New customer aircraft deliveries for the Cirrus Aircraft’s best-selling SR Series showed steady growth and reached 380 aircraft in 2018, an increase of seven percent over 2017, the Duluth-based manufacturer said Wednesday.
The 45th Slumberland American Birkebeiner cross country ski race will be in full swing beginning Thursday. More than 13,500 skiers and an estimated 30,000 spectators will gather for North America’s largest cross-country ski marathon and Nordic festivities in and around Hayward and Cable, Wis.
The age of big data translates to even bigger risk for businesses of all sizes, but middle market companies are particularly vulnerable, according to RSM.
Marketing agency Aimclear and the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce will host the eighth Zenith Digital Marketing Conference on April 25.
The spring Regional Economic Indicators Forum (REIF) will be held April 2 with keynote speaker Jen Ford Reedy, president of the Bush Foundation, giving an address entitled "How Change Happens."
The PolyMet nonferrous mine project near Hoyt Lakes was pretty much on life support in 2012. And its prognosis was bleak after the federal EPA rejected as “inadequate” an initial Environmental Impact Statement in 2009.
Any thoughts that the printing industry may be dead have been greatly exaggerated.
A semi-truck is bearing down on your lane and you get that eerie feeling as you wonder if they can see you. Imagine that truck braking to avoid a collision regardless of what the driver is aware of.
The Board of Directors of Xcel Energy Inc.on Wednesday raised the quarterly dividend on common stock from 38 cents per share to 40.5 cents per share, which is equivalent to an annual rate of $1.62 per share. The dividends are payable April 20 to shareholders of record on March 15.
Minnesota Chamber President Doug Loon issued the following statement in response to Gov. Tim Walz’s budget:
A bill with strong protections against abuse, neglect, assault, and other maltreatment in Minnesota assisted living facilities and nursing homes will be considered today in the House Health and Human Services Policy Committee.
DFL Gov. Tim Walz will hit the road in the coming days to begin selling his two-year budget proposal to the public. He's getting away from the Capitol where there's already a wide chasm between him and some key lawmakers who will decide the budget's fate.
Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. (NYSE: CLF) announced that Keith A. Koci has been appointed executive vice president, chief financial officer effective immediately. He replaces Timothy K. Flanagan, who will be leaving the company, effective immediately.
St. Luke’s Gastroenterology Associates has hired Physician Assistant Chelsea Ruda. Shereceived her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies degree from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse and is certified by the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Prior to joining St. Luke’s,…
The Duluth office of Kraus-Anderson Construction Company (KA) has promoted Peter Auvinen and Paul Noll to project managers.
Licensed Psychologist Matthew Webb has joined the Essentia Health-Polinsky Medical Rehabilitation Center in Duluth. He has lived and worked in the Grand Marais area for the past seven years. Webb earned a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkley, Calif.