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City leaders in Duluth are still mulling a proposal that would get the city into the casino business, MPR News reports. Duluth has a downtown casino, run by the Fond du Lac Ojibwe Band, which used...
August 19, 2014
An investigation is underway after an early morning fire caused extensive damage to the historic Traphagen mansion in Duluth. Duluth Fire Department crews responded just before 1 a.m. to the blaze,...
August 18, 2014
The 21 finalists will give live presentations before their respective divisions' review boards later this month, at which point division winners will be selected to vie for the grand prize.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington metro area ranked 10th on the latest Forbes list of metros offering the best prospects for young professionals with a bachelor’s degree or higher.
The number of people playing golf has been dwindling over the last decade, which is taking its toll on Minnesota’s golf courses, and the people who work at them. Minnesota, a state that’...
Minnesota-based Polaris Industries is revving up the employment picture in northern Iowa. The Des Moines Register reports that Polaris is in the midst of hiring an additional 300 workers at its...
The Great Minnesota Get-Together starts Thursday – and there are a lot of new goodies at this year’s fair. Among the new attractions and food choices, the State Fairgrounds also got a $15...
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden at the Walker Art Center will be getting a $10 million facelift once plans are finalized, Minnesota Public Radio News reports. Minneapolis Parks and Recreation...
Mark Holt, also a recently disbarred attorney, had pleaded guilty to stealing more than $4 million from investment clients from 2005 to 2013.
August 15, 2014
The Eden Prairie-based grocery chain said Friday it identified a criminal intrusion affecting at least 180 stores in up to five states, including Minnesota.
Seasonally adjusted employment figures paint a fairly dismal picture, although state officials warn that the adjustment process is concealing some strength in Minnesota’s labor market.
August 14, 2014
The deal, expected to close in September, would allow Bloomington-based Donaldson to expand its air filter product line and open a regional office in Abu Dhabi.
Northern Oil and Polaris are among Fortune magazine’s 100 fastest-growing companies, giving Minnesota two representatives on the list for a second straight year.
The university said its Venture Center helped introduce 15 new companies in its latest fiscal year.
The Moorhead Update looks like a news site. There’s a headline at the top, big and bold, with a photo of U.S. Rep. Collin Peterson underneath. And along the right-hand side of the page, there...
A new outlet mall opens in Eagan Thursday and it’s expected to bring thousands of shoppers to the southeast metro during its grand opening festivities. The 100-plus store mall has several...
New Target Canada president said company should not have opened 124 stores and three distribution centers so quickly.
August 13, 2014
OST, which recently added to its Minneapolis office and has more open positions, is part of a growing trend of companies building their presence in the North Loop.
It’s official: The 2014 Minnesota Fringe festival is a record hit – but just barely. Numbers revealed in a press release from Minnesota Fringe say the festival set a new record during the...
Twin Cities buses will soon start self-announcing bus stops. Metro Transit announced this week it has started to implement new automated audio and digital announcements on its bus fleet. These pre...
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