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What We Learned at State of the Cities 2017

January 12th, 2017 by Amanda Hofland

This year’s State of the Cities was an exciting celebration of all our metro cities’ growth, development, initiatives and collaboration. With so much great news and plans coming from each community, spirits were high and laughs were many as we discussed the issues with our mayors. Although the announcements were largely positive, there were moments […]

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2016-17 Leadership Class Unveils Community Change Initiatives

January 3rd, 2017 by Amanda Hofland

The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo community is known for many things, but two qualities that we take the most pride in are our innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, which is exactly why the LFMWF class spent their December session focusing on these topics. Graciously hosted at the FARGODOME, we started our day off flexing the innovative […]

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Member Profile: Healing Arts Chiropractic

January 2nd, 2017 by Amanda Hofland

If there’s one thing Healing Arts Chiropractic wants you to know, it’s that there is hope. If you have chronic pain, it’s not something you have to live with. The team there has success story after success story, and the positive changes they’ve been able to make for their clients’ lives is nothing short of […]

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An Update on the State from Drew Wrigley

January 2nd, 2017 by Amanda Hofland

Last month, we hosted North Dakota’s now former Lieutenant Governor Drew Wrigley for a special presentation. Wrigley stopped by The Chamber’s Premier Partner holiday social for a private address just two days before his final day in the office. He shared an overview of the state’s accomplishments during his term and offered commentary on what […]

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Eric Newell: Entrepreneur of the Year

December 1st, 2016 by Amanda Hofland

As most any entrepreneur knows, with great risk comes great reward, and that is certainly the case for Eric Newell, founder of Stoneridge Software. A long-time Microsoft employee, Newell left in 2012 to start his own business as a Microsoft Dynamics software partner. With a passion for business excellence and the drive to better serve […]

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Another Year for the Books! Thank You.

December 1st, 2016 by Amanda Hofland

The holidays are here, and it gives me pause to reflect on yet another incredible year at The Chamber. A year that could not have been accomplished without so many important people. First, I would like to thank our Chamber board—a diverse and impressive group made up of highly qualified, engaged and dedicated people committed […]

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Guest Blog: Breastfeeding Support in the Workplace

November 7th, 2016 by Member Contributor

By Michelle Draxten, Public Health Nutritionist, Fargo Cass Public Health In 2010, an amendment was made to the Fair Labor Standards Act requiring employers to support their breastfeeding employees. The amendment mandates that employers provide reasonable break time for milk expression and provide a place, other than a restroom, that is shielded from view and […]

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Facts About Fargo’s Air Service

November 2nd, 2016 by Amanda Hofland

As the metro’s only airport, Hector International Airport is a key player in bringing people to our community through air travel, and it plays a vital role in the region’s economy. November’s Eggs & Issues looked at this very topic. Shawn Dobberstein, executive director of Hector International Airport, joined us for an update on recent […]

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Young Professionals Best Place to Work: Gate City Bank

November 1st, 2016 by Amanda Hofland

There are many great places to work in the metro, but the winner of our Young Professionals Best Place to Work award believes in not just investing in the young professionals in the workplace, but also creating a better way of life. In fact, at Gate City Bank, 65% of the full-time employees in the […]

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YEA! is Underway! Welcome to the 2016-17 Class

November 1st, 2016 by Amanda Hofland

Last month we told you about our recruiting efforts in area schools and the warm welcome our Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) program coordinator, Katie Ralston, received from school administrators, teachers, counselors and students. This month, we can’t believe we are announcing that we have a FULL class! YEA!, Inc. sets a maximum class size of […]

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