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A controversial $2.6 billion oil pipeline that will run across the width of Minnesota was approved by regulators on Friday – but the route it will take through the state was not. The Duluth News...
June 05, 2015
Yet another Minneapolis eatery is getting a serious shout-out – this time, it’s Spoon and Stable, which Food and Wine magazine has proclaimed one of the “most exceptional”...
Target has announced more layoffs as part of its ongoing restructuring program – but this time Twin Cities jobs are safe. The Pioneer Press reports Target Corp. has on Thursday laid off 180 workers...
June 04, 2015
Minnesota is giving U.S. Steel some financial relief as it continues to navigate through a slumping iron ore market that has led to hundreds of Iron Range employees being laid off in recent months....
The company wants to remind customers of the ways banking interacts with their daily life.
Under pressure from big-box retailers and Amazon, Peapods Natural Toys & Baby Care in St. Paul announced it is going out of business. Millie Adelsheim and Dan Marshall, owners of the store in...
Eight Minnesota health insurers are proposing double-digit rate increases for some of their individual and small group insurance plans in 2016, MPR News reports, with requests ranging as high as 74...
June 03, 2015
A race to the future is taking place right now in the Twin Cities, as rival companies battle it out to build the next generation of equipment for millions of heart patients. The goal? To create a...
About 350 U.S. Steel workers at Minnesota’s Minntac mine have been laid off, and among them are 200 longtime union members who voluntarily stepped away so younger members could keep their...
The co-working space was never able to build up a member base.
June 02, 2015
Pharmaceuticals and dozens of other chemicals have contaminated Minnesota’s lakes and streams, even in remote areas of the state, a new study released Tuesday by the Minnesota Pollution...
Train traffic is moving again across a busy railroad crossing in northern Minnesota, just a few days after a bridge caught fire and collapsed. The Canadian National Railway built a temporary span...
June 01, 2015
A jury has awarded nearly $2.5 million to compensate Wright County dairy farmers for losses caused by stray voltage from their local power company’s equipment, the Associated Press reports...
Three of the best small cities in the country can be found right here in Minnesota, and one in particular – Moorhead – is the best of them all, says Nerdwallet in a new ranking. The financial site...
FedEx’s latest delivery to Minnesota is a new sorting and distribution facility – and probably some jobs. According to the Brainerd Dispatch, developers are expected to start building the new...
Layoff notices are expected to start going out to nearly 9,500 state employees on Monday. State employee unions require that workers receive 30-day notices, triggered by the countdown to a partial...
Patients can now start registering with Minnesota’s new medical marijuana program so they can start receiving the drug when it becomes legal July 1. Registration for the program begins 9 a.m....
NEWS: #NLL heads to Atlanta in 2016 with inaugural @GeorgiaSwarmLax season at @GwinnettCenter: http://t.co/dKCnA9ZCOU pic.twitter.com/16wxPeaULV — NLL (@NLL) May 29, 2015 The future home of the...
May 29, 2015
PsyBar is working to revolutionize employee assessment and keep peril out of the workplace.
When medical cannabis becomes legal this July in pill and liquid form, patients will be able to obtain it at Minnesota hospitals and health care facilities. According to an announcement by the...
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