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Coborn's plans new grocery stores for Minot, 4 other cities

07.29.2012

Minot

Coborn’s plans new grocery stores for Minot, 4 other cities July 29, 2012 Minot Daily News ST. CLOUD, Minn. - Coborn's Inc., a St. Cloud, Minn.,-based company, plans to build five new grocery stores in western North Dakota, including in Minot, now through 2014. Among the new stores being planned are Coborn's stores in Stanley and Tioga, which will replace the company's existing Food P…

Agreement clears way for Pheasant Ridge construction

07.18.2012

http://www.watfordcitynd.com/?id=10&nid=1738

Agreement clears way for Pheasant Ridge construction Posted 7/18/12 (Wed) By Neal A. Shipman Farmer Editor The Watford City City Council found itself stepping outside its comfort zone as it approved a development agreement with Bayfront Builders for the development of the Pheasant Ridge development on the northside of Watford City. During the council’s regular meeting on July 9, th…

Oppidan Current Projects

07.10.2012

Apple Valley, Minnesota - Retail Center Dickinson, North Dakota - Commercial Retail Minot, North Dakota - Commercial Retail Excelsior, Minnesota - Commercial Retail Plymouth, Minnesota - Senior Living/Retail Stanley, North Dakota - Commercial Retail Tioga, North Dakota - Commercial Retail Watford, North Dakota - Commercial Retail Watford, North Dakota - Pheasant Ridge Apartments Willi…

Fleet Farm moves into SW metro

07.07.2012

Star Tribune

Fleet Farm moves into SW metro Star Tribune A new Fleet Farm retail store opened in the city of Carver on June 28, the first of what city officials hope to be many businesses along a two-mile commercial strip of land on both sides of Hwy. 212. The complex on 39 acres includes a store, gas station with 27 dispensers and convenience store, and a four-bay car wash. City leaders said they are th…

Once skeptical, Oppidan joins rush to North Dakota

06.29.2012

Finance and Commerce

Once skeptical, Oppidan joins rush to North Dakota Posted: 7:30 am Fri, June 29, 2012 By Burl Gilyard Tags: CBL & Associates Properties Inc., Joe Ryan, Oppidan Investment Co. Minnetonka-based developer Oppidan Investment Co. is hoping to mine gold in the booming oil fields of North Dakota. Oppidan plans to invest more than $100 million to develop retail and apartment projects in the …

Woodland Hills Update

06.26.2012

Camping World set to pass the 100 store mark

06.25.2012

Camping World Set to Cross the 100 Store Mark in the Next Several Months * Reuters is not responsible for the content in this press release. Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:16am EDT CHICAGO, IL, Jun 21 (Marketwire) -- Camping World, the nation's largest RV and outdoor retailer, today announced that it is set to reach a new milestone in the company's history openin…

New School to Be Built in Woodland Hills

06.20.2012

New Waukee school planned in W.D.M.The Waukee school district received approval tonight to build a third elementary school in West Des Moines.Members of the city’s planning and zoning commission voted 7-0 to support the project. Site plans will gobefore the City Council Monday for final approval.Construction of Woodland Hills Elementary School is slated to begin this spring at the interse…

Waukee School Construction to Start

06.20.2012

Written by LISA LAVIA RYAN A couple of things can be counted on when it comes to the Waukee school district and construction: It’s always happening. And each new school looks pretty much like the one that came immediately before it. Superintendent Dave Wilkerson said there are a couple more facts that residents of the district can count on: Administrators are always planning constructio…

DEVELOPER REQUESTS CITY OFF-SALE LICENSE

06.13.2012

McKenzie Count Farmer

Posted 6/13/12 (Wed) By Neal A. Shipman Farmer Editor A developer, who is planning to bring Coborn’s Grocery Store, a Little Dukes convenience store and gas station, as well an ALCO and a McDonald’s to Watford City, wants the Watford City City Council to amend its current liquor license ordinance to allow for more than one off-sale liquor license. During the city council&rsqu…

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