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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
REGIONAL— A host of environmental and conservation groups are alleging that the state’s Pollution Control Agency fell for a “bait and switch,” when the agency issued both air and water … more
REGIONAL— Your trip from Tower to Ely could take a couple minutes less than before as a result of an increase in the speed limit on Hwy. 1 that will take effect as soon as new speed limit signs are … more
Thomas R. Poderzay Sr. Thomas R. Poderzay Sr., 91, of Soudan, entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at … more
REGIONAL - Nearly half a million Minnesotans could lose their SNAP (food assistance) benefits at the end of February if the federal government shutdown persists. Already, the Arrowhead Economic … more
VIRGINIA— Hundreds of people from around the state made a pilgrimage, of sorts, to Holy Spirit Catholic Church here this past Saturday to pay homage to a true Iron Ranger. Gov. Tim Walz, former Gov. … more
ELY— Three Ely area non-profit groups have a new home at the renovated American Fraternal Union building thanks to the continuing efforts of John and Tanner Ott, Alley A Realty, and one football … more
VIRGINIA - A plan to trim staffing levels at the Tower-Soudan School prompted a spirited debate at the St. Louis County School Board meeting here Tuesday evening with one school board member … more
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