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REGIONAL—Scenic Rivers CEO Mike Holmes has had a close-up view of the health care debate in Washington in recent months, but says he still can’t predict how the changes being debated in the … more
EMBARRASS— A new cast of township officials is struggling to deal with a host of issues and disagreements over personnel, disruptive residents, and plans for a new post office— and tensions are … more
ELY – Using a mobile fish house parked at the Pioneer Mine, members of the Vermilion Range Amateur Radio Club crammed into their makeshift radio shack last weekend to take part in the national … more
REGIONAL— The legal battle between U.S. Steel and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has attracted reinforcements after the judge in the case recently granted three environmental groups their … more
TOWER— The city of Tower will soon have a dramatic new entrance sign at the west end of town. The city council, on Monday, approved the purchase of the new entrance sign, which will be built at the … more
TOWER- The gymnasium at Tower-Soudan Elementary was full at this year’s Lake Vermilion Cultural Center’s annual Midsummer fundraiser, but organizers are hoping that next year the entertainment … more
ORR— The nonprofit ORR Center is making progress on another one of their key initiatives— increasing the local capacity and reliability of food production— through the start-up of a new buying … more
REGIONAL— Minnesota needs to step up its investment in renewable energy to head off the worst effects of climate change, while it works at the same time to adapt to the climate changes that are … more
REGIONAL— Rep. Rick Nolan, a northeastern Minnesota Democrat, has found common ground with some of the most conservative Republicans in Congress over his efforts to block a two-year study of a … more
FIELD TWP— A landowner here is vowing to fight an effort by a Canadian National Railway subsidiary to acquire land currently owned by him and his sister through eminent domain. The railroad, with … more
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