Friday, July 20, 2018
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There may not be a parking space in Ely as the American Legion Baseball playoffs and the 38th annual Blueberry Arts Festival descend next weekend. Come on out and have some fun! + continue reading
Friday, July 20, 2018
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by Nick Wognum The little town of Winton is now without its Post Office after a snap decision. Given four hours to decide whether to keep his job at the Ely Post Office or retain the contract for the Winton office, Bret Janeksela made a tough decision on Wednesday. The Winton Post Office,... + continue reading
Friday, July 20, 2018
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by Brangien Davis This story is published courtesy of Crosscut.com Editor’s Note: Katie Miller, who brags about growing up in the woods around Ely, is the daughter and Barb and Bill Godlin, and Bill and Deb Miller. Katie was a recipient of Donald G. Gardner Trust Fund grants while she lived in... + continue reading
Friday, July 20, 2018
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MORSE supervisors Len Cersine and Terry Soderberg at a public meeting in Ely Tuesday on St. Louis County’s new comprehensive plan process. + continue reading
Friday, July 20, 2018
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Including the Ely YoungLife group while on a trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico. On the trip were Mike Keller, Cameron Kienitz, Jasiah Wigdahl, Dylan Kienitz, Elijah Olson, Austin Kallberg, Ethan Hasz, Tyler Walter, Lily Sauls, Caleb Janeksela, Kris Bercher, Adrianna Bishop, Holly Dirks, Emmett Faltesek... + continue reading

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07/20/2018
There may not be a parking space in Ely as the American Legion Baseball playoffs and the 38th annual Blueberry Arts Festival descend next weekend. Come on out and have some fun! + continue reading
07/20/2018
by Nick Wognum The little town of Winton is now without its Post Office after a snap decision. Given four hours to decide whether to keep his job at the Ely Post Office or retain the contract for the Winton office, Bret Janeksela made a tough decision on Wednesday. The Winton Post Office,... + continue reading

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07/20/2018
My good friend Carol Brude would have been 73 this week. I miss her and my piano misses her playing and her talent. Have you ever seen the Wyeth painting titled “Christina’s World”? In it a young... + continue reading

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07/20/2018
Advertisement for Bids: The City of Ely is requesting sealed bids until 2 pm Tuesday August 14th for the construction of a 120 square foot covered kiosk at the Ely Cemetery and a separate bid for... + continue reading

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07/18/2018
Shriners Hospitals for Children-Twin Cities announced Emily Jacobson as one of this year’s Rainbow of Hope award winners. Emily is the daughter Steve and Molly Jacobson, and the granddaughter of Gary and Lorraine Klun and Gerald and Sue Jacobson. This prestigious award recognizes three... + continue reading
07/18/2018
by Tom Coombe - U.S. Senate candidate Richard Painter didn’t hold back Tuesday in Ely - taking aim at President Trump, copper-nickel mining and the health care industry. The former Republican, who is running as a Democrat and hopes to unseat newly-appointed Tina Smith in the Aug. 14... + continue reading
07/16/2018
by Tom Coombe - Ely school officials may take a multi-pronged approach to improving and perhaps renovating school facilities. While details remain unsettled of a major upgrade that will almost certainly require a future bond referendum, superintendent Kevin Abrahamson talked Monday of... + continue reading

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07/20/2018
by Nick Wognum The road to the state tournament has perhaps never been more difficult for Ely’s American Legion baseball team, at least since it dropped to the Division II level 21 years go. No... + continue reading

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07/20/2018
by Anne Swenson On June 28, 2018 at 3:34 p.m. internet connection stopped at a home in the Ely area, one of many, following a storm. In a phone call made to Frontier (800-921-8101) the next day,... + continue reading