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Forum staff reports, Published April 16 2014

Inside Business: Family Wellness plans to open hot yoga studio

WEST FARGO – Family Wellness, the south Fargo health club, is constructing a storefront yoga studio that is expected to open this fall.

Family Wellness Yoga will be in Boulevard Square shopping center, west of Veterans Boulevard and north of 32nd Avenue South in West Fargo.

The studio will be designed to accommodate a variety of yoga formats and levels, including hot yoga. Instructors will be certified with more than 200 hours of yoga teacher training.

Access to programming at the new studio will be available to members of Family Wellness and YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties as an additional monthly fee with per class, multiple class or unlimited class options available. Per class and class package options also will be available to nonmembers.

Updates on construction and programming will be posted at www.facebook.com/FamilyWellnessYoga.

Sahr’s Sudden Service no longer selling fuel

FARGO – Sahr’s Sudden Service, one of the area’s few remaining full-service gas stations, is no longer selling fuel.

“It was just getting too expensive to buy it,” said owner Ron Sahr.

Sahr said most of his business came from repeat customers who knew the change was imminent.

The repair shop will continue to do business at 601 4th St. N.

3 ND cities among '100 Leading Locations’

FARGO – Area Development Magazine, an international publication covering site selection and facility planning, has named three North Dakota cities to its fourth annual “100 Leading Locations.”

The study analyzed 380 regions/cities by good manufacturing practices, job creation, wages and other key economic indicators.

The results identify the top 100 metropolitan statistical areas that are moving in the most upward direction and whose economies project to be attractive to investment.

Fargo ranked third, Bismarck fifth and Grand Forks 10th. All three ranked high in economic strength, year-over-year growth, prime workforce and “recession busting cities.”

The report will be published in the upcoming issue of Area Development and posted online at www.areadevelopment.com.

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