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The week’s top business stories from Twin Cities Business

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Here are this week’s top business stories from the Editors of Twin Cities Business:

Louisiana-Pacific Is Mystery Company Receiving $66M In Public Financing

State lawmakers finally revealed the identity of the home siding company at an announcement for a $440 million plant in Hoyt Lakes.

Former Community Action CEO Pleads Guilty To Embezzlement Charges

The trial for his son Jordan Davis is still set to start next week.

No Contract Talks Scheduled Between Allina, Nurses

Possible strike looms amid health plan dispute.

Dakota County Committee Votes To Leave CTIB

The suburban county would be the first to leave the regional transportation funding body.

Mayo’s “Transformational Centers” Could Be First Beneficiaries Of DMC Build-Out

Regenerative, individualized medicine researchers seem likely picks for new Rochester buildings.

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3rd federal medical team to join COVID-19 fight in Minnesota

There are more than 1,500 people with COVID-19 admitted to Minnesota hospitals.

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Driver killed after other motorist crosses into opposite lane

The head-on crash occurred early Thursday, just north of the Twin Cities.

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MSHSL approves shot clock for Minnesota varsity basketball

Shot clocks will be required at all varsity games beginning in 2023-24.

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Popcorn shop featured on 'The Late Show' has to close 2 days later

A county inspection after the national TV appearance found code violations.

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Minnesotan infected with omicron was vaccinated, had booster shot

The Hennepin County man received his booster shot in early November.

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2 people plead guilty in fatal Dakota County home invasion

Two others charged in the incident will go to trial next year.

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25-year-old arrested after multi-city police chase in western suburbs

Police were called for a welfare check but learned it was a domestic violence incident.

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After getting COVID, Harrison Smith still not considering vaccine

The Vikings safety says he doesn't plan on getting vaccinated.

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