reconstruction

West Fargo Celebrates Sheyenne Street Completion

The two-year project was a collaboration between the city and NDDOT

WEST FARGO, N.D. — State and city leaders, business owners and community members are celebrating the completion of the Sheyenne Street reconstruction project. The two–year West Fargo project is a collaboration between the city and NDDOT, estimated to cost a total of about $45 million. The project added lanes from 13th to 40th Avenues West and reconstructed the I–94 Sheyenne…

City of Fargo Celebrates Completion of Phase One of Main Avenue Makeover

Built in the 1950's, Main Avenue is one of the oldest roads in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — The city of Fargo is celebrating a major change in what locals call the SoMa neighborhood. That’s the area South of Main Avenue. It was recently gutted and reconstructed as part one of the Main Avenue Makeover project. “The biggest improvements are the infrastructure improvements that the drainage — some of the original infrastructure underneath the road…

Major Progress Made on Demers Avenue Reconstruction Project in Grand Forks

Workers poured 33 feet of concrete over the weekend

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Major progress is being made on the Demers Avenue Reconstruction Project. Workers poured 33 feet of concrete over the weekend. Construction on Demers runs from Third to Sixth Street North. Once that phase of the project is done in mid–August, Demers will open, and sections of Third Street will close for the next phase. The project…

West Fargo Mayor Rich Mattern: “We Have to Do Something”

The project is expected to take two years to complete and cost about $55 million

WEST FARGO, ND — Construction work has been approved to begin on the Sheyenne Street Reconstruction Project. “We have to do something,” Mayor Rich Mattern said. “We cannot wait years down the road.” The North Dakota Department of Transportation has given final approval for the project. The project is expected to take two years to complete and cost about $55…

“Part of Me Now: Living With Breast Cancer” Premieres in Fargo

There was a lot to share with this story and a lot of people had a lot of struggles after being done with their treatment and that cancer wasn't done at that point

FARGO, ND — “So it all started when my mother had breast cancer and she had a lot of support coming through and when the treatment stopped so did that support,” said Emily Gerhardson, the director, producer and editor of ‘Part of Me Now: Living With Breast Cancer’. Emily Gerhardson had never made a movie but she decided she had…

Fargo Park District Unveils Newly Remodeled Greens at Rose Creek

The golf course reopened after being closed for over a year due to reconstruction

FARGO, ND — It’s a hole in one win for Rose Creek Golf Course. The Fargo Park District unveiled the remodeled golf course and announced the re-opening of the full 18 holes and driving range. The course had been partially closed to the public since April of 2016 as it underwent levee reconstruction and renovations on holes eight through sixteen. Local…

Road Work Ahead of Schedule on 32nd Avenue Project

32nd Avenue South and I-29 bridge projects

The warm, dry weather has provided a major boost to crews working on the 32nd Avenue South reconstruction and I-29 bridge widening projects in Fargo. They have completed large portions of concrete paving on the west end of the work zone, over the bridge and on the east end. They have also finished grading on the east side of I-29…

Construction Underway at Fargo’s Bison Turf

Although a second floor patio is being built, familiar faces and furniture are on the way back

FARGO, N.D. — After being mostly destroyed by a massive fire, the Bison Turf is starting to take shape. Crews finished tearing down the parts of the building that won’t be kept. “I want to open it about ten minutes after they’re done building it,” said Bison Turf owner Pete Sabo. Sabo showed us a sketch of new Bison Turf…