Mandan News

Ellen Huber: Welcoming additional businesses to Mandan

This week’s column is a roundup of news about businesses moving to and opening their doors in Mandan.

• Bill Barth Kia Dealership. Bill Barth is replacing the former Saturn dealership at 3334 Memorial Highway with a Kia dealership. More than 100 cars arrived on the lot last week.

• Dean Kautzman Group, CPAs. Dean Kautzman is expanding his accounting and tax service business from his Mandan home to an office at 107 First Ave. N.W. He can be reached at 663-1040. Joining him are Schaff Financial and Tax Services and attorney Mike Schaff, moving from 103 Fourth Ave. N.W. They can be reached at 667-5294.

• Wizardry Computers. Operated by Stephen Lindbloom, this business provides computer support and repair services from an office on the second floor of the All Building at 104 Third Ave. N.W. Lindbloom can be contacted at 751-3949.

• Horsin’ Around Tack & More. Virginia Cook is opening a western store in February at 4524 Memorial Highway, in the former Dakota Maid Bakery location. She plans to sell tack, crafts and more. She can be reached at phone 527-5585.

• Walz Financial Services. Owner Ken Walz provides financial consulting services including income protection, retirement planning, and estate preservation. He is moving his business from Bismarck to 1800 E. Main St. in Mandan, leasing the last commercial suite in the Riverbend Centre. For more information, visit www.kwalzfinancial.com or call 222-0760.

Please help welcome these new businesses to Mandan and congratulate the existing businesses on their moves and expanded endeavors. If you are interested in opening a business in Mandan, please contact me at phone 667-3485.