Nearly 40,000 workers in northeast Minnesota have filed unemployment applications with the state since March 15.
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About 900 employees — approximately 6 percent of Essentia Health’s workforce — are being laid off as the non-profit healthcare provider faces operational losses of nearly $100 million.
The hopes of many restauranteurs were dashed Wednesday when Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz introduced a new round of restrictions that prevent them from doing business.
Aviation company AAR (NYSE: AIR) is shutting down its Duluth aircraft maintenance base, according to KBJR TV. In 2014, AAR said the facility makes a $47 million annual economic impact on the area economy.
Today is the U.S. National Maritime Day, always celebrated on May 22 and established by Congress in 1933 to commemorate the American steamship Savannah’s voyage from the United States to England. That was the first successful crossing of the Atlantic Ocean with steam propulsion.
Wisconsin Public Radio announced a new partnership with The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra to broadcast DSSO concert recordings beginning this week on 91.3 FM (KUWS) and 88.5 FM.
“Hospitals are here 365 days, 24/7; our lights never shut off,” said Kevin Nokels, CEO of St. Luke’s in Duluth. “At a time like this we are privileged to take on this role.”
Owning a small business has never been a career choice for the faint of heart, and small-business owners often live on a slightly comfortable shoestring with plans to be flexible and adaptable.
In spite of the national economic downturn, Lake Country Power in 2020 is moving ahead with a series of construction projects to improve electrical service to its members.
The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce has issued the following appeal: We realize the Governor’s decision to re-open restaurants to outdoor dining only is extremely challenging for our community. We are asking you to share your voice by recording a short (1 minute) video testimonial stating: 1…
The Entrepreneur Fund announced the creation of the Duluth Small Business Emergency Fund (DSBEF). This partially forgivable loan program was created to support struggling small business owners in Duluth through the COVID-19 crisis. Funding for the DSBEF has been made available by the Duluth…
The domestic steel capability utilization rate slipped to 52.7% for the week ending May 16. That's down from 53.7% the previous week, according to the Washington, D.C.-based American Iron and Steel Institute.
Minnesota’s COVID-19 toll continued to escalate Friday as the Health Department reported 842 Minnesotans have died from the disease, 33 more than Thursday; 534 people are currently hospitalized. Of those, 233 are in intensive care, a new daily high in the pandemic.
More than 40 percent of all the deaths in Wisconsin caused by the new coronavirus are people from nursing homes or assisted living facilities.
CBS3 in Duluthhas been honored with a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Hard News Reporting.
Duluth International Airport (DLH) was awarded the Honorable Mention Balchen/Post Award for excellence in snow and ice control. The awards will be presented at the 54th Annual International Aviation Snow Symposium (IASS) on October 5th, 2020, in Buffalo, NY.
Pope Francis has named the Rev. Peter M. Muhich, a priest of the Diocese of Duluth who currently serves as rector of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary and pastor of St. Mary Star of the Sea and Our Lady of Mercy in Duluth, to be the next bishop of the Diocese of Rapid City, SD.
Julie Reinemann and Chana Stocke of North Shore Mortgage were named Minnesota Housing Top Producing Loan Officers at the Platinum Level for their loan production during 2019.