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Still in business today, 140-year-old Storey Taxidermy in Duluth was founded by a "chiropractor" who peddled quackery.
The PACC hosted a grand opening for their brand new Adventureland on Thursday, Oct. 27.
The average gas price on Tuesday in North Dakota was $3.63 a gallon – about 14 cents below the national average of $3.77.
Arvig said it’s extremely rare for the company to see such a large-scale outage, but added that “cyberattacks are unfortunately a reality that we — like every other service provider — must be prepared for. Thanks to the security measures we had already developed and immediate action and coordinated response of Arvig’s IT, cybersecurity, networking and engineering teams, the threat was eliminated and services were restored within a matter of hours. Most importantly, your customer data was kept safe.”
Xcel Energy oversaw the implosion of the former Minnesota Valley electric generation plant in Granite Falls on Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022. The plant generated electricity from 1930 to 2004, and was officially retired in 2009.
Recipients were formally recognized at an awards dinner on Oct. 19 in Minneapolis.
Nadine's, a clothing store in Perham, will be closing its doors in the next few months.
A spokeswoman for Sanford Health's corporate office in Sioux Falls said the organization was unable to provide specific details, including the number of layoffs and which of the company's regions are affected.
As ticket holders began filing into Spanky's Stone Hearth in Vergas, Minn. for a four-course meal and wine pairing event, presented by the Detroit Lakes Breakfast Rotary, on Oct. 11, they expected a delicious evening of adventure for their palates and Head Chef Michael Kasper provided everything they craved.
The orchard store will be open this weekend, the trails will be beautiful, the trolley will be running, and apples are still available — along with dessert treats served up in the store, homemade wildflower honey, and homemade maple syrup.
When Jay Clark and Tammy Soma Clark began Rochester's Apples R Us in 2009 they only had 300 trees planted, now in 2022, they have over 12,500 with plans to plant a third orchard section by 2024.

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