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Hy-Vee Stores Now Accept SNAP/EBT as Payment for Grocery Pickup Orders

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (Aug. 4, 2020) — Hy-Vee, Inc. announces today that all of its store locations that offer Hy-Vee Aisles Online grocery pickup now accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) as payment at time of pickup. SNAP/EBT beneficiaries now can shop online for groceries at Hy-Vee.com or via the Hy-Vee Aisles Online...

 

Have you heard? Red Lake Nation Foods and Minnestalgia becoming one

RED LAKE -- Those who have bought jams, jellies or syrups from Red Lake Nations Food might not have known that after the juices were made they were sent all the way to a company in McGregor, Minn. called Minnestalgia. Dave Manuel, 59, originally from the Twin Cities area, has been coming up to Red Lake since he was a child, and...

 

Star Tribune Top Executives: The 29th annual report

The Star Tribune counts options and stock awards toward total compensation when executives realize those equity awards and not in the year they are granted. By that definition, the 50 CEOs on this year’s list realized a combined $378 million in total compensation, slightly less than the prior year. The median realized compensation was $4.3 million, level with last year’s...

 

Fed sees dim economic outlook as virus squeezes economy

WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned Wednesday that the viral epidemic is endangering the modest economic recovery that followed a collapse in hiring and spending this spring. As a result, he said, the Fed plans to keep interest rates pinned near zero well into the future. That faltering economy, pressured by...

 

Best Buy to join other major retailers in closing for Thanksgiving Day

Following Target, Walmart and several other retailers, Best Buy announced Tuesday it will close on Thanksgiving and offer some of its holiday deals earlier. "We can all agree that, so far, 2020 has turned out differently than what we might have expected," the Richfield-based electronics chain said in a statement. "And now, the...

 

Hy-Vee Pharmacies Sharing Enhanced Safety Protocols; Offering Drive-Up Flu Vaccines Beginning Aug. 17

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (July 28, 2020) — Hy-Vee, Inc. announces today that the flu vaccine will be available inside its more than 270 Hy-Vee pharmacy locations throughout its eight-state region without an appointment or prescription, and will also be offered via a drive-up option at Hy-Vee pharmacy locations between Aug. 17 and Oct. 31. The Centers for Disease Control and Prev...

 

An inspector is coming to guarantee the quality of Red Lake Foods fuel products

Dear Community, An inspector is coming to guarantee the quality of our fuel products. As of now there is nothing to report, no evidence of contamination. Please be patient as we address the concern. After testing we will make the results public. Thank you. We are aware of the gas issue here, the mix-up only occurred in our 91...

 

Native American Reservations a Haven for New York Vape Shops

Around Thanksgiving 2019, two months after Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order that banned sales of flavored vaping products in New York, Taobi Silva thought he'd give the vape business another shot. Rob Ermolovich, the owner of a shop called Fluid Vapor and a local e-liquid manufacturing business, had given Silva a...

 

TCF Financial announces $1 billion loan drive to minority-owned small businesses

TCF Financial stepped up its commitment to minorities in the wake of the George Floyd killing and related demonstrations. CEO Craig Dahl, who merged TCF with Detroit's Chemical Financial Corp. in 2019, on Thursday announced a $1 billion loan commitment to minority- and female-owned small businesses over five years. The company...

 

Minnesota businesses see advantages in statewide mask policy

When asked to don a mask as they enter Cafe Latte in St. Paul, some customers have walked out in a huff. Others complied, says co-owner Bryce Quinn, but fussed whenever another customer slipped by unnoticed into the busy eatery. So it's perhaps no surprise that Quinn celebrated Gov. Tim Walz's mandatory COVID-19 mask order on...

 

Cluster of applications presents potential quagmire in Petoskey marijuana planning

PETOSKEY — The first business owners who will have a shot at opening a medical marijuana provisioning center are all eyeing storefronts along a short stretch of West Mitchell Street. Using a large raffle ticket drum at the front of the city council chambers, officials determined the roster of possible dispensaries Monday night, drawing randomly from the 16 eligible...

 

Hmong, Somali and Latino malls in Twin Cities devastated by economic effects of pandemic

Xue Lor has always relied on foot traffic to bring business to his electronics repair shop, Lor Imports, in Hmong Village in St. Paul. Yet that slowed when nearby food vendors closed during the state-ordered shutdown. Even after businesses in the village started to reopen, Lor saw the clothing shop across from him struggle. The...

