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TOWER— The St. Louis County Board has approved the sale of approximately five acres of county land located at the intersection of Hwy. 169 and Marina Drive, to the Tower Economic Development … more
REGIONAL- An administrative law judge has found probable cause to believe that the Virginia and Eveleth-Gilbert school districts violated state law by failing to account for their spending to support … more
ELY – As the 2019-2020 school year wraps up for IDS 696, school board members studied a revised budget Tuesday night and, as reported by the district’s superintendent, school finances … more
REGIONAL— With fears about the health risks that upcoming elections could pose to both voters and poll workers, there’s been a push by election officials across the country to move to … more
ELY – A group of dedicated people who call themselves “Masks for Ely” have been sewing relentlessly this spring, producing protective face masks in response to the coronavirus … more
REGIONAL- Bowing to pressure from church leaders and the Trump administration, Gov. Tim Walz on Saturday gave the green light to Minnesota houses of worship to re-open for limited in-person services … more
COOK- The Cook Hospital is slowly and safely resuming more patient services, with specialists resuming visits starting in June. Visitor restrictions at the hospital remain in place, according to … more
BREITUNG TWP- COVID-19 strikes again.The Breitung Community Picnic, held as part of the Fourth of July festivities, has been canceled. The Breitung Township Board voted to cancel the picnic at their … more
EMBARRASS- While Tower can claim the rights to the best small town Fourth of July, Embarrass can rightfully claim the rights to the best little regional fair in northeastern Minnesota. But that fair, … more
TOWER-SOUDAN- A resident of the Tower-Soudan area tested positive for COVID-19, marking the first-known case in the communities. The individual, who has not exhibited symptoms, sought testing on May … more
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