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Progress in Ely is often two steps forward and three steps back

The Ely Echo’s annual Progress Edition is a great example of people believing in our area’s future and stepping up to

Letter to Editor: ... not doing something is not an option when it comes to forging ahead

Dear Editor:

Study will help find out how many County jobs absconded to Duluth

How many St. Louis County jobs have been relocated to Duluth? How are our tax dollars being appropriated regionally?

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by Jim Pumarlo

What does America mean to you?

The fifth grade students at Washington Elementary participated in a writing contest on Americanism sponsored by the E

new technology which means it can only get less expensive as it becomes more efficient

Dear Editor:
A closer look at our new neighbor:

Nolan was a Congressman for Ely

Ely is only one of many, many communities in the state’s cavernous Eighth U.S.

Broadband project important because service in Ely is poor

If your internet service is like watching paint dry, there’s some good news that came out of a meeting on Tuesday.

Political caucuses need to go the way of the dinosaur

Bye, bye Walter Mondale’s pie,
Drove a Subaru down the Fernberg & the antis are high.

... Prior to being ordained the BWCA”W”, the Superior National Forrest contained nearly forty resorts, motorized boat and fly-in fishing camps, a railroad and other roads for vehicular travel... the portage itself was a railroad bed

Dear Editor:

Two major events and Ely is represented at each one

At the State of the Union and the Super Bowl, two of the biggest events in the United States, Ely played a role.

IRRRB sends money Ely’s way, table now set for more grants

The Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board had a full plate during a meeting held Wednesday in Eveleth.

Ely schools shouldn’t play second fiddle

Across the Range right now several school districts are in the midst of major building projects that will prepare the

The “circus” has left city hall

by Tom Coombe, Echo editor -
“Tom, are you ready for the circus?”

...especially misleading was Ms. Rom’s statement that Twin Metals is proposing a mining operation

Dear Secretary Perdue and Secretary Zinke:

Fire could’ve been a disaster had luck not played a role

There had already been a bad house fire on the Range this past week that ended up claiming the lives of two adults an

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