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Moorhead Businesses Making Changes For Mask Mandate

A manager at Junkyard Brewing says she hasn't seen any trouble on the first couples days with the new policy.

MOORHEAD, MINN. — Businesses across Minnesota are adjusting after Saturday’s start of mandatory masks for all customers. At Junkyard Brewing Company in Moorhead, a sign is at the front door asking people to either walk in with a mask on or call in for curbside pick up. A manager at the brewery says she hasn’t seen any trouble on the…

Grand Forks Fire Department Gives Advice On Safe Battery Storage

Read the safety labels on the products you buy.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Grand Forks Fire Department is reminding people about how to safely store batteries and chargers. They say it’s important to keep your charging station in one location in your garage or shed and away from combustibles. Read the safety labels on the products you buy. Not properly charging or damaged batteries can overheat and cause problems….

Financial experts forecast coronavirus impacts on economy

Flynn Says UND Will Be Releasing Research Data And Financial Estimates For The Coronavirus Later Next Week

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The emergency declaration by President Trump and by both North Dakota and Minnesota are leaving businesses and people worried about their future. UND Economics and Finance Professor David Flynn says the virus is making some waves in every part of the economy. “I think we will be in for a period of volatility whether you wanna…

Fargo Community Opens New Home Decor Business Dash & White

A Fargo business is opening its doors and providing a different kind of experience for customers.

FARGO N.D. — A Fargo business is opening its doors and providing a different kind of experience for customers. Dash And White is right off the corner 45th street and 32nd avenue south in Fargo. It’s a home decor store with a focus on dining entertainment. The dream of creating a store like this has been a long time coming….

ND Businesses Excited To Open Early on Sunday

Buisnesses will no longer be required to wait till noon to open

FARGO N.D – Some retailers are going to be opening up earlier starting on Sunday. It’s because the state’s Blue Law not allowing businesses to be open from midnight to noon has been repealed. The goal is to allow businesses the opportunity to decide for themselves when they want to open. The law had been in place since the early…