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Another Year for the Books! Thank You.

December 1st, 2016 by Amanda Huggett

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 […]


We’re Behind Bresciani

September 1st, 2016 by Amanda Huggett

Dean Bresciani has been North Dakota State University’s president since 2010, and during these years, he has transformed the university into a nationally recognized institution for education, athletics and research. An institution that is vital to the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo metro, the state, the nation and the world. And his leadership and vision has […]


Big Changes Coming Soon!

August 1st, 2016 by Amanda Huggett

As we enter August, which is the last month of The Chamber’s fiscal year, we’ve got a lot to be proud of. We completed our first Young Entrepreneurs Academy class and are busy recruiting and planning for the next. We hosted our biggest-ever Women Connect and Voices of Vision events. We advocated for the F-M […]


June Primary Behind Us. But What Lies Ahead?

July 1st, 2016 by Amanda Huggett

My guess is that many Chamber members, like me, were tuned in to the news on the evening of June 14. The results of our June primary elections were critical for our metro and the state of North Dakota. As the results rolled in that night, there were some surprises. Most notably, the race for […]


Events to Educate Voters Amid Election Season

June 1st, 2016 by Tyler Fischbach

Election years are always an exciting time for our communities, states and nation. It’s a time to exercise our democratic right to voice our opinion and be heard. As we begin this election season with a primary election on June 14, I urge you to do your research on candidates and voice your opinion. Public […]


Now’s Not the Time to Pause the F-M Diversion

May 1st, 2016 by Amanda Huggett

As a chamber of commerce, it is critical for us to evaluate our priorities on a regular basis in order to best represent the needs of our metro’s business community. Typically, prioritization happens by ranking the issues in order of importance. In our case, there are two issues equally so important that we can’t define […]


April Message to Members: Announcing a New Agribusiness Committee

April 1st, 2016 by Amanda Huggett

I am incredibly proud and excited to announce the formation of a new Agribusiness committee here for The Chamber. Agriculture is, and always has been, an extremely important and integral part of our region’s economy. Today, the industry faces many challenging issues as they compete in the global market. We oftentimes forget the far-reaching impact […]


February 2016 Message to Members

February 1st, 2016 by Amanda Huggett

When I first joined The Chamber six years ago, we took a stance on permanent flood protection right away. Sandbags simply aren’t enough. There are certainly differing opinions out there regarding the F-M Diversion, and people are certainly entitled to their own opinions. The thing is, this project is designed to provide permanent flood protection […]


November 2015 Message to Members

November 2nd, 2015 by Amanda Huggett

About a month ago we hosted our Fifth Annual Meeting as the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber. It served as a time to reflect, celebrate and honor, and I think I speak for all of us at The Chamber when I say it was an amazing afternoon. Looking back at this past year, I am […]


September 2015 Message to Members

September 1st, 2015 by Amanda Huggett

I am immensely proud of the support our community gives to area military, and this last month was a prime example. Navy Week was another huge hit in the region. Fargo was just one of 12 cities selected to host this Navy signature outreach program this year. Events and activities included a Navy simulator and […]

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