The La Crosse Tribune reports the Minnesota-based company is shutting down the Brice Prairie plant near Onalaska in the next couple of months.
Charges: Driver had been drinking at party before striking teens, killing one
The victims were walking home from Walmart at the time of the crash, according to court documents.
State: Beltrami County Jail conditions present imminent risk of 'life-threatening harm'
The state is taking action to force changes at the Beltrami County Jail.
Utilities ask MN residents to reduce energy use as cold snap induces peak demand
The central U.S. is in the midst of a cold snap.
Tributes to 15-year-old girl killed in Burnsville crash
The teenager was a student at Burnsville High School.
Amazon to close Shakopee sort center, affecting 680 employees
The MSP5 center will close at the end of March.
Barenaked Ladies, Semisonic, Del Amitri to play 2 shows in Minnesota
Tickets go on sale Friday.
Charges: New Ulm couple abused young children with cruel punishments
Warning: The following contains upsetting details about child abuse.
Boy reels in 9.5lb walleye, wins pickup truck at Brainerd ice fishing tourney
Contestants come from all over the country compete in the annual event held in Brainerd.
Arrowhead 135 ultramarathon in northern MN kicks off in -25F temperatures
The race is considered one of the 50 most challenging races in the world.
Richfield student dies of injuries following Bloomington hit-and-run
The second crash victim remains hospitalized.
Owners of Extreme Sandbox to open 'blue-collar focused' taphouse in Hastings
The Quarry Taphouse is expected to open in mid-February.
Gallery: $500k St. Paul home built in 1886 sits on three acres
Old world charm on the East Side.
SW Minn. dairy plant to close, eliminating 130 jobs
Associated Milk Producers Inc., based in New Ulm, plans to shut down its manufacturing facility in Dawson by the end of the year, the West Central Tribune reports. The soon-to-be idled plant has about 130 workers and primarily produces cheese sauces and puddings.
Bemis to close two metro plants, eliminate jobs
Packaging company Bemis will close its St. Louis Park facility at the end of August or early September and its Minneapolis facility near the University of Minnesota will likely close by the end of the year, the company has reported. About 160 employees will be laid off.
Georgia-Pacific to close Duluth hardboard plant, shedding 140 jobs
Atlanta-based Georgia-Pacific's hardboard manufacturing plant in Duluth will permanently shut down on Aug. 31, the Duluth News Tribune. A company spokesman said, "The employees are welcome to apply for any other jobs we have” at other facilities. The closure leaves 140 employees looking for work. They will be paid and receive benefits for 60 days.
Longtime candy maker closing plant, cutting jobs
After more than 75 years in Round Lake, Farley's & Sather's Candy Company is closing its southwestern Minnesota headquarters. Up to 100 jobs at the plant will be phased out starting this summer and continue through the spring of next year. Last month, the Minnesota-based candy maker announced it had agreed to merge with Ferrara Pan Candy in suburban Chicago. The new headquarters will be based in Illinois.
A little reversal of fortune for Wisconsin plant as Polaris announces new jobs
Polaris says it will add 89 jobs at its sport vehicle plant in Osceola in northwestern Wisconsin, though the plant is still down hundreds of jobs from two years ago, when Polaris announced it would close the site and move the work to Mexico. The expansion comes after the Medina-based company acquired Indian Motorcycles and other brands.
Pepsi to close bottling operation in Fargo, eliminating 16 jobs
PepsiCo has decided to shut down its bottling operations and eliminate 16 jobs in Fargo, N.D., Forum Communications reports. The company will keep about 300 warehouse and sales positions in the area.
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