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ELY – Michael Bestgen repeated as winner of the 2021 WolfTrack Classic eight-dog race this year with a faster time than his 2020 victory.The veteran WolfTrack Classic musher and his team were … more
WINTON – Sustained below-zero temperatures and limited snow cover contributed to frozen water lines and water main breaks here last week. It was so cold that even the Winton water tower froze … more
REGIONAL— The state’s Supreme Court has reversed a lower court ruling from last year that had sent a PolyMet air emissions permit back to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency for … more
ELY - The roster is full for the Ely WolfTrack Classic sled dog race on Sunday. By early this week, 39 mushers and their dog teams were on the way to Ely for the 13th annual event.“We have 21 … more
REGIONAL- State officials warned on Tuesday that bitter cold temperatures and winter storms affecting much of the nation will likely cause a temporary setback in efforts to vaccinate Minnesotans … more
TOWER- Water to a portion of west Tower has been shut off due to a water main break in an alley west of Pine St. between Main and N 2nd St. that was discovered Saturday morning. The affected area … more
TOWER— Council members had billed Monday’s special meeting with the city’s ambulance staff as a listening session, and they got an earful from members who were concerned by a new … more
GREENWOOD TWP- While there is still uncertainty about federal and state funding for broadband projects in the township, Greenwood Chair Mike Ralston said he was looking into having the township sell … more
ELY – A recording of the Ely mayoral candidate forum held this week at City Hall can be viewed on YouTube (search for Ely Mayoral Candidate Forum 2021). The event was co-hosted by The Ely … more
REGIONAL—The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, or AFA, will host a free virtual Alzheimer’s educational conference for Minnesotans on Tuesday, March 16, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. … more
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