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  1. Interstate 535 temporary ramp closures scheduled April 28, 29 in DuluthRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business North

    Two I-535 ramps will close temporarily for routine inspections in Duluth. Signed detour routes will be in place to direct motorists during the closures.

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  2. New Orthopaedic Associates Clinic to open May 1 in HibbingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business North

    Orthopaedic Associates of Duluth is expanding its orthopaedic services in Hibbing with the addition of a new clinic, which will open on May 1 at 1101 E. 37th St. in the Mesabi Mall. It offers Hibbing area patients a local location to choose when seeking care for sports or other injuries, joint pain and foot and ankle issues.

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  3. Beacon Bank announces new officersRead the original story

    Thursday | Business North

    Dyer joined Beacon Bank in 2006 and most recently has served as a vice president overseeing operations. * Pat Neisen has been promoted to senior vice president/senior credit officer.

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  4. Ness reflects on years in officeRead the original story

    Thursday | Business North

    When looking back on the last seven-plus years in Duluth's top administrative office, Mayor Don Ness certainly has a great deal on which to reflect. When he took office in 2008, he inherited a host of issues.

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  5. Duluth announces new mixed-use developmentRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Business North

    The city of Duluth will be working with United Properties of Minneapolis to create Kenwood Village, a 14,000 sq. ft. mixed-use project that would be located on the corner of Kenwood Avenue and West Arrowhead Road.

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  6. Drug forum prompts call for more resourcesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Business North

    Around 100 community members and concerned parents took part in a forum largely about heroin. Melissa Barsamian reports people stressed the need for an inpatient treatment center.

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  7. Dr. Person named Business Person of the YearRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Business North

    PHOTO: Dr. Peter Person, left, receives the Business Person of the Year award from UMD Labovitz School of Business and Economics Dean Amy Hietapelto. Dr. Peter Person, retiring Essentia Health chief executive, was named Business Person of the Year Wednesday by the UMD Labovitz School of Business and Economics .

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  8. Engineers recognize plow as historicRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Business North

    The American Society of Mechanical Engineers recognized Northern Pacific Rotary Snow Plow No. 2 as an historic mechanical engineering landmark at a Lake Superior Railway Museum ceremony Thursday.

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  9. Duluth Mayor Don Ness receives LISC awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | Business North

    Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak honored Duluth Mayor Don Ness in his keynote address titled, 'Hometown Legacy of a Homegrown Mayor' at the 2015 Duluth LISC annual awards luncheon April 15. The speech focused on how Ness has 'let Duluth be Duluth' and set the stage for Duluth LISC to present Mayor Ness with its 2015 Building Healthy Communities Award. More than 300 business attended the event to celebrate Duluth LISC's neighborhood revitalization and community development progress.

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  10. PolyMet CEO: Precious metals will diversify, enhance economyRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Business North

    Both the copper market and PolyMet are positioned well for future growth, the company's president and CEO said April 15 at the annual Society of Mining Engineers Minnesota Conference in Duluth. Jon Cherry said a company that mines copper, nickel and other precious metals will diversify the state's mining industry at a time when the iron ore market is struggling with low commodity prices, which have triggered layoffs.

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  11. Four take new roles at Viant CraneRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Business North

    Mark Korte, Mark Lindberg and Randy Metcalf are service writers, based at Viant's new 20,000-square foot Service Center in South Superior. Their duties include scheduling maintenance, procuring parts and communicating with customers and crane operators.

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  12. PolyMet CEO: Precious metals will diversity, enhance area economyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Business North

    Both the copper market and PolyMet are positioned well for future growth, the company's president and CEO said Wednesday at the annual Society of Mining Engineers Minnesota Conference in Duluth. Jon Cherry said a company that mines copper, nickel and other precious metals will diversify the state's mining industry at a time when the iron ore market is struggling with low commodity prices, which have triggered layoffs.

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  13. Ashland Superfund project advances to its second phaseRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Business North

    Photo: Geotechnical engineers used a boring machine to gather lakebed samples east of the marina where a permanent breakwater could be installed as part of the sediment cleanup. Photo courtesy of Xcel Energy During this first segment of the effort, which occurred throughout 2014, more than 70,000 tons of material were excavated and thermally treated, and over 17,000 tons of material - including concrete, logs and slabs - were hauled to a landfill just outside of Duluth.

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  14. Miller Hill Mall hosts job fairRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Business North

    Miller Hill Mall, Duluth's premier shopping center, managed by Simon Property Group, will host the Northland job fair in the hopes of substantially increasing the community's workforce. The 'Top of the Hill Job Fair' will bring in various community businesses looking to fill more than 500 job openings.

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  15. Cozy quarters stimulate the creative edgeRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Business North

    Photo: Briana von Elbe, left, and Operations Manager Shana Schneekloth pose in the CEO's office, which features the home style that creates a cozy atmosphere for employees. BusinessNorth photo Surroundings can play an important role for those in creative professions - artistic-minded individuals lean toward natural amenities and away from traditional office decor.

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  16. Candidates for Superior mayor have similar goals, different strategiesRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Business North

    When Bruce Hagen ran for Superior mayor in 2011, a distinct philosophical line separated the candidates. Hagen, who previously served as mayor from 1975 to 1987, had a distinctly 'hands on' platform.

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  17. Biking movement gains strengthRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 2 | Business North

    The bicycling drumbeat is growing in tandem with the size of Duluth's system of trails and marked riding lanes, and the private sector is adding its support in a big way. 'Right now, about 54 miles are complete and open to the public,' said Pamela Schmitt, fundraising coordinator for the Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores , a Duluth-based hobby group that has grown to exceed 300 members.

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  18. St. Louis County to invest $119 million in roads and bridgesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Business North

    St. Louis County has allocated $119 million during the next two years to improve more than 420 miles of roads and replace 47 deficient bridges. Funding will originate from a combination of state aid, federal highway funds, and a $40 million infusion from general obligation capital improvement bonds, which will be paid back using revenue from the new transportation sales tax.

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  19. Woodland Hills expands leadership teamRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Business North

    Melissa Herold was named controller and is responsible for management of the agency's business office and financial affairs. She oversees budget development and management, financial management, fiscal control, financial analyses and financial planning.

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  20. Three join Meyer Group ArchitectureRead the original story

    Monday Mar 30 | Business North

    Meyer Group Architecture of Duluth has expanded its staff with the addition of Aaron Brown, Lenny Bellecourt and Alec Polling. Brown as an intern architect / designer.

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