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July 4 in Ely: A parade like no other

It really doesn’t matter if one has spent every Fourth of July in Ely or if somebody is taking it in for the first ti

EDITORIAL: Encore! Stirring memories of years past, Rock the Park is back

Those of us who have been around a half-century or more remember the days of street dances.

LETTER…. large population of grey wolves is the primary reason for dangerously low deer and moose numbers

Letter to the Editor:

…2023 edition of Ely’s Greenstone Arts Summer Children’s Art Camp at The Miners Dry is complete

Dear Editor,

Editorial: Crossing party lines: Hauschild, Skraba show what can be done

Political polarization is the norm nowadays.

LETTER: …well past time to once and for all delist the gray wolf and reinstitute a hunt in Minnesota as part of our local management

Dear Editor:

The following are comments I made recently on the House floor on gray wolves.

Editorial: Jury out on one-party rule

Minnesota’s legislative session is winding down and at this writing, it figures to be a few days yet before the dust

Hauschild goes from swing vote to party vote on gun legislation in St. Paul

Sooner or later newly elected Sen.

…can the current U. S. Forest Service employees knowingly renege on a 1965 finalized land exchange by creating a new set of government documents

To the Editor:

Sunny skies, spring finally here?

Has there been a more difficult April to be in Ely?

Editorial: Symposium ignores Pagami facts will lessons ever be learned?

On April 13, at a symposium titled Pagami Creek Fire: Lessons Learned, the Forest Service failed to acknowledg

Letter: …finding me unresponsive and too far gone for emergency sugar

Letter to the Editor:

Missing in action: Spring season

We lost something this past week in Ely: Spring.

LETTER: …the upcoming drag event in Ely is a grooming event

Dear Editor:

Are drag shows harmless?

EDITORIAL: If Pagami is to be discussed, let’s make sure the facts are on the table

We’re coming up on a dozen years since the Pagami Fire burned over 92,000 acres in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.

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