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REGIONAL BUSINESS BRIEFS: Travelodge sold...HTC meeting planned

Travelodge sold The Travelodge Motel at 2100 S. Washington St. in Grand Forks has been sold by Ernie Gregoire to JBG Hotels of East Grand Forks. The new owners plan to refurbish the motel and retain the present staff. The Travelodge Motel was for...

Travelodge sold

The Travelodge Motel at 2100 S. Washington St. in Grand Forks has been sold by Ernie Gregoire to JBG Hotels of East Grand Forks. The new owners plan to refurbish the motel and retain the present staff.

The Travelodge Motel was formerly the North Star Inn, which housed 21,700 volunteers during the 1997 flood.

HTC meeting planned

Halstad Telephone Co. will hold its 105th annual meeting along with a customer appreciation event beginning at 5:30 p.m. June 17 at the Norman County West High School in Halstad, Minn.

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HTC members in Halstad, Shelly, Nielsville, Climax, Fisher and Bygland, Minn., and Hillsboro, N.D., will vote for directors from the Climax, Fisher and Hillsboro exchanges. Director candidates are Brad Erickson and Duane Evenson from Climax; Monte Ruch and Steve Williams from Fisher; and Dan Christianson from Hillsboro.

For more information, call (701) 636-2657 or e-mail teran@hometownaditude.com .

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