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Minnesota Rush, the indoor sports complex at 380 Woodlake Drive SE, filed a development plan with the city of Rochester for an 18,000-square-square-foot addition to the 15-year-old complex. The proposed plan would double the size of the building.
Columnist Kristen Asleson says if breaking a rule benefits others more than it benefits you, that might be the time to break some rules.
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Digital Fleet, which offers fleet telematics services, truck tracking/monitoring software as well as hardware sensors, headquartered in downtown Chicago, has its largest and most rapidly growing location at an old dry clear/warehouse at 612 11th Ave. NW in Rochester.
Are high prices for favorite 4th of July cookout foods keeping people from planning their own cookouts and get-togethers for the holiday weekend?

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Beginning Friday, July 1, bird owners throughout the state of Minnesota can begin signing up for local county fairs to have their birds on display and showcased.
Super Fresh, an Austin retail staple for baked goods, flowers and pop, will close Nov. 1 after more than 40 years if owner Jim Stiles does not find new ownership before he retires.
Tessa Olive, who joined the Post Bulletin in 2015 as the marketing director for Rochester Magazine, recently stepped into the leadership role for all of the PB's publications. She replaces Kati Cooley.
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Heavy lifting is expected to start in July for a 1,700-square-foot addition to CrossFit Credence, owned by Dave and Allie Timm, at 3020 N. Broadway Ave.
Columnist Dave Conrad says wanting to add a little drama is human nature, but when it impacts your business it's time to end the scene.
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Craig Cotten, who owns the Book Review comic, gaming and sports card shop in Rochester’s Hillcrest Shopping Center, unexpectedly fell ill last week. Cate Moore, Cotten’s niece, wrote and posted about his situation on social media this week as well as launched a GoFundMe campaign to help cover medical bills. She is hoping to raise $30,000.

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Columnist Dean Swanson says being a freelancer can be a great life, but it's a business, and it needs to be taken seriously.
The Midwest Agriculture Summit was held in Fargo where attendees listened to policy makers speak on current agriculture issues and challenges.
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In February, the news broke that Mayo Clinic would not treat patients covered by UnitedHealthcare’s Medicare Advantage insurance plan. The two Minnesota health care giants have now “reached an agreement on a new, multi-year network relationship.”

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