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Two sentenced in North Dakota construction fraud scheme

WASHBURN, N.D. – Two men accused in a construction fraud scheme in McLean County have each been sentenced to 15 months in prison and have paid more than $700,000 in restitution. Fifty-six-year-old Bartley Gorman Jr. and 27-year-old Sean Gorman, both of Minot, pleaded guilty to criminal charges, including exploitation of a vulnerable adult and construction fraud. An affidavit filed in…

One of Two Men Arrested For Theft Overnight On Construction Site in Horace

The other man fled and wasn't caught

HORACE, N.D. — One of two men found on a construction site in Horace overnight is arrested for theft. A Cass County deputy spotted the men, including 44-year-old Ryan Woodbury of Moorhead, shortly before 5 a.m. Sunday. Authorities say the men were in the process of stealing a construction trailer with tools inside and already had it hitched to their…

Redevelopment project planned for nearly abandoned Moorhead strip mall

CVS Pharmacy is the only business currently operating in the strip mall

    MOORHEAD, Minn. — An effort to revitalize a nearly abandoned building in a corner of Moorhead is underway. “It’s been kind of a tired corner for a while and so I think seeing some new projects, some new traffic drivers, an updated look is kind of exciting for everybody,” says Enclave developer Brian Bochman. An “updated look” of…

Doosan Bobcat Adding 100 Jobs

WEST FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota’s largest manufacturer is adding 100 jobs. Doosan Bobcat employs more than 3,300 people in the state and nearly 4.000 throughout North America, including at manufacturing facilities in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Headquartered in West Fargo, Doosan Bobcat manufacturers a variety of construction, agriculture, landscaping and grounds maintenance equipment, and provides attachments and services. Categories: Local…

Business owners are glad Main Avenue reconstruction project is complete

The project in its entirety took two years to finish

FARGO, N.D. — The final phase of the Main Avenue reconstruction project is complete, and that area is once again fully open to traffic. Rhombus Guys General Manager Drew Balstad says the City of Fargo did a good job of listening to feedback from business owners in the area. Since it’s a holiday weekend, he says it’s difficult to tell…

Main Avenue makeover project is complete

The final phase wrapped up more than a month ahead of schedule

DCIM100MEDIADJI_0402.JPGFARGO, N.D. — The two-year Main Avenue makeover project has come to an end. Main Avenue between 8th Street and the 10th Street South underpass bridge is now completely open to traffic. That includes Main to University Drive heading east to west. The University Drive counter flow lane is also now open to northbound traffic, and the shared use path…

City Of Fargo Asking Input On Major Construction On 32nd Avenue South

Engineers are hoping to start part of the construction as early as 2022 from 32nd Street to 22nd Street. The second half would go from 22nd to University Avenue Drive as early as 2024.

FARGO, N.D. — “There is a lot of asphalt that’s out there, some potholes and that’s really frustrating for the user so we start there. Even underground there is a sanitary sewer that’s been in for over 30 years, there is water mains over 30 years so even some of the stuff you cant see needs to be updated. So,…

Fargo’s Main Avenue reconstruction making progress

FARGO, N.D. — The Main Avenue Makeover project continues to make progress in Fargo. Crews are now working between west of the 10th Street South underpass to 8th Street South. They are creating sidewalks, putting in retaining walls and completing landscaping. Pedestrians can currently walk alongside the south side of Main Avenue. Pedestrian access will flip to the north side…

Construction knocks out power to over 300 in Fargo

FARGO, ND – Contractors doing construction work behind the Fargo-Cass County Public Health building at 1240 25th St. S struck and damaged an underground power line just before 10 a.m. Wed., knocking out power to about 350 Xcel Energy customers. The outage caused a loud noise that could be heard throughout the neighborhood. Xcel North Dakota Principal Manager Mark Nisbet…