Coming Sunday: Road to riches -- or bust

Roads in downtown Little Falls see little traffic due to the construction, and local businesses are feeling the impact. Frank Lee / Brainerd Dispatch

Minnesotans joke there are two seasons in the state: winter and construction. But road construction can often mean the loss of or more revenue for businesses, and death for others.

Find out how downtown Little Falls businesses were affected by local construction this summer and whether the road work will soon come to an end in Sunday’s story by Frank Lee.

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