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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.
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
First Eldorado to buy eight Illinois branches from MidCountry Bank
First Eldorado Bancshares in Illinois has agreed to buy eight branches in southern Illinois from MidCountry Bank in Bloomington, Minn. First Eldorado, the parent of the $304 million-asset Legence Bank, said in a press release Wednesday that it will also gain about $146 million in deposits.EPA: Landowners Must Pay $60M For Burnsville Landfill Cleanup
The letters say they will have to pay the estimated $60-million cost of cleaning up a toxic landfill in Burnsville. The state city and federal government all say the site poses a potential threat to the city of Burnsville's drinking water.Bill Would Require Crisis Training, Diversity For Minnesota Police Departments
Will Ring Of Honor Finally Get It Right With Christopher Daniels? Christopher Daniels has wrestled with Ring of Honor since its inception, and his first individual championship is long overdue. ST. PAUL, Minn.Preleasing critical to new Twin Cities office projects
Tony Barranco, Ryan Cos.' vice president of office and mixed-use development, speaks as part of a NAIOP Minnesota panel Tuesday that discussed new office development in the Twin Cities.How rural healthcare can remain viable
Choice can be a double-edged sword-we all want more of it, but with too many choices paralysis can set in. Choosing a physician or hospital, for example, in an urban or suburban area without some kind of recommendation can truly be a daunting task.Anti-Zip Rail bill advances in House
A bill prohibiting any public dollars from being spent to build a high-speed rail line from Rochester to the Twin Cities cleared its first legislative hurdle on Monday. Rep. Steve Drazkowski, R-Mazeppa, is sponsoring the measure .Are Mosque Denials a Sign of Anti-Muslim Bias?
Recent media coverage of two Virginia mosque permit proceedings repeats charges of local bigotry and bias directed at the Islamic organizations. At the same time, news reports featured the same accusations , this time originating from a New Jersey federal judge's ruling against Bernards Township zoning officials and residents.Shame lives on, 75 years after forced removal of Japanese
Children at the Manzanar internment camp in Independence, Calif. Seventy-five years have passed since Japanese Americans were shipped off to wartime camps, but the memories of those who lived through it are fresh.West metro news briefs: Richfield's special mayoral election pits Oxendale vs. Elliott
Oxendale jumped into the race before the Jan. 30 application deadline. This will be the first time Oxendale has run for office, according to City Manager Steve Devich.Echo Journal wins four MNA awards2 min ago
Submitted Photo Echo Journal and Brainerd Dispatch staff show the awards won at the Minnesota Newspaper Association convention Jan. 26 in Bloomington.Bar Buzz: Client Security Board pays 19 claims
At its January 30, 2017, meeting, the Minnesota Client Security Board approved payment of 19 claims, in the total amount of $32,781.56, against deceased attorneys Mary Ellen Drummer and Thomas Francis Handorff, and suspended attorney James Carl Duchon. The Board approved two claims against deceased attorney Mary Ellen Drummer totaling $4,856.83.Great Wolf confirms water park purchase near Mall of America
Wisconsin-based Great Wolf Resorts Inc. confirms that it has bought a water park and adjoining hotel near the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. The Madison indoor water park company said Tuesday it will convert the Water Park of America and the Radisson Hotel Bloomington into a Great Wolf resort.Sustainable: Ackerberg joins coalition for 'circular economy'
In January the Ackerberg Group joined a growing number of Twin Cities companies that have signed on as members of the Minnesota Sustainable Growth Coalition , a new effort to invest in clean energy, waste reduction and improved water management. Minneapolis-based Ackerberg is the first commercial real estate company to join the coalition.Mall of America adds to experiential lineup
This summer, Mall of America will buy into the escape fantasy craze with the addition of The Escape Game, an hour-long experience that the Nashville-based provider of the technology says presents sophisticated content designed to challenge even the most ardent gamers. In the group experience, players can choose adventures that include a Mars mission, a covert mission to intervene with terrorists, a prison break, and a museum heist.Standard's sports section is ranked...
The Lakefield Standard's sports section was judged among the best in the state last week during the annual convention of the Minnesota Newspaper Association. Additionally, several Standard staff members were also recognized for individual excellence in journalism, photography, advertising and design at last week's convention.States say Trump travel ban would 'unleash chaos'
Foes: Trump travel ban would 'unleash chaos' Restoring President Trump's executive would strand students, split families and interrupt travel, lawyers claim. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2kdzLVP President Donald Trump used his preferred platform to criticize the judge who blocked his administration's travel ban on immigrants.Jury convicts man who wounded black protesters in Minnesota
Allen Scarsella, 24, of Bloomington, was found guilty of assault and riot charges. Scarsella showed no emotion as the Hennepin County jury's verdict was read.
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