We will have our usual winter where some things will be hard to stock, and the scare of another COVID shutdown lingering, so some people are going to buy some things to have it in stock at home. Some will find there are reasons you can't find something. I made...
West Coast natural grocer New Seasons Market has partnered with Afresh Technologies, to bring the tech company’s AI-driven technology company’s Fresh Operating System into select stores in the Pacific Northwest. The partnership will help New Seasons Market reduce complexity within its stores, optimize produce operations, increase sales and deliver fresher produce to consumers, the companies said.
Afresh Technologies has filled a pivotal role, naming Jeff Kolesky as its chief technology officer (CTO). The latest addition to the AI-driven tech company’s leadership team comes at a time of rapid growth for Afresh, which recently on-boarded new customers such as Bashas’, Cub Foods and New Seasons Market. Among...
MINNEAPOLIS — A pillar of the north Minneapolis community is being remembered Friday night at a vigil. Seventy-year-old Rosie Means was crossing the street on her mobility scooter Monday when police say a man blew a red light and hit and killed her. Means' friends and family gathered at the...
For more than three years, a shuttered Target store on the west side of Hastings has been a reminder of the city’s struggle to snag another big-box retailer. That is, until last month, when Appleton, Wis.-based Fleet Farm finalized an agreement with Target Corp. for the 11-acre site and the 126,000 square-foot building located at the southeast corner of Highway 55 and General Sieben Drive.
West Coast independent grocer New Seasons Market has joined forces with artificial intelligence-driven Afresh Technologies to roll out Afresh’s Fresh Operating System at select stores in the Pacific Northwest. The pilot will help New Seasons reduce complexity within its stores, optimize produce operations, boost sales and deliver fresher produce to consumers. The artificial intelligence-powered solution will create more efficient truck-to-shelf ordering, reducing back stock and increasing the longevity of fresh produce before it even leaves the store.
Georgia Highlands College plans to close its Douglasville campus next year. The Rome-based public college first started offering classes in Douglas County in 2009, and held classes in the old Cub Foods on Stewart Parkway for a decade. In recent years, GHC moved classes to the Murray Education Center — the old Bill Arp Elementary — on Highway 5.
• Police received a report of theft at 8:25 a.m. Sept. 26 from the 100 block of Rutherford Road. A resident reported that an inflatable paddleboard was stolen from the bed of his truck, which was parked outside. The man stated that the vehicle was locked but that he may have left the tailgate unlocked. The estimated loss was $976.
Alexandria Cub Foods, 2612 S. Broadway Street, will host the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Wake Up Alexandria event on Friday, October 15 from 7:30 to 8:30 am. Wake Up Alexandria is a Chamber networking event that is open to everyone. It offers an opportunity for attendees to learn about the many businesses and organizations within the community.
This year they are trying to break their 2018 record of 1,789 coats donated. During the month of October coats can be donated at the following drop off sites:. Lake Superior Cleaners - 1310 Ogden Ave. Superior, WI. Benna Ford. Salvation Army - 916 Hughitt Ave. Superior, WI. Haunted Shack...
Veterans for Peace Chapter 27 is organizing a memorial service 11 a.m. today at Reconciliation Park in downtown Mankato. The 38-minute silent vigil is planned as a remembrance of the 38 Dakota hanged at the site in 1862 following the U.S.-Dakota War. The ceremony, planned in conjunction with Mankato’s Indigenous...
New York-based DRA Advisors paid cash for an early '70s apartment complex that wraps around a Cub Foods-anchored shopping center.
After a year off because of COVID-19, the Brainerd Lakes Chamber’s Celebration of Excellence is back. The event presents the Lakes Proud Small Business of the Year Award, the Business Excellence Award and Business Legacy Award. Mary Gottsch, executive director of the Bridges Academies, will also be recognized for 30...
Alexandria Cub Foods, 2612 S. Broadway Street, will host the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Wake Up Alexandria event on Friday, Oct. 15 from 7:30 to 8:30 am. Wake Up Alexandria is a Chamber networking event that is open to everyone. It offers an opportunity for attendees to learn about the many businesses and organizations within the community.