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On Nov. 17, 2014, Babette Jaquish passed away from cancer. A year later, her husband is making good on a promise he made to her. We wrote earlier this year about Wisconsin farmer Don Jaquish Jr...
November 25, 2015
Barely 18 months after taking over as president of Rochester Community and Technical College, Leslie McClellon is under fire from faculty, staff and students for the way she’s managing the...
November 24, 2015
The owners of Red Wing Pottery surprised the town Tuesday by announcing they’re closing the company’s showroom after decades on Main Street. Bruce and Irene Johnson, who saved the...
Minnesota’s Major League Soccer stadium will soon hit the drawing board. And the architects who will do the drawing have plenty of experience with soccer stadiums and with Minnesota. The...
General Mills had previously been working toward cage-free eggs but hadn't specified a date.
The device can wirelessly send information to physicians.
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
The event will highlight issues facing one of the nation’s largest generations that is currently entering the workforce.
The sons of Gov. Mark Dayton are getting some national recognition – but not for the reasons politicians’ kids usually make headlines. Eric and Andrew Dayton are the owners and proprietors of...
The company is moving aggressively to improve online sales during a key shopping period.
The culinary gods giveth, and they taketh away. In St. Paul, they’re doing both this month. On Sunday night, The Glockenspiel, a popular German restaurant, made a sudden announcement on...
Charlie Boone, for decades one of the most recognizable announcers on WCCO radio, died Sunday after a brief illness, the station announced Sunday afternoon. He was 88. Boone was one half of the...
November 22, 2015
Many challenges face Minnesota’s water supply, and Gov. Mark Dayton is hoping a water quality summit will help address them. Dayton announced plans to hold a summit in February, where water...
An outbreak of E. coli linked to Chipotle restaurants in the Pacific Northwest has now spread to a total of six states, including Minnesota, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC...
November 21, 2015
At least three people are dead and more than 125 people trapped after an attack on a West African hotel. The Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako, Mali, was attacked Friday around 7 a.m. their time...
November 20, 2015
There’s a prickly situation confronting Minnesotans getting their flu vaccinations. The nasal spray that many patients prefer to needles is in short supply at clinics these days, meaning more...
November 19, 2015
CEO of MHTA, Margaret Anderson Kelliher, said the Tekne Awards prove that Minnesota continues to be a leader in the science and tech industries.
Best Buy made positive strides in online sales during its third quarter, but showed signs of struggle to overcome its strong electronics sales from 2014.
Player’s Health tracks injuries in youth sports.
Best Buy has started its Black Friday sale early, making several deals live on the same day it warned it faces a potentially difficult holiday season. The Twin Cities retailer has made eight Black...
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