Fargo -- A new advertising campaign touting the benefits of life in North Dakota and its robust job market will target workers ages 18 to 54 who live in 15 states with high unemployment, as well as the nation’s service men and women.RELATED CONTENT
Twice the same billboard caught my eye as I drove west on Highway 10. “ ‘Won’t happen to us’ is not an emergency plan,” the Ad Council message read.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - A nonprofit that will train individuals with autism spectrum disorders to work in information technology jobs is now recruiting its first group of specialists.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - A baseball set on each Sundog employee’s desk last year hinted at the change.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - This week’s “What is that?” question takes us to far south Fargo.
Fargo - In order to encourage entrepreneurism in Fargo-Moorhead, government, education and businesses need to provide support and then get out of the way.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Beginning today, drivers will notice area Stop-n-Go signs start to come down as Casey’s General Stores officially acquires the Fargo-based regional chain of convenience stores. Three area Stop-n-Go stores will not be making the switch to Casey’s, and instead will close.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - A software engineer with about five years’ experience, Blaine Booher is seemingly the answer to North Dakota’s workforce woes. He and his wife, who moved here from Cincinnati six months ago, will even be featured in a series of online videos meant to attract out-of-staters to North Dakota’s abundant job market.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Border States Electric breaks ground Friday on a new $18 million facility here.RELATED CONTENT
Simply Mac, the largest Apple specialist in North America, offers the same products and services as Apple stores, including live interactive displays and Apple specialists to assist customers.RELATED CONTENT
I was grabbing a carton of milk from the cooler at Cash Wise earlier this month when the gray-haired woman stormed over to me.RELATED CONTENT
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Last summer, my husband and I introduced our daughter to our, and America’s, favorite pastime.RELATED CONTENT
Anyone who meets my daughter inevitably comments on her big brown eyes. They are her most striking feature, rimmed with lashes so long she could star in a mascara commercial.RELATED CONTENT
Parents inevitably adopt a catchphrase, something they say over and over, like “When I was your age …,” “How many times have I told you …” or the ever popular “Don’t make me come back there.”RELATED CONTENT
For months, my daughter was a daddy’s girl. And I was insanely jealous.
It started when my mom, a grandmother of three younger than 3, declared she was never again going to buy a toy made in China.