What Businesses were Checked on Website last week?

What Businesses were Checked on Website last week?

MNbump Connection!  MNbump is a Big Stone Area Growth Initiative to connect our residents to resources from our website and we use Facebook for an interactive connection to our residents and those living away to see what is happening, what is new, and check out a few highlights from events that recently happened (and/or Facebook LIVE during the activities!)

Our businesses and organizations are easy to find on on website – and should ALL be listed.  This includes home businesses.  So if you notice your business is not listed, send us a message and we will get your information on the website (it’s free)

Here is the list of businesses & organizations that were checked on our website last week – in the order of most viewed to least viewed:

Lingonberry’s Pastry and Coffee Shop

Ortonville Public School District #2903

Berkner Pizza

Big Stone Area Memory Loss Connection

Ortonville Mercantile & Gallery (OMG)

Flat Hills Arena, Inc.

Bonnie’s Hometown Grocery

Johnson & Roggenbuck

Living Hope Fellowship Assembly of God

Ortonville Trap Range

Anderson Tax & Accounting

Ortonville Flower Shop

Main Street Industries  Training Center, Inc.

Prairie Five Rides

Let’em Buck Apparel & Supply

Big Stone Ag

Mallard Point Lodge

Pheasants Forever

Hair Classics

Big Stone Lake Snow Riders

One More Time – Beardsley

Ortonville Economic Development Authority

Prairie Five Community Action

Riverside Park Campground

Clinton City Government

Lingonberry Lodge

Big Stone Area Growth

Main Street Industries & Training

Moose Lodge #407

Alley Cat Bowling

Graceville Bar & Lounge

Chris Karsky Painting

Artichoke Lake Baptist Church

Big G’s Pub & Grub

Graceville Country Market

Hartman’s Super Valu Foods

Headquarters Bar

R & C Reliable Repair

Cutting Edge Engraving

John’s Body Shop

2nd Street Cafe and Coffeehouse

2021 Top Connections on our website was our COVID Resources posts/pages

A few of the top website check-ins in 2021 were:

our Calendar, Employment, Looking for Housing

And our most viewed website post was “The Locals Recommend… We asked, “What would you recommend for people to see/do if they had one day in Big Stone County” and our residents responded with this list. So, utilizing the map above, we will list their recommendations starting in the southern part of Big Stone County and ending at the northern end.  LINK TO POST


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