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REGIONAL- While the raw numbers for the COVID-19 pandemic in the North Country look miniscule in comparison to the 189,681 total positive cases in the state, regional data obtained by the Timberjay … more
REGIONAL- Gov. Tim Walz “turned back the dials” on coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday, targeting restaurants, bars, social gatherings, and receptions for tighter controls to combat the … more
BREITUNG- Keith Mattila is Breitung’s new full-time maintenance assistant. He started on the job this week. Mattila was one of two finalists and was unanimously recommended by the hiring … more
ELY – An annual gathering of legislators hosted by the Ely Community Economic Development Joint Powers Board was in peril of cancellation this year when one member recently voted against … more
ELY- Ely native Remo J. “Ray” Garni, the son of Italian immigrants, almost failed Kindergarten because he didn’t know English. Remo had academic potential; he just needed an … more
TOWER— Members of the Gunderson Trust are trying to figure out how to make nearly a million dollars in assets provide some form of return for the city of Tower. The trust, which once provided … more
REGIONAL- North Country voters are sending two veteran DFL legislators back to St. Paul in January after District 3A Rep. Rob Ecklund and District 3 Sen. Tom Bakk fended off strong challenges from … more
ELY – A local teen accused of attempted murder in a stabbing incident involving his younger brother near Miner’s Lake has been ordered to undergo a series of evaluations, according to … more
ELY – Eighteen local businesses will share approximately $50,000 in federal CARES Act funds following grant distribution approval at a special city council meeting last week. The grant program … more
REGIONAL- St. Louis County is allocating a portion of its CARES Act assistance funds to help individuals and families negatively impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.One option is the COVID-19 … more
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