John Hageman covers local business and Grand Forks' legislative delegation. Get more business news at aroundtown.areavoices.com.
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While national numbers decline, North Dakota’s cattle supply increased
Updated 11:44 a.m., July 14 A Reynolds, N.D. man was injured when he rolled his ATV near Thompson, N.D. Saturday night. Todd Landa, 45, was northbound on a Yamaha ATV...
More people are using their credit and debit cards as well as food stamps at the Town Square Farmers Market in downtown Grand Forks.
The trucks spraying a mist as they slowly drive through Grand Forks aren’t the city’s only method for keeping mosquitoes at bay. Rather, the roughly 30 people employed by the...
Two people were taken to Altru Hospital after a rollover crash south of Grand Forks Saturday evening.
The trucks spraying a mist as they slowly drive through Grand Forks aren’t the city’s only method for keeping mosquitoes at bay. The city spends about $840,000 a year for mosquito control, he said. It also usually employs upwards of 35 people, most of them being part-time workers, he said.
A new state report released Thursday shows North Dakota’s economy continues to grow. Taxable sales and purchases in North Dakota totaled nearly $5.7 billion in the first quarter of 2014, a 4.4 percent increase from the first quarter of 2013, according to the state Tax Commissioner’s office.
Jim Stockeland Title and company: President, Britton Transport Year founded: 1980 Number of employees: 135 Address: 1651 N. 48th St., Grand Forks Phone number: (701) 772-6681 Q. How did you...
Since the West Nile virus was discovered Wednesday in mosquitoes in the Grand Forks area, local officials are asking the public to take extra precautions to avoid being bitten.
The city of East Grand Forks is moving closer to restructuring its Economic Development and Housing Authority. City staff members have been in contact with the Northwest Minnesota Multi-County Housing and Redevelopment Authority about handling the city’s Section 8 housing voucher program. That federally funded program, which helps low-income people afford housing, is currently administered by the EDHA.