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Tue
23
Jan

Incumbents face no opposition in town board races

by Tom Coombe -

Mon
22
Jan

Governor Dayton all-in on Ely bonding projects

by Tom Coombe -

Mon
22
Jan

A winter double play in Ely; Twins’ visit coincides with start of Northland 300 on Thursday

by Tom Coombe -

Sun
21
Jan

Ely Echo remains city’s newspaper

by Tom Coombe -

Fri
19
Jan

Ely man wins $250,000 Powerball prize

Gregory Adkisson of Ely claimed a $250,000 Powerball prize at Lottery headquarters in Roseville on Jan. 16.
Adkisson’s ticket was one of two tickets sold for the Jan. 10 drawing to win $250,000. He purchased his winning ticket at Voyageur Short Stop, located at 1815 E. Sheridan St. in Ely.
The second $250,000 winning ticket, which has yet to be claimed, was sold at Hibbing Short Stop II, located at 1121 E. Howard St. in Hibbing.
Adkisson’s quick-pick ticket matched four of the first five numbers plus the Powerball number, which is normally worth $50,000.
Because he added the Power Play multiplier option for an extra dollar, his prize was multiplied by 5 (the Power Play number drawn) to win $250,000.
The winning Powerball numbers for Jan. 10 are 7-24-33-49-50 and the Powerball is 4.

Fri
19
Jan

Ely Centric - Ely Echo - Ely’s hometown - Ely Owned Legal Newspaper

The Echo is jam-packed with Ely area news this week and EVERY week! High school and VCC sports results, and much more. YOU are invited to subscribe and be a part of Ely’s caring folks. Call 218-365-3141 or stop in the Echo office, 15 East Chapman Street, Ely MN 55731

Fri
19
Jan

Prizes piling up for next Saturday’s 18th annual Fun Run even

by Tom Coombe -

Fri
19
Jan

Baltich’s Into The Brush wins Touchstone Energy Community Award from LCP

Accepting the Touchstone Energy Community Award from Lake Country Power for Into The Brush, Inc., is Jackie Hartleben and Joe Baltich.

Fri
19
Jan

Given Key to the City with Thanks

KEY TO THE CITY for Jodi Martin (left), who was recognized by mayor Chuck Novak and Ely council members prior to Tuesday night’s council meeting. Martin was saluted for her efforts the last two decades in organizing Ely’s Fourth of July Parade. Photo by Casey Velcheff

Fri
19
Jan

Delivered to Memphis and St. Jude’s

CHECK PRESENTATION - Ely sixth-grader Robert Towley (right) went all the way to Memphis and delivered a check for $4,388.01 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He is pictured with St. Jude’s representative Katie Jones. Robert put on a chili feed last month in an effort to raise money for St. Jude’s, which treats children with catastrophic diseases.

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