 

Target will join Walmart, Best Buy in requiring masks

Target Corp. has become the latest mega-retailer to say it will require customers to wear face masks in its stores to help stem the spread of the coronavirus. Beginning Aug. 1, the Minneapolis-based retail company will require customers, except those with underlying medical conditions and young children, to wear face coverings,...

 

Walmart, Kroger will start requiring customers in US stores to wear masks

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board voted Wednesday night to cut the number of encampments spread across the city's parks, significantly reducing two sprawling encampments at Powderhorn Park. The unanimous vote was prefaced by more than an hour of public comment in which dozens of residents protested against the homeless...

 

Walmart, Kroger will start requiring customers in US stores to wear masks

New York (CNN Business) - Walmart will require customers at all of its US stores to wear masks beginning next week, becoming the largest retailer to mandate facial coverings as coronavirus cases continue to rise. Other national chains made similar moves on Wednesday. Kroger and Kohl's announced they would start requiring all customers to wear masks, signaling that more...

 

UnitedHealth Group profit doubles to $6.6 billion with COVID-19 slowdown

UnitedHealth Group's second-quarter profit jumped to $6.6 billion - double the earnings from the same period last year, and far beyond expectations - as the nation's largest health insurer paid out far fewer claims with the temporary shutdown of elective procedures due to COVID-19. The Minnetonka-based health care giant said...

 

Comcast offers 60 days of free internet service to low-income households

Like so many before me and after, my search for a better future led me to the Army. It was a scary prospect, but when I arrived at Ft. Leonard Wood, I was amazed at how many people were like me. No, they weren’t all Black women, and no, they weren’t all from the suburbs of Philadelphia. But I was surrounded by people teeming with resilience and strength—soldiers who had...

 

Construction wraps up on South Dakota State University's American Indian Student Center

BROOKINGS, S.D. – South Dakota State University says construction of its American Indian Student Center has been completed. The 12,000-square-foot center is located on the north end of the Rotunda Green in the area between Abbott Hall and Harding Hall, according to information provided by the university. "The new and improved...

 

3M, MIT team up to develop quicker, cheaper COVID-19 test

A collaboration between 3M and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology could lead to a faster, cheaper way to detect COVID-19 - one with results measured in minutes rather than days. In other words, it would likely be a big deal, if it works. 3M announced Tuesday its "antigen" testing effort received "phase 1" approval from a...

 

Hy-Vee Partners with Bellevue University to Launch First-of-its-Kind Tuition Assistance Program for Hy-Vee Employees and Their Immediate Family Members

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (July 14, 2020) — Hy-Vee, Inc. announces today that it is partnering with Bellevue University in its new Hy-Vee Tuition Assistance Program, available for all Hy-Vee employees and their immediate family members. The tuition assistance will be available beginning with the 2020 academic fall semester. Hy-Vee will select 100 full- or regular-time Hy-Vee empl...

 

AG Ellison settles with Frontier, concluding investigations into Minnesota telecoms providers

July 13, 2020 (SAINT PAUL) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced today that his office has entered into a settlement with Frontier Communications. The settlement with Frontier concludes the three major investigations and lawsuits that the Attorney General’s office launched into Minnesota’s major telecoms providers for deceptive, misleading, and fraudulent...

 

United Airlines warns 36,000 workers they could be laid off

United Airlines is warning 36,000 employees - nearly half its U.S. staff - they could be furloughed in October, the clearest signal yet of how deeply the virus pandemic is hurting the airline industry. The outlook for a recovery in the airline industry has dimmed in just the past two weeks, as infection rates rise in much of...

 

BAGLEY SHAD RAPS NOW AVAILABLE AT THE RED LAKE TRADING POST

BAGLEY SHAD RAPS NOW AVAILABLE AT THE RED LAKE TRADING POST!! COME SHOP OUR SELECTION OF TACKLE AND HARDWARE!! STAY SAFE!!...

 

Energy Transfer says Dakota pipeline to keep running during legal challenge

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Energy Transfer said on Wednesday it will continue to operate the Dakota Access oil pipeline while it challenges a court ruling this week ordering it to shut and empty the duct, the largest line out of North Dakota’s shale basin. “We have not yet taken any steps to begin shutting down the line,” spokeswoman Vicki Granado said. “To be clear, we have...

 

Minnesota breweries, golf courses and big law firms among recipients of $1 million or more of SBA loan help

Though beer sales are up more than 20% in the U.S. during the pandemic, Minnesota's largest brewery received federal assistance worth at least $1 million through the federal Paycheck Protection Program, according to recently released data from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The loan to August Schell Brewing Co. is just...

 

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