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WASHINGTON— Members of a U.S. Senate-House conference committee have eliminated a provision that would have cleared the way for completion of a land exchange between PolyMet Mining and the U.S. … more
REGIONAL— The seemingly intractable DFL divide over sulfide mining reared its head again this week as state party leaders attempted to quell a rebellion, of sorts, among the elected leadership of … more
TOWER— Officials here held an illegal special meeting of the city’s harbor committee on Friday, July 13, in an apparent effort to bridge an impasse with town home developers over a recent city … more
ORR-The city council here reviewed the annual audit of the city’s finances for 2017. “Cleanest audit I’ve ever sat through,” said Mayor Joel Astelford. The general fund ended the year with a … more
REGIONAL— State Rep. Jason Metsa is harkening back almost a century to make his case for a government that works for, rather than against, average Americans. The three-term legislator from Virginia … more
REGIONAL— Michelle Lee admits she doesn’t have much political experience. And she doesn’t have the most money or the most political endorsements of the five candidates currently vying for the … more
ELY- The Northern Lights Music Festival Opera presented “The Barber of Seville” Monday night at the Washington School Auditorium. The popular and well-known comic opera was also presented in … more
LAKE VERMILION— Common loons continue to do well on Lake Vermilion, according to the results of the 2018 loon count— and that suggests that the 2010 BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico may not … more
While some Democratic leaders in Washington still haven’t learned the lessons of the 2016 election, there are hopeful signs across the country that the next generation of party leadership is ready … more
Enacting massive funding cuts to Minnesota’s schools and local government. Denying affordable health care access to hundreds of thousands of the state’s working class residents. Refusing hundreds … more
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