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Ward 4 Councilor Emelie Rivera and Bemidji City Manager Nate Mathews spoke with community members on Wednesday morning about the progress of the proposed Railroad Corridor development at an event hosted by Launchpad Bemidji.
Paul Bunyan Communications recently announced that it will return over $6.3 million to its members in 2022.
A summer of construction on Highway 71 in Bemidji has begun to impact some local businesses cut off from the main routes of traffic.
All small businesses across the nation are tirelessly working to recover post-pandemic, unfortunately, many are not out of the woods just yet. The pandemic brought many more trials and tribulations in its wake that may not be evident in plain sight.

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The company expects to break ground at Keetac or Minntac this fall.
Jesse Novicky and Megan Thompson began their ice cream business last summer when they bought their first ice cream truck. Now, they are driving around Brainerd and selling frozen treats to the community.
Like many holiday films, the feature was shot in the summertime. Yes, that meant making fake snow — in Duluth.
Local business owners were invited to celebrate the new office space for the Bemidji Area Chamber of Commerce, now located on the second floor of the Mayflower building.
A jury had been expected to determine this month whether the former manufacturer of a dust remover product was responsible for Ashen Diehl's injuries.
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce stopped at Potlatch Deltic on Monday during its policy tour, and spoke with local business owners about working on employment shortages and tax burdens.

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Greater Bemidji’s Launchpad and Northwest Small Business Development Center will host a workshop titled “Buy a Business” from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 7, at the Mayflower Building, 102 First St. W.
Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated the owner of Twine & Gable on her new business, located at 209 Beltrami Ave.
Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated new mill manager Andy Craner at PotlatchDeltic Co.

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