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Black Water Customs is named after Lake of the Woods, which is known for its stained, dark-colored water.
The Apostle Supper Club, atop the Radisson Hotel, is one of only about 15 revolving restaurants still operational and open to the public in the United States.
New small engine repair business opens in Wadena, grand opening celebration planned for Saturday, Jan. 14.
Paid family and medical leave is a top priority for Democratic lawmakers in the 2023 legislative session.

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"People can definitely say, 'She's got the freshest meat around,'" Melissa Evan, owner of She Said Butcher Shop in Moorhead, joked on Saturday.
Perham's Silvermoon Lounge and Steakhouse officially has new owners as of Jan. 1. They took some time to introduce themselves to the community.
Needing to secure its own cold chain, JonnyPops develops Vortex Cold Storage at Austin, Minnesota.
The Perham-based company will make the donations, part of their Ka$h for Kau$e$ program, on Dec. 21 at Perham Lakeside Golf Course.
Significantly fewer municipal liquor stores, of which 177 are mostly in Greater Minnesota cities, are operating at a loss. They also posted their 26th consecutive year of record sales in 2021.
Spanky's Stone Hearth owner Josh Hanson announced today that three of the restaurant's tenured employees would be purchasing the business together, effective May 1, 2023.

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After keeping their compensation mostly flat in 2020, Mayo Clinic gave its executives big raises in 2021, with 26 employees earning more than $1 million.
The product “Death by Gummy Bears” sold at Northland Vapor locations in Minnesota contained 100 milligrams of THC per serving, and 2,500 milligrams per package — 20 times the amount allowed per serving and more than 50 times the amount allowed in a package.
Hard winters, drought, inflation and lack of tree growth have caused a nationwide shortage in Christmas tree sales across the country. Despite the shortcomings, some sellers in Minnesota and North Dakota say business has been great this year.

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