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Downtown Minot business owner speaks on making tough decision to close shop


IRET moving bulk of operations from Minot to Minneapolis


Owner of North Dakota software company wins Small Business Person of the Year award


Parade of Homes shows off many homes to potential buyers


Mandan leaders hosts walking tour hoping to spur new business


Bismarck Larks looking to fill game operations staff


Unicorn Frappuccinos go extinct in Bismarck


Sweet Treats bakery making mornings sweeter for customers


Health care providers top employers in N.D.


4 Gordmans stores scheduled to close in N.D. will remain open


Main Street Minute: Zen Babyzzz


Small Business Development Center Day


34 businesses pass tobacco sales compliance checks in Minot


Starving Rooster Bismarck hosts soft opening


One Source Lighting downsizing


Minot pair honored in list of 'Top 25 Women in Business'


Bridal show sweeps through Bismarck


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