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Thomas Evanella

Thomas Evanella

Reporter

Thomas Evanella is a reporter for InForum. He's worked for InForum for over two years, primarily reporting on business news. Reach him at tevanella@forumcomm.com or by calling 701-353-8363. Follow him on Twitter @ThomasEvanella.

RECENT ARTICLES BY THOMAS EVANELLA
The growth of online shopping and its effect on local taxes was a cause for concern among civic leaders. New research has shown those concerns are largely unfounded.

The new incentive offers $500 to employees who have received the COVID-19 vaccine or have secured a medical or religious exemption from vaccination.
Active cases fell by 112 from Wednesday's figure. Fargo's Cass County continued to lead the state in the category, with 781 active cases.
The Dakota Nation Sportsbook is set to feature a “Vegas-style” lounge with large televisions, leather seats with cell phone charging stations, a limited menu, drinks and a “massive” wall-to-wall video screen.
The new policy will apply to all employees, even those working remotely. The company had previously allowed employees to be vaccinated or submit to COVID-19 testing.
Blockchain.com has handled more than $1 trillion worth of cryptocurrency transactions and one-third of all Bitcoin network transactions.
Vantis, which is currently testing its network in western North Dakota and rolling out the technology in the Red River Valley, chose Thales to phase in communications and surveillance infrastructure.
The revised requirements are expected to reduce home construction costs in Minnesota and make the state more competitive when it comes to attracting new residents.
Armstrong, who is self-isolating in North Dakota, said he plans to vote by proxy, saying upcoming votes "are simply too important to miss."
"When North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum first announced his candidacy for governor, he said he 'is not a politician.' He sure sounds like a politician now," writes columnist Jim Shaw.
The Amazon Fulfillment Center in north Fargo is the size of 22 football fields and is set to begin operations Sunday, Sept. 19. Take a look inside the massive warehouse with reporter Thomas Evanella and videographer Chris Flynn.