The Pioneer Press reports former Bread, Coffee & Cake owner Robert Dubuc is trying again in a new location. The old place, which was backed up against a bluff near the Wabasha caves, was randomly destroyed by a 20-foot boulder one morning.
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The court, however, overruled several challenges to the permit.
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It's not clear whether she was involved in the vehicle theft.
Fatal hit-and-run driver can avoid prison time with plea deal
He was charged with striking and killing a 56-year-old who was walking her dog.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Monday, January 24
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A 35-year-old man has been arrested in connection to the shooting.
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Her trial was set to begin this week.
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The people inside the homes were nearly struck, according to the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office.
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No arrests have been made.
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Opening statements begin Monday.
Dough to rise again after boulder flattened bakery
Bakery owner Robert Dubuc is resurrecting Bread, Coffee & Cake in Mendota Heights, about 10 minutes from the St. Paul spot where a boulder "the size of two vans" fell on the roof and destroyed the original bakery about a year ago.
New signage rules frustrating St. Paul businesses
St. Paul leaders say the rules are meant to help keep things safe and attractive. KSTP reports only 30 percent of a window can be covered, allowing customers and employees to clearly see in and out of a business. The St. Paul Chamber of Commerce opposed the rules worried new businesses won't consider opening in the capital city. The new ordinance goes into effect on February 8.
Iconic 1st National Bank Building in downtown St. Paul has a new owner
The historic 662,000-square-foot tower, known for its neon 1st sign, was sold to a New York City investment group for a little more than $19.8 million. The Business Journal notes Houston-based Fairfield Financial Group bought the First National Bank Building in January 2007 for $27.1 million.
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