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Buckanaga Social Club is hosting a fashion show at Duluth Coffee Co.'s Roastery on July 21, and was accepted for their second showing at Rise New York Fashion Week in September.
Opened Tuesday, May 3, Loft42 Luxury Salon Studios offers a bright, modern setting for a wide range of beauty treatments in south Fargo.
Jess Azure, herself a licensed master esthetician and former massage therapist, recently launched Spadesso. It's an online booking platform designed for finding spa and salon appointments "today, tomorrow and the day after tomorrow," she explained.
"In North Dakota, 98.8% of businesses are small according to SBA guidelines and employ over 50% of the state’s workforce," writes Alan Haut, North Dakota's district director for the Small Business Administration. "I want to thank area small businesses for their devotion to their businesses, their trades, their employees and their communities."

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The SkyPak could be used for many applications, from search and rescue to flying a worker up to change light bulbs or perform other maintenance on tall structures.
Bell Bank has been named one of the Fortune® 100 Best Companies to Work For®.
While most of us sleep away the night, inside the bakery, the old just met the new.
Angie Schweitzer made a smart pivot from painting decorative signs to painting pet portraits, which has not only kept her busy, but has given many owners a meaningful memento after their beloved dogs and cats crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.
Owners Rachel and Tom Alderson say the soon-to-open StretchLab along Fargo's 45th Street South adds another wellness option for people who want to get more active but have been sedentary for so long that they worry about injuring themselves.
Owner Krystle Kvidt says she's happy with the move into her own building. "I love the area. ... It's great."

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Every weekday since early December, Heidi Ruff has come to Upper Midwest TMS in Fargo to receive transcranial magnetic stimulation, an FDA-approved, non-invasive treatment that has shown considerable success in treating particularly stubborn forms of major depression.
Researchers say too many business owners didn't receive federal funds designed to help them weather the pandemic
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The Moorhead company Ben Gleason and Jason Gilbraith founded over a year ago has found quick success with outdoor and travel enthusiasts across the country. “We want to build some of the best camper vans that people could get their hands on,” Gleason said.

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