Minnesota Afternoon Report

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>Xcel Energy Announces Layoffs (St. Paul, MN) — Xcel Energy says it’s laying off 150 employees, including 60 in Minnesota. The utility blames “financial headwinds” from inflation, increased hiring during the pandemic and supply chain pressures. Xcel says the layoffs impact about two percent of its non-bargaining workforce. The company says employees in “several” locations […]

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Midday Headlines November 9th, 2023

>>Phillips Files for Democratic Presidential Primary in South Carolina (Columbia, SC) — Congressman Dean Phillips is now on the primary ballot in at least two early presidential primary states. Minnesota’s 3rd district representative officially filed Wednesday for South Carolina’s first-in-the-nation presidential vote on February 3rd. Phillips has already filed for the New Hampshire Democratic primary […] The post Midday Headlines November 9th, 2023 appeared first on Minnesota News Network.

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