Frank Vascellaro and Chris Shaffer are braving the frigid weather and getting out to Minnesota’s lovely, ice-covered lakes every Thursday and Friday until the middle of February. On Jan. 17, the duo headed out to the Mille Lacs town of Wahkon, which is about 90 miles north of the Twin Cities. Frank and Chris say Wahkon reminds them a little of Dorset, which they visited last spring, because of its tiny population and growing reputation for food. There are four restaurants all on about a one-block stretch!
Arctic Cat posted a smaller-than-expected loss in its fiscal fourth-quarter, as sales improved across all product lines. The maker of recreational vehicles and snowmobiles said Wednesday that it is reinstating its quarterly dividend and approved the buyback of up to $30 million of its stock due to its strong performance, healthy cash flow and future prospects.
Arctic Cat Inc. said Tuesday its fiscal fourth-quarter loss narrowed on a steep jump in demand for all-terrain vehicles.
Arctic Cat is recalling 19,000 snowmobiles for the second time, but this time because of a steering issue.
Arctic Cat is recalling more than a thousand ATVs made in Minnesota.
Some companies in northwestern Minnesota have an unlikely problem in a tough economy. They can’t find enough employees.
Snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle maker Arctic Cat Inc. on Thursday posted a net loss in its fiscal fourth quarter that was flat with the previous year, attributing the red ink to the seasonal nature of the business.
Edgar Hetteen, co-founder of Polaris snowmobiles and founder of Arctic Cat snowmobiles, died at the age of 90.
Arctic Cat Inc. is voluntarily recalling about 16,500 snowmobiles because of a possible loss of control.