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Rochester welcomes a new burger joint in town with Red Cow, which opened Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022. The owner, Luke Shimp, hails from Lake City and sees the first Red Cow outside of the Twin Cities as a homecoming.
Under the corporate name of Progression Building LLC, Joshua Grenell paid $2.8 million for a Rochester multi-tenant center at 2625 U.S. Highway 14 West on Aug. 1. That is where Grenell's Crossfit Progression gym has been based for many years.
It’s time again for Post Bulletin readers to vote for “The Best of the Best” businesses in Rochester.
Columnist Dean Swanson says in business, absence doesn't make the heart grow fonder; it causes panic.

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Rochester's local shoe and athletic wear outlet TerraLoco celebrates its 10th anniversary this month. Owner Tiffany Piotrowicz, who has been part of the company since 2013, reflects on the change and community impact the store has had in 10 years.
Med City entrepreneur Sarah Kirklin Pacchetti hopes to open Bloom Açai Café within the First Alliance Credit Union Center at 2483 Commerce Drive NW in a few weeks, possibly as early as the weekend of Aug. 19.
Cases of fraud or alleged fraud have caused uncertainty and mistrust among some consumers in an industry that relies largely on the honesty of producers, processors and packagers to maintain the integrity of the industry.
Fiddlehead Coffee owner Patrick Phelan has close ties to the war-torn country and found a way to help people there.
The Dallas Morning News published a story stating Rochester International Airport is one of five airports in where American Airlines might add flights, thanks to grants from the federal government’s Small Community Air Service Development Program. The airport confirmed talks about a Texas flight are ongoing, but did not say what airline might provide the service.
Columnist Harvey Mackay says studies show, a grin is a win.

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Gary Tharaldson, North Dakota’s successful hotel developer and owner of Tharaldson Ethanol in Casselton, North Dakota, describes how his company will move forward after the death of chief operating officer Ryan Thorpe. Tharaldson urges people to check in on others but said there was no warning at work that would have predicted the tragedy of Thorpe's death by suicide.
Lida Farm grows for Community Support Agriculture customers, farmers markets and food stands, with a little going to a local food co-op. Since 2004, the west central Minnesota farm has changed how it operates to keep up with the times and what they can handle.
Availability of labor is becoming tighter and more competitive. Officials of the Farmers Cooperative Elevator at Rosholt, South Dakota, describe how in the spring of 2022 they offered $30 an hour for truck “tender” drivers, moving fertilizer and inputs to farms, but got no applicants. They were grateful for local trucking firms stepping up during the vital period, but understandably at a higher cost for the farmer-owned company.

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