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REGIONAL— The recent tempest over state Sen. David Tomassoni’s decision to accept the top job at the Range Association of Municipalities and Schools, or RAMS, appears headed for calmer waters. … more
REGIONAL — It doesn’t matter if it’s frigid enough to grow a full mustache and beard of ice, or just warm enough to catch hypothermia from freezing sweat, the Arrowhead 135 ultra marathon from … more
I’m just home from a 10-day stay with friends in New Zealand. The trip actually took 14 days with travel time from Ely to Duluth to Chicago to San Francisco to Auckland, New Zealand and then a hop … more
VERMILION RESERVATION— After ten years of rapid growth in facilities, programs and services, the Bois Forte are ready to move into a new phase of development, according to Tribal Chair Kevin Leecy. … more
TOWER- The Gundersen Trust Board has some key decisions to make, both of which will be on upcoming meeting agendas. The board, which oversees a million dollar trust, must decide whether to loan … more
EMBARRASS- The U.S. Postal Service, Wednesday, announced that service at the Embarrass Post Office is being suspended due to structural and safety issues with the building. The building was being … more
ELY – ISD 696 Superintendent Alexis Leitgeb was questioned this week on her decision to cancel classes on Friday, Jan. 23 rather than implement the late-start procedure that was recently … more
Several websites are available to predict when the aurora borealis will be visible: more
ELY – The night sky in Northern Minnesota can be filled with the eerie, mysterious ribbons of light known as the aurora borealis. Lovely to look at and a challenge to photograph, the Northern … more
COOK – Cook Hospital Administrator Al Vogt, who grew up in the tiny farm community of Glencoe, seemed destined for a career in medicine even though he first planned to pursue a degree in … more
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