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Essential Elements Reflexology and Natural Healing

Jul 2015 • Category: Hot Startz!

For Nikki Bremer, her job is all about helping people. The new business owner was born in Fairmont but graduated from Spirit Lake High School in Iowa in 1989 before attending North Iowa Area Community College in Mason City.



Changing Fairmont From the Ground Up

Jul 2015 • Category: Grace Notes

The people of Fairmont have an idea about how to make their city a better place. Actually, the people of Fairmont have several ideas. Actually, the people of Fairmont have 1,686 ideas—and they’re still coming. All those ideas are part of “Project 1590,” a citywide project that has brought together everyone from city officials to local businesses to regular citizens.



Century 21 Northland Realty

Nov 2014 • Category: Feature Story

Photo: Kris Kathmann Hometown Smile Fairmont native leaves and returns to help lead real estate business through trying times. Wendy Emler learned early on about the power of a friendly smile. From her time bagging groceries at Hy-Vee to work as a nursing assistant at Fairmont Hospital, her cheerful disposition and natural friendliness have helped […]



JL Computers

Jul 2014 • Category: Hot Startz!

John Landsteiner is only 21, and as a Fairmont native before age 18 attended two different high schools in Wisconsin, and two colleges, Presentation College and Minnesota West. He technically began his business two years ago, but didn’t have a storefront until recently.



Align Chiropractic & Acupuncture

Jul 2014 • Category: Hot Startz!

Three people influenced Dr. Zephanie Skow’s interest in chiropractic. Growing up the daughter of a Fairmont veterinarian, Skow was involved with 4H and FFA, and showed poultry, beef cows, and horses.



Dan’s Appliance

Nov 2013 • Category: Feature Story

The year 1979 was pressure-packed. Iranian militants overran the U.S. Embassy and held Americans hostage in Tehran. The Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. At Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Pennsylvania, a coolant accident caused a partial meltdown. The U.S. annual inflation rate was at 11 percent and rising. That summer, fears of an energy shortage caused lines to form at gas stations around the country.