Three years ago, Brian Forcier announced the construction of Duluth’s largest commercial office building. As president of AtWater Group, he stood side-by-side with then-Mayor Don Ness and outlined details of the $80-plus million project at 425 W. Superior St.
For the first time in this area, a health care provider and an insurance company are working jointly to provide a group plan between a commercial insurer and an Accountable Care Organization.
A pioneer in Duluth’s craft brewing industry, Tim Nelson is putting more than two decades of experience to use in a new venture – as a brewery consultant. As CEO and development director of recently-formed Bev-Craft, he leads a group of four that has made it their business to help craft brewers.
When most people enter a hospital, they probably assume that those who assist them immediately at the door or in other ways are employees of the institution. This is not always true; in fact, senior volunteering is growing in popularity across the Northland.
The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system has revealed the financial reality it’s facing. What lies ahead for the system (formerly known as MnSCU) is a series of choices that hopefully will allow it to continue to deliver quality education but at a lower cost.