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A defense attorney argued Daisy Buley should receive probation, but the judge imposed a guideline prison term.
Currently board chair, Paul McDonald will be seeking his second term.
Find something to do in the Northland this weekend.
The two candidates will square off, running against one another for a spot on the Republican ticket.

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With area high schools in dire need of officials, Ely's Paul McDonald sticks around to support the games he loves.
The pharmacy will be in the new Zup's Market location, 1500 E. Sheridan St.
The Public Health department also announced it will make Ely's once-weekly testing site semi-permanent.
Daisy Buley is facing more than seven years in prison and will be required to register as a predatory offender.
The event is Feb. 3-13.
Leadership role familiar one for Paul McDonald, a longtime college basketball coach who calls himself a "team builder."

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A two-vehicle crash resulted in one death and multiple life-threatening injuries near Ely.
The move won't happen until $303,000 in improvements are made to the County Board chamber during the first half of the year.
A 17-year-old who allegedly tried to kill his brother last year has been diagnosed with a number of potential mental health issues, but a judge said keeping the case in juvenile court would prevent the needed long-term supervision.

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