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REGIONAL— New data published by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last week confirms that Tower-based Lamppa Manufacturing is producing the cleanest and most efficient wood burning furnace … more
REGIONAL— A bill that would restore two federal mineral leases to Chilean-based Antofagasta and its proposed Twin Metals mine, and halt a two-year study of a proposed mineral withdrawal in the Superior National Forest, narrowly passed the U.S. House last Thursday— but in the end it may not matter. more
TOWER— This small city, seemingly poised for new development, has now come face-to-face with a significant limit to its growth: wastewater treatment capacity. It’s a situation made worse by … more
ELY –The Great American Canoe Festival in Ely is in peril of sinking and the Ely Events Bureau is looking for ideas to keep it afloat. Wendy Lindsay submitted her resignation to the Ely Events … more
ELY – The Ely School Board could make a decision as early as Dec. 11 concerning partnering with the Ely Regional Community Complex to build a recreation center on school property. In a study … more
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Enactment of a land exchange that would help clear the way for PolyMet Mining’s proposed copper-nickel mine near Hoyt Lakes took a step closer to reality on Tuesday with the … more
REGIONAL— A 168-percent increase in the harvest of antlerless deer during the 2017 regular firearms deer season helped boost the total harvest over last year by 29 percent in northern and central … more
ELY - An Ely man, 34, remains in the St. Louis County Jail after pleading not guilty to five felonies related to an alleged sexual assault last week. Bail was set at $350,000. David Alan Nielsen … more
REGIONAL- Due to extreme icy conditions and danger from trucks hauling timber, the Kawishiwi Ranger District has temporarily closed a five-mile portion of the Tomahawk Road (Forest Road 377) from … more
ELY – What is your opinion on the boiling point of water? Science students learn that water boils at 212 degrees. More and more, some seem to think that science is just an opinion. Minnesota … more
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