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Minnesota Congressman Rick Nolan has proposed a fairly drastic plan to help the struggling U.S. steel industry – he wants to ban the import of foreign steel for five years. Nolan, a Democrat...
November 23, 2015
A Burnsville man has died after being injured by a machine at a manufacturing plant. Lakeville police say Mitchell Robert Hauschildt was severely injured by a packaging machine at Genpak Sunday...
November 17, 2015
The Duluth mill’s roughly 300 workers are told it is “business as usual,” while the paper producer considers its restructuring possibilities.
Another Minnesota iron ore operation will temporarily idle starting next month. Cliffs Natural Resources announced Tuesday it will be idling a second operation starting Dec. 1. The Northshore...
Once the world’s top supplier of hard disk drive suspension systems, Hutchinson said it would sell to its longtime rival from Japan, TDK Corporation.
November 03, 2015
A Burnsville company is the go-to when your 747’s days have come to an end.
October 30, 2015
Iron Range tourist attractions band together to try to get northern visitors to think of more than the North Shore.
A fledgling company with plans to turn timber into industrial chemicals and fuels wants to build a $53 million plant on Minnesota’s Iron Range. And a regional agency may put together a loan...
October 28, 2015
“Momentous, difficult and controversial,” is how Gov. Mark Dayton describes a choice he’ll soon have to make: Whether to give the green light to a controversial mining project in...
October 27, 2015
Paul Marvin will assume the role of president of the family-owned business with the hopes that he will become CEO once Jake Marvin chooses to retire.
October 26, 2015
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