Fairview Range President and CEO Deb Boardman will retire on Dec. 22. She has served at the helm of Fairview Range since 2010 and also as president of the Fairview North Region since 2014.
PolyMet Mining announced Wednesday that it has submitted to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources an updated Permit to Mine application for its NorthMet Project that incorporates the state’s requirements for bankruptcy-proof financial assurance.
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s proposed wild rice rule regarding excess sulfide has raised a lot of questions, and could burden many local municipalities with high water treatment costs.
Cleveland-Cliffs Minnesota Land Development LLC has acquired real estate west of Nashwauk that, according to the mining company, previously were part of a bankruptcy acquisition by Chippewa Capital Partners.
The 30th Annual Wedding Show Saturday, January 13th at the DECC. The show has grown from 35 exhibitors at the DECC’s Paulucci Hall the first year to 80 when it was the first expo ever held in the Lake Superior Ballroom to nearly 150 today in six rooms at the DECC.
The Barron County Economic Development Corp. will present Global Market Expansion on Jan. 18. The roundtable will be held from 2-4:15 p.m. followed by a networking reception until 6:30 p.m. It will be held at The Mill Events, 646 Banks St. in Chetek. RSVP to email@example.com. For more in…
Key measures indicate that Minnesota is generally moving in a positive direction when it comes to its business climate. There are, however, a number of ongoing challenges the state will face in 2018 and beyond when it comes to continued economic growth.
Outside entrepreneurs relocate to the Northland for many different reasons. Some are actively recruited by economic developers. Others move here as the result of passive recruiting. They reside here as students, or perhaps visit as tourists, then they like what they see and decide to make th…
When one purchases a used car, there are always a few surprises under the hood, Robb Bigelow, former manager of Magnetation’s Plant 4 and ERP managing director, told Itasca County Commissioners last month.
Revenues and net income climbed substantially for the quarter and fiscal year-to-date for Mesabi Trust, according to its third quarter report.
Northern Waters Restaurant said Monday it will close its UMD-neighborhood restaurant and hand over the keys to owners of a new eatery.
Bent Paddle Brewing Co. plans to relocate its taproom to a larger, remodeled space at 1832 W Michigan St., directly adjacent to its main production brewery and current taproom in Duluth’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.
The $33 million price tag on Detroit Lakes' new wastewater treatment plant is a hefty one for the city of about 9,300 people. In fact, it's the largest single investment that Detroit Lakes has ever made in an infrastructure project.
Around 60 people turned out for a community meeting on the Bad River reservation Thursday evening to voice their views on the shooting of 14-year-old Jason Pero by an Ashland County sheriff’s deputy Nov. 8.Ashland County Deputy Brock Mrdjenovich shot and killed Jason after the Bad River teen…
St. Luke’s named Anna Peterson, BSN, RN-BC director of case management.
LHB, Inc. announced that Jackie Sorvari, Gregg Curtis and Raymond “Bud” Brasch were elected as shareholders at the privately-held, employee-shareholder-owned company.
Cartier Agency, Inc. announces new hires.
St. Luke’s welcomes Sarah Kurtovich as clinic manager of St. Luke’s Denfeld Medical Clinic. In her role, she provides leadership and management of operations at the clinic.