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By Ryan Schuster
Earlier this month North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed legislation allowing the state to expand Medicaid coverage to an estimated 20,000 North Dakotans who dont currently qualify... Posted on 4/29/13 at 9:41 AM
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For anyone wondering if the USHL would be making its way to Maine anytime soon, here's your answer.
USHL spokesman Brian Werger said Thursday morning the league has no plans of adding a team in ... Posted on 2/9/12 at 2:44 PM
New architectural designs and a detailed model showing the second phase of expansion of the North Dakota Heritage Center are being unveiled at eight luncheons across the state this month. The luncheons, sponsored by the State Historical Society of North Dakota and its foundation, will show detailed design concepts for the $52.4 million expansion project. The 2007 North Dakota Legislature appropriated $1.5 million for the expanded designs for the 97,000-square-foot-addition.
The North Dakota Historical Society admits its goals for an expansion to the Heritage Center in Bismarck are lofty.
“It is pretty spectacular project,” said Art Todd of James-town, member of the board of directors for the Historical Society. “With exceptional benefits for the people of North Dakota.”
If all goes according to plan, early 2011 will see the opening of a new, state-of-the-art Jamestown Medical Center.
Bill Kennedy, marketing director of Jamestown Hospital, an-nounced Tuesday the decision of the board of directors — with input from more than 200 staff members — to construct a new hospital rather than remodel the existing facility.
Officials in Dickinson hope to expand the main terminal at the airport.
Airport Authority chairman Tom Reichert says the $425,000 expansion hinges on funding from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Officials would like to start construction next spring.
West Fargo-based DMI Industries is adding 50 to 75 employees at its local plant in a $20 million expansion expected to increase wind tower production by 40 percent.
There are currently 350 employees at the West Fargo site. DMI Industries, an Otter Tail Corp. subsidiary, employs more than 700 people between its West Fargo, Tusla, Okla, and Ft. Erie, Ontario, locations.
The company is also expanding its Tulsa, Okla., plant capacity by 100 percent.
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