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Moorhead Center Mall Starts Indoor Street Fair

Those involved say it's an affordable outlet for artists who want to showcase their work

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Center Mall started its own indoor street fair that coincides with the Fargo Street Fair. Some stores are having special sales, and there are separate vendors showcasing their goods, too. Those involved say it’s a great outlet that’s also affordable for artists who want to showcase their work. “I think there’s a lot of really talented…

Red River Market Opens for Season

People love the food and community feel alike

FARGO, N.D. —┬áThe Red River Market opened up for another season, and there’s no shortage of things people love. “You’re eating fresh produce from the area, antioxidants, better for your immune system, but even more so it’s the sense of community. You see the same people, you know what you’re getting. It’s a lot of friends and family, definitely supporting…

CenturyLink Ordered to Reform Billing Practices in Minnesota

A spokesman says the company is pleased it could work with Swanson's office to agree on the order

  MINNESOTA — CenturyLink has been ordered to reform its television and internet sales and billing practices. Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson filed a lawsuit against the company in July for allegedly overbilling customers after quoting lower rates. A man from Blaine was quoted a base monthly rate of $39.97 for television service, but was charged a base rate of…

Bank of North Dakota Offering Low Interest Disaster Loans to Drought-Stricken Producers

The loan program is aimed at helping ranchers rebuild breeding stock and to pay for feed to sustain herd levels

  NORTH DAKOTA — The Bank of North Dakota may be making low-interest disaster loans available to ranchers dealing with drought. Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring estimates that North Dakota cattle ranchers have sold off about 100,000 animals in recent months due to drought. The loan program is aimed at helping ranchers rebuild breeding stock and to pay for feed to…