The manufacturing industry in Minnesota faces some unique challenges that business executives are combating via creative and flexible strategies.
- Retail decline hurts real estate
- For Minnesota cities and counties, the 2019 increase in state aid was long awaited
- As Trump Calls For Immigration Crack Downs, Dairy Industry Worries About Declining Work Force
- 1st-time homebuyers are getting squeezed out by investors
- Area manufacturers dissect survey findings
U.S. Steel officials say the company’s pellet operations on the Iron Range will not be affected at this time by the idling of two blast furnaces‚ one in Gary, Ind., the other at Great Lakes in Detroit.
Richard A. Carter will become LHB’s chief executive officer on July 15. Carter previously held the position of integrative design team leader and was a senior vice president for the company.
The Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce will host its 50th annual golf tourney July 22. The event will include:
The Maritime Improv Crew provides a hilarious PG 13 long form improv show once a month on the 3rdfloor at the Fitgers Spirit of the North theater at 7pm. Tickets are $15/adults $10 students @ door.
There’s good and bad news about Duluth’s commercial real estate market, depending on your perspective.
From tornados to blizzards and excessive rain to droughts and heat, extreme weather is nothing new to Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Duluth has an ambitious construction schedule laid out for 2019 and beyond.
St. Luke’s Inpatient Pharmacy celebrated its $1.5 million remodeling Thursdayl with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The project expanded the Inpatient pharmacy from 2,600 square feet to more than 4,200 square feet.
The union representing Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 employees in Minnesota, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) Local 704, on Tuesday released an internal EPA email they obtained through an anonymous source contending the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPC…
The Duluth Seaway Port Authority and its terminal operations on Rice’s Point earned high marks in the Green Marine environmental performance report released June 6.
Enbridge's proposed Line 3 oil pipeline replacement likely could see more delays, after two state agencies involved in the project said Tuesday that the permitting schedule for the pipeline needs to be revised.
Some Wisconsin dairy leaders worry increased scrutiny around immigration is having an impact on the immigrant labor force the industry depends on.President Donald Trump recently announced immigration authorities would begin new efforts to deport people living in the country illegally. Offici…
Dr. Paul Perry has joined St. Luke’s Internal Medicine Associates as a hospitalist. Dr. Perry received his medical degree from the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Mo. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Beaumont Hospital in Trenton, Mich. Dr…
Tammy “Tamm” Kritzer is joining Essentia Health as senior vice president for the East Market’s regional hospitals, clinics and long-term care facilities.
LHB, Inc. announced several professional recognitions and new employees.
Dr. Jon Pryor is joining Essentia Health in the role of East Market president, overseeing Essentia’s facilities in northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin. He previously served as chief executive officer for Hennepin Healthcare System in Minneapolis, providing a depth of experience…