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Life without a bathroom, part II

The saga of life without a bathroom at the Ely Echo office had hopefully reached a conclusion following a full day of

Life without a bathroom

This is part one of a two part opinion piece.

When the flag comes marching by, the 4th of July crowd in Ely roars

There was a moment on the 4th of July in Ely, Minnesota when it felt very special to be a United States citizen.

Do the math, administration costs at ISD 696 are too high

With the loss of yet another member of the administrative staff at the Ely school district, the board has an opportun

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: ... it’s time Minnesota starts charging the parties being rescued

Dear Editor,

Rescuers are to be thanked, but there’s a cost for every response

Headlines were made when eight canoeists had to be rescued from the BWCA.

Trails like Mesabi and Prospectors Loop expand Ely’s economic reach

There are two major trail projects which will reach Ely in the near future, the Mesabi Trail for biking and the Prosp

Pioneer Mine video: Crossing over from black and white to digital

LEARNING about the geology of the Ely area from Twin Metals Minnesota geologist Aaron Magnuson were Ely third grade s

Looking back through Ernie Pyle’s eyes 70 years ago to D-Day, June 6, 1944: A long thin line of personal anguish

by Ernie Pyle, Courtesy of the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum and the Scripps Howard Foundation

Somebody asked for a PEIS, nobody will admit it, yet we know the truth

This past week city councils in Ely, Babbitt and Aurora passed resolutions in opposition to a proposed PEIS in the Su

No thanks to MnDOT, accidents continue to wreak havoc on 169


Who ever is causing the delays ought to come up with the dollars

 Dear Editor:

Sending the wrong message is costly

There are two cases of economic development gone wrong in Ely.

Another delay for a safer 169

Last week MnDOT silently announced another delay in the reconstruction of Highway 169 in the Eagles Nest area.

Progress in tough economic times

An Ely business owner looked out his front door, thought for a moment and said, “You must be having a tough time find

Historic 1965 BWCAW Joseph Perko land exchange threatened

Dear Editor:

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