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Business Bits: Orton joins Sanford Health

- Ty Orton has joined Sanford Health Dickinson Clinic as its new major gift officer. Orton, who came to Dickinson in 2007 as the Dickinson State University men's basketball coach and most recently worked at the DSU Foundation, will focus on donor...

- Ty Orton has joined Sanford Health Dickinson Clinic as its new major gift officer. Orton, who came to Dickinson in 2007 as the Dickinson State University men’s basketball coach and most recently worked at the DSU Foundation, will focus on donor satisfaction and philanthropic investments in Sanford’s programs and services.
- Roers is adding another apartment building to the West Ridge area behind Tractor Supply Co., Nygard said. The area is zoned residential and the company plans to build single-family homes there as well.
- The Nevada Department of Transportation recently awarded Fisher Sand & Gravel the Phase 1 contract for the new Interstate 11 Boulder City Bypass Alignment Project. Leading the project is Joseph Miller, Fisher’s Nevada area manager and project manager for Fisher Industries - which is based in Dickinson and has operations in five states.
- Ryan Beck has been named the chief operating officer for American Bank Center. Beck, a graduate of Dickinson State University, is responsible for managing and directing the organization towards its primary objectives. He was formerly an executive vice president for the bank.
- Vaune Cripe of Dickinson has been promoted to Cornerstone Bank’s senior vice president and market president. She joined the bank in October 2014 as its market president. Cripe is a graduate of DSU and the University of Mary.
- United Community Bank of North Dakota, which has locations in the north central part of the state, is joining America Bancor Ltd., a multi-bank holding company headquartered in Dickinson. DeWayne Streyle, chairman and CEO of United Community Bank, announced the agreement on Feb. 5. He is retiring and will be replaced by Randy Conway, the bank’s senior vice president.

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