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Gas prices slip below $1 a gallon at some Minnesota gas stations

This is not a cruel April Fools' Day joke. A gallon of gas on Wednesday morning was going for less than $1 at a few Minnesota gas stations, and prices at some stations in the metro had dropped to $1.06. Analysts say the lowest gas prices in nearly two decades have been...

 

A Guide for Minnesota Small Businesses Who Need Help

Over the past few weeks, several state and federal programs have been built to assist small businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. Different programs make sense for different businesses, so we’re providing this summary guide to help small businesses quickly see which programs might be right for their...

 

YMCA CycleHealth Offers Kids and Families Free Daily Physical Activity Challenges with New 12Bursts

Minneapolis, MN – CycleHealth, a kid-powered wellness initiative of the YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, offers a free, web-based challenge for kids and families to get 12 bursts of...

 

Polaris resumes some production but initiates pay cuts, furloughs

Polaris Inc. will temporarily furlough some workers and cut pay of others, the company said Tuesday in its latest step to survive the severe downturn resulting from the corona­virus outbreak. Its chief executive, Scott Wine, said he will forgo his salary for the rest...

 

Hy-Vee Reserves One Hour of Aisles Online Shopping Each Day for Those Considered High Risk; Partners with DoorDash for 20,000 Free Deliveries

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (March 31, 2020) — Hy-Vee, Inc. announces today that it will be reserving one hour of Hy-Vee Aisles Online shopping time slots each day for customers who are considered “high-risk.” Aisles Online is Hy-Vee’s grocery ordering service available at hy-vee.com/grocery/ or via the Hy-Vee...

 

Oil prices have crashed, but Keystone XL keeps moving forward

Despite this year's crash in crude prices, TC Energy Corp on Tuesday said it would start construction on the controversial $8bn Keystone XL pipeline after it secured financial backing for the project from the government of Alberta, Canada, pushing the long-delayed pipeline closer to fruition. Alberta, home of the...

 

Seven Clans Casinos extending closure through April 13, 2020

Attention Valued Guests 3-30-2020 Seven Clans Casinos is extending our closure through April 13, 2020. Seven Clans Casinos Management Team & the Red Lake Tribal Council are united in the effort to prevent the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19. (Although, there have...

 

DEED Announces Small Business Loan Guarantee Program

St. Paul – The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is announcing the Minnesota Small Business Loan Guarantee Program, which was approved by the Minnesota Legislature last week. This temporary program, established in response to impacts of COVID-19, provides another option for financing...

 

Delta cuts flights between Minneapolis-St. Paul and Hawaii, other countries

Delta Air Lines temporarily ended Minnesota's direct connections to Hawaii and most places overseas, including Canada, part of the ongoing reduction in its flight capacity as demand continues to weaken for air travel. Delta, the dominant carrier at Minneapolis-St. Paul...

 

News from Red Lake Subway

Congratulations to LeAnn Kingbird, February Subway Employee of the Month. Staff members receive a $100 reward for exceeding expectations in their position. "I really enjoy rewarding staff for going above and beyond at work," said Allen, G.M. of Red Lake Trading Post....

 

TEMPORARY CHANGE IN STORES HOURS AT RED LAKE TRADING POST

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING TEMPORARY CHANGES OF STORE HOUR STARTING FRIDAY 3/26/2020. THE RED LAKE TRADING POST MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 8 AM TO 6 PM. THE DELI WILL CLOSE AT 5 PM, TAKE OUT ONLY. RED LAKE NATION FUELS MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 9 AM TO 5 PM. CLOSED SUNDAYS....

 

Stores banning reusable bags, putting up shields to keep workers safe

Two weeks ago, retailers began putting out bottles of hand sanitizer and cleaning check lanes once every 30 minutes. Now, that's not nearly enough. https://www.startribune.com/groceries-banning-reusable-bags-cleaning-more-to-keep-workers-safe/5690975...

 

Target to clean checkout lanes after each transaction

MINNEAPOLIS - Target said Wednesday, March 25, it will clean checkout lanes after each sale, add signs and floor decals to ensure shoppers are maintaining social distancing and expand its dedicated shopping hours for elderly shoppers and those with underlying health...

 

Attorney General Ellison begins crackdown on COVID-19 pandemic profiteering

statewide crackdown on people and businesses engaged in “pandemic profiteering.” The Attorney General’s Office began its enforcement efforts immediately after Executive Order 20-10 went into effect at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 21, 2020. The Executive Order bans price-gouging on essential goods and services dur...

 

Minnesotans storm liquor stores, and an 'essential' debate emerges

Minnesotans stormed the state's liquor stores over the past week, leaving some in complete disarray as shoppers stocked up in the face of coronavirus. Now, drinkers and distributors alike wonder: If Gov. Tim Walz orders Minnesotans to "shelter in place," will the...

 

DEED Creating Emergency Loan Program for Minnesota Small Businesses

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is creating an emergency loan program to help Minnesota small business owners who need immediate assistance to meet their families’ basic needs during COVID-19 closures. The loan program was created under the Small Business Assistance Executive...

 

SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Minnesota Small Businesses Economically Impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

ATLANTA – The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to Minnesota small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza announced today. SBA acted under its own authority, as...

 

Coronavirus is changing food demand by the week, General Mills says

General Mills raised its outlook for the year on Wednesday as it races to keep up with demand for cereals, soups and other products that spiked in recent weeks as Americans holed up in their homes due to the coronavirus. Executives of the Golden Valley-based food...

 

Walmart to Shut Down 269 Stores, Including 154 in US

Walmart is closing 269 of its stores, including 154 locations in the United States, the company said today. "Closing stores is never an easy decision, but it is necessary to keep the company strong and positioned for the future," said Doug McMillon, president and CEO...

 

Prairie Island Indian Community declares state of emergency, cancels all events

PRAIRIE ISLAND — Prairie Island Indian Community announced a series of actions Wednesday to protect residents, employees and casino-goers from the COVID-19 pandemic. Tribal Council declared a state of emergency March 17 and closed Treasure Island Resort & Casino for at least two weeks. The declaration authorizes...

 

Mall of America closes; Target, Best Buy to reduce hours

The announcements of store closures, which began trickling in over the weekend, have turned into a flood in the past 24 hours with big hitters from the Mall of America to Macy's and Nordstrom saying they are shutting down for at least two weeks. Because of the...

 

Mystic Lake, Little Six to temporarily close starting Wednesday at noon

PRIOR LAKE, Minn. (FOX 9) - In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel and Little Six Casino will be temporarily closing starting at noon on Wednesday, according to a press release. The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community made the decision...

 

Stocks plunge as Wall Street, White House see recession risk

NEW YORK - The U.S. stock market plunged to its worst day in more than three decades as voices from Wall Street to the White House said the coronavirus may be dragging the economy into a recession. Monday's 12% drop for the S&P 500 means it has plummeted nearly 30%...

 

Health care companies race to find test to quickly detect coronavirus

Responding to limitations in existing testing methods, health care companies around the world are racing to produce new point-of-care diagnostic systems that can quickly detect the presence of the new coronavirus. All of the existing devices used to diagnose COVID-19...

 

Apple temporarily shuts stores worldwide to fight virus

LONDON - Tech giant Apple is closing its stores outside of China for two weeks and will only sell online as part of efforts to fight the global viral pandemic. "In our workplaces and communities, we must do all we can to prevent the spread of COVID-19," CEO Tim Cook...

 

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