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Impact of North Dakota Oil Drilling Reaching St. Cloud [AUDIO]

ST. CLOUD - Oil is a multi-billion dollar business, and it's growing rapidly just to the west of us.

The River's Edge Convention Center played host to a talk on the economic and employment impact of oil drilling in North Dakota on Thursday

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CENTRAL MN MADE: Clock Maker in Dassel Leads the Pack Around Nation [AUDIO, PHOTOS]

Today on "Made in Central Minnesota," we're taking a look at an extremely unique company - American Time and Signal in Dassel. They're one of a small handful of companies around the country that designs and manufactures the synchronized clock systems.

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Century of Business, Strong Future to be Recognized in St. Cloud [AUDIO]

Area leaders will celebrate 100 years of strong central Minnesota business on Thursday. The Better Business Bureau is bringing their "Centennial Luncheon" event to the Atwood Memorial Center.

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Technology Summit Brings Local Leaders Together for Speaker, Workshop [AUDIO]

Local business and non-profit leaders are gathered at the River's Edge Convention Center Tuesday to discuss the importance of using technology to creatively solve problems and grow organizations.

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Toys R Us Weighs in On Hot Selling Toys for Season [VIDEO]

It's hard to believe, but the Christmas shopping season will be here before we know it. With this in mind, one retailer, Toys R Us, has recently released their list of items they are highlighting as the year's likely top-sellers.

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CENTRAL MN MADE: Ogilvie Liquor Bottle Pourers Found Worldwide [AUDIO, PHOTOS]

A family-run business, tucked in the woods of central Minnesota, makes a product now found in 80 countries worldwide.

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Division Street Dairy Queen Demolished [PHOTOS]

The Division Street and 25th Avenue Dairy Queen has been completely torn down as of Monday.

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CENTRAL MN MADE: Local Woman’s Candles In Demand Here and Abroad [AUDIO, GALLERY]

We return with another installment of "Made in Central Minnesota," and this time, we're profiling candle-making entrepreneur Lisa Pfannenstein, owner of Briar Patch Primitives.

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Sammy’s Pizza Opens After Renovations

It's business as usual for Sammy's Pizza in Waite Park. The restaurant closed in June for large-scale remodeling after being sold by longtime owner Dick Blitvich.

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CENTRAL MN MADE: Locally Run DeZurik World Leader in Valve Design [AUDIO, GALLERY]

On today's version of "Made in Central Minnesota," we're profiling DeZurik, a longtime, flagship central Minnesota company that's quietly impacting major industrial activities the world over.

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