Letter to the Editor:
At the Ely Echo we knew something had happened with the delivery of our newspapers, especially for our out-of-state s
With the massive drop in the deer harvest in northeast Minnesota, there was bound to be some upset hunters.
There are readers who have probably heard of the phrase “jump the shark.”
A story in last week’s Ely Echo on the feds killing eight wolves between Ely and Babbitt struck a chord, especially o
Politics on the Iron Range are always interesting, but in recent years a bit of unpredictability has been thrown in.
The proposed Jan.
This week, and every week, newspapers are for you
Do good things come in threes? If so I would submit a wedding, a moose and the northern lights.
Last week, the Vermilion College foundation held a scholarship banquet for the first time since 2019.
The Finnish Riviera.
by Senator Amy Klobuchar
by Doug Luthanen
In this week’s Ely Echo there is a list of 274 names of men who died working in Ely’s iron mines.
In his own words, he is, four an walf years older.