The holiday season is upon us and we hope all of our readers had a happy Thanksgiving - and we wish all of you a seas
For a community of 3,500 people, Ely sure knows how to make news.
This week’s headline atop the front page - An election night for the ages - speaks volumes.
Finally, and safe to say thankfully, the finish line is in sight and the end to a tumultuous and far too long electio
The Ely community was in mourning on Thursday after a car crash resulted in the loss of one of our young people.
Watch all three presidential debates? Congratulations and our sympathies.
Note: Taking a trip into the Boundary Waters recently were: the writer’s son Jason and his wife, a nephew and his fia
A floatplane ride Monday morning was a great way to take in the totality of the fall colors in the Ely area.
If watching Netflix isn’t an option and downloading a one megabyte file takes forever, there may be some good news cr
When a wicked windstorm hit the Ely area like a freight train on July 21 the impacts were devastating in some areas a
(Note: This letter was sent to U.S. Forest Service Kawishiwi District Ranger Gus Smith)
Twice this past week there were frost advisories issued by the National Weather Service.
A report on Ely’s economy shows what those of us who work and live here already know.
The Forest Service will apparently attempt to stimulate the local economy by starting more fires in the Boundary Wate