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Apr 7, 2010
From Science to Scientology: Church of Scientology transforming old museum into new headquarters — Politics in Minnesota
Type: Press
Author(s): Bill Clements
Source: Politics in Minnesota
[Picture / Caption: In four to six months, the former Science Museum of Minnesota will be transformed into the regional headquarters for the Church of Scientology, which has ambitious plans for growth in the Twin Cities—part of a global effort to expand, which an official says has resulted in the Church doubling its worldwide size in the last five years. (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)] The Church of Scientology has ambitious plans for growing in the Twin Cities area, hoping to double ...
Apr 5, 2010
Church of Scientology renovation under way — Finance and Commerce Daily (Minnesota)
Type: Press
Author(s): Betsy Sundquist
Source: Finance and Commerce Daily (Minnesota)
Workers are busily transforming the old Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul into the new local headquarters for the Church of Scientology—thanks to a $3 million renovation. The Clearwater, Fla.-based denomination, which claims more than 8,000 churches and adherents in 165 countries, has been headquartered in the Twin Cities at 1011 Nicollet Ave. in Minneapolis since 1991. That will change when the renovated, three-story, 80,640-square-foot building at 505 N. Wabasha St. in St. Paul reopens as a Scientology “Ideal ...
Jun 14, 2007
Church of Scientology buys former science museum site — St. Paul Twin Cities Pioneer Press
Type: Press
Author(s): Gita Sitaramiah
Source: St. Paul Twin Cities Pioneer Press
The Church of Scientology has purchased the former Science Museum of Minnesota building in downtown St. Paul Eric Rapp, a Welsh Cos. broker who marketed the space, said the church plans a major renovation of the building that once housed exhibits and has since been the home of the failed Minnesota Business Academy. Rapp wouldn't disclose the sale price of the 80,000-square-foot west building of the former museum complex. The sale closed Friday. A number of financial institutions had come to ...
Oct 11, 1975
Church of Scientology sues AMA for $1.6 million — St. Paul Dispatch
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Type: Press
Source: St. Paul Dispatch
The American Medical Association (AMA) is among several defendants in a $1.6 million libel suit filed Friday by the Church of Scientology of Minnesota. Other defendants in the suit filed in Ramsey District Court include the Minnesota State Medical Association Foundation (MSMAF), several foundation officers and Ralph Lee Smith, a writer for the AMA's "Today's Health" magazine. The church contends the AMA secretly hired Smith to do articles attacking various groups considered by the AMA hierarchy to be a threat to ...
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