Tim Wegner has the same relationship with hills that many bikers have. He’s not crazy about going up them, but he can handle it if he knows there’s something interesting on the other side.
Unlike most bikers, though, Wegner has some say in the reward he gets for his work.
When Trent Eigner opened The Pond, his miniature ice rink on County Road 42, he hoped to bring a restaurant into the location next to the ice arena.
For some time Rich Thompson, the owner of Fireside Pizza in Richfield, has wanted to open a restaurant south of the river.
Raisa Prokopenko and her family are bringing a little bit of Russia to Rosemount.
With Cafe Raisa, currently taking shape in a space formerly occupied by a Subway sandwich shop, Prokopenko wants to introduce Minnesotans to Russian favorites like cabbage rolls, borsch, pelmeni and vareniki.
The Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined CF Industries and High Pressure Transports after finishing its investigation into a Nov. 16 accident at the CF Industries semi loading terminal in Rosemount that led to the death of two truck drivers.
High Pressure Transports paid a $25,000 fine and CF Industries $1,400 for their roles in the accident.
Think “Amish” and images of horses and buggies, bearded men and farm life may spring to mind. At the Amish Furniture Showroom in Coates, Amish means quality handcrafted furniture made with real, solid wood.
Debi McConnell and her employees joke that the giant flower box outside of Medi Car Automotive is more plant graveyard than garden, but it turns out that might not be entirely bad.
The big box McConnell calls the ark is helping her create new connections with customers.
Until recently, about the most exciting thing likely to happen to the hair that ended up on the floor at Rosemount’s Cahill Salon was becoming a pest deterrent in someone’s garden. But a massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has turned hair into a hot commodity, and the local salon is committing its customers’ locks to the cause.
Every first and third Saturday of the month at 9:30 a.m., Tim Peterson sits in a well-lit meeting room in the basement of the Rosemount National Bank, waiting to speak to people who want to buy a house.
The city of Rosemount is setting out a formal plan in its drive to bring more business to town.
On April 6 the Rosemount Port Authority took a first look at an economic development implementation plan that sets out quarter by quarter the efforts city employees will make to market Rosemount to businesses.
Scott Schoaf says he was a victim of the same bad economy that had been keeping him busy the last several years.
Schoaf, a Rosemount resident, has run collection agency Alternative Receivables Solutions, from his home for the past 14 years. But the Minnesota Department of Commerce revoked Schoaf’s debt collector’s license last month after a random audit found he’d been using the money he collected for clients to pay his own bills.
Matt Funk and Jon Medin know cell phones. They met in college while they were working for a cell phone retailer, and 2 1/2 years ago they went into business for themselves. In the time since they’ve built a network of their own Wireless Zone stores. The latest opened March 22 in Rosemount.
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