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Business scene a busy one

It has been a busy year and it has been a good year for Great Bend, Great Bend Chamber of Commerce President Jan Peters told the City Council Monday night.
She ran through what amounted to a brief year in review during here monthly economic development report. “I am going to take a look back,” she said.
Among the highlights were numerous new businesses. These included Golden Belt Cinema 6 downtown, Family Dollar, on east 10th Street, Papa Murphy’s Pizza, Baskin Robbins Ice Cream, tire recycler Blizzard Energy, Sutherlands, Old Chicago Bistro, Handle Bar and Grill, Ace Hardware and ...

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