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Property turned into bed and breakfast

When David Radke first looked at the property at 246 S. Main St. in Falls City, he saw something most people wouldn’t: A bed and breakfast.

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Bringing the world to Dallas

Jeff VanElverdinghe’s engineering career took him all over the world, where he experienced varieties of local cuisine.

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Mecanico like a ‘backyard barbecue’

Ray Walter’s introduction to the culinary world was through his mom with cake decorating — when he was 8 years old.

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American Gas & Tech to name school after Fink

The man who sold the former Tyco Building in Dallas to American Gas & Technology will have part of the facility named after him.

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Coming attraction: Dallas Cinema

Former Fox Theatre undergoing remodel; to serve beer and wine soon

The Dallas Cinema, formerly the Fox Theatre, is gearing up for a fresh start.

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Ready-to-use office space

Indy Commons offers ‘plug and play’ for entrepreneurs

The old Independence Opera House is in use, but instead of dances or performances, it will be packed with entrepreneurs and business people.

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Forest River expands to Sheridan

From the vantage point of Jim Sieber’s office window, you see no room to spare on the production floor of Forest River’s R-Pod and Surveyor plant in Dallas.

Indy Cinema plans to sell beer and wine

Independence Cinema may offer select alcoholic beverages soon.

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The art of the tattoo comes to Dallas

Denise Allen decided it was time for a change.

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Find your ‘zen’ at new eatery

Dallas restaurant combines love of Thai food, sushi

The owner of Zen, the new Thai and sushi restaurant in Dallas, wasn’t expecting to be so busy so soon.

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Emporium evolves from bazaar to full-scale business

The idea went from a weekend holiday bazaar to a month-long holiday market to a full-scale business in a matter of months.

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Roadmap ready to pave its own path

The Rural Economic Vitality Roadmap process started in Dallas in September has grown up and is ready to forge ahead on its own.

Business briefs

Business notes for March 1

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Batteries to birthday cards

Dollar Zone owner David Dykes passes savings on to customers

It’s not all about the money at Dollar Zone 1, 2, 3, where nothing costs more than $3.

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Restaurant brings ‘hearty’ Hawaiian delights to Indy

When owners Jaysen and Sylvia Ridout opened their doors to the Keeaumoku Hawaiian Grill, located at 268 S. Main St., Independence, on Dec. 3, they expected a chance to settle in.


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