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Officials plan to build a $33 million hotel on the United Tribes Technical College campus in Bismarck to provide a training opportunity for students and to help support the school governed by the five tribes in North Dakota.
The fugitive owner of an illegally constructed building that collapsed and killed at least 377 people was captured Sunday by a commando force as he tried to flee into India. At the disaster site, meanwhile, fire broke out in the wreckage and forced authorities to suspend the search for survivors temporarily.
WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) — The value of building permits issued in Williston set a record in 2010.
The Williston Herald reports that the $106 million in permits more than doubled the 2009 record of $44 million.
A bill in the North Dakota House aims to end the practice of major school district, park district, city and county construction projects being built without public votes.
House Bill 1295 is designed to prevent construction of projects, like Fargo’s $43.4 million Judge Ronald N. Davies High School, without the approval of the people who will be taxed, lead sponsor Rep. Jim Kasper said Friday.
By Helmut Schmidt, Forum Communications Co.
, January 15, 2011
North Dakota State University received permission Thursday to seek legislative support to complete Minard Hall, the building that collapsed last Dec. 26.
State Board of Higher Education members received an update on Minard Hall and endorsed how NDSU is proceeding after the collapse.
By Amy Dalrymple, Forum Communications Co.
, December 17, 2010
After Jamestown Hospital’s building is through serving patients, it will serve another purpose: housing for the community, officials said at a press conference Thursday.
Although it has no new name yet, in about two years, Lutheran Social Services will use the current Jamestown Hospital building to house about 75 seniors in 50 senior-living units. The building will also house the hospital’s current wellness center and cafeteria as well as a chapel and possibly a child care facility, meeting rooms and a media center for both residents and the public.
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