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August 24, 2015 Shantal Borud has joined the Minot office of Ameriprise Financial Services Inc., as a paraplanner. Her office is located at 1111-31st Ave. SW Suite . more »»

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August 24, 2015 Hight Construction expands services Hight Construction, LLC has recently expanded their portfolio of offerings to include architectural services. more »»

Bakken briefs

August 23, 2015 Bakken boom fueled by innovators The Bakken boom was fueled by innovators who found ways to profitably extract oil from tight rock formations. more »»

Future files

August 23, 2015 They just keep drilling … Crude oil prices declined to a six-year low, approaching $40 per barrel as U.. more »»

Business people

August 17, 2015 August recipients of the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce Eagle Award Program are: Scott Armstead, Tires Plus; and Amy Lansverk, Holiday Inn. more »»

Rural Visionaries to be honored

August 17, 2015 Rural America is constantly evolving to meet the needs of a changing global agriculture economy, and a new effort is underway to champion the women, men and youth whose insights and influence are... more »»

Bakken briefs

August 16, 2015 Bakken refineries considered by Houston development company An energy development company from Houston is considering building four refineries in the Bakken, two in North Dakota and two in Montana. more »»

Future files

August 16, 2015 Grain prices dump after USDA jump The USDA shocked the grain markets on Wednesday when it raised its estimates for this year’s corn and soybean crops. more »»

Bakken briefs

August 9, 2015 Refinery proposed south of Columbus A California company has proposed construction of a refinery in Burke County south of Columbus. But a public hearing on a request by Ash Inc. more »»

Future files

August 9, 2015 Crude slides Crude oil prices declined to a four-month low on Friday, trading for a mere $44 per barrel. more »»

A family business

August 3, 2015 It’s not every day that you see an employee going out of his way to get ketchup and mustard for an elderly couple. more »»

Community Wish List grant opportunity launch

August 3, 2015 United Community Bank of N.D. opened up nominations for their new Community Wish List grant opportunity Aug. 1, 2015. more »»

Bakken briefs

August 2, 2015 Home grown Crosby trucking firm sold Gibson Energy has purchased T&R Transport of Crosby, the trucking company Ross “Chico” and Tonia Eriksmoen built from a single semi-truck in 2008 into a fleet... more »»

Future files

August 2, 2015 Dough won’t rise Nothing seems to be able to make wheat prices rise or even stabilize this summer as supplies increase, U.S. yield potential accelerates, and demand wanes. more »»

Minot’s Gourmet Chef named industry All Star

July 27, 2015 The success of downtown Minot’s Gourmet Chef has caught the eye of an industry trade magazine, which has named the housewares store one of its 2015 All-Star. more »»

MYP, MACF announce Magic 60

July 27, 2015 In an effort to engage community members in improving Minot, the Minot Young Professionals and Minot Area Community Foundation have partnered to create Magic 60, a microgrant program, as a vehicle... more »»

Business people

July 27, 2015 Mataya Lafontaine has joined Signal Realtors. She was born and raised in Minot and graduated from Our Redeemer’s Christian School. more »»

Business briefs

July 27, 2015 First Int’l expands, named to Top 50 First International Bank & Trust has expanded its operation to Bismarck. The temporary location of the Bismarck branch at 1533 N. 12 St. opened July 15. more »»

Bakken briefs

July 26, 2015 Tioga homeowners upset with developer More than a dozen Tioga homeowners are back to square one following another appeal to the City of Tioga for help in resolving issues with home developer KDAK LLC. more »»

Future files

July 26, 2015 Eggs crack into new highs Egg prices are soaring to new high values after an outbreak of H5N2 avian influenza killed more than 35 million egg-laying hens this year. A dozen eggs now costs nearly $2. more »»

 
 

 

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