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Wind power at the fair

July 31, 2010 The huge blades of giant wind generators can be seen turning at several wind farms looming over the North Dakota landscape, indicative of a nationwide trend toward cleaner and more efficient energy. more »»

Bremer to close Berthold branch

July 30, 2010 BERTHOLD — Bremer Bank announced Thursday it will close its Berthold branch this fall due to safety and security concerns. more »»

IRS sets deadline for nonprofits to file to be exempt

July 30, 2010 Small nonprofits that haven’t acted to retain their tax-exempt status will want to do so before Oct. 15. more »»

PSC candidate proposes state investment in lignite

July 30, 2010 Public Service Commission candidate Brad Crabtree said Thursday that an investment by state government in coal technology could make North Dakota a world leader in production of low-carbon energy... more »»

Big Bagels expands into little Minot

July 21, 2010 Big Apple Bagels is coming to the Magic City to take its first bite out of North Dakota. more »»

Energy Park dedicated

July 17, 2010 Minot celebrated the economic activity being generated by tenants of the Great Plains Energy Park at a dedication Friday marking completion of the first phase of the park. more »»

EPA may halt oil activity

July 17, 2010 Rep. Earl Pomeroy, D-N.D., is asking House leadership to turn down any new regulations on hydraulic fracturing. more »»

Oilfield bringing new jobs to N.D.

July 17, 2010 North Dakota has long been known as an agriculture state, but when the subject of the state’s workforce is broached, oil has moved to the forefront in the search for workers. more »»

Overhead Door Company expanding to keep up with demand

July 15, 2010 The Bakken Formation has been a boon to Overhead Door Company of Minot, as new construction has given the company plenty of new busines. more »»

Oil-field inspection firm needs more workers

July 11, 2010 An oil-field company representative said his company has plenty of work but needs more workers. “We’re short of people. more »»

Buckle opening soon

June 7, 2010 Buckle, a specialty retailer that offers on-trend apparel, accessories, and footwear will be opening July 8 at Dakota Square Mall in Minot. more »»

Oil Permits

June 7, 2010 The following oil and/or well permits were issued by the North Dakota Oil and Gas Division for the weeks ending May 28: Development, 2,347 feet ground, tight hole, Brigham... more »»

EOG continuing to expand operations

May 31, 2010 One of the major players in northwest North Dakota’s oil patch is in the midst of stepping up its operations in the state, with no plans to slow down in the near future. more »»

First International Bank celebrates centennial

May 17, 2010 From a small, single-room wooden structure in the tiny town of Arnegard to the 21 brick and glass-encased multi-story buildings that dot the landscape of three states, First International Bank and... more »»

Berr-ific opportunities

May 10, 2010 Minot area residents will soon have the opportunity to purchase locally-grown fruits and vegetables while watching their children navigate a corn maze or find their perfect pumpkin companion when... more »»

Tollefson's celebrates 85 years

May 4, 2010 Whether it’s a new floor for the kitchen, a new furniture set for the living room or a completely redesigned bathroom, chances are good that you’ve spoken with a Tollefson. more »»

Not scraping by

May 4, 2010 The dust of numerous residential and commercial construction sites around town may put a haze in the air, but that same dirt-filled dust points to a crystal clear future for landscapers – one of... more »»

Green for green

May 4, 2010 North Dakota residents looking to upgrade their old refrigerator with a new Energy Star-rated refrigerator can still receive a $150 rebate through the state Commerce Department, but time is running... more »»

A bootie for your toilet

April 2, 2010 Ever try to remove or move a toilet? It’s a dirty, gunk-filled, watery job. more »»

Tech-savy Sleep Inn

March 19, 2010 From trying to navigate foreign city streets in the hopes of finding a place to eat or a nearby shop to pick up some forgotten items, to finding Internet access to do last-minute work on a business... more »»

 
 

 

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