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Efforts to fill buildings in downtown Hallock, Minnesota, have been ongoing since 2014, and years of work are paying off as the last empty building on Hallock’s main street, Second Street, will be occupied later this summer.
It is more important now for residents and small businesses to remember that the best course of action to limit damage from natural disasters is preparing before the disaster hits.
One past loan declared uncollectable after pandemic-related issues; two other businesses receive start-up funds.
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.

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I want to thank area small businesses for their devotion to their businesses, their trades, their employees, and their communities.
The thrift store, which has been open for 30 years, is also no longer accepting donations as it prepares to close permanently.
Gerrells has been dealing with a supply shortage of virtually everything it sells — from equipment for team sports to something as simple as baseball caps.

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The Grand Forks Herald sat down with Brooke Flood, owner of 701 Shine, for 5 Questions this week.
The SkyPak could be used for many applications, from search and rescue to flying a worker up to change light bulbs or perform other maintenance on tall structures.
The Herald sat down with certified aromatherapist Caitlyn Malone for 5 Questions this week.

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