Brainerd Daily Dispatch Entertainment Briefs - Nov. 27 Brainerd Daily Dispatch The St. Francis Chorale groups are sponsored by a grant from the Five Wings Arts Council through funding from the Minnesota State Legislature. For more information please call St. Francis Music Center at 320-632-0637 or go to the website... and more
Brainerd Daily Dispatch 'Life is the film, and I'm doing the soundtrack' Brainerd Daily Dispatch ... the world as a virtuoso on piano, George Winston will give a solo concert at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6 in the Chalberg Theatre at Central Lakes College in Brainerd. ... This presentation is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts ... and more
WICKED Cherrywood Challenge to be on display Brainerd Daily Dispatch Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabrics, a Brainerd business that makes fabric for quilters and sewists all over the world, participated in the WICKED Cherrywood Challenge and will have its display open Friday at The Cherrywood Store, located in Colorz Quilt Shop ...
Brainerd Daily Dispatch High School Wrestling: W-DC Wolverines rally around coach's cancer Brainerd Daily Dispatch Photo by Dana Pavek, WDC Schools / Wadena-Deer Creek assistant wrestling coach Jerry Breid stopped by practice last week and gave a demonstration on the 'duck under takedown.'... and more
Brainerd Daily Dispatch Entertainment Briefs - Nov. 27 Brainerd Daily Dispatch Dancers in the shows range from age 3 to adult. The show theme is Believe and the finale will feature ... The St. Francis Chorale groups are sponsored by a grant from the Five Wings Arts Council through funding from the Minnesota State Legislature. For ... and more
Small Business Saturday, now in its fifth year nationwide, continues to grow in interest and activities.
VIRGINIA Santa Claus is coming to the Mesabi Daily News twice before his big and busy night on Christmas Eve.
AURORA The annual Holiday Heritage Festival in Aurora has events planned throughout Dec. 11-13.
ELY The Miners Dry House in Ely will be a delight this holiday season especially for children.
BIWABIK Weihnachtsfest is a magical evening every December, with plenty of music, food and beverages.
BIWABIK Mother Nature gave the Giants Ridge Golf &amp; Ski Resort and early Christmas gift of wintry cold and some snow the past few weeks.
Brainerd Daily Dispatch Two injured in three-vehicle crash Brainerd Daily Dispatch ... ground ambulance to the Brainerd hospital, in a three-vehicle crash reported at 1:44 p.m. Wednesday on Highway 210 and 24th Avenue Southwest, about eight miles west of Baxter and four miles east of Pillager, reported the Minnesota...
VIRGINIA Sarah Poppemas husband served in the U.S. Army for seven years and so she knows first-hand how difficult holidays can be for those who are away from loved ones and home.
Holiday shoppers appear to be trending toward earlier buying habits that spread out the busiest retail time of the year.
Roads should be dry for Thanksgiving Day Brainerd Daily Dispatch Brainerd will see a high of 9 degrees during the day, with a 5 mph calm wind and a chance of 1-3 inches of snow is expected Thursday night, reports the National Weather Service (NWS) in Duluth. Snow is expected to begin at 7 p.m., around the time when ... and more
VIRGINIA Tis the season for giving for toys brightening the faces of youngsters, for the sound of bells, for families sharing meals.
Adrian Petersons fate is in the hands of an arbitrator selected by the NFL and Players Association to determine whether commissioner Roger Goodell can discipline him after the Vikings running back se
November 26, 2014 Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Froggy and the gang
VIRGINIA Casey Myhre has accomplished a lot in his hockey career and he has just taken things one step further.
Its that time of year again. A time to give thanks for the love and support from friends and family, for continued or improved health, or in my case, both of the above plus warm weather and a cornuco
Real Estate Hometown Focus VIRGINIA Mesabi Range College will present alumni Keith Secola in concert on Thursday, Dec. 4, at noon in the Theatre. ... Secola is Anishinabe (Ojibwa) originally from the Mesabi Iron