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A revamp with new menu items has paid off for company-owned restaurants, with sales increasing 2.1 percent in the third quarter.
After 52 years, the owner of the four neighborhood stores has decided to retire.
The new stores represent more success for the center, which has endured several retail bankruptcies.
The search for a buyer for the Twin Cities' biggest grocery chain is just starting.
Edina location will add apparel, offer more high-end machines than the company's MOA kiosk.
Twin Cities fulfillment center for online orders will open in September. The location and number of employees needed have yet to be announced, but the size is expected to be about 90,000 square feet.
Jim Pessek hopes to gather support at the annual Red Owl employee reunion in November.
One state senator says she would sponsor a bill to allow anonymity.
Cottage Grove company will be in top five in U.S. tree and shrub production.
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