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​Life Time, a Minnesota-based gym with locations in 27 states, announced last week it was removing cable news channels from TVs in its facilities, including... [Read More]
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Obstruction of rail study is just plain obstinate. [Read More]
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Life Time, a Minnesota-based chain of health clubs with 130 locations in 27 states, has decided to remove cable news from TVs in all its... [Read More]
A health club chain based in Minnesota is quitting cable news and doing it for the health of clients. Life Time gym on Twitter posted... [Read More]
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No news is good news, since otherwise it's everywhere. [Read More]
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Life Time Fitness, a Minnesota-based chain, announced last week via Twitter that it will no longer show national cable news networks on any of its... [Read More]
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A contractor struck a gasoline pipeline Monday afternoon in Eagan, spilling an estimated 21,000 gallons into the area and prompting the closure of several roads... [Read More]
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The Life Time Fitness Center in Eagan, Minnesota, was closed Monday afternoon after a gasoline leak in the parking lot. [Read More]
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Gender inequality at work. [Read More]
Life Time, Inc., a Minnesota-based chain of gyms with locations throughout the United States and Canada, has banned all cable news. [Read More]
A Twin Cities area-based fitness chain is not allowing politics to get in the way of your workout. Life Time has scrubbed all-news cable channels... [Read More]
The shutdown sausage. [Read More]
The company, Life Time Fitness, says they believe the move supports their mission to promote healthy lifestyles. [Read More]
The gym-chain is based in Chanhassen, Minnesota and has locations across the U.S and Canada. [Read More]
No more burning calories to cable news at Life Time. [Read More]
No more burning calories to cable news at Life Time. [Read More]
Life Time Fitness regular Robert Miller hopped on an elliptical trainer on New Year's Day at his Eagan health club — and noticed something strange.... [Read More]
Arguably, cable news has no place in a facility claiming to promote health. The Pioneer Press' Molly Guthrey reports on a life policy at Life... [Read More]
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