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REGIONAL - Longtime state legislator and one-time county commissioner, Tom Rukavina, died Monday following a months-long battle with leukemia. He was 68. Rukavina had a storied career in Minnesota … more
ELY - Ely-Bloomenson Community Hospital and the Ely Regional Community Complex formed a partnership at the beginning of the new year that could lead to the building of a 40,000 square-foot community … more
TOWER— The city of Tower is facing a significant cash flow crunch that won’t be easy to repair. That was the upshot of the city’s audit report presented by representatives of Walker, Giroux, … more
James R. MakiJames Robert “Jim” Maki, 70, of Ely, died on Saturday, July 6, 2019, at his home on Burntside Lake. He was where he loved to be, doing what he loved, fishing. A gathering to … more
TOWER— A council that has worked mostly in unison in recent months, differed sharply late last month over the selection of a new city attorney and whether to examine proposals for engineering … more
VERMILION RESERVATION— State Rep. Peggy Flanagan toured the Bois Forte Head Start facility here on Monday as part of a statewide education tour. Flanagan is seeking the DFL nomination for Minnesota … more
REGIONAL—Hunters bought fewer small game licenses in Minnesota last year, and harvested fewer pheasants, and ruffed grouse. Meanwhile, hunters did report taking more ducks and Canada geese. … more
ELY – As the Ely School District considers a campus building renovation project that could cost as much as $13 million, the clock is ticking on a state-funded secure schools grant that the district … more
ELY – City council members here appear fed up with the slow pace of progress on a laundry list of blight conditions at 21 W. Shagawa Road. They voted Tuesday night to fine the property owners, … more
ELY – While already in its second year of gathering data on a possible capital improvement project, the Ely School Board’s newly-hired lobbyist is recommending that the board take more … more
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