Friday, December 14, 2018
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Why settle for old news when you can get the latest from the professional journalists at the Ely Echo? Great photos, in depth articles which acknowledge the varying points of view, from people who are on the scene and care about the people and events here in Ely. Whether you get the Echo in your... + continue reading
Friday, December 14, 2018
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Joseph Hiller (left) and Nels Pierson (right) presented an $800 check to Cheryl Boyes and Kathy Champa of the Ely Area Food Shelf. “Thank you to all who helped us in donating to The Ely Area Food Shelf!” said Hiller. + continue reading
Friday, December 14, 2018
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by Tom Coombe - Hoyt Lakes’ Mark Skelton said Wednesday that “I’m the mayor of a small mining town without a mine.” But that statement may not be accurate for much longer. Skelton’s city is on track to be the home of the region’s first copper-nickel mine, a development that brought... + continue reading
Friday, December 14, 2018
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ELY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE sponsored the Dec. 8 Mrs. Claus Party at Amici’s. Santa and Mrs. Claus entertained area children with holiday craft projects, music, dance and treats. Photo by Tara Kay Photography. + continue reading
Friday, December 14, 2018
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CRAFTS for Sally Dunn and Rylan Buschman at the Ely Chamber’s Mrs. Claus party. Photos by Tara Kay. + continue reading

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12/17/2018
This winter’s relatively low snowfall amounts, combined with single digit temperatures, could lead to potential freezing problems for septic systems. The St. Louis County Environmental Services Department is reminding property owners with septic systems to take preventative maintenance steps to... + continue reading
12/16/2018
by Nick Wognum - The Babbitt City Council has approved a purchase agreement for city land to Twin Metals Minnesota to build an office building and parking area where the Bryant Center was located. The purchase price for the land was set at $70,000. The land value was determined by an... + continue reading

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12/15/2018
It hasn’t been the best start to winter. In just over one month, I’ve had to replace my cell phone, my car’s side view mirror, my home furnace and my well pump. The latter two were a better choice... + continue reading

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12/13/2018
Notice to the Public: The City of Ely is currently accepting applications for the Building Maintenance/Laborer Position. This is a full time position that includes a benefits package. For more... + continue reading

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12/17/2018
This winter’s relatively low snowfall amounts, combined with single digit temperatures, could lead to potential freezing problems for septic systems. The St. Louis County Environmental Services Department is reminding property owners with septic systems to take preventative maintenance steps to... + continue reading
12/16/2018
by Nick Wognum - The Babbitt City Council has approved a purchase agreement for city land to Twin Metals Minnesota to build an office building and parking area where the Bryant Center was located. The purchase price for the land was set at $70,000. The land value was determined by an... + continue reading
12/15/2018
by Tom Coombe A long-discussed plan to bring high-speed internet broadband service to Ely’s downtown corridor seems a bit closer to reality. Harold Langowski,the city’s clerk-treasurer and operations director, said Tuesday that he’s optimistic construction could begin in 2019 on a plan to extend... + continue reading

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12/14/2018
BATTLE IN FRONT OF THE BENCH - Ely’s Austin Meskill (5) looked to take the puck from an Eveleth-Gilber player right in front of Ely’s bench as coaches Jake Myers and Ben Johnson and the Wolves’... + continue reading

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12/15/2018
There has been an extensive study. There are numerous examples of below par service. The Lake Connections debacle has compounded the problems. What is needed is a clear plan to move forward with... + continue reading

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12/16/2018
On Sunday afternoon at 4:43 p.m, the 2018 muzzleloader season came to a close. Not having fired a shot in either season, I hopped in the truck and left the state park in Soudan. Three minutes later... + continue reading