THE GRAND FORKS HERALD FEATURES A STORY ON EFFORTS IN HALLOCK TO REVITALIZE IT’S DOWNTOWN WITH LOCAL BUSINESSES. AN EFFORT THAT HAS BEEN ONGOING SINCE 2014, THE LAST VACANT MAIN STREET BUILDING WILL HAVE A NEW TENANT TAKE OVER LATER THIS SUMMER. THE ARTICLE GATHERS COMMENTS FROM PAUL BLOMQUIST, OWNER OF C & M FORD, AND FOUNDING MEMBER OF HALLOCK MAIN STREET, THE BOARD OF COMMUNITY MEMBERS WORKING ON THE REVITALIZATION.
A STAR TRIBUNE LIST HAS CENTRAL BOILER AS ONE OF THE TOP 200 WORKPLACES IN MINNESOTA. ALTOZ AND WOODMASTER ARE ALSO SUBSIDIARIES OF CENTRAL BOILER COMPANIES, WHICH HAS FACILITIES IN GREENBUSH AND RED LAKE FALLS. IT’S THE FOURTH TIME THEY HAVE RECEIVED SUCH AN AWARD.
A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CHARLES L. BERGSTROM OF WANNASKA WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY (11 AM ) AT RIVERSIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN WANNASKA. VISITATION WILL BE SUNDAY (5-7 PM) AT HELGSON FUNERAL HOME IN ROSEAU AND ALSO ONE HOUR PRIOR ON MONDAY. INTERMENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT OAK HILL CEMETERY IN WANNASKA. MILITARY HONORS PROVIDED BY THE ROSEAU MEMORIAL HONOR GUARD. CHARLES WAS 96.
REPRESENTATIVE MICHELLE FISHBACH ISSUED A STATEMENT REGARDING THE SUPREME COURT’S OVERTURN OF ROE V WADE CALLING IT “A STEP TO PROTECT THE MOST BASIC RIGHT.” SHE SAID HAVING THE POWER GIVEN BACK TO THE STATES, WHERE ELECTED OFFICIALS, ACCOUNTABLE TO THE PEOPLE THEY REPRESENT, CAN PROPOSE AND PASS LAWS THAT THE PEOPLE SUPPORT.
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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz has signed an executive order meant to protect the state’s abortion services from laws in neighboring states, following the U.S. Supreme Court decision ending constitutional protections for the procedure. Walz says his action should help shield people seeking or providing abortions in Minnesota from facing legal consequences in other states.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that the U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn a constitutional right to abortion could lead to the loss of other rights. And he’s indicating that his country will continue to allow Americans to get abortions in Canada. Trudeau on Saturday called the court’s decision “horrific” and voiced concern that the ruling could someday allow a rollback of legal protections for gay relationships, including the right for same-sex couples to marry.
American Dairy Queen Corp. has lost a federal lawsuit accusing a Massachusetts company of trademark infringement for attaching the name “Blizzard” to its bottled water. The Star Tribune reports that U.S. District Judge Susan Richard Nelson in St. Paul, Minnesota, issued a written decision earlier this month. She said Bloomington-based Dairy Queen failed to show prove W.B. Mason Co. committed any infringement. W.B. Mason Co.’s attorneys argued that the company attached “Blizzard” to its bottled water in 2010 and Dairy Queen failed to show even one instance of confusion after 188 million sales.
The former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an unarmed woman who called 911 to report a possible sexual assault behind her home in 2017 is scheduled to be released from prison next week. Mohamed Noor is scheduled to be released from custody Monday. He received a new sentence in October of nearly five years in prison after the Minnesota Supreme Court overturned a third-degree murder conviction against him for killing
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