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Nursing home has its lifeline, but fund drive shows that needs remain

What a difference one year makes - as leaders at the Boundary Waters Care Center can attest.

Vibrant theater, annual film festival give Ely a badly-needed boost

Sheridan Street, at least the area around Ely’s Historic State Theater, provided both an unfamiliar and welcome sight

Minnesota Newspaper Convention evokes memories, pride and changing times

by Tom Coombe

Echo editor

Parking dilemma for Community Center hotel project can be solved

It finally appears that the Ely Community Center has new life.

Roles have reversed in Minnesota’s Eighth as Schultz resumes longshot bid

For decades, Minnesota’s cavernous Eighth Congressional District was a stronghold for Democrats and little more than

As voting begins, Minnesota primary for president all but meaningless

Election Day is on its way in Minnesota and absentee voting has already begun.

Ely’s “Year of Frozen” reaches climax

A project more than a year in the making comes to fruition next weekend with Ely High School’s presentation of the cl

VFW essay winner Lucy Luthens: A Helping Hand

This is the winning essay for the VFW contest by Lucy Luthens, Washington Elementary sixth grader.

Letter: …we must advocate to our federal delegation to delist the gray wolf

Letter to the Editor:

Editorial: Postal Service’s poor service is costing newspapers subscribers

At the Ely Echo we knew something had happened with the delivery of our newspapers, especially for our out-of-state s

Editorial: Wolf debate filled with emotion but lack of management not a solution

With the massive drop in the deer harvest in northeast Minnesota, there was bound to be some upset hunters.

EDITORIAL: Campground hearing spins into the bizarre: city can and must do better

There are readers who have probably heard of the phrase “jump the shark.”

We should be celebrating and managing the recovery of the wolf

A story in last week’s Ely Echo on the feds killing eight wolves between Ely and Babbitt struck a chord, especially o

Election season approaches, and cooperation may be the casualty

Politics on the Iron Range are always interesting, but in recent years a bit of unpredictability has been thrown in.

Letter: …This survey work goes above and beyond what is required of companies

Dear Editor:

Editorial: Postal Service rate increases called punitive by National Newspaper group

The proposed Jan.

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