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Attention, coffee lovers

Patrons of the Mountain Mudd coffee kiosks in Grand Forks will notice some changes starting Monday. The kiosk located in front of Hugo's on Columbia Road will reopen that day under new ownership. Shane Luck and Sandi Geddes-Luck, who purchased th...

Patrons of the Mountain Mudd coffee kiosks in Grand Forks will notice some changes starting Monday.

The kiosk located in front of Hugo's on Columbia Road will reopen that day under new ownership. Shane Luck and Sandi Geddes-Luck, who purchased the kiosk, said the operating hours will be 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the weekend.

They also purchased the kiosk in front of the Hugo's on South Washington. That location will remain closed until sometime this spring, when it likely will be moved to another location.

- Herald staff report

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