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Greenway H.S. graduate to intern with Visit Grand Rapids

Kyla Kane, Greenway High School graduate joins Visit Grand Rapids, Incorporated as the summer intern. Kyla will be responsible for coordinating the summer destination marketing campaign, the “Natural Traveler.” She will be living as a tourist and documenting her travel journeys along the way through blog posts, sharing on social media posts and video clips to encourage new visitors to vacation in the Grand Rapids area by showing real authentic adventure that people can experience for themselves. The videos, photography and blog content will be optimized through a digital and mobile marketing campaign.

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Friday 04/29/2016
Minnesota Power rededicates Unit No. 4
Updated: April 29, 2016 - 8:37 am

“It’s great to see young people out here to plant.”

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Getting to Know...Red Iron Griddle SmokeHouse and Bakery
Posted: April 29, 2016

In Northern Minnesota sits a quaint old mining town, rich in history and historic landmarks.

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Steel workers, ArcelorMittal reach contract agreement
Posted: April 29, 2016

VIRGINIA — Two down and one to go.

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Entrepreneur Fund announces new board member, staff promotion
Posted: April 29, 2016

The Entrepreneur Fund has announced the addition of John Foucault as a new board member and the promotion of Carmen Beardsley to credit analyst.

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Riemer joins Northspan Group; board expands membership by three
Posted: April 29, 2016

Three area regional leaders have joined the Northspan Group’s board of directors. Starting three-year terms are Jeff Borling, Bill Maki, and Jennifer Pontinen.

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GRACF names Davis as program administrator
Posted: April 29, 2016

The Grand Rapids Area Community Foundation has announced its newest member to the team, Program Administrator Jesse Davis.

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Friday 04/22/2016
Minnesota Chamber releases Minnesota Business Benchmarks
Posted: April 22, 2016

The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce and its local Chamber Federation partners released its inaugural Minnesota Business Benchmarks recently, which is a collection of key economic indicators that measure Minnesota’s competitiveness and the health of the state’s economy.

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Big dreams in a small Iron Range town
Posted: April 22, 2016

NASHWAUK — The love for their children inspired the name of their dream, Mucho Si.

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Applications for MN Cup due May 6
Posted: April 22, 2016

Since 2005, the MN Cup—the largest statewide new startup competition in the United States—has assisted and accelerated the development of new business ideas as the premier resource for Minnesota’s early stage entrepreneurs. Now entering its twelfth year, the free-to-enter competition opened for applications in March.

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