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To recap: Asian company Fufeng Group has selected Grand Forks as the location for what is being called a “wet corn milling” facility that could consume as much as 25 million bushels of corn when it reaches peak capacity. The company’s new property is expected to take up a 370-acre site on the north edge of Grand Forks.
Brandon Baumbach has been named the North Dakota Economic Developer of the Year. Also, the EDC staff was recognized for a key local project and – earlier in the week – Becca Cruger and other contributing workers were given the 21st Century Workforce Award.
The purpose of the academy would be to provide a place for Grand Forks Public Schools students to get a head start on career training and explore high-wage career fields that specifically need more workers in the region.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following appeared in a special section titled "Greater Grand Forks Community," which published in the Aug. 29 edition of the Grand Forks Herald.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following appeared in a special section titled "Greater Grand Forks Community," which published in the Aug. 29 edition of the Grand Forks Herald.
Data show trend as manufacturing takes on larger role in Grand Forks' economy

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Interesting article in Saturday’s Herald about the Grand Forks EDC, LM Wind Power and the pandemic.
What more should Grand Forks Mayor Mike Brown have done about the growing coronavirus outbreak at LM Wind Power?
As we face the uncertainty of a global pandemic, we have been prompted to make unprecedented but necessary changes to our daily routines. Everyone must do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing and changes to community and business activities. North Dakota will rise to the challenge.

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