Wolfchild’s message is the Dakota people didn’t cause the war.
Minnesota Department of Transportation faces were grim a few years ago. My colleague, Mike Edgerly and I sat in an agency conference room with MnDOT bosses and asked about some sobering numbers. Their efforts to recruit and find women and people of color for road and bridge projects were falling short. Not just once, but Read more →
The Air Force launched it’s first Global Hawk unmanned aircraft from the Grand Forks airbase this week.
Building permit activity in the Fargo Moorhead area this year is the highest it’s been since 2007.
Members of Congress are asking questions this week about domestic use of unmanned aircraft systems.
A group trying to save the Regional Treatment Center in Fergus Falls hope 1,200 people show up on Saturday for an event designed to draw attention to efforts to save the historic building from the wrecking ball.
With a tax-package set to expire in less than six months, Congress and the White House are in a debate over whichincome groups should continue to get breaks. If the deadlock endures, and a compromise isn’t agreed to, middle-class Minnesotans could see their taxes go up by more than $1,200 next year.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently approved restricted airspace in North Dakota for unmanned military aircraft testing.
Designers have completed much of the work on the first four-mile section of the 36-mile diversion ditch, which is designed to reduce flood risk for Fargo Moorhead.
A working group of environmentalists, business leaders and state employees spent the past two years trying to come up with recommendations to improve regulation of toxic chemicals.