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Data: Feb. 22, 2019
Data: Feb. 21, 2019
Tiny new moon discovered around Neptune
Public hearing on education is Friday in Windom
SWMC announces two Wednesday cancellations
Thursday sports roundup: Luverne, Windom hockey teams eliminated in Section 3A
College girls basketball: Lady Jays look sharp
College men's basketball: Bluejays wilt, lose to Ridgewater
Girls basketball: SWC survives determined Worthington effort
Wild snap five-game skid with win over Rangers
’Ultimate Chamber Mixer’ set for Feb. 26
GreatLIFE to host open house with new leaders
Knutson: ‘Why write about it?’ Cultured meat story raises questions
Boundaries are important when responding to work communication after hours
Family makes tough decision to sell cows
Place a Business Announcement
Letter: New York law destroys life instead of preserving it
Aimlessly Navigating: Downloading ...
Letter: Cummings responds to Globe editorial
Column: What is alternative about the ALC?
Letter: Let’s keep Shopko part of the exciting things happening here
Beverly Irene Wallace
Dennis G. Brouwer
Joseph G. Henning
Family Fun at Home & Lifestyle Show
Four Legionnaires' disease cases linked to Crookston hotel
Disheveled Theologian: Of lobsters and love
Projects still sought for mission trip to Worthington
Even in winter, Luverne Loop lures outdoor enthusiasts
out and about
Bill and Lorraine Duitsman
Dale & Kathy Solt
Air quality remains good in N.D./Minn.
MNIT seeks funds to protect Minnesotans' data
Probate of Vernon G. Engelkes
November 28, 2018
Low yields, depressed markets take toll on southwest Minnesota farmers
WORTHINGTON — A challenging growing season, depressed markets, increased input costs and China’s imposed tariffs on agricultural products...
November 28, 2018 - 7:00am
September 13, 2018
Black, Hispanic Minnesotan incomes rebounded in 2017; significant gaps remain
ST. PAUL — New data from the U.S. Census Bureau contain good news for Minnesota workers, especially those in black and Hispanic households. Median earnings for black households rose for the third consecutive year in 2017, beginning to remedy one of the state's most troubling...
September 13, 2018 - 6:00am
September 11, 2018
Study takes dim view of TIF loans, a common finance tool in Minnesota
ST. PAUL — A new study published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy probes the pitfalls of "tax increment financing" districts — bank loans and other financial incentives that developers pay back with funds that would have otherwise gone toward property taxes. From...
September 11, 2018 - 8:56pm
July 14, 2018
Minnesota's prevailing-wage laws a 'win-win-win,' researcher says; critics call for changes
ST. PAUL—Are Minnesota's rules setting pay on state-funded public construction projects a boost for skilled labor or a barrier for workers...
July 14, 2018 - 9:19am
July 6, 2018
Minnesota a trade war battlefield
ST. PAUL — Minnesota is a battlefield in a war pitting the United States against trading partners. President Donald Trump on Friday, July 6, tacked 25 percent tariffs on $34 billion of goods China sells in the United States. Trump says the tariffs eventually may cover up to $550...
July 6, 2018 - 3:31pm
June 28, 2018
$641M in Minnesota-made exports could be impacted by tariffs, report says
ST. PAUL—The state of Minnesota has released a report on the potential impact of President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs — or rather, foreign reaction to them — on Minnesota's exports, identifying hundreds of millions of dollars in state-produced products...
June 28, 2018 - 7:22pm
June 20, 2018
Trump promises to improve American economy at Duluth meeting with miners
June 20, 2018 - 9:26pm
May 5, 2018
AgweekTV: Veteran Veterinarian
A longtime Cooperstown, N.D., vet retired a few months ago at age 84 after practicing for nearly 60 years. But livestock, friendship and his...
May 5, 2018 - 8:30am
January 3, 2018
Arctic air anchors frozen freighters to bring Minn. shipping industry to a crawl
DULUTH, Minn.—Bursting with horsepower to spare in what has been a banner season, the Great Lakes shipping industry slowed against its...
January 3, 2018 - 7:54am
February 26, 2016
Minnesota budget surplus slips
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota's state revenues appear to be down, a state report shows this morning. Minnesota Management and Budget, the state's finance agency, said the projected surplus is $900 million for the current two-year budget cycle. Late last year, the state reported a $1.2 billion...
February 26, 2016 - 9:52am
January 1, 2016
State's economy a mix of both good and bad
ST. PAUL — Minnesota’s economy is a study in contradictions. So much of the news looks good: near record-low unemployment, overall wage payments rising, few signs of the recession remain. But there also are warning signs: manufacturing, mining and farm economies lag; some parts...
January 1, 2016 - 9:45pm
December 16, 2015
Fed raises interest rates for first time in nearly 10 years, citing ongoing U.S. recovery
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve hiked interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade Wednesday, signaling faith that the U.S. economy...
December 16, 2015 - 4:15pm
September 27, 2015
National ranking of fast-growing companies lists four in Bemidji
BEMIDJI — From the industrial park to downtown, Bemidji’s economy is both expanding and diversifying. Want proof? A recent ranking of...
September 27, 2015 - 8:06pm
July 21, 2015
Column: More public-private partnerships ideal for Greater Minnesota economy
By BRIAN HERMAN and MAURA DONOVAN, University of Minnesota Greater Minnesota faces a growing challenge. Regional economies throughout the state are feeling the effects of unsteadiness in key industries like manufacturing and agriculture. In some cases, jobs, and consequently residents,...
July 21, 2015 - 5:10pm
June 11, 2015
Editorial: Growing up here can be advantageous
Ask young people in Worthington — or another southwest Minnesota community — if they’ve liked growing up in their hometown, and there will likely be a variety of answers. Many, no doubt, are proud to call their town home.
June 11, 2015 - 5:20pm