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Inside Business: Kirkwood Ace Hardware Video included

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One locally owned hardware store is literally bursting at the seams and will soon be expanding to a second location. In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes a look at Kirkwood Ace Hardware. More>>

Inside Business: Epic Sports Video included

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Epic Sports is taking off the training wheels, as they recently opened a 7,000 square foot store located by the Memorial Bridge. More>>

Mandan Store Offers Homemade Goods

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A newly opened business in Mandan is aimed at making you feel at home. Gramma Brauns opened in October and replaced the "Buck Or So" dollar store. More>>

Inside Business: Gartner's Capital Shoe Hospital

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It's easy to find a place to buy a pair of shoes. But finding somewhere that will make sure you get the right fit, and then take care of that shoe down the road, is a lot harder. More>>

Inside Business: Roots Boutique and Salon

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If you visit Bismarck's newest hair salon expecting to find a typical hairdresser or a Floyd's Barber Shop, you might discover a lot more than you anticipated. More>>

Inside Business: Amish Country Furnishings

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Finding the right piece of furniture to fit a room's unique shape, size or decor can be a frustrating process. But, at Amish Country Furnishings, you don't have to settle for good enough or run of the mill. Owner Justin Schmaltz says the choices are nearly limitless when it comes to custom-made furniture. More>>

Inside Business: Puklich Chevrolet

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Elyse Puklich is not a stranger to the business of selling cars. She began working in the car business when she was just 14, much like her father did when he was a teen. And now, she is in the driver's seat, making some changes of her own.  More>>

Inside Business: Red Wing Shoes

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That's because the perfect fit is the heart and 'sole' of the business. But what is getting a little snug is the retail space itself. After 43 years, the store is set to expand, growing from 1,500 to 2,100 square feet, and it will also expand its offerings. More>>

Inside Business: Flash Printing

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Flash Printing opened it's doors in 1975. One small, used printing press built the business, helping it expand from one employee to ten.  But that's not the only thing that's changed, so has printing technology. More>>

Inside Business: Cloverdale Foods Company

Cloverdale Foods Company started in Mandan in 1915 as the Mandan Creamery.  Over the years, the company has continued to expand and evolve, and today it is one of the largest pork processing businesses in the upper Midwest. More>>

Inside Business: Scheels

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Scheels has had a growing presence in Bismarck ever since the Fargo-based company first opened in the city in the 1960s. Now, the store is even bigger. More>>

Inside Business: Building Renovations

This week, Jim Christianson features North Dakota's oldest law firm to talk about Law Day, celebrated annually on May 1. More>>

Inside Business: Vogel Law

This week, Jim Christianson features North Dakota's oldest law firm to talk about Law Day, celebrated annually on May 1. More>>

Inside Business: Annex 208/Right on Broadway

This week, Jim Christianson features Right on Broadway and Annex 208; two new stores that share the same main entrance. More>>

Inside Business: ACO

This week, Jim Christianson features A Creative Outlet; which isn't your typical retail store. More>>

Inside Business: Kates Fine Photography

This week, Jim Christianson features Kates Fine Photography. Kates has a storefront in downtown Bismarck and a studio in Mandan. More>>

Inside Business: Brady, Martz & Associates

This week, Jim Christianson features Brady, Martz and Associates; an accounting firm that started in Grand Forks in 1927. More>>

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  • Inside Business- CrabApple Floral Boutique

    Inside Business- Crabapple Floral Boutique

    Tuesday, March 18 2014 9:28 AM EDT2014-03-18 13:28:23 GMT
    New boutique businesses are continuing to sprout up in downtown Bismarck.  In this weeks Inside Business Jim Christianson takes a look at Crabapple Floral. New business ideas sometimes grow from small
    New boutique businesses are continuing to sprout up in downtown Bismarck.  In this weeks Inside Business Jim Christianson takes a look at Crabapple Floral.
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  • USDA Providing $3.1 Million for N.D. Specialty Crops

    USDA Providing $3.1 Million for N.D. Specialty Crops

    Thursday, April 17 2014 10:42 PM EDT2014-04-18 02:42:57 GMT
    North Dakota will be receiving $3.1 million from the Department of Agriculture for specialty crops. That's more than a 600 percent increase from last year's funding, thanks to the recently passed Farm
    North Dakota will be receiving $3.1 million from the Department of Agriculture for specialty crops.
  • Bullock Announces Oil Aid

    Bullock Announces Oil Aid

    Thursday, April 17 2014 8:09 PM EDT2014-04-18 00:09:58 GMT
    Today, Montana Governor, Steve Bullock, stopped by Culbertson to announce a $45 million aid package for Eastern Montana communities impacted by oil development in the Bakken area. Governor Bullock says
    Montana Governor, Steve Bullock, stopped by Culbertson to announce a $45 million aid package for Eastern Montana communities impacted by oil development in the Bakken area.
  • Dickinson Students Complete Penny War Competition

    Dickinson Students Complete Penny War Competition

    Thursday, April 17 2014 7:59 PM EDT2014-04-17 23:59:23 GMT
    And Roosevelt students weren't just fundraising for GABR today. They also finished up their Penny Wars competition, which is helping the Dickinson BackPack program.At the halfway point, students had raised
    Roosevelt students weren't just fundraising for GABR today, but they also their Penny Wars competition for the BackPack program.
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