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REGIONAL— A Timberjay analysis of the administrative expenses of local Basic Life Support (BLS) ambulance services has found a wide variation in overhead costs, ranging from $4,800 a year in … more
TOWER- The Tower Area Ambulance Commission, on Monday, asked the Tower City Council to scrap the existing ambulance service agreement with the townships, and to come back with a new proposal for the … more
DULUTH— The St. Louis County Board, on Tuesday, tabled action on a proposal to allow refugee resettlement after a flood of opposition, mostly from residents in rural parts of the county. The … more
COOK – The annual sleigh ride fundraiser for the food shelf  here was once again a success. According to organizer Mike Hanson, the event went really well, with a total of seven teams of … more
Rita F. Plotnik Rita Frances Plotnik, 84, of Willmar, died on Monday, Dec. 23, 2019, at Carris Health Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar. A Mass of Christian Burial was held on Friday, Dec. 27 at the … more
ELY— Reports of a sale of the former Shopko building in Ely may have been premature. Current building owner Bob McCullough told the Timberjay on Monday that the building is "under contract," but has not yet been sold. McCullough said recent media reports suggesting a sale had been completed were in error. more
TOWER- A group of dedicated cross-country ski enthusiasts have breathed new life into the ski trails developed by former Tower DNR-area forester Howard Wagoner and other skiing enthusiasts. The new … more
SOUDAN- The Breitung Town Board, at their meeting on Dec. 17, agreed to host three winter-time events in 2020, including Finlander Bocce Ball, an open house at the new Breitung Community Room, and … more
COOK— The city council here voted to approve a 5-percent levy increase to cover rising city expenses for next year. The council made its decision after no one appeared for the annual … more
REGIONAL—Tower-Soudan officially has a new coordinator for its community education program. The school board approved the hiring of Amy Banks at a special meeting here on Thursday, Dec. 19. … more
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