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On Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, the Ely Timberwolves made the long trek to Siren, Wis., to play a football game. As a parent of a football player (#18), a teacher and a Siren resident for 28 years, I want … more
What do you get when you impose a complex and wide-ranging law with more than a few glitches, and then refuse to make any changes that could address its shortcomings? You get the ever-worsening mess … more
At times, it’s easy to view the glass as more than half full when considering the future of Tower and Soudan. With a new state park campground poised to open next spring and with significant new … more
Rick Nolan is the clear choice for voters going to the polls this fall, and we want to strongly endorse him for his relentless advocacy on behalf of mining and the communities we represent. As … more
As we live through this experiment in extreme polarization during the presidential campaign, I’ve wondered if it can get much worse, if we can sink any lower...but then I’ve wondered that before … more
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The leaked audiotape of GOP presidential nominee Donald J. Trump openly bragging about his sexual assaults on women should come as no surprise at all to anyone who has been paying attention since he … more
Perhaps readers have begun to see campaign signs springing up supporting Melissa Roach for 2142 School Board. Perhaps some are wondering, “Who is Melissa Roach?” Over the past several months, I … more
This fall, Minnesota became one of 27 states across the nation to offer no-excuse absentee voting. That means you can vote absentee for any reason, or simply because you feel like it. This is the … more
It’s my firm belief that in small towns, attitude is everything. A community that feels optimistic and positive about its future, is a community that will invest in itself and will, as a result, … more
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A new book by Minnesota state Sen. John Marty offers something that few politicians have ever provided to the public before— a straightforward plan to transition to a single-payer health care … more
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