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GREENWOOD TWP- Once again, public comment proved to be a divisive portion of the Greenwood Town Board meeting on Tuesday. For the second month in a row, Chairman Mike Ralston moved the public … more
COOK - There might be more to that ‘bump in the night’ you heard in the woods last summer. You may have had a chance encounter with Big Foot, or even the legendary Wendigo of the Great Lakes, or … more
NETT LAKE - The paint brushes were out at the school here last Monday for a community art program designed to bring more education to locals on various art and art techniques. “There is no art … more
ELY- High school choir members from Ely, International Falls, Mt. Iron-Buhl, Silver Bay, and the Vermilion Country School-Tower participated in what might be called a choir “boot camp” during the … more
Wilma M. Wagoner Wilma Maxine Wagoner, 91, of Tower, passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018, at Carefree Living in Ely. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 15 at Immanuel … more
ELY— The school board here, on Tuesday, agreed to conduct a survey of community attitudes on a number of possible renovations and additions to the Ely school campus. That decision came as the … more
TOWER— Despite a weather forecast that looked more disheartening than an empty stringer, the 10th annual Lake Vermilion Take A Kid Fishing event was a rousing success.Over 100 kids hit the lake … more
REGIONAL— The U.S. Steel Corporation is seeking to intervene in a pair of lawsuits that challenge the company’s new permit for water discharge from the Minntac tailings basin north of Virginia. … more
TOWER-SOUDAN— Results from water testing done by the state shows that the Tower-Breitung public water supply will likely need to add a secondary treatment system in the near future to improve … more
Sheldon D. SandbergSheldon Duane Sandberg, 50, of Cook, passed away as the result of an accident on Sunday, July 21, 2019, in Bear River. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 27 … more
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