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Stark Development Corporation is holding weekly drawings for shoppers who bring in receipts from local businesses.
The Fargo-based company will make its first expansion into the Sioux Falls television market, which covers roughly half of South Dakota and parts of Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska.
"Any company tied to Trump and his various projects since leaving the White House will likely attract a lot more free publicity, which in most cases is no bad thing for their stock price."
The shift away from COVID lockdown has been a welcome change throughout the long-term care industry in particular.
Around the region, local grocers are reporting higher turkey prices as Thanksgiving sales start to increase, and sellers and producers alike agree avian influenza is a contributing factor.
Beyond the No. 4 overall ranking, Sanford Health specifically ranked No. 1 among nonprofit groups, best in health care and first for businesses headquartered in South Dakota.

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"It's great for our state to say, hey, we have 1.7% unemployment," said Phil Davis of Job Service North Dakota. "But it's bad for employers right now who don't have a lot to pick from.
"We know that reckless, profit-driven dispensing practices fueled the crisis; but ... with better systems in place and proper heeding of red flag warnings, pharmacies can play a direct role in reducing opioid abuse and in saving lives."
North Dakota securities regulators continue to investigate what they say are multiple violations of securities laws involving investment of $17.7 million in limited liability companies controlled by financial advisory firm Jamieson Capital Financial.

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