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Wharam is starting "Do Life Health Personalized Precision Medicine" out of her home in Thompson, North Dakota, to bring pharmacogenomics to the region. Pharmacogenomics is essentially the study of DNA to determine how an individual will respond to their medications. The service is covered by Medicare and Medicaid.
Ben and Kristin Schlenske started their business, Let’s Go Webster, which they run out of the historic Webster School, with local families in mind.
The Grand Forks Herald sat down with The Toasted Frog owner Shawn Clapp for 5 Questions this week to talk about how it got its name, why its fried pickles became so popular and more.
The business, which offers boarding and day care for dogs, is set to open July 15 with an open house from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. July 13. Adoptable animals from Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue will also be there.

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The National Defense Space Architecture provides high-speed tactical data transport and supports the Department of Defense’s move to a multi-orbit missile warning, tracking and defense architecture.
Hagen, who has owned her dog day care business for 18 years this year, said she has had a waitlist for people trying to board their dogs since Memorial Day weekend. During the week there are scattered openings, but weekends are going fast. Her next weekend openings are just after the end of July.
The fair will be open Wednesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday from noon to midnight and Sunday from noon to 9 p.m. Admission is $7 for attendees 14 years old and up, $5 for those ages 6 to 13 and all children 5 and younger get in free.
One past loan declared uncollectable after pandemic-related issues; two other businesses receive start-up funds.
Green Mill On the Go is located within the Crooked Pint Ale House in Grand Forks at 1930 S. Columbia Rd. Green Mill On the Go is based on the Green Mill Restaurant & Bar brand, and features a limited menu compared to its namesake, the release noted.
DogWatch claims to be the only dog fence company running on an FM radio signal, which means owners won’t have to worry about another dog fence overtaking their signal.

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The new Thief River Falls craft brewery, overlooking the Red Lake River and a nearby railway trestle, opened on Wednesday, June 15.
Miller, 77, has owned Correct Time since 1988, but he has been fixing watches much longer. Day in and day out for more than 57 years, people have come to him with their watches asking him to figure out why they don’t work, to clean their exteriors, to replace batteries or a myriad of other things.
The council is expected to make a final approval for both licenses at next weeks meeting

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