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FARGO—Stellar Healthcare in Fargo is moving. The clinic that opened in 2011 at 828 28th St. S. will soon open at 3274 51st St. S., just south of the Scheels Arena. The family practice clinic offers a wide array of services from pediatric to geriatric care, as well as providing services in the areas of anxiety and depression. The clinic plans to close at its current location on March 1 and reopen in the new location on March 5. For more information, call (701) 364-3660.
FARGO—Dawson Insurance has been named the 2017 Top Performing Agency for SECURA Insurance, a property and casualty insurance company based in Appleton, Wis. The award recognizes the agency met specific criteria based on premium volume, profitability, growth, retention and loss history. Dawson Insurance President Tom Dawson accepted the award at a ceremony held in January. It was the second time the agency earned a top performer award from SECURA. Dawson Insurance, a Marsh-McLennan Agency company, has represented SECURA as an independent agency since 2006.
FARGO—A downtown Fargo design firm, InterOffice, has been named the exclusive partner of Herman Miller furniture for all of North Dakota. Herman Miller has been making furniture for more than a century and is known for its solutions for health care environments and related services. In 2015, InterOffice was awarded the Herman Miller Healthcare line. Now, InterOffice will expand their services to Bismarck, Minot and all of Western North Dakota. InterOffice is located at 505 Broadway N. in the historic Ford Building..
FARGO—As temperatures warm and people start to watch for robins, there's something else that shows up with nice weather that's somewhat less welcome—home repair fraud. And it can be costly. The North Dakota Attorney General's Office recently filed two civil court cases that are pending against individuals accused of defrauding consumers, with the potential total restitution amounting to more than $20,000.
FARGO—TMI Hospitality is looking to possibly move its Fargo offices. The hotel development and management company currently has offices at 4850 32nd Ave. S. The space is leased and now TMI Hospitality, which was acquired last year by Aimbridge Hospitality, an independent company that manages hotels in North America and the Caribbean, is scouting other possible spots for its offices, said Frank Solano, senior vice president with Aimbridge.
FARGO—A nationally known economist who worked on Donald Trump's presidential campaign gave a Fargo audience his take on Trump's personality and performance as president during a keynote address at the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber's annual Economic Outlook Forum held Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the Delta by Marriott. Stephen Moore, who has written on the economy and public policy for the Wall Street Journal, said that during his first meeting with Trump he realized something unexpected.
FARGO—A Fargo brewing company that set up business in north Fargo three years ago is now looking to move into a larger space in downtown Fargo. Kilstone Brewing plans to establish a production facility and taproom at 222 Broadway, a spot currently home to Absolute Marketing Group. A message left with Absolute Marketing was not returned at the time this story went to print.
FARGO—If you were to sum up the message Josh Davies brings to employers and workplaces, it might be this: the more things change, the more they stay the same. Davies, CEO of The Center for Work Ethic Development and a speaker on the subject of work ethic, said there is a common misconception that the so-called millennial generation, people born between the early 1980s and early 2000s, just don't get it when it comes to things like working hard.
FARGO—KVLY/Gray Television is in the process of purchasing a second full-power television station that will serve the Fargo market. Jim Wareham, vice-president and general manager of Valley News Live, said it will be some time before the deal involving station KCPM, Channel 27, receives final FCC approval and the transaction is finalized. Once it is, Wareham said a decision will be made as to what type of programming will be chosen and what type of equipment will be necessary to provide the best coverage for the Fargo market.
FARGO—A toast is in order. Proof Artisan Distillers was awarded a gold medal in a recent national spirits competition in New York. Proof Artisan received the medal for its Glen Fargo American Malt Whiskey from The Fifty Best, an online guide to wines and spirits that relies on blind tastings by journalists, spirits professionals, retailers, mixologists and others. Proof Artisan's award was part of an American malt whiskey tasting, where 20 contenders were evaluated for the distinguished "Best American Malt Whiskey" awards for 2018.