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Edie Ramstad operates Weave Got Maille, a wholesale and retail chainmaille jewelry supply company in Ada, Minn. 
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Minnesota maille business a ringing success
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AROUND TOWN: Stores enter e-cig biz
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Breanna Hendrickson, right, and Brianna Aalto play with dogs at The Woof Room in Roseville, Minn. Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The dog daycare business will feel the impact of the minimum wage law recently passed in Minnesota as the majority of its employees will be required to receive a pay increase.
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A workman who pokes his head out of the bleachers where one of the boards has been removed talks with a co-worker as they start to disassemble the bleachers Saturday, April 12, 2014, at the Bison Sports Arena. The $34 million renovation is under way on the North Dakota State University campus. The wood is being salvaged and sold for other purposes. Dave Wallis / The Forum
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Mentors available for older entrepreneurs
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A collection of arrowheads discovered at a summer camp on the Iron Range will be given to the Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe for permanent display. Submitted photo.
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FAITH MATTERS: Grand Forks church to host kids’ Easter party
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Martin Freeman as Lester Nygaard in the FX series "Fargo."
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Smaller offices are a way businesses look to reduce overhead by maximizing their square footage and creating open lines of sight by using glass.JOHN STENNES/GRAND FORKS HERALD
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