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ELY – The community at the end of the road pops the cork on its 25th annual Winter Festival beginning on Thursday, Feb. 1, and running through Sunday, Feb. 11. “We’re adding new events … more
TOWER- Ashley Thaemert has always loved art, though her passion was sled dogs. But it was her love of her sled dogs that has jump-started her art career. “Last August [2016],” she said, “I … more
GREENWOOD— The town board chair here says he was the target of a verbal assault, including profanity, by the city of Tower’s ambulance director, Steve Altenburg, after he commented favorably on a … more
VERMILION RESERVATION- Bois Forte Tribal Chairman Cathy Chavers talked about the tough decisions made by the tribal council this past year at the 2018 State of the Band Address, held Jan. 25 at … more
REGIONAL— The St. Louis County Board has given preliminary approval of grants totaling $727,750 in state funds for continuing the fight against aquatic invasive species. The Lake Vermilion and … more
BLOOMINGTON— The Timberjay was the winner of five statewide awards during the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s annual Better Newspaper Contest. MNA officials announced the results at last … more
TOWER— The city council here approved a resolution Monday night that issues bonds totaling $500,000 for a sewer extension and related sewer renovation at the Hoodoo Point Campground. The bonds come … more
REGIONAL— State Rep. Paul Thissen, a Minneapolis DFLer, was stumping for votes on the Iron Range this week, just ahead of precinct caucuses on Tuesday. Thissen, who served one term as House Speaker … more
REGIONAL— The U.S. Forest Service has announced that it is cancelling plans to conduct an environmental impact statement, or EIS, on the potential effects of the proposed mineral withdrawal in the … more
COOK— Minnesota’s First District Congressman Tim Walz, fresh off the plane from Washington, D.C., traveled north to Cook Tuesday, hoping to garner support for his bid for governor. He spoke … more
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