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Not skunked: Craft beer board game from MN man brews up support

Adam Rehberg likes craft beer. He also likes board games. So the Twin Cities man figured, why not put them together and see what brews up? The answer: a lot of interest (and money) from other...

February 25, 2015

Fargo loses two longtime local media figures in one day

A somber week for the Fargo news community, as the city lost two longtime media fixtures Tuesday. Fargo Forum columnist Andrea Halgrimson and local broadcaster Earl Williams have died. Halgrimson...

February 25, 2015

Golf legend Jack Nicklaus teams up with Schawn's for new ice cream flavors

Jack Nicklaus had ice in his veins on the golf course. Now he has his own line of ice cream flavors. Nicklaus has teamed up with The Schwan Food Company, the multibillion-dollar grocer based in...

February 25, 2015

Looking to pay off debt, Twin Cities archdiocese could sell some of its buildings

In the midst of both bankruptcy and a bevy of sex abuse lawsuits, the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will consider selling some notable properties as a way to help pay off debt. MPR...

February 25, 2015

Massachusetts homeowners call in the pros from Minnesota to remove ice dams

Residents in Massachusetts have been dealing with a record-setting winter, and now homeowners are calling in the experts from Minnesota to help. This mild Minnesota winter has left Hopkins-based...

February 25, 2015

Minnesota is one of the most-insured states in the US, poll says

The number of people in Minnesota without health insurance is one of the lowest rates in the nation, according to a new report. A Gallup poll looked at states’ uninsured rates heading into...

February 25, 2015

Vikings will cruise up the Mississippi to St. Paul

Centuries after their marauding namesakes sailed the high seas, cruise ships bearing the name Viking will chug up the Mississippi River into Minnesota. Viking River Cruises announced Tuesday that...

February 24, 2015

Target to try out 'Caroline's Cart' designed for children with special needs

Shopping at Target may get easier for parents of children with special needs. The Minneapolis-based retailer is rolling out a trial over the coming months that will see shopping carts designed for...

February 24, 2015

Delta is adding more flights from Rochester to MSP – and dropping Detroit

Delta Airlines is changing two of its well-known flight options: One is ending, and the other is set to expand. On April 9, the airline will pull the plug on daily nonstop flights from Rochester...

February 24, 2015

Land O'Lakes

Sales Up, Earnings Down For Land O’Lakes In 2014

Dairy sales suffered after a thirsty Chinese market turned to its stockpiles.

February 24, 2015

Ecolab

Ecolab Undeterred By Falling Oil Prices, But Results ‘Fail To Impress’

CEO announces a $1 billion share repurchase program, indicates more acquisitions this year.

February 24, 2015

More than 300K Minnesotans had data compromised in Anthem breach

The personal information of more than 300,000 Minnesotans may have been stolen by hackers who breached healthcare giant Anthem earlier this month. Minnesota’s Department of Commerce says an...

February 24, 2015

Wolves release 1,000 tickets for KG's return on Wednesday

Target Center should be filled to capacity Wednesday night when Kevin Garnett makes his re-debut with the Timberwolves against the Washington Wizards. On Monday, the Timberwolves released an...

February 24, 2015

Minnesota Somalis unite to denounce Mall of America terror threat

Somali groups and leaders in Minnesota are uniting to condemn the recent al-Shabab video, which calls for an attack on the Mall of America – while also battling prejudices that may unfairly paint...

February 24, 2015

Minnesota iron ore plant idling due to plummeting prices worldwide

A drop in iron ore prices around the world has led a northern Minnesota plant to idle indefinitely. Magnetation LLC announced Monday it will “indefinitely idle” its iron ore concentrate...

February 24, 2015

Mall of America: Lockdown drills already scheduled, not a response to terror threat

Call it a coincidence. Just a couple of days after the Mall of America was named a “target” by the Al-Shabab terrorist group, the megamall staged lockdown drills that it now says were...

February 23, 2015

Duluth must wait to start Dunkin': Opening of donut store delayed

Duluthians hoping for a fix from the nation’s top coffee ‘n donuts chain will have to white-knuckle it at least until summer. The launch of the city’s first Dunkin’ Donuts...

February 23, 2015

Report: Source close to Adrian Peterson says days with Vikings are over

It appears the relationship between suspended running back Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings is quickly deteriorating following reports from the NFL Combine. Sources told Jason La Canfora...

February 23, 2015

This is who's interested in using medical marijuana in Minnesota

About 1,000 people, spread across nearly all of Minnesota, say they’re likely to register for Minnesota’s upcoming medical cannabis program – and many of them suffer from Multiple...

February 23, 2015

3M

3M Acquires Filtration Business For $1B

The purchase of Polypore’s filtration business is 3M’s largest purchase in years.

February 23, 2015

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