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COOK – Cook Hospital Administrator Al Vogt, who grew up in the tiny farm community of Glencoe, seemed destined for a career in medicine even though he first planned to pursue a degree in … more
ELY — Thirsty ice fishermen no longer have to leave the warmth of their shacks to replenish their beer and liquor supplies. Now, all they have to do is pick up their cell phones and call Ely Safe … more
ST. PAUL— The State Capitol buzzed with the noise of shuffling papers, clanging gavels, and the ongoing chatter of persuasive argument the weekend of Jan. 10. It seemed like a normal legislative … more
A fascinating new study by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press provides valuable insights to one of the stranger dynamics in American politics today. How is it, after all, that … more
In Tuesday’s State of the Union address, a confident President Barack Obama cited the lowest unemployment rate since the 2008 crash, rising consumer confidence, a rapidly-shrinking deficit, and the … more
REGIONAL—Chilean mining giant Antofagasta completed its acquisition of Duluth Metals this week, gaining 100 percent ownership of the Twin Metals joint venture in the process. The deal was finalized … more
REGIONAL— Once-high-hopes for a steel mill employing 1,000 workers on the west end of the Mesabi Iron Range have faded, and now the prospect for a much-smaller project faces a new … more
ELY – The Ely City Council’s recent action to continue membership in the Range Association of Municipalities and Schools (RAMS) was reversed this week. Mayor Chuck Novak asked the council to … more
A special open house, honoring Al Vogt for his contributions to health care and the Cook community, is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 28, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Cook Hospital, 10 Fifth Street SE. more
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