A contract has been finalized under which Guest Services, Inc., in partnership with Billy Casper Golf, will manage all Giants Ridge operations, Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board (IRRRB) Commissioner Mark Phillips announced today. IRRRB will continue to own all Giants Ridge physic…
- CN, Duluth Cargo Connect establish first intermodal container terminal in Twin Ports
- Private managers selected for Giant's Ridge
- REIF finds growing confidence in region's economy
- Rural health providers fear fallout from suspension of visas for immigrant doctors
- Grand Itasca earns ACR nuclear medicine accreditation
The region’s economy is rebounding from a mining downturn that created a two-year unemployment spike, according to survey information presented Tuesday at the Regional Economic Indicators Forum (REIF), which is sponsored by National Bank of Commerce.
CN and Duluth Cargo Connect announced a new alliance Monday that establishes the first rail-served intermodal container ramp in the Twin Ports.
The Lake Superior Chapter, Association for Talent Development, will meet from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 18 at Minnesota Power, 30 W. Superior St. in Duluth.
The 19th Annual Iron Range Job Fair will be held March 31 at the Miners Memorial Building in Virginia. Job seekers are welcome to attend between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Carrie Claybundy is dealing with issues that many rural small businesses are faced with: workforce retention. The acting administrator at Koochiching Health Services – a non-profit, religious based organization – has staffing shortages because new employees lack necessary skills.
With paper mills shutting down and reducing production, the forest products industry has slowed in the last few years, leaving Minnesota with excess wood supply. Louisiana Pacific Corp. (LP) is taking a hard look at picking up slack in the area’s wood market.
During the past five decades, Duluth has increasingly become a tourist destination, especially for people who reside in Midwest metropolitan centers such as Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Chicago. Tall ship festivals, air shows, marathons and outdoor concerts – along with recreational opportunit…
Three groups filed suit in federal court Monday to overturn the U.S. Forest Service decision to approve a land exchange with PolyMet Mining.
The majority of households in northern Wisconsin get their food from a diversity of sources and purchase food directly from farmers, according to the most recent Northland College Public Opinion Poll.
Great Lakes maritime interests are optimistic about 2017 shipping, spurred by a strong fourth quarter last year.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is probing the Mayo Clinic for possible violations of civil- and human-rights laws by putting a higher priority on patients with commercial insurance.
Enbridge Energy is laying off about 1,000 workers after closing on a $28 billion deal to buy Texas-based Spectra Energy.An Enbridge spokeswoman provided the following statement on the workforce reductions:After a careful evaluation, Enbridge has taken the difficult but necessary step to addr…
St. Luke’s has named Tara Swenson as clinic manager of Mount Royal Medical Clinic, where she provides leadership and management of operations.
Kelly Sather joined Meyer Group Architecture as CAD technician/designer, bringing a varied background in retail store planning, finance and retail management. She graduated from Lake Superior College in 2014 with a degree in Architectural Technology and has additional educational background …
Barb Darland was promoted to director of client projects, Jena Mertz to director of client Services and Sally Daly to content strategist at the Duluth agency.
Physician Assistant Thomas Hirsch has joined the Family Medicine Department at the Essentia Health-Hermantown Clinic.