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FARGO — Gov. Doug Burgum on Monday, Oct.
FARGO — Already the snow from this past weekend's blizzard is melting from central North Dakota to western Minnesota, though the heavy snow that fell in some spots over several days will not soon be forgotten. Another storm that earned a place in the annals of local weather history was a blizzard that struck the region March 2-5 in 1966.
FARGO — Reports about small-town America dying have been greatly exaggerated. That's according to Benjamin Winchester, a senior research fellow with the University of Minnesota's Center for Community Vitality. Winchester spoke in Fargo on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the opening of a workshop that is part of the Western Governors' Association's "Reimagining the Rural West" initiative.
FARGO — Thirty years ago this summer a variety of researchers were brought together for an intensive month-long study of North Dakota's sometimes violent weather. Known as the North Dakota Thunderstorm Project, the undertaking included professors and students from more than 12 universities who were helped by numerous state and federal agencies as well as private companies. In some cases, people came from as far away as Greece, Morocco, South Africa and Jordan to participate in the project.
FARGO — Jake Joraanstad, CEO and co-founder of Fargo app maker Myriad Mobile, announced at the Wednesday, June 26, gathering of 1 Million Cups here that the company was changing its name to Solutions by Bushel, a name reflective, Joraanstad said, of how important the agriculture sector has become to the company's bottom line.
FARGO — Haley Dellaneva was around the age of 9 and attending Fargo Public Schools when she brought a note home from school that asked families to do what they could to help students who couldn't afford to pay for milk. The Dellaneva household took the request seriously. Haley Dellaneva scraped together some of her own money and other family members pitched in as well. Then they took it to the next level — they organized a fundraising event that centered on an annual motorcycle ride.
FARGO, N.D. — Dakota Specialty Milling began doing business in Fargo in 1969 when the company’s first mill was set up. But CEO Peter Matthaei’s family can trace its milling roots much farther back than that.
FARGO, N.D. – When Congress passed, and President Barack Obama recently signed, legislation reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank of the United States, you could almost hear a collective sigh of relief from many small businesses in North Dakota. And no company was happier about the news than WCCO Belting in Wahpeton, which had warned it might have to cut jobs if Ex-Im, as the bank is known, remained shuttered.