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Individuals profiled this week include those ACLU of North Dakota, Alerus, Dakota Credit Union Association, Essentia Health, First International Bank & Trust, and SWCA Environmental Consultants.
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The $5,000 donation to the Minot Chapter of NDHOSA will support nine students in their participation at the upcoming International Leadership Conference in Nashville.
Company president Steve Burian says plans are to slowly grow his business beyond North Dakota, and with three decades of business experience under his belt, he is confident that will happen.

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Four business leaders answer a Prairie Business question for May.
Individuals profiled this week include those from Essentia Health and Interstate Engineering.
The statewide event is scheduled for May 19.
Insurance providers say they expect new business contracts to pick up even more in the future.
Companies say the benefits of having a downtown presence are many. It's good for business, they say. It helps spark creativity.
The company says it also has plans to open another facility in May in Fargo.

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Individuals profiled this week include those from Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota, Eide Bailly, Essentia Health, Gate City Bank, and KLJ Engineering.
The Northwest Minnesota Small Business Development Center will host free training events this month to educate on how to start a business.
Individuals who have stories or photos of veterans or memorials to share can do so with the company.

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