Friday, June 14, 2019
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ELY ART CAMP - Ruthann Griffin watches over Art Camp students Grady Anderson, Benjamin Greenwald, Clara Luthens and Brennan Pucel as they blow water color art through a straw. Photos by Pam Roberts. + continue reading
Friday, June 14, 2019
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by Tom Coombe Two administrators with extensive Iron Range ties are in the running to be the Ely School District’s next chief executive. At a special meeting Wednesday, school board members picked John Klarich and Erik Erie as finalists for the district’s soon-to-be-vacant, part-time... + continue reading
Friday, June 14, 2019
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by Tom Coombe The state champion in the 800 meter run came right out of centerfield. Instead of chasing fly balls, Luke Olson was being chased by his opponents in track all spring long - all the way up to last weekend’s state meet in St. Paul. But nobody ever caught the Ely junior, who won the... + continue reading
Saturday, June 8, 2019
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by Tom Coombe - Ely's Luke Olson will battle for a state high school track championship on Saturday. After Friday's preliminaries, the Ely junior is in first place in the 800 meter run at the state meet in St. Paul. Olson had the fastest time among 18 runners competing in three heats on a... + continue reading
Friday, June 7, 2019
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No wonder the Echo is the largest circulation north country Ely publication! It’s brimful with color photos and the latest news. A variety of columnists and the O’clock hour introduces you to folks in Ely. Plus you get the North Country Angler and all the fishing news. Sign up for the email edition... + continue reading

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06/14/2019
The Ely area will benefit from mining dollars through several grants approved by the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board. The IRRRB approved a $120,000 grant to the city of Ely to extend fiber on both alleys on the north and south side of Sheridan Street from Third Avenue West to Eighth... + continue reading
06/14/2019
On January 21 this year, P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) celebrated the 150th birthday of International Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Chapter FD in Ely joined the other 230,000 current members of P.E.O. from nearly 6,000 chapters across the United States and Canada in... + continue reading

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06/14/2019
Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you toss and turn, going over the things which need to be done the following day? If so, you’re not alone. One trick I’ve used is to tell my body parts to shut down... + continue reading

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06/14/2019
TOWN OF MORSE NOTICE The Town of Morse has been notified paving will begin on Monday morning for Cedar Lake Road and continue through the day. Please plan accordingly. + continue reading

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06/14/2019
The Ely area will benefit from mining dollars through several grants approved by the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board. The IRRRB approved a $120,000 grant to the city of Ely to extend fiber on both alleys on the north and south side of Sheridan Street from Third Avenue West to Eighth... + continue reading
06/14/2019
On January 21 this year, P.E.O. (Philanthropic Educational Organization) celebrated the 150th birthday of International Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Chapter FD in Ely joined the other 230,000 current members of P.E.O. from nearly 6,000 chapters across the United States and Canada in... + continue reading
06/14/2019
Fortune Bay has already hosted two MLE (Major League Eating) Indian Taco Eating Contests, but now things will even more interesting later this month as the first annual MLE Wild Rice Hotdish Eating Championship takes place. The No. 5-ranked competitive eater in the world, Darron Breeden, from... + continue reading

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06/14/2019
by Tom Coombe Brielle Kallberg climbed three spots in the standings but did not make the medal round at last weekend’s state track meet. The Ely long-jumper, a junior, was eighth in her heat and... + continue reading

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06/14/2019
“Thank you for your service.” As a U.S. Army Soldier living in Forest Lake, I am grateful for these words, which I hear often when wearing my uniform in this community. What many people do not... + continue reading

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06/14/2019
Members of the Vermilion Range Amateur Radio Club will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 22 – 23, at the St. Louis County Public Works Facility located at 2210... + continue reading