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Electric rates due to spike

by Tom Coombe
Customers of the Ely Utilities Commission could soon be in for a case of sticker shock.

Fire now could save buildings later

by Nick Wognum

New building on campus

by Tom Coombe
Ely School Board members got a glimpse of the future on Monday.

A “little bit of normalcy”

by Tom Coombe
Thursday was a milestone day, of sorts, at Ely Memorial High School.

Tips offered after wolf attacks dog on Burntside Lake

On Thursday, Feb.

Eagles Nest holds “push in” for new fire truck

by Nick Wognum
Eagles Nest Fire Department chief Larry McCray is marking 50 years of being a firefighter.

New state record for Ely area at -50

Kurt Kruse knew it was cold Saturday morning after seeing 40 below zero at 11 p.m.

Construction coming soon

by Tom Coombe

Burntside boat landing to get an upgrade, will likely close for two months

The Town of Morse board reviewed drawings from the DNR on proposed improvements to the public access to Burntside Lak

COVID case rate in 55731 zip code down to 0.0

by Tom Coombe

Echo named city’s official publication

by Tom Coombe
The Ely Echo will once again serve as Ely’s official newspaper.

Mayoral field keeps growing

by Tom Coombe
And now there are six.

Dropping case rates meet criteria for return to full in-person learning

by Tom Coombe

The 3 o’clock hour, Monday, January 11, 2021

Alex Bleth was stretched out in a snow bank talking on cell phone while his dad was making a call on his phone seated

After silence, schools abuzz with activity

by Tom Coombe
“It’s a lonely place without kids in the building.”

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