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Ely Kiwanis: Evolution of blueberry pies

by Tom Kobierski, Ely Kiwanis Club

Proclamation raises a stir

Mining foes take aim at city’s “Twin Metals Appreciation Days,” say city should ask company to leave and “ret

Blueberry week is here

 42nd Blueberry/Art Festival starts Friday, includes many new vendors

by Tom Coombe

Ely man dies in one-vehicle crash

A one vehicle accident on Hwy.

Twin Metals project: low carbon

by Tom Coombe

Ely man killed in one-vehicle crash

A one vehicle accident on Hwy.

Ely facing a trashy dilemma

Garbage and cardboard piling up at recycling center, and at city park

Linda’s Garden dedicated

Friends gather, share memories of longtime Ely Chamber director

Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness situational assessment report released by USFS

In August 2022, the Forest Service entered into an agreement with the National Center for Environmental Conflict Reso


The Ely Echo is chock full of news and photos this week as our city celebrated Independence Day.

WELY still waiting on tower repairs

by Parker Loew

Forest Service lifts fire restrictions

Beginning Monday morning, July 3, 2023, at 12:01 a.m., the U.S.

Parade anchors the Fourth

Saturday night concert will lead up to traditional celebration

Mining debate boils at City Hall

by Tom Coombe

From logger’s son to TOPGUN Pilot

Elyite James Kuehl will be interviewed on “Let the Sawdust Fly,” June 29 at noon on 710am WDSM, 610am KDLH or via

Overlook dedicated in memory of Ely man

DEDICATION of the Greg Mosher Memorial Overlook at Putnam Lake was held last Saturday with a number of Mosher’s famil

School schedule worked out

Board adopts plan to put sixth graders in contained classrooms

by Tom Coombe