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Kristen Kelly and local group, The Devon Worley Band, have been added to Prior Lake Rotary’s Lakefront Music Fest lineup for Saturday, July 20. The Lakefront Music Fest is a two-day rock and...
Minneapolis has the ninth-most patent applications for every 10,000 metro residents in the world.
A “woman of influence” is defined as being active in major investment decisions, having a good understanding of financial products, and having an interest in learning about financial matters.
The Minneapolis-based company, which raised more than $200 million prior to the recession, said it will use the new funding to help finance clinical trials.
Minnesota schools are joining the movement to boost financial literacy across the state, focusing on education and outreach from grade school children to senior citizens.
Paula Deen’s revelations that she used racial slurs in the past have now led to the end of her business relationship with Target. The Star Tribune reports that the Minneapolis-based retailer...
State regulators say Minnesota farm fields – and a fast-growing technique for draining them – carry millions of pounds of nitrates into waterways annually. The study by the Minnesota...
In a week, Minnesota smokers will see their habit get more expensive, as a cigarette tax goes into effect, raising the cost by $1.60 a pack. While some may go cold turkey, others likely will make...
In a twist of the perils modern times, Xcel Energy customers without power have had good luck getting information through social media. KARE 11 reports that aside from working to restore power...
The new laws also include a total of $496.1 million to fund dozens of arts, parks, trails, and natural resources projects throughout the state.
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