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"Other candidates said the former two-term governor’s financial success was because of his connections to rich people, has reserved $2. and the board has determined that by revoking their license, circumstances are varied,Several lawmakers confirmed that they’re aware the FBI is looking into Monterrey, Bank Stadium, adding that the perpetrators of the dastardly act would be brought to justice soon. they were dressed in different uniforms to create an atmosphere of intimidation to carry out their evil act, Minn. has many spent years honing her skills in knitting Norwegian sweaters weaving wall-hangings and table runners and making "skinnfell" a type of blanket made from fleece and animal hide that has been used by Norwegians for centuries"The Vikings slept under these" Forgit said pointing out the symbols and designs imprinted on the hides some of which could ward off evil spirits they believed"Would people have been able to live above the Arctic Circle without the skinnfell" she asked She’s doubtfulForgit who grew up in Grand Forks and is a Central High School and UND alumna showed and discussed examples of wall-hangings she created in the traditional "skilbragd" and "krokbragd" stylesOne of her krokbragd woven items is on display through Sept 10 in the Norway House in Minneapolis The exhibit is titled "Traditional Norwegian Weaving: American Reboot"Early exposure to these and other crafts ignited her desire to learn how to make themDuring college she traveled with her grandparents to Norway she said On that trip "I got pulled right in there (to Norwegian arts and crafts)"Her interest in knitting started early she said but blossomed when she was in her 20s"I learned to knit as a little girl" but after college she became even more interested in the craft she saidWhile teaching in Australia she was surrounded by "women who would sit and knit everywhere; they’d be on the bus knitting" she said"A woman there taught me to knit with a different color yarn in each hand That opened me up to Norwegian sweaters"The tiny white V-shaped stitch called "lus" which means "lice" in Norwegian and repeated throughout to the pattern of the sweater was used to give warmth and weight because it doubled the sweater’s layersBut long ago "there would be lice" she said "and so with these little white stitches you wouldn’t notice them"Her interest was further propelled when she took a weaving class at UND and other classes at the Vesterheim Norwegian American Museum in Decorah Iowa where a Norwegian teacher invited her and others to Norway where she taught them to make the skinnfell in a weeklong class"Eight of us went over there" she said "We worked Our little fingers were bleeding and calloused when it was over" But "I just love doing it It’s fun"The community of Bird Island a town of just over 1000 people in central Minnesota is 11 months into its venture to show how a rural grocery store can remain viable under a local ownership model and it has caught attention The community hosted more than 40 visitors on Tuesday — including small-town grocers from as far as North Dakota — to look at ways for rural grocery stores to remain resilient in the face of today’s economic challenges Sponsored by the Southwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership and University of Minnesota Extension the all-day event had the Island Market in Bird Island as its starPreviously part of the Maynard’s Foods chain of stores Bird Island’s grocery store was slated to be closed one year ago after efforts to find a buyer had proved unsuccessful"People decided we can’t let that happen” said Bob Diekman an independent insurance company owner in Bird Island "The store in town is the heartbeat of the town any town”He is now president of the board of a limited liability corporation — put together by a group of six community-minded investors — that purchased and operates the storeThe Island Market opened Oct 1 under its new ownership An 11-month run is too short of a time frame to make any bold predictions but the early signs are encouraging for the store’s future according to the new ownersThe store appears to be cash flowing Diekman said A lack of detailed sales records from previous years makes it hard to fully evaluate the financial performance he explainedThe new owners set a goal of increasing sales by 10 percent To date they are running 13 to 14 percent above the previous year according to Susan Peterson who along with her brothers Kevin Sheehan and Brian Sheehan are among the original investorsThey have greatly expanded the store’s inventory possibly doubling the overall selection available according to Diekman It means that Bird Island residents continue to enjoy access to fresh produce and other foodsAnd they have provided Bird Island residents with a greatly upgraded store New lighting new flooring a complete change in paint and color scheme and upgraded coolers are among the most notable improvements in the first year"We’ve not taken any money out of the store" Diekman said "The income is thrown back into the store" Diekman said the desire to maintain access to nutritious foods in the community was on the minds of the investors when they originally approached the owners of Maynard’s about purchasing the store He noted that senior citizens comprise a large segment of the town’s population and driving to big-box grocery stores 30 miles down the road is an issue for manyBut Diekman pointed out that the investors were largely motivated by their appreciation for the economic importance a grocery store represents to a small town They only had to look around at the dying Main Streets of other small towns to know he said"And it all starts when you lose your grocery store” he saidOne of their worries going into the venture was whether local residents would patronize a small-town store in competition with the big-box retailers down the road There was discussion that "loyalty in a small town isn’t what it used to be” said Diekman of the early conversations among the investorsThey are finding reason to believe that such loyalty still existsPeterson discovers proof of it nearly every time she shops Almost invariably someone will come up and give her a hug telling her how much they appreciate having the grocery store in town she told the attendees of Tuesday’s eventDiekman said the investors also decided to offer three classes of shares in the LLC to drum up community support through investment The offering was mildly successful he saidHe credits community support for making the venture possible at all "It wasn’t just us It was really a community project” he saidProfessionals in the community — including an attorney and accountant — are among those who still offer free services to the storeDiekman said they also continue to remind local residents about their stake in the store Lose a grocery store and your home is now worth 80 percent of what it was he said"Everybody has a vested interest in it” he said of the message to the community "We just have to get that out to the public They have to support their hometown”The speaker

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