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Dakota Premium said it does not know how long the plant will be closed.
July 03, 2014
As the Hard Rock Cafe prepares to return to the Twin Cities in mid-August, it’s looking to hire 150 new employees.
July 02, 2014
About 11 months after same-sex marriage was made legal in Minnesota, the University of Minnesota says it’s dropping its same-sex domestic partnership benefit program, the Minnesota Daily...
In a cost-cutting move, the U.S. Postal Service is moving ahead with plans to close 82 mail processing facilities across the country early next year, including four in Minnesota. USPS officials...
July 01, 2014
The Minneapolis-St. Paul area's 4 percent unemployment rate in May was the lowest among U.S. metros with a population of 1 million or more.
Harmony, Minnesota, located about 130 miles southeast of the Twin Cities, is offering to pay for new residents. The town, which bills itself as the “biggest little town in southern Minnesota,...
June 29, 2014
Minnesota’s new football stadium is being built by Minnesotans. Six months into the project, numbers obtained by the Pioneer Press show 92 percent of the construction workers building the...
June 25, 2014
Minneapolis-based Imaging Path is closing its offices at the end of the month after Bloomington-based Loffler Companies bought all of its assets.
CoCo Fargo marks the organization's fourth location, and it will occupy 6,000 square feet in the city's downtown.
President Barack Obama is planning to visit Minnesota Thursday in part to show support for the state’s action to increase the minimum wage, the Associated Press reports. Minnesota’s...
June 21, 2014
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