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The award was given during the Cloquet Area Chamber of Commerce's annual meeting and banquet Thursday evening at Black Bear Casino Resort. Frandsen Bank & Trust was named the Large Business of the Year.
“Is it essential? No, but is it highly in demand and something that people will continue to spend money on regardless of whatever else is going on," Living Art owner Chris Owen said.
The SkyPak could be used for many applications, from search and rescue to flying a worker up to change light bulbs or perform other maintenance on tall structures.
Making jewelry with rocks from the Northland “quiets my mind in a way that other things don’t,” said Ruby McCormick.

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Last year, four Northland startups were selected as semifinalists in the competition.
Wesley Vork, owner of Cars Towing in Cloquet, was honored for going above and beyond to help a AAA member.
Owners Dan and Sever Lundquist started at the beginning of March to prepare the Cloquet burger joint for the big day and ensure everything ran smoothly.
Know an essential worker with a story to share? Email reporter Melinda Lavine at mlavine@duluthnews.com or call 218-723-5346.
With demand for their services at its peak, Cloquet Animal Hospital has continued to provide care for patients through numerous hurdles.
Researchers say too many business owners didn't receive federal funds designed to help them weather the pandemic

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Fairhaven Farm's got the wood-fire oven. To build the rest, they're hosting a Kickstarter campaign
Ridge Top Outdoors owners Justin and Brittany Schuver's love for the outdoors sparked the couple’s decision to open the Bemidji storefront just under a year ago. 
After being closed for less than a month, Casino Pizza and Sub Shop will open again with a new owner and see its 40-year anniversary.

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