Todd Hoffner, former head coach of at Minnesota State University, Mankato was named head football coach position at Minot State University. Read more →
The Minnesota Court of Appeals hears arguments today in a case involving the rights of Winona homeowners to rent out their properties.
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Mayo Clinic officials announced a $72.1 million expansion to parts of Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester. The project includes adding five floors to the Mary Brigh East Building and renovating the third floor of the Domitilla Building at Saint Marys Hospital, according to a news release. In all, it will add nearly 132,000 square feet Read more →
An Olmsted County judge has said a Rochester wig shop owner can stay in her current location despite efforts by her landlord, the Kahler Hotel, to evict her.
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Several downhill ski areas around Minnesota are open this weekend with limited runs. Good morning! It's waiting for you… pic.twitter.com/Hh59OJWb6r — Spirit Mountain (@spiritmtduluth) November 23, 2013 Cooler temperatures have given ski operators a chance to make snow and a number of areas are now open for business. “We’ve all been putting up with some Read more →
The fight to save a historic public school building in Kasson, Minn. will go to trial on January 6, 2014 in Olmsted County District Court. Earlier this year, two residents filed a lawsuit against the city after officials revived plans to demolish the structure and build a new library. Both sides met last week but failed Read more →
An eviction case involving a wig shop owner and her landlord, the Kahler Hotel, is now in the hands of an Olmsted County judge.
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Sturdy footwear is suggested for today’s groundbreaking for the state’s second Veterans Cemetery in southeastern Minnesota Read more →
Mayo Clinic President and CEO Dr. John Noseworthy took the stage at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York this week with a new kind of partner – Sesame Street Muppet Rosita – and announced a new initiative to promote healthy behavior and disease prevention among women and children in five Latin American countries. Here’s Read more →
An Olmsted County judge issued a restraining order this week that temporarily prevents the demolition of a historic public school building in Kasson. Read more →