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Hy-Vee Pharmacies to Participate in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day April 27

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (April 25, 2019) — Hy-Vee, Inc. announced today that 52 Hy-Vee Pharmacy locations throughout Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri and Nebraska will participate in National Prescription Drug-Take Back Day on Saturday, April 27. Drug take-back areas will be located in the Hy-Vee pharmacy...

 

Agate Dreams introduces online cannabis ordering and pickup service

Agate Dreams recently became the first retailer in North Kitsap to offer an online cannabis ordering and pickup service. “We offer a wide variety of products, including exclusive products you cannot get anywhere else,” a press release from the purveyor of pot reads. “Just fill your order online using our...

 

Tribe-Owned Pay-Day Lender Loses Bid for Immunity

MANHATTAN (CN) – An online lending company owned by the Chippewa Cree cannot invoke tribal immunity to block claims that it charged two Vermonters usurious interest rates, the Second Circuit ruled. Invoking the 1908 U.S. Supreme Court decision Ex parte Young, the federal appeals court said an analogous theory...

 

S&P 500, Nasdaq close at record highs as earnings roll in

The S&P 500 hit an all-time high Tuesday, marking the stock market's complete recovery from a nosedive at the end of last year. The benchmark index's previous record was set last September, shortly before the market sank in the fourth quarter amid fears of a recession,...

 

BP: Warroad newspaper prepares to close; Crookston to reduce days

WARROAD, Minn. - Major changes are coming for two century-old area publications as one newspaper plans to shutter and another reduces printing days. Warroad Pioneer Publisher Rebecca Colden said her weekly paper likely will close after the May 7 edition, but she is...

 

Minnesota hemp industry is growing like a weed

From downtown Minneapolis to hundreds of rural Minnesota farms, millions of dollars is being invested in the budding Minnesota hemp industry, released to grow after several years of testing by the 2018 federal farm bill. In the trendy Minneapolis North Loop, Josh...

 

Claims of shoddy production draw scrutiny to a second Boeing jet

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – When Boeing broke ground on its new factory near Charleston in 2009, the plant was trumpeted as a state-of-the-art manufacturing hub, building one of the most advanced aircraft in the world. But in the decade since, the factory, which makes...

 

Las Vegas Paiutes thrive in legalized marijuana market

Benny Tso stands on the curb of a concrete sidewalk looking up at a snow-covered mountaintop, five miles in the distance. Tso, who served as the chairman of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe for more than a decade before stepping down last year, recalls the story of his ancestors making the journey each year from near where...

 

Sault Ste. Marie Tribe becomes second to legalize marijuana in Michigan

The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians has legalized marijuana for recreational use, becoming the second in Michigan to do so. The tribe's board of directors voted in favor of legalization at a meeting in Munising on Tuesday. The new law takes effect May 15....

 

Bloomington presses forward with Mall of America water park

Bloomington leaders voted Wednesday night to commit $7.5 million to push ahead with a controversial - and complex - financial plan to build one of the country's largest water parks beside the Mall of America. The proposed $250 million facility would be built on a...

 

After injuries, FDA orders pelvic mesh off the market

After years of advocacy by injured patients, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has ordered the makers of mesh devices for the repair of pelvic organ prolapse to remove the products from the U.S. market. The announcement Tuesday came after years of scrutiny and well...

 

You thought you deleted your Facebook account, but it's still there. Now what?

Q: I recently received an e-mail from Facebook, eight years after "deleting" an account that I used for about three months. When I clicked the link to unsubscribe to future e-mails, I was taken to a Facebook page to confirm my choice. From there, I was able to review a...

 

Report: Minnesota students paid $620K in TCF Bank card fees

MINNEAPOLIS - TCF Bank made more than $620,000 in card fees from University of Minnesota students on the Twin Cities and Duluth campuses last school year, according to a consumer advocacy group's report. The U.S. Public Interest Research Group released a study last...

 

Evo Hemp Partners with Forest Coffee Trading Company on New CBD Cold Brew Coffee

(Boulder, CO) -- Evo Hemp has partnered with Forest Coffee Trading Co., a direct trade coffee roasting company located in Denver, Colorado, to offer a new cold brew coffee with a functional twist. The Forest Coffee Trading Co. CBD Cold Brew uses coffee beans sourced...

 

Walmart buys ad tech startup

NEW YORK - Walmart says it's buying San Francisco-based ad tech startup Polymorph Labs as it looks to better compete with rival online juggernaut Amazon in targeting shoppers online. The world's largest retailer has been quietly building its own advertising business...

 

For farmers, April snow brings more headaches

Farmland in Minnesota is the wettest it has been at this point of spring in the last five years, and farmers worry planting may be delayed. Then came more snow. http://www.startribune.com/for-farmers-april-snow-brings-more-headaches/508398822/...

 

Minneapolis has cutting-edge 5G wireless network - barely, but it's here

Minneapolis is at the leading edge of cellphone technology for the first time. Barely. But it is. Just as tens of thousands of people were descending on Minneapolis for the Final Four last week, the city became one of the first places in the world to have a...

 

From jets to cheese: Trump wants to impose new tariffs on EU

LONDON — The United States wants to tax $11.2 billion worth of EU goods — from airplanes to Gouda cheese — in what some experts say marks another attempt by the Trump administration to use tariffs to reshape global trade in its favor. The World Trade Organization ruled last year that the European Union provided...

 

Unilever subsidiary Schmidt's Natural to launch hemp, CBD deodorant products

Unilever Plc (UN.N) is dipping its toe into the cannabis space with one of its subsidiaries launching a CBD-infused product Tuesday, signalling a growing acceptance among major consumer goods companies to join the fast-moving marijuana market. Schmidt’s Naturals, which was acquired by Unilever in December 2017 for...

 

Walmart's annual product pitchfest aims to source U.S.-made goods

The first time the father-son team of Nick and Nicholas Sovell went to Bentonville, Ark., they were part of a select group of entrepreneurs and small-business owners hoping to land deals with Walmart. The men, whose Savage-based company manufactures a special absorbent...

 

Target bumps minimum hourly wage to $13

Target Corp. said Thursday it is bumping its base pay by one dollar so that its lowest-paid workers will earn at least $13 an hour starting in June. It is an incremental boost on the way to Target's pledge to pay all of its workers a minimum of $15 an hour by the end...

 

President Trump plans would replace federal pork plant inspectors with company employees

WASHINGTON – The Trump administration plans to shift much of the power and responsibility for food safety inspections in hog plants to the pork industry as early as May, cutting the number of federal inspectors by about 40 percent and replacing them with plant employees. Under the proposed new inspection system, the...

 

Hy-Vee Providing Free A1C Screenings in April

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (April 2, 2019) — In honor of National Diabetes Awareness Month, Hy-Vee, Inc. is providing free Hemoglobin A1C screenings throughout its eight-state region during the month of April. The free screenings will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis at the Hy-Vee Healthy You Mobiles in...

 

Health plans in Minnesota made more money in 2018

Operating income for Minnesota's nonprofit health insurers more than doubled last year as health plans made more money than expected in the market where individuals buy coverage - and could be issuing $37 million in rebates, as a result. The financial data released...

 

Where's the beef? Upon their next Burger King visit, Whopper lovers are in for a surprise

OAKLAND, Calif. – This week, Burger King is introducing a version of its Whopper sandwich filled with a vegetarian patty from the startup Impossible Foods. The Impossible Whopper, as it is known, is the biggest validation - and expansion opportunity - for a young...

 

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