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For years, Nathan Pease and his business partners have owned Acoustix Audio Video, a AV business on County Road 42 in Savage. But with rampant interest by people across the state and country in CBD products, Pease said they knew it would be a good opportunity to look into owning their own shop.

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Prioritizing good fitness and health is often a top New Year’s resolution on people’s lists. Local fitness studio ShakRa Yoga & Fitness has approached this new year hoping to make newcomers’ fitness journeys a welcoming and accommodating experience in the southwest metro region.

Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is hosting another job fair 3-7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15. People interested in a job can visit the theater, at 501 W. 78th St. in Chanhassen, ask questions even get hired on the spot.

Three past Fast-Track Challenge winners have been selected as semifinalists for the MN Cup, a statewide business competition, according to the Scott County Center for Entrepreneurship.

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Hy-Vee has scrapped plans for stores in five metro-area cities, including Chaska, saying the sites do not fit into a new company strategy that centers around building larger stores and putting more distance between future locations.

Beginning Earth Day, April 22 and continuing through the summer solstice, June 21, the community is invited to participate in the Gnomadic Gnome Scavenger Hunt, a program hosted by The Garden By The Woods Garden Center and the city of Chanhassen.

QualiTech Environmental, Inc., a Chaska-based company providing equipment and services for oil spill response and prevention, is opening an office in Lima, Peru. The QualiTech Environmental team will be operating as QualiTech Ambiental LATAM out of its Lima office to provide equipment and se…

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A new women’s boutique opened its doors on Jan. 14. LaRose & Co. is located at 521 Lake Drive in Chanhassen. The boutique is geared towards moms and aims to make women feel confident and fashionable when they leave the store, said owner Sarah LaRose of Waconia.