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ELY - A rare meeting of the minds seemed to gather at a Tuesday Group meeting last week when Save The Boundary Waters members presented an update on the group’s efforts to halt a proposed sulfide … more
REGIONAL—Gov. Mark Dayton has lost Round One of a legal battle that is likely headed for the state’s Supreme Court. Ramsey County Judge John Guthmann ruled Wednesday that the governor’s … more
BABBITT- The city of Babbitt is requesting proposals from area contractors by the end of the month on the work needed to keep the Ron Castellano Arena operational. The council has yet to make any … more
GREENWOOD TWP— The St. Louis County Attorney’s Office plans to review a vote of the county’s planning commission, which granted approval last week to an after-the-fact land use application on … more
The Old Settlers couldn’t have asked for better weather at their annual picnic this past Saturday. As always, a large crowd filled the picnic area at McKinley Park. Jim Charles, 94 years, was the … more
DULUTH— The attorney for Gary and Edna Albertson repeatedly struggled to respond to the clearly skeptical questioning of a three-judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals during a hearing last … more
TOWER— It was a good news, bad news harbor committee meeting here on Monday, as officials from the city of Tower and representatives of Tower Vision 2025 worked to iron out final details of a … more
CRANE LAKE—Township officials and business owners in this border community say they’re worried about the future of their Customs and Border Patrol office and what the potential loss of the … more
REGIONAL— A newly-released study by two PhD economists has put economic data and analysis behind the arguments of sulfide mining opponents in the region, namely that boosters of copper-nickel … more
TOWER— A longtime U.S. diplomat and a former Congressman will discuss the changing nature of U.S. leadership and governance during a presentation set for 6:30 p.m. on Monday, July 24, at the Tower … more
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