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Jun

Ely Echo - Ely’s Hometown, Locally Owned Newspaper

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Fri
15
Jun

Ely Postmaster sworn in

OFFICIALLY ELY’S NEW POSTMASTER Susan N. Maki was sworn in as Ely’s new postmaster at an installation ceremony held Tuesday, June 12th, 2018 at the Ely Post Office. Swearing in Maki was District Manager of Operations Eric Brademan.

Fri
15
Jun

Rescue Squad finds drowning victim

St. Louis County Resce Squad member carefully picks his way down Hog Creek in Baby-Z on a search and recovery mission in the BWCA.

Fri
15
Jun

Out for a swim

ECHO TRAIL near Ed Shave Lake is where photographer Eric Sherman captured this photo of a cow moose with two calves last week.

Fri
15
Jun

Farmers Market opens in Ely

IT’S SUMMER and the Farmers Market is in full bloom at Whiteside Park every week. Photo by Pam Roberts

Thu
14
Jun

Many teachers, much talent

The room at the Miners Dry House is buzzing with activity as children learn in classes on pottery, painting, jewelry creation, stone carving and more during the three-day Greenstone Art Camp at the Ely Art & Heritage Center in Pioneer Mine, Photo by Pam Roberts

Thu
14
Jun

Visitors at Art Camp Show

Young artists showed their final artwork Wednesday for family and friends as the Greenstone Children's Art Camp ended its run. Held at the Miners Dry House of Pioneer Mine for the Ely Arts & Heritage Center, families know to sign up early for the popular camp. Photo by Pam Roberts

Thu
14
Jun

PolyMet land exchange with U.S. Forest Service to close June 28, 2018

PolyMet Mining Corp. (“PolyMet” or the “company”) TSX:
POM; NYSE AMERICAN: PLM – today received notice from the U.S. Forest Service that the land
exchange between the agency and PolyMet will close June 28, 2018. Title transfer is central to
development of Minnesota’s first copper-nickel-precious metals mine.
“This administrative exchange gives us exclusive control of the land over our ore body and
provides a secure foundation on which we can complete project financing and permitting, build
the project, create hundreds of sustainable jobs, and bring these essential metals to market,”
said Jon Cherry, president and CEO.
In January 2017, the federal government issued a Record of Decision authorizing the land
exchange, determining it was in the best public interest.
The transfer of approximately 6,650 acres of federal lands to PolyMet consolidates surface land

Tue
12
Jun

Saturdays added to Farmers’ Market

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