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Abitibi Royalties – A gold royalty company with unusual growth possibilities

In a presentation in London, Abitibi Royalties(TSXV:  President and CEO Ian Ball put forward an ambitious slogan – To Build the Best gold company – not the biggest, Abitibi Royalties will never be that, but the Best in terms of stock appreciation, and it has a good track record of so doing since its inception as a spin-off from Golden Valley Mines back in 2011, although has been mostly underperforming its peer, and larger, royalty companies in the current year.  508 more words

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Life Story: Our Lady of Peace Principal Tim Reilly

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As we come to the end of the school year, a beloved teacher in the west metro is being remembered for his gregarious personality. 399 more words

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'Walk For Animals' Surpasses $1M Goal For Animal Humane Society

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thousands attended the Animal Humane Society’s annual Walk for Animals Saturday in Golden Valley.

The fundraiser supports all the work of helping and caring for the 23,000 animals the organization takes in every year. 224 more words

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Police Investigate Robbery At Twin Cities Sports Cards & Collectibles

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Police are investigating after a robbery took place at a Golden Valley business Tuesday night.

According to the Golden Valley Police Department, around 10:30 p.m. 50 more words

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Hidden Gems: Nong's Thai Cuisine

John and I traveled to Thailand last summer and fell in love with the fascinating culture and the stunning food climate. Since that experience I have been craving Thai food regularly.  473 more words

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GOP Aim To Shutter Art School After Scathing Audit

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Republican lawmakers said Wednesday that they want to close a Golden Valley arts school after a scathing audit found significant administrative spending issues and poor student results. 407 more words

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UPS Store Owner Returns Veteran's Misplaced Mementos To Son

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. (AP) — The owner of a UPS store in Minnesota spent four years searching for the intended recipient of a package filled with mementos before he found the man living in Georgia. 301 more words

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