one sport (men’s basketball) and had no major national affiliation with the NAIA or NCAA.
Jeff Trumbauer’s first season as head coach of the Jamestown College men’s basketball team could have been considered a disappointment.
Minnesota State University Moorhead football coach Damon Tomeo jokingly started a competition with his staff this season to see who could log the most miles while recruiting.
The Minnesota State University Moorhead women’s swimming and diving team has made another leap in its effort to become one of the elite NCAA Division II programs in the country.