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About: bloomington, minnesota

Located on the north side of the Minnesota River, Bloomington is just south of downtown Minneapolis. It was originally home to the Mdewakanton Dakota Native Americans. The area started as a Minneapolis suburb in the post World War II housing boom. Bloomington is most well known today for the Mall of America, the second largest mall in all of North America in terms of sized but number one in retail space. The mall originally opened in 1992.

Population: 85172
Local Newspapers: The Bloomington-Sun Current
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Twins (MLB) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Local Colleges: Northwestern Health and Sciences University

Zip Codes associated with bloomington, minnesota: 55420 55425 55431 55435 55437 55438
Towns/Cities near bloomington, minnesota : Richfield Edina Savage Burnsville Apple Valley Mendota

Bloomington News
'Santa' gets kicked out of Mall of America after dropping $1,000 over balcony

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - A 'Santa' at the Mall of America wanted to spread Christmas cheer by dropping $1,000 over the fourth floor balcony to shoppers.

World record roller coasters coming to American Dream. No, really.

The indoor Nickelodeon Universe theme park at the American Dream complex is planning to build two roller coasters that, officials say, will be record holders. The Euro-Fighter will take riders on a "beyond-vertical drop," according to a news release from American Dream.

Kraus-Anderson adds director of real estate

McLane conducts "comprehensive investment analysis" of multifamily housing, retail and commercial development," Kraus-Anderson said in a news release. His work includes market research, project feasibility, financial and strategic planning, site selection and due diligence.

Spotlight: Normandale Community College

"Normandale meets students where they are to help them succeed and achieve their academic goals. We take pride our partnerships with our K-12, business and higher education partners to create programs that serve immediate and long-term needs of our community, the State of Minnesota and our region.

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Shoppers line up for Black Friday outside the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn. All the pushing and pulling common on the biggest shopping day of the year reflects a society that has forgotten the meaning of the term "polite."

West metro briefs: Excelsior council OKs Commons park plan

The council also authorized the park's work group to develop policies to accompany the master plan, ranging from park maintenance to current and future memorials. the Commons, a rare piece of public land on Lake Minnetonka, has been in the public domain for more than 160 years.

Statistics: Minneapolis-St. Paul literally pot of gold at end of rainbow

The Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington labor market is tied for America's best, which could be due to the region's strong performance in rainbow manufacturing.

Bloomington to reject all building proposals for Hyland Greens Golf Course

Bloomington is expected to revisit the issue of selling a 9.5-acre portion of the golf course for development next year. Bloomington residents likely will have to wait until next year to learn the fate of the Hyland Greens Golf Course, which has suffered financially for more than a decade.

Plymouth joins other cities, bumps up minimum tobacco-buying age to 21

One of the Twin Cities' largest suburbs has joined the growing list of communities banning the selling of tobacco to anyone under 21 years old. Plymouth's City Council voted 4 to 3 Tuesday night to raise the minimum age for purchasing tobacco products from 18 to 21, following in the footsteps of Edina, St. Louis Park and Bloomington .

How to get that 'near mythic' smiling photo of your kid with Santa

It's the most wonderful time of year, when visions of perfect mall Santa photos dance in the heads of parents with young children. Some of these parents dream of getting a swoon-worthy picture of their kid and Santa to use on their holiday card.

Bloomington to negotiate new deal for proposed World Expo site

Spruce Shadows Farm, the last working farm in Bloomington, was proposed by the city as a site for the 2023 World Expo. But the bid lost out to Buenos Aires, so the city is renegotiating the purchase price for the property.

Sara Wyant Receives American Agri-Women's Highest Award

WOMEN'S HIGHEST AWARD Nov. 28, 2017 Agri Marketing magazine reports: The American Agri-Women presented Agri-Pulse Editor Sara Wyant with their 2017 Veritas award at their annual meeting in Bloomington, Minnesota. This award is presented by AAW to the person or persons outside of the organization who have given public witness to "the pursuit of truth" in accordance with the principles in the "AAW Call to Power".

There is Help Keeping Track of Holiday Sales Black Friday Weekend

People line up for Black Friday sales outside the Mall of America before it opens on Nov. 24, 2017, in Bloomington, Minn. An 11-year-old girl in Indiana was brought a special birthday gift from her garbage pick-up service.

What color is Santa Claus in Appalachia?

Have you ever thought about the race of Santa Claus? Is Santa black, white, or a racial mixture? What ethnicity is an Appalachian Santa Claus? Let's review a little history. The region of Appalachia includes 420 counties in 13 states and is home to more than 25 million people.

Even in the Amazon era, Black Friday shows stores are alive

Retailers worked hard to attract shoppers to stores on Black Friday, offering in-person deals meant to counter the ease of shopping by phone on Amazon. A better economy and colder weather helped, to be sure.

The Latest: Macy's says it's fixed gift, credit card issue

Macy's says it has "fully resolved" problems on Black Friday related to its processing some gift and credit cards. The chain blamed the glitch on "overcapacity" that caused some transactions to take longer to process.

The Latest: Macy's has problem with some gift, credit cards

People look at Apple products as they shop a Black Friday sale at a Best Buy store on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017, in Overland Park, Kan. Shoppers are hitting the stores on Thanksgiving as retailers under pressure look for ways to poach shoppers from their rivals.

Black Friday shoppers hit stores early, with friends and plans

Mall executives estimated there were 2,500 in line when doors opened at 5 a.m. And they said the scratch-off mystery tickets they gave away to the first 4,000 shoppers went much quicker than last year. The sizable crowd amounted a payoff to mall executives' decision to put more emphasis on Black Friday and leave the Thanksgiving night shopping crowds to big-box stores and malls in other parts of the Twin Cities.

Cities across Minnesota begin to tackle tobacco regulations

Michelle Kennedy grabbed a pack of cigarettes behind the counter for a customer at Vernon BP gas station in Edina, which along with St. Louis Park and Bloomington have raised the tobacco sales age from 18 to 21. Cities in the metro area and around Minnesota are adopting new measures to restrict juvenile access to tobacco and reduce addiction at an early age. Fueled by the national Tobacco 21 campaign and spurred by state anti-tobacco organizations, the movement has gained momentum since May when Edina became the first of several Minnesota cities to raise the tobacco sales age to 21. Some cities, such as Minneapolis and St. Paul, restricted the sale of flavored tobacco targeted to young smokers.

Pine River's McAllister receives Farm Bureau scholarship53 min ago

Tyler McAllister from Pine River in Cass County received a $500 Al Christopherson Scholarship from the Minnesota Farm Bureau Foundation.

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