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NETT LAKE - Local band War Bonnet is rapidly gaining attention on a national level. Chaz Wagner, a founding member of the group, recently returned home from a trip to New York, where he attended the … more
Lorraine E. ConnorLorraine Elizabeth Connor, 75, of Nett Lake, passed away on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Nett Lake Baptist … more
TOWER— The city council here voted Tuesday to ask its engineering firm, SEH, to contribute $5,000 to a maintenance fund to address errors committed during the installation of a sewer line at … more
ELY - A group working together to honor military service members ahead of Veterans Day endured freezing temperatures last weekend to place more than 130 Christmas wreaths at the graves of service … more
REGIONAL— Enrollment at the five community colleges that make up the Northeast Higher Education District has fallen by a third in the past eight years, and that’s prompting a closer look … more
TOWER- Another wet, cold fall construction season has once again slowed exterior work on the Lake Vermilion Cultural Center located on Tower’s main street. Even so, LVCC Chair Mary Batinich is … more
ELY – The Ely Area Ambulance Service (EAAS) is seeking to raise as much as $1.4 million to replenish their financial reserves and to help fund construction of a new ambulance garage. According … more
ELY – The Economic Development Authority arm of the city of Ely strives to provide initiatives to promote business growth in the community and a new website was recently launched to highlight … more
ELY – With little discussion on Tuesday night, city council members here approved a resolution declaring a rental property owned by a fellow council member to be a blight to the community. … more
Jerry P. DiwishekJerry Peter Diwishek, 84, of Ely Lake, entered his heavenly home on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019, at his home. A gathering of family and friends will be held from 4-6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. … more
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