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ELY – Following an all-day listening session with ISD 696 teachers and staff on Monday, a designer and architect from Architectural Resources Inc. met with members of the Ely School Board to spell … more
Gerald Yourczek Gerald Yourczek, 92, of Angora, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019. A visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1 at Mlaker Funeral Home in Cook. Funeral services … more
COOK— A vacant plot of land formerly home to the Ashawa Inn on Hwy. 53 is being eyed for a possible Dollar General store. Cook Area Health Services currently owns the land, but has reportedly … more
ELY - The annual Ely Winter Festival celebrates its 35th year when it gets underway on Thursday, Feb. 7 and organizers say this year’s event will offer plenty of traditional favorites as well as … more
REGIONAL— The coldest air mass since 1996 descended on the North Country this week, sending temperatures plummeting close to all-time record lows. Brisk winds only added to the misery, sending wind … more
BOIS FORTE - A handwritten “closed” sign hangs in the window at the Lake Vermilion Wellness Center. It’s one of a handful of programs already suspended by the Bois Forte Band as federal … more
ELY – Rate increases for electricity service for Ely Utility Commission (EUC) customers won’t be quite as high this year as originally proposed. After a brief public hearing prior to their … more
ELY - Jon Gilbert, the director of Biological Sciences at the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, recently talked to a Tuesday Group gathering here about “Six Essential Elements in … more
ST. PAUL - A bill sponsored here last week by Rep. Rob Ecklund (D-International Falls) seeks continued funding for rural broadband projects amounting to $70 million over the next biennum. The … more
ELY – A group of Ely residents is hoping to raise $10,000 to establish a replacement for the Ely Goodwill Donation Center and Store that ceased operations here on Saturday. According to … more
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