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At its June 24 meeting in Ely, the St. Louis County Board passed Commissioner Keith Nelson’s resolution opposing a programmatic environmental impact statement (PEIS) on the effects of sulfide-ore … more
I subscribe to the Timberjay newspaper for its insights and excellence in investigative reporting. Your honors are well deserved. My wife subscribes to the Cook paper because, well, I really can’t … more
Nothing has now become more apparent here in the surrounding areas of the BWCA, than the need to charge those who use emergency rescue operations. The taxpayers are footing the bill for rescues … more
In the aftermath of the $78 million St. Louis County School District 2142 disastrous project, more and more is being learned. 1) The courts confirmed that the voters were lied to about the … more
Recent criticisms of the request for a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement should have addressed a couple critical points. First, Chip Cravaack, the occasional Minnesotan, has stated that he … more
I just want to say thank you to the Timberjay’s Marshall Helmberger, Tower Mayor Steve Abrahamson and former Tower City Clerk Tim Kotzian for their efforts and perseverance. They have shed a … more
The 1982 National Environmental Policy Act EPA regulations require the preparation of an environmental impact statement (EIS) for all forest plan revisions and significant amendments. These EISs are … more
This past May 8, the Greenwood Board of Appeal was set to meet at Greenwood Township.  Notice of the meeting was published and posted in our local newspaper as required by law.  The St. Louis … more
Only a small minority of our youth use drugs, are engaged in sexual activity and are not achieving in school. Youth are great and we need to let them know how much we admire them. How can adults help … more
Mary Worringer, in her letter of last week, “Why the opposition to local control”, again demonstrates her penchant for inaccurate statements and a shoot from the hip tendency that we recognize in … more