"You didn't build that" is something the burgeoning number of students at Dunwoody College of Technology won't have to hear. Enrollment at the Minneapolis school is at a 15-year high as manufacturers - especially in Minnesota's medical device industry - clamor for more skilled workers. Dunwoody has even added a six month fast-track program to help meet the demand.
Jordan Greenway runs into Darcy Kuemper, sparks fight
Kuemper got knocked out of the game, leading to the brawl.
MacKinnon's controversial goal helps Avalanche top Wild
Kirill Kaprizov's two goals were spoiled by a questionable call.
Attorney accused of sex assault misses hearing, DMs judge
He was arrested the next day after a warrant was issued,
Charges: Man who killed father with hammer says 'the devil made me do it'
The 33-year-old has been charged with murder.
Winter Carnival: Get vaccinated or test negative before coming
Organizers are also reminding people to be mindful of the city's emergency regulations.
2-year-old California girl hurt in crash in southern MN
Another passenger was also injured.
Did either of these 2 MN homes get voted the 'Ugliest House in America'?
This story contains spoilers for the HGTV series.
Driver, 15 years old, hurt when car collides with SUV
The road was wet at the time, the State Patrol said.
Twin Cities family featured on Andrew Zimmern's 'Family Dinner'
The episode made its TV debut Sunday.
California-inspired restaurant opens this week in downtown Minneapolis
It's located on the ground floor of the IDS Center.
Minnesotans have the Badgers back in the national spotlight
Three of Wisconsin's four leading scorers are from Minnesota.
Liriano retires: Remembering his meteoric rise as a rookie
There was no one better than Liriano from mid-May to late-July in 2006.
Nearly half of Minnesota manufacturers have jobs but no one qualified to fill them
A new survey of manufacturers shows the biggest shortages are in skilled production, followed by scientists and engineers. Officials say the lack of skilled workers could hurt the state’s economic growth if manufacturers can’t ramp up production.
Minnesota manufacturers struggling to find skilled workers
Nearly a third of the executives overseeing Minnesota's factories say finding skilled help is among their biggest worries, according to a report in the Pioneer Press. Many manufacturers are raising wages but still can't fill jobs because of poor perceptions of the industry and dwindling interest among young people.
Minnesota's manufacturers feel optimistic about 2012
A new report from the state says manufacturer's expect the industry to hold steady or grow in 2012. And about a third of manufacturers expect to hire new workers next year.
144 jobs to be lost as ADC closes Shakopee manufacturing plant
The owner of ADC Telecommunications has told employees that it will close its Shakopee manufacturing division, the Shakopee Valley News reports. Another 230 marketing, sales and management jobs will remain in the company's Telecom Networks division.
DeLaSalle High School President honored Saturday in Minneapolis
Hundreds of people gathered at the Basilica of St. Mary to honor Brother Michael Collins. The 74-year-old passed away last week, less than a month after he was diagnosed with lung cancer. Collins led DeLaSalle for twenty years and served on various Catholic education committees. During his tenure, the high school saw enrollment double and monetary contributions in the millions.
Minneapolis school district plans to reopen buildings as enrollment goes back up
It wasn't long ago that dwindling enrollment forced painful school closings in Minneapolis. Now a couple of those buildings will likely reopen to help make room for 2,000 additional students over the next four years.
Who needs low-wage manufacturing jobs? Maybe we do
The CEO of a Minneapolis company says letting low-wage jobs drift overseas could be a slippery slope. Patrick McHale of Graco Inc. told a manufacturing conference in Bloomington companies that provide low-skill jobs today often develop more sophisticated work. McHale called it a red flag that countries taking manufacturing jobs from the U.S. are also developing middle classes.
President of Minneapolis' DeLaSalle High School dies of lung cancer
Brother Michael Collins led DeLaSalle for twenty years and served on various Catholic education committees. The high school saw enrollment double and contributions soar under his guidance. He died at age 71, less than a month after he was diagnosed with lung cancer.
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