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The company notified the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development of the cuts this week.
College officials and Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire attended the ribbon cutting ceremony as part of the open house activities.
The restaurant chain plans to open an Edina location in late summer.
The attorney general said up to 16,000 Minnesotans could be affected.
The new location will be slightly smaller but more "modern," according to a letter sent to Edina's planning commission.
The Starbucks-owned tea shop is planning a March opening.
Visitors are being screened for influenza-like symptoms and children under five are asked not to visit.
It's so cold you can see the ice that forms from the breathing of bees.
The new restaurant is at the former Orient Buffet site, located at 16314 County Road 30.
Reviewer: 'People leaving the nearby megamovieplex should be psyched that there’s a non-chain eatery cooking adult food (and real cake!) within a few strides.'
An open house for the property is Monday, Jan. 13 from 4-7 p.m.
Ricky Rubio fans started lining up after 5 p.m. for a Fan HQ autograph signing beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Ridgedale Center.
Because neighbors of the Doran-proposed senior living facility were opposed to the size of the 116-unit three-story building, SH Ventures thinks their idea will be more agreeable.
The retailer had earlier said 40 million customers had sensitive data stolen, like credit card numbers, debit card PINs and email addresses.
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Jerry's Foods was closed for two days as the grocery store was ventilated and contaminated food items discarded.
Two Minnesota companies operating in Grantsburg, WI settled with the Wisconsin attorney general, according to St. Croix 360.
Demolition to make way for Trinity Lutheran Church project was set to start Monday, but is now delayed until Monday, Jan. 13.
Interviews will take place from Jan. 27 to Jan. 31, 2014.
The fitness company paid $1.6 million for land near the intersection of interstates 94 and 494.