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The causes may differ, but leading employers on opposite ends of Minnesota are taking steps to cope with shortages of skilled workers. Here’s a look at how Mayo Clinic and Polaris are...
October 13, 2014
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has entered a not guilty plea to felony child abuse charges. According to Bloomberg, Peterson entered a written not-guilty plea in Montgomery County...
Tourism agency and brewer’s guild tout “Brewcation” options near state’s expanding array of brewery locales.
The airport is not among the five to receive additional screening measures for the outbreak.
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has settled a clergy abuse lawsuit that was scheduled to go to trial in just a few weeks, according to the Star Tribune. Lawyers for the archdiocese, the...
One of the country’s largest food companies is the latest to address the alarm over the dramatic drop in bee populations around the country in recent years. Bees pollinate an estimated 75...
Another major industry in Minnesota is feeling the effects of backlogged railroads due to a surge in traffic on Minnesota’s rails since North Dakota oil trains were added to the mix...
Hannah Nicollet, Independence Party candidate for governor, has been excluded from the next gubernatorial debate coming up in Duluth on Tuesday morning. The other two candidates, incumbent DFL Gov....
October 12, 2014
Hog farmers are making progress in their fight against a deadly virus that has killed millions of baby pigs in the last year and led to rising pork prices. A recent report from the U.S. Department...
Duluth Mayor Don Ness won’t be seeking a third term, ending months of speculation. Ness posted on his Facebook page Sunday morning saying he’s decided not to run for a third term and he...
Minnesota leads the nation in farmed elk production, but there’s a need for more elk producers due to an unprecedented demand for elk meat and products, the state Department of Agriculture...
Come winter time, it should be easier to figure out just exactly how bad the roads are in Minnesota. The state Department of Transportation is changing the terms it uses to describe winter road...
October 11, 2014
If you’ve shopped at Kmart in recent months, check your credit or debit card statement. The discounter is the latest major retailer to be hit by a data breach that may have compromised...
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority Board announced Friday that the Minnesota Vikings will put an additional $518,000 into the new stadium. The additional money will go towards things like...
October 10, 2014
State finance officials said Friday in a report that Minnesota’s tax collections for the first quarter of the year, from July through September, were $46 million less than officials...
Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota has announced Robert Bonar Jr. as its new CEO. “With a strong track record of pediatric health system leadership, an ability to collaborate and build...
Gov. Mark Dayton plans to attend Saturday’s 2014 Minnesota Pheasant Hunting Opener in Worthington. City officials told The Associated Press they are prepared for the opener, noting that the...
BAD news: Microsoft layoffs hit St. Paul, dozens of developers displaced – @TECHdotMNhttp://t.co/DvB3yLWhIe — Paul DeBettignies (@MNHeadhunter) October 10, 2014 Job cuts that software giant...
The Minneapolis City Council adopted a proposal from local Somali leaders Thursday to form a sister-city alliance with Bosaso in northern Somalia, the Star Tribune reports. With the approval...
A 1940s-era country club has closed, following the trend of many public and private golf courses in Minnesota and across the nation that many blame on declining interest in the sport. Hastings...
October 09, 2014
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