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ELY – The Superior National Forest is taking a new look at the use of recreational commercial services on the Superior National Forest and some local outfitters fear that could mean significant … more
ELY – The accumulating piles of snow this winter and the city’s efforts to deal with it all were on the minds of city council members here Tuesday night during an abbreviated council … more
ELY - The city of Ely stepped up recently to become the100th local signatory to the Affirmation of Equal Pay for their workforce. The local equal-pay promotion is a collaborative effort of the … more
REGIONAL— What a difference a week can make. Temperatures in the 60s and overnight lows well above the freezing mark in recent days have sent signs of winter packing and raised hopes that the ice … more
COOK – In a time when small town, independent hospitals seem a dying enterprise, administrators at the Cook Hospital and Care Center continue to revitalize their services, thanks to support from … more
ELY – The proposed recreational trailhead building envisioned for the west entrance to the city of Ely could also house the Ely Chamber of Commerce offices and serve as the city’s official … more
ELY – Officials with Twin Metals Minnesota and the Iron Range Building and Construction Trades Council gathered here this week to sign a formal project labor agreement for the construction phase of … more
REGIONAL— Paul McDonald is widely known across the region as a teacher and a basketball coach. He’d soon like to be known as a county commissioner. McDonald, an Iron Range native and longtime … more
ELY – An 18-year-old student at Vermilion Community College, from Detroit, Mich., drowned while swimming in Miner’s Lake on Labor Day. Sean Giles Jr., a member of the VCC football team, … more
ELY – With Ely wrapping up another Winter Festival celebration, final plans are being made for the 11th annual WolfTrack Classic Sled Dog Race, scheduled for Feb. 23-24. Cold temperatures and … more
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