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Wild Bill's Sports Saloon permanently closes its Grand Forks location

The business, which opened its doors in Grand Forks in 2013 before expanding to Fargo and parts of Minnesota, announced the closing via the website for its Grand Forks location.

Wild Bill's Sports Saloon in Grand Forks
Wild Bill's Sports Saloon in Grand Forks.
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GRAND FORKS — Wild Bill’s Sports Saloon in Grand Forks has permanently closed its doors.

The business, which opened its doors in Grand Forks in 2013 before expanding to Fargo and parts of Minnesota, announced the closing via the website for its Grand Forks location.

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“It is with sincere regret that we inform you that the Wild Bill's Sports Saloon location in Grand Forks has closed permanently,” the statement reads. “Due to continued labor constraints, we cannot provide the legendary food and service that we expect to give our guests. It is our hope to find a local owner operator who can provide the time and attention to building a business that flourishes at this location. Thank you to all our guests and loyal employees who have been by our side over the years. We appreciate you all so much.”

Management was unavailable to be reached for comment.

Jacob Holley joined the Grand Forks Herald as its business reporter in June 2021.

Holley's beat at the Grand Forks Herald is broad and includes a variety of topics, including small business, national trends and more.

Readers can reach Holley at jholley@gfherald.com.Follow him on Twitter @JakeHolleyMedia.
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