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Cirrus Aircraft has received Vision Jet Type Certificate approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and delivered the first aircraft to Europe. 

Construction recently began on the Northland’s first indoor gun shooting range. The $1.9 million Dead-On Shooting Range will open this fall at 6552 U.S. Highway 2 in Cloquet.

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The second of three shipments of ALLETE Clean Energy’s Nordex wind turbine components has arrived in Duluth.

Hall Brothers Racing will display the Raminator on Wednesday and Thursday at Duluth Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram. From 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday and 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, visitors can view the  monster truck sponsored by Hall Brothers Racing, Inc.

An IRRR Board meeting has been scheduled at 11 a.m. on Tuesday in Room 2412 of the Minnesota Senate Building. Board members will consider 2017 infrastructure projects and the fiscal year 2018 budget.

Dave Hernesman, owner of Ray’s Sport and Marine, was already planning the demolition of his existing store in Grand Rapids when a streak of luck opened up the possibility to expand his business on a lot not too far away. 

The University of Minnesota Duluth Natural Resources Research Institute recently launched an initiative aimed at helping Itasca County area entrepreneurs tap into its resources.

Dale Cich, Diane C. Anderson and J & D Services of Northern Minnesota, Inc., must pay more than $1 million dollars for environmental violations and related clean-up costs, under a decision from the Minnesota State Appeals Court which recently upheld a lower court’s ruling in favor of the…

Itasca Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) announced Anthony (Tony) Ward, business consultant, has joined its Small Business Development Center (SBDC). He has a broad background in all aspects of business administration, finance, accounting and human relations.

With the public, the media and even many legislators left to wonder whether negotiators were making progress on a budget agreement in private meetings, Republican lawmakers began work Saturday on a new round of budget bills to send to DFL Gov. Mark Dayton, who has not committed to signing th…

Appleton-based U.S. Venture Inc. has received approval from a Milwaukee Common Council committee to ship ethanol from the Port of Milwaukee despite the plan raising environmental concerns.U.S. Oil, a division of parent company U.S. Venture Inc., plans to build a 1,000-foot-long, $3.5 million…

Dr. Rebekah Beach with St. Luke’s Urology Associates will soon start seeing patients at St. Luke’s Miller Creek Medical Clinic in Hermantown.

AMI Consulting Engineers announced Karl D. Everett was hired as the assistant manager environmental engineering in Superior. Everett previously worked as the Environmental Manager for Biosar America LLC., managing environmental compliance for the construction of the 100 MW Aurora photovoltai…

AmericInn, the largest mid-scale lodging brand in the upper midwest, has honored the AmericInn Duluth South with its top, system-wide award of excellence. The property received the prestigious Property of the Year award, the highest honor awarded by the AmericInn organization.

The Hermantown Area Chamber of Commerce announced Katie Kaz received the Outstanding Ambassador Award.

MARSHFIELD – “You have to find a way to ask your patients one-on-one, ‘Do you feel safe in your home environment?’ Nurse Practitioner Melyssa Heintz said of her time in a labor and delivery department. “And then, you have to think, What are you going to do when your patient answers, ‘No’?”

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