Wilderness Health and PreferredOne have introduced the Wilderness Health accountable care organization (ACO) healthcare plan, which will be available in northern Minnesota through employers.
- Hospitals, clinics, PreferredOne partner on Wilderness Health
- Essentia Health investing $14 million in Grand Rapids
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Essentia Health will invest $14 million to expand its Grand Rapids Clinic in partnership with Lakewood Surgery Center. The project will offer more health choices to the residents of Itasca County and surrounding areas, Essentia said in a Wednesday news release.
The City of Superior has received a $109,877 state grant to help redevelop an old beer distribution warehouse into a new craft brewery – a project that state officials say is expected to spur further development downtown.
Fairview Range has opened an adult partial hospitalization program (PHP) at Fairview Range Medical Center in response to the community’s need.
Women and millennials often struggle to thrive in traditional business structures that were not created by or for them.
Nonprofits and community groups are invited to a conversation and workshop on local grant funding and resources for organizations in Eveleth and on the Iron Range.
In May, officials from Bemidji State University and four Minnesota tribal colleges signed off on an historic accord that will allow students to seamlessly transfer from two-year to four-year degree programs.
Professional photographer JoAnn Jardine started a new phase in her career two years ago at Google, which contacted her asking if she’d be interested in working as a “Certified Google Trusted Street View Photographer” for the interiors of businesses.
Wisconsin ranks number one for paper production and wood furniture manufacturing. The forestry industry as a whole provides approximately 64,000 jobs with an economic impact of $24.7 billion.
St. Louis County commissioners have voted to amend the county's liquor license ordinance to allow Sunday liquor sales beginning Sunday, July 2. The vote allows for the sale of off-sale intoxicating liquor between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. at businesses licensed by St. Louis County, such as liquor s…
Blacklist Artisan Ales recently began canning its Belgian-inspired brews after moving into their new location at 120 East Superior Street in Duluth. Once the canning line was rolling, the craft brewer won two Can Can awards.
A Nashwauk elected official and business owner announced he will enter the special election for the newly vacated Itasca County Board seat.
When Milwaukee Mayor Henry Maier created Summerfest in 1967, he dreamed of a festival that would bring the community together. He was inspired by a trip to Oktoberfest in Munich and thought a similar event could also revitalize Milwaukee's downtown.
St. Luke’s Foundation welcomed new board members Roni Salo, Jason McCaffrey and Lindsey Jacobson.
The Duluth office of Wipfli LLP CPA and Consultants announced that Makenzie Korby and Emily Andrews have both earned their CPA designation. Korby is a UMD graduate with a Bachelor of Accounting degree. Andrews is also a UMD graduate with Bachelor of Accounting and Bachelor of Science, Math…
Duluth LISC has hired Emily Nygren as assistant program officer and Jessica Deville as administrative assistant.
LHB has been named one of the Top 150 Workplaces in Minnesota by the Star Tribune.