A hobby for Stephanie Bankston has turned into a good business. She makes wreaths out of tulle and so the name of her business is pretty appropriate Tulle’n Around with Noelle Grace.
She’s coming up on her two year anniversary doing the craft and says the best part about it is bringing others visions to life,”
“I really love it. It’s fun Specially when I got people call or text me and say, ‘Hey, I really like this type of wreath and I want you to incorporate 5 million different things, and them trying to actually do that and make them happy and try to get their vision. It’s a lot of fun,” says Stephanie Bankston, owner of Tulle’n Around with Noelle Grace.
She thanks her friends for buying her first two wreaths two years ago.
AMERICAN BANK CENTER
Elsewhere in the capital city. The old Wendy’s on Tyler Parkway has finally been completely leveled. In its place will be an American Bank Center branch. Representatives there are still in the planning stages and hope to break ground by spring of next year..
For backaches and stiff shoulders Minot’s got a new business. Premier Chiropractic opened in December and one in Kenmare just recently. The two doctors there recommend regular chiropractor check-ups. They specialize mostly in rehabilitation and acupuncture.
“We had to the adjustment with a soft tissue, the functional rehab, a lot of times if a parent comes in and the baby has torticollis I’ll show them structures to do at home, things like that so we do add on some other services on top of the chiropractic adjustment,” says Becky Perry-Domers, Chiropractor.
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