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TOWER— The Tower Economic Development Authority has money to lend to businesses in the city. The funds will be available for a wide range of uses by businesses, including business acquisition … more
ELY – Recent meetings of the ISD 696 facilities committee with the architect and construction manager resulted in the release of revised plans that offer more detail of the $20 million building … more
REGIONAL— Months after civil unrest in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd rocked Minneapolis, law enforcement officials are beginning to reveal the extent to which outside agitators … more
REGIONAL- Ely schools have switched to distance learning and ISD 2142 schools will follow suit as a key indicator of COVID-19 case rates for schools shot through the roof last week amid continuing … more
TOWER- With the bi-weekly COVID-19 case rate at over 90 cases per 10,000 people in northern St. Louis County, the Vermilion Country School Board decided to move to a hybrid learning model starting on … more
ELY- A 20-year-old Tower man faces a felony burglary charge following a Nov. 21 incident at Lakeshore Liquor, 438 E. Sheridan St.William Allen Taylor Laitinen was charged with burglary in the third … more
ELY – Vacation and short-term rentals within the city of Ely will now be regulated and licensed following city council approval on Tuesday of a long-debated ordinance.The ordinance will allow … more
TOWER- Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy has deprived Aaron Raj of the ability to walk, but that doesn’t mean this 19-year-old Tower teenager doesn’t have places to go. Getting around has … more
REGIONAL- Despite repeated comments touting two COVID-19 vaccines as “lights at the end of the tunnel,” state officials had few details to offer early this week on how Minnesota will … more
REGIONAL- The St. Louis County Schools will bookend their regular two-week winter break with two weeks of full distance learning to help reduce the impact of COVID-19 in the hope that in-person … more
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