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The Harley Davidson-themed restaurant officially opened its doors Aug. 11 to the Cloquet community.
Experts weigh in on future after rough weeks on stock market
Local newscasts are now on CBS at 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. weekdays.
“The interest rate movements were very sudden and adjusted very quickly, and that suddenness has always led to a pullback in housing demand”

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A Halstad, Minnesota, family has created a business of producing early-generation potato seed for potato seed producers. The business is a two-generation effort, with numerous employees here on H-2A visas.
Fall tourism plays a large role in many small communities along Lake Superior's North Shore. Tourism experts from St. Louis, Lake and Cook counties highlight how visitors can capture the season with unique ways to experience maple and birch trees this autumn.
Ivy Black Wedding & Events in Saginaw is now booking reservations for October and beyond.
The big-box retailer had hired 100,000 workers for last year's holiday season, which was marked by tight labor supply. It had hired about 130,000 seasonal workers in 2019 and in 2020.
A desire for the rural lifestyle and the opportunity to carry on the family farming legacy were two of the major reasons that influenced Nick Hagen’s decision to farm.
Other Half Processing was created after the two brothers realized that animal byproducts from animals raised in regenerative systems were either just not being collected or weren’t kept separate from the commodity stream.

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Chance Jacobson, Hatton, North Dakota, was injured on July 18, 2022, when he was driving a side-by-side utility vehicle home after an afternoon of checking on and repairing pasture fences.
Ranchers or farmers can donate meat, including beef, chicken and pork from North Dakota-raised livestock, or donors can give money that will be used to purchase the meat from ranches and farms within the state.
The Northland's largest candy store hopes to bring iconic hot air ballooning back with an annual event.

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