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Reviewer Larry Prinz writes, "Like its forebear, the Crown proves quiet and comfy enough to drive, but the new hybrid driveline brings little driving fun to the equation. You can hustle it through the twisties, but there’s little reward for doing so."
Owner and military veteran Chris Partridge founded the Fargo DIY Garage in June of 2020. He was forced to close up shop in April, though he never stopped hunting for a new location. Now, he is co-located with Mr. Mechanic at 2320 2nd Ave. N. in Moorhead.
With four locations in North Dakota, Cal Helgeson, of Grand Forks, said he's kept roughly 2,000 broken hockey sticks on the ice, saving players and their families more than $400,000.
The last day of business will be Sunday, Dec. 4, for the eatery, which opened two years ago at the busy corner of Veterans Boulevard and 32nd Avenue East.

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Maureen Robinson used to help sweep the floors when her mom ran Moler's Barber College and she later worked at Everett's Barbershop alongside sister Chelsey Ehlen. But now Robinson has headed north: She's bought Trollwood Barbers so she can cut hair in her beloved north Fargo.
The labor intensive nature of the work, the length of time it takes for an evergreen tree in North Dakota to grow to a saleable height, and the competition from “big box” stores are deterrents to raising Christmas trees, said Tom Claeys, North Dakota state forester.
Cathy Scheibe, at 82, of LaMoure, North Dakota, continues with Toy Farmer Magazine, more than 22 years after her husband and co-founder, Claire, died. She talks about how the company is changing and preparing for transitions, about how markets for toy tractors and construction equipment have been unusually strong due to the pandemic and supply chain issues for new toy commemorative projects.
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