MESQUITE (trfnews.i234.me) –TRF News has reported that several employees, including a waitress, were terminated from an IHOP franchise in Mesquite, Texas, following an incident of racial discrimination. The situation unfolded when Keisha Mitchell and her boyfriend Elvis Polley, who were at the restaurant to celebrate Polley’s 49th birthday, were allegedly denied service based on their… Continue reading IHOP Employees in Mesquite Fired Over Racial Discrimination Incident
Crookston (trfnews.i234.me) – Crookston City Hall has recently extended its gratitude and acknowledgment to nine commendable city employees who have displayed unwavering dedication and commitment to serving the community over the years. Recognizing Years of Commitment The city’s heartfelt recognition is categorized based on the duration of service each individual has contributed: Five Years of… Continue reading Crookston City Hall Honors Dedicated Employees for Years of Service
Police were called to a disturbance at a Thief River Falls business last week. Police responded to Northern Pride Thursday afternoon when the manager reported that a couple of employees were fighting. Edwin Enrigue Fonseca Declet (25) was cited for Disorderly Conduct & 5th Degree Assault. Nathanael Centeno Reyes (26) was cited for Disorderly Conduct.… Continue reading Two Employees Cited Following Fight at Northern Pride
MINNEAPOLIS — It was discovered that an airline employee was stopped at Minneapolis-St. Paul, The employee’s luggage was found to contain a loaded handgun last week. According to a press release from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the traveler was randomly screened on Thursday. Through X-rays, TSA security officers found a handgun in their luggage.… Continue reading TSA recovers loaded handgun from airline employee’s luggage in MSP
GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) We have an interview with Grand Forks attorney, David Thompson who’s been talking with employees about conditions inside LM Wind Power in Grand Forks, before it was shutdown by COVID-19.
GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) Amazon will not be renewing its lease for a City owned, 42,000 square foot building in the Industrial Park it was using for a call center. But, it’s 200 employees have been told they can work from home.
GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) We now have an extensive statement from GE, the owner of LM Wind Power in Grand Forks, regarding the plant’s closure due to employees testing positive for COVID-19. The plant employs 900 people and we’ve now learned 9 employees have tested positive for Coronavirus.
CROOKSTON, MN (trfnews.i234.me) Police responded to an odd situation at a Crookston retail store late Sunday morning.
GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) Deborah Swans, the Director of Grand Forks Public Health responds to reporter’s questions on whether more Simplot employees will be tested for COVID-19. The plant declined to take part in last Thursday’s mass testing event, but confirmed on Friday that 1 of their employees tested positive for Coronavirus.
WARROAD, MN (trfnews.i234.me) Marvin Windows CEO, Paul Marvin addresses employee concerns regarding COVID-19 in a April 2nd video statement. The plant is one of Minnesota’s largest employers.