STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Frosty first day of school in Northland
Those warm summer days felt far, far away Tuesday morning as many Northland students headed back to school.
Low temperatures reported by the Weather Service and its spotters included 31 at Brimson, 3... Posted on 9/4/13 at 12:00 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Changes To The Local Airport
I have to admit I haven't been to the airport for a long time. There are lots of changes, new building, a very new and large parking ramp and parking areas, as well as new airlines in Duluth.The airli... Posted on 9/14/11 at 8:00 AM
STAFF BLOG NEWS TRIBUNE ATTIC Photo mystery solved... and other odds and ends
Here is a copy of a News Tribune Attic "print edition" column that appears in today's paper. It provides the answer to the crime scene mystery photo from a few weeks back, as well as catching up on a ... Posted on 6/4/11 at 11:34 PM
STAFF BLOG TWIN PORTS BUSINESS Copper/nickel deposit found to be more extensive
Even as PolyMet Mining hosts an open house in Hoyt Lakes today, another would-be developer of a copper-nickel-cobalt-palladium and platinum mine, was touting encouraging results of exploratory dr... Posted on 8/20/09 at 10:30 AM
South Ridge overcame a nine-point halftime deficit and kept co-No. 1 seed Ely off the scoreboard for the final 5:06 to win 63-53 in a Section 7A high school boys basketball semifinal Wednesday at Hibbing Memorial Arena.
The wild black bears studied by Ely bear researcher Lynn Rogers aren’t dangerous and don’t cause problems, several property owners of a northern Minnesota community told an administrative law judge Tuesday.
A Minnesota wildlife official who has emerged over the years as a foe of Ely bear researcher Lynn Rogers acknowledged Wednesday that he held Rogers in "low regard" but maintained public safety was his primary motive.
The controversial methods of Ely bear researcher Lynn Rogers essentially went on trial Monday in St. Paul. At issue, before the state’s chief administrative law judge, is a years-long dispute between Rogers and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources over Rogers’ state permit to affix bears with radio collars.
Residents in Ely, Hibbing, Bemidji, Washburn, parts of Virginia and several other Northland communities are being asked to keep a cold water faucet running for the rest of the winter to prevent incoming waterlines from freezing.
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