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Pioneer Press Moving Offices To River Park Plaza

Officials with the St. Paul Pioneer Press said Tuesday the company is moving from its downtown location to a new space in River Park Plaza. Officials said the company will occupy one floor of the eight-story, 300,000 square foot facility that was built in 1988.


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Bergman Elected To Lead Minn. Newspaper Assoc.

Rollin Bergman, owner of Page 1 Publications, is the new president of the Minnesota Newspaper Association.


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Remodeling Project Uncovers Historic Headlines

From the outside, the brick building on west 40th Street and Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis looks anything but a historic vault. However, when remodelers at Locus Architecture ripped open ceiling tiles, vintage headlines came pouring out.


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Eagan Woman Helps Police Solve Package Thefts

An Eagan woman said she helped tip police off to a newspaper delivery person who kept stealing her packages.


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Gazette Publisher Leaving To Join MN Company

The Colorado Springs Gazette publisher and President Steve Pope is leaving to become chief operating officer of Minnesota-based Huckle Media.


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Whoops: Paper Runs Ad Touting Miami Heat Win

The Dallas Mavericks’ win over the Heat is a huge upset for fans in Miami. Making matters worse, an ad in the local paper has mistakenly congratulated the Heat on winning.


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Burbach Named Pioneer Press Top Editor

The St. Paul Pioneer Press has named Mike Burbach as its new top editor.


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Bemidji Pioneer Newspaper Hit Again By Gunshots

The Bemidji Pioneer building has again been hit by gunfire.


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Gay Issues Spark Debate At Minn. Catholic School

The student newspaper at a Roman Catholic prep school in suburban St. Louis has sparked a debate over free speech by defending gay teenagers and criticizing a DVD by Minnesota’s Catholic bishops that denounced same-sex marriage.