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Around Town 9-7-12

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As you're driving around Bismarck and Dickinson you might see a few new additions coming to the Cities.
Jon Schaeffer shows you what you're looking at around town.
House of Color has been serving Bismarck since the early 70's and is now branching west to Dickinson.
They will hold their grand opening tomorrow at their new location at 193 24th St. East.
The store specializes in interior home improvements from carpeting to cabinetry.
They serve residential and commercial properties.
They also have design teams that will help with your design project start to finish.
They also can do stain master flooring or hard wood.

Bismarck has a new baby Boutique.
Nicilyn's opened yesterday on 5th street across from fiesta villa.
The store has headbands, baby dresses and ties along with other accessories and clothing options.
They are open Thursday -Sunday until 5:30 PM
The store is locally owned and operated.
They also have things for mommy as well as gifts.
Owner Nicole Nolz says that she is excited to see how the store progresses over the next month.
Captain Jacks has another location going up just off divide on West Turnpike Avenue.
The store is still under construction but should be right on schedule.
They will carry beer and liquor as well as all the extras that you need.
This will be the 4th Captain Jacks in the Bismarck/Mandan area.
Store owners have not released an open date at this time.

A Sherwin-Williams is also in the building process next to Arby's on the Bismarck Expressway as well.

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