The Lakeville bar has been in the news for defying orders.
It faced being fined $3,000 for every day it remained open in defiance of the governor's shutdown.
The Lakeville bar reopened in mid-December and has been the subject of several actions by the state for defying orders.
Also hit by vandalism is Alibi Drinkery's neighbor, Angry Inch Brewing.
Alibi Drinkery has also been ordered to close by a court.
The Lakeville Bar is open again on Thursday.
Sen. Matt Little is calling for support of local businesses that follow the rules.
The bar stayed open despite a 60-day license suspension pending against it.
One bar has gone back to curbside pick-up while the other is still offering dine-in service.
Alibi Drinkery has courted controversy with its decision to flout COVID-19 orders.
The State of Minnesota also suspended the license of a Princeton bar, with another facing a suspension.
The 31-year-old suspect remains at Regions Hospital after being shot.
The crash involved in mini bike and a van in Lakeville on Nov. 9.
The 65-year-old is a coach at Lakeville South High School.
The recall comes days before Minnesota's deer hunting season opens.
The Lakeville City Council approved plans for the center on Monday.
Numerous season openers and Week 2 games have already been canceled.
Little has spoke out against the extreme language in attack ads during the election campaign.
Two are now open, with four more set to follow.
More strong and severe storms are possible later Sunday.
It has a covered ice rink, a pool and pool house, and a tavern with six beer taps, among other features.
The 26-year-old suffered a head injury in the fall.
Details are limited at this time.
The road around the home was closed off for 12 hours on Friday evening.