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Minneapolis west metropolitan news briefs: Bloomington's Old Cedar...
Bloomington's Old Cedar Avenue Bridge over Long Meadow Lake in the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Frattallone's Ace Hardware continues to expand
Frattallone's Ace Hardware plans to open a store in Eden Prairie next month. That is Larry Frattallone in the photo.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
ATMI Opens US Bio Development and Testing Lab
ATMI has opened a development and testing lab in the US to let customers test its single-use production and technologies.
AmericInn buys hotel on 494 strip
Paul Kirwin, president and CEO of Northcott Hospitality, the Chanhassen-based parent company of AmericInn, said the hotel chain is seeking "larger hotels in larger markets at highly visible locations."
Olmsted County Journal
Not everyone works "nine to five!" My husband and I had a friend living with us and taking care of our three boys who were under four years old at the time.
St. Cloud Times
Capital One, employee honored for supporting military employees
Minnesota Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve State Chairman Paul Monteen recognized Capital One, along with 32 other outstanding employers of Minnesota National Guard and Reserve members, at the Minnesota ESGR Annual Employer Support Awards Banquet on May 20 in Bloomington.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Btac Offers Don't Fear Shakespeare! Workshop and More, Summer 2013
Bloomington Theatre and Art Center is offering a variety of theater classes for youth and adults this spring and summer, including classes that introduce actors young and old to the works of William Shakespeare .
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Apartment Building Boom Spreading To Twin Cities Suburbs
Chuck Young feels like he lives in the heart of the city. In fact, he can see it from here.
Bloomington candle maker has a bright idea
Workers empty a Malkin five-color press of its order of printed commemorative drinking glasses at Acadian Candle Co.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Man Accused Of Posing As Aide, Having Sex With Vulnerable Woman
A 42-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of posing as a vulnerable woman's aide and repeatedly having sex with her, the Hennepin County Attorney's Office announced Friday.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Mystery writers' police academy
For writers, or aspiring writers, who are compelled to write stories of crime and punishment, a Twin Cities September event is going to help you make your fiction more accurate.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
New online tool helps novice landlords learn basics of renting
Deborah Edwards of Apple Valley didn't use a property manager when she and her fiance rented out her house before they married.
Salsa recalling faulty bike forks
Salsa Cycles issued a recall for 1,700 black La Cruz bicycle forks because they have a history of bending above the disc brake mount.
Motorist Dies in Vehicle Fire in Bloomington
Police were called to the scene about 8:15 a.m. for a vehicle fire, according to Cmdr.
Police: 1 Dead In Bloomington Car Fire
Police and fire officials were called to the area of 86th Street and Old Cedar Avenue in Bloomington just before 8 a.m. on a report of a vehicle on fire.
Xerxes Avenue bridge over 494 to open Friday
Bloomington commuters will have another option to get across I-494 starting Friday when the Xerxes Avenue bridge reopens to traffic.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
AOL City Guide
Best Western Plus Bloomington Hotel
This elegant hotel boasts an indoor water park, an on-site restaurant, and free Wi-Fi.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Free rides offered for a week on new Cedar Avenue BRT
To entice people to try the new Cedar Avenue bus rapid transit line, which opens June 22, transit agencies are offering free rides on the corridor and connecting routes from opening day through June 30. The BRT, known as the Red Line on the metro transit map, will loop continuously between Apple Valley and the Mall of America in Bloomington along ... (more)
Sun Jun 09, 2013
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Applications due July 15 for advocacy training
Baxter resident Rachel Rennicke, a special education teacher with the Brainerd schools who also has a brother in the end stage of renal failure, recently completed the Partners in Policymaking advocacy training program.