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First solar array?

October 9, 2014 in Uncategorized

WORTHINGTON — Energy Concepts Inc. passed two of three hurdles Wednesday night in its quest for approval to construct a solar array just north of Worthington.

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GREG DEVILLERS: RLF comes up with an assist for Crookston

February 6, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

There is a simple reason Red Lake Falls High School doesn’t field a girls hockey team.
“It’s struggling with the numbers,” said Brad Kennett, the RLF athletic director and the school’s former boys hockey coach. “We just don’t have the numbers to do it. “But the girls we do have playing hockey are good players. They’re highly skilled.” Those Red Lake Falls athletes are playing with Crookston in a co-op. And the RLF players are putting up big numbers for a Crookston team that is 13-12-0 and takes the No. 4 seed into the Minnesota Section 8A playoffs. Crookston hosts Park Rapids in a quarterfinal game Thursday. Continue Reading

Elevator co-op getting new headquarters in Ipswich

January 10, 2012 in The Daily Republic

ABERDEEN (AP) Construction on the North Central Farmers Elevator’s $2 million corporate office building in the northeast South Dakota town of Ipswich is on schedule and should be completed by early March. Continue Reading

Farmers Co-Op collecting coats

December 11, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

ROCK VALLEY, Iowa Farmers Elevator Co-op is joining hands with the Center of Hope to bring comfort and warmth to individuals throughout the Siouxland area. Continue Reading

Wilmont-Adrian Co-op merger with New Vision deemed win-win

June 24, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

WILMONT Several months after the board of Wilmont-Adrian Cooperative began looking for an opportunity to merge or partner with another grain handling facility, work is now under way to make it a reality. Continue Reading

Man trapped, dies in ND corn warehouse

June 10, 2011 in The Dickinson Press

KINDRED (AP) A worker at Dakota Ag Co-op in the southeast North Dakota town of Kindred died after becoming buried in corn in a grain warehouse. Continue Reading

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