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FARGO – “Brews on Broadway,” a pop-up patio featuring live music and beer, is now open at 409 Broadway, the former home of Schumacher Goodyear.
FARGO -- Ralphie May has announced a new performance date here after his show was postponed last month because of a controversial clip of the comedian telling a joke about American Indians.
Fargo, N.D. – A clinical drug research company headed by the founder of PRACS Institute is moving into the former PRACS building in south Fargo. Altasciences announced Wednesday the opening of Algorithme Pharma USA in Fargo.
FARGO – CoCo has come.
FARGO – Chris and Jamie Zink fit the definition of the “brain drain” – young, college-educated North Dakotans who left the state for job opportunities elsewhere. Following graduation in 2000, they headed for the St. Louis area, where both earned master’s degrees and worked. Theirs was a common story then, a sign of a dire future for the state. But that tide has turned.
Fargo, ND - While a late start and above-average rainfall have slowed crops, some local farmers weren’t too far from “knee high by the Fourth of July.” “I think generally that anything that got planted in a timely manner, especially speaking of small grains, looks actually better than we deserve,” said Joel Ransom, NDSU Extension agronomist in Fargo.
Fargo, ND - Several local nonprofits will be “beating the bush” for new funding due to a change in United Way of Cass-Clay’s criteria for awarding grants. Seven organizations that...
Fargo, ND - TMI Hospitality, a Fargo-based operator and developer of hotels, will be acquired by Starwood Capital Group, a global private investment firm based in Greenwich, Conn. Through its affiliate Starwood Global Opportunity Fund X, Starwood Capital would acquire all of the outstanding stock of TMI Hospitality from its employee stock ownership plan, according to a news release. The acquisition includes 188 hotels, the management company and the development platform.