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With the political season nearing its climax, letters to the editor have been filling our email and mailbox alike in recent days. And, as we often do in our pre-election edition, we’ve allotted an … more
Seeing and hearing, in person, the President or Vice President of the United States, or a candidate for these high offices, is a rare opportunity for any American. I was in the same room last week … more
I almost fell off my chair the other day while reading Stewart Mills’ comments in the Mesabi Daily News on the subject of single-payer health insurance. He chastised his opponent Rick Nolan for … more
ELY – Rising demolition costs, increased vandalism and continuing deterioration of the JFK School building are factors School Board members considered this week in prioritizing upcoming facilities … more
REGIONAL— What happens when nearly $10 million in special interest money is poured into a single congressional district in one of the country’s least expensive media markets? For residents, … more
TOWER – The river dredging portion of the Tower Historic Harbor Renaissance project has begun. The tug boat and barge waited in the waters of the East Two River as Marine Tech construction workers … more
Editor's Note: Local adventurers returned from Mongolia earlier this month, after learning to hunt with golden eagles in the country’s remote mountain valleys for two weeks. Jean Gendreau was … more
We all want to have change in the direction of our country but we keep voting the same old politicians over and over and then wonder why things don’t change. Christina Hujanen is a breath of … more
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