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Tue
09
Apr

Student Crisis Fund benefits

VISITING the Ely Rotary Club were McKenna Coughlin, Apolonia Homer, Elizabeth Omerza, Grace Sundell, Natasha Fulkrod, Finn Liesching, Raif Olson, Nils DeRemee of the Rotary Interact Club who gave an update the club on the dance they sponsored. They raised $250 for the Student Crisis Fund at school.

Tue
09
Apr

Competing at the DECC in Duluth

The Ely team that competed in the National Archery in the Schools Program State Archery tournament at the DECC in Duluth on March 30. 1st Row (l-r): Jack Rintala, Cylvia DeBeltz; 2nd Row: Ella Perish, Jaymes Sholz, Makenzi Huntington, Dylan Durkin, Silas Solum, Chance Wavrin, Sabrah Hart; 3rd Row: Milo McClelland, Sam Favet, Abigail Johnson, Carena DeBeltz; 4th Row: Coach Shawn McCarty, Sydney Durkin, Gabe Mann, Shane Spangler, Coach James Pointer.

Tue
09
Apr

Pack 170 doantes to Food Shelf

Cub Scout Pack 170 donated $400 to the Ely Area Food Shelf during their March Campaign as part of their spring service project. They also got a tour of the food shelf, learned how it operates, and were able to ask questions. They also collected food and will be making another donation of needed food, personal care items, and pet supplies in April. Thank you to all who donated money, bought popcorn, or left food items! Back Row: Brennan Rue, Talan Hart, Laydan Hart, Brooks Brenny Front Row: Cheryl Boyes, Ayden Scharber, Ella Rue, Myles Scharber

Sat
06
Apr

St. Louis County Board presents public health achievement awards to Ely Community Care Team, Palombi

The St. Louis County Board presented the Ely Community Care Team with a 2019 Public Health Achievment Award Tuesday. Shown L-R are Amy Westbrook, director of Public Health; Commissioner Frank Jewell, who chairs the Health and Human Service Committee, and Heidi Favet of the Ely Community Care Team.

Sat
06
Apr

City looking to go on Facebook

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Fri
05
Apr

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Fri
05
Apr

Smile Event Co-Winner - Zup’s Food Market

CO-WINNER of the Ely Chamber of Commerce’s Good Neighbor Business Award was Zup’s Food Market. Accepting the award from board member Chuck Zeugner was Jim Zupancich.

Fri
05
Apr

Smile Event Co-Winner - Northland Market

CO-WINNER of the Ely Chamber of Commerce’s Good Neighbor Business Award was Ely Northland Market. Accepting the award from board member Chuck Zeugner was Jim Richards.

Fri
05
Apr

Fox and Friends comes to Ely to learn about logging

TALKING LOGGING WERE Todd Piro of Fox News, Ely logger Mike Neielsen and Scott Dane of the Association of Contract Loggers and Truckers of Minnesota. Logger Elroy Kuehl invited the Echo’s Nick Wognum to travel with them for the day. For the full article and Nick’s photos, see this week’s Ely Echo. You’ll gain an understanding of the importance of this Ely industry and its future in the article. Ely’s hometown newspaper brings you news and insight into your neighbors and Ely traditions to broaden your understnading into this unique area. If you’re not yet a subscriber, open your mind and subscribe to the only true local newspaper with offices on Chapman Street in Ely’s downtown business section where visitors are welcome!

Wed
03
Apr

Band students head to Chicago

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