The best Blueberry/Art Festival ever?Considering the event’s 24-year history and it’s traditionally large crowds, the
Growing the local economy with technology-based jobs has long been a priority for Ely area leaders.But turning those
Nine foreign journalists will spend this weekend in Ely as part of the annual World Press Institute fellows’ tour.The
After three weeks without rain northeastern Minnesota is primed for wildfire.
A late entry by incumbent Paul Kess completed the lineup for Ely’s fall elections.Kess, a city council member since 1
Filings for state office closed last week and all of the announced candidates in the hotly-contested Minnesota House
While vacationing and skiing in France, sitting on a slope, sitting on the ground, sitting in the snow, the thought o
Ely’s Gerzin family has had a long association with the city’s volunteer fire department.The late Louis Gerzin was th
Whiteside Park was filled with vendors and visitors.Parking spaces were filled for blocks around the park and Ely eve
The Ely area is set to be featured on national television Thursday.A crew from NBC’s “Today” show was in town recentl
It won’t be too hard to find something new at this year’s Blueberry/Art Festival.More than 40,000 people are expected
With a distance of about 60 miles, including 10 miles of portaging, Will Barnett, Mike Shelby, and Greg Scudder, staf
Primary elections for both mayor and city council are assured after a flurry of filings last week at City Hall.When t
State Auditor Pat Anderson released a letter outlining the results of an investigation into allegations made against
A pre-construction meeting Thursday should hammer out the timeline for a major road project on the Echo Trail.The St.
In 2003 much discussion took place in Ely in regard to America’s involvement in the Iraq war.