FARGO – A local company was among 65 U.S. firms that received a national award Wednesday for contributing to the expansion of U.S. exports.
I ransacked the piles of papers littering the dining table and my desk, dug through the kitchen catch-all drawer, pored through the coupon flyers, but couldn’t find it anywhere.
FARGO – An industry report this week that Fargo-based hotel developer and operator TMI Hospitality was selling its portfolio of hotels for $1 billion is “completely false,” said Lauris Molbert, chief executive officer of TMI.RELATED CONTENT
Moorhead - A new building visible from Interstate 94 caught the eye of Dianna, who asked this week’s “What is that?” question.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Christopher Johnson, executive director of the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center for just four months, said he is continually blown away by the support the organization receives from the community.RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO – A falloff in people seeking credit counseling and other financial advice has led to staff cuts at the Village Family Service Center.
FARGO – A planned Sweeto Burrito restaurant will not go into The Hub now, but other local locations are being looked at, said Kerry Fernholz, a partner in Starmark Hospitality.RELATED CONTENT
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.
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