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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.
Lake Latitude boutique opened April 8, 2022, on Nisswa Avenue in downtown Nisswa.
HomeGoods would take the smaller of the two spaces in the renovated interior of the former big box store in Baxter.
The permit filed with the city of Baxter calls for dividing the former big box retailer into two spaces for tenants.

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Allon and Liz Loven have always had a love for escape rooms. After a recent vacation with some friends from Alexandria, the couple decided to open Copper Cat Escape Games.
Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer and Brainerd lakes area businesses dependent upon tourism could use all the help they can get after the coronavirus pandemic upended life as usual. So what are local retailers doing, what are they looking forward to, as summer starts?
We are experiencing a lot of bumps in the road. When I shared this article with a son-in-law, he said this reminded him of something he heard in the past. You get busy keeping your business alive or you get busy watching it die. We all need for you to survive. SCORE is here to help you
Merciful International Market opened April 23, in Baxter. The market offers a variety of Asian and African snacks and food products. Since opening, the store received with positive feedback and is eager to continue growing with the community.
Deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 31.
Gretchen Rogers, North Central Medical Supply president and CEO, said the company’s 10-year lease in its current location in Brainerd ends this year and they found the perfect location to build.

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Cuyuna Regional Medical Center clinic and pharmacy will follow with new facility in partnership with Super One Foods.
Jeremy Pliscott is the pharmacist in charge at Essentia Health and will be the manager at the facility. The public is invited to the open house throughout the day until 5 p.m. Friday, May 6.
Typically, Explore Minnesota unveils its marketing campaign as part of the kickoff to the travel season. This year, the campaign is called Dream State and is focused on inviting people to “revisit the magic of travel again as the world continues to recover from the pandemic."

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