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Around Town 2-7

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One business in Bismarck closes its door and two more open.

Thomas Palanuk takes you Around Town.

A long time dry cleaning business shut its doors in December. Dakota Dry cleaners of Bismarck decided to call it quits after decades of business. The property has been sold to St. Mary's Parish which is located right next door on Broadway. St Mary's Parish plans to use the property as additional storage and parking for the church and the school.

South Bismarck is home to a new gun dealership. Double HH Guns opened in December and carries a variety of new and used goods for sportsmen and hunters.

The business offers many different makes and models of firearms and carries a large stock of reloading supplies. The Double HH also is a one stop shop for obtaining the training, fingerprinting, and identification you will need in order to get your North Dakota class 2 concealed weapons permit.

They also offer various firearms training and self defense courses during the month. more information is available at their Facebook page.

If you are feeling the walls are closing in at your home, the Inspired room is ready to help you move your gently used furniture and home decor. The store specializes in easy, hassle free consignment and sale of your items without having the stress of strangers entering your home. Buyers can come browse the selection of this one-of-a-kind inventory in their professionally merchandised showroom. The merchandise is constantly changing so it pays to stop in and take look.

Taking you around town, I'm Thomas Palanuk.

The Inspired Room also carries an additional line of new purses and jewelry which are located inside their showroom.

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