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CEO of Miner's Inc. dies at age 77

Jim Miner Sr., the CEO of Hermantown-based Miner's Inc., died on Sunday. He was 77 years old. His funeral will be held on Thursday at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary in Duluth.
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Jim Miner Sr., the CEO of Hermantown-based Miner's Inc., died on Sunday. He was 77 years old. His funeral will be held on Thursday at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary in Duluth.

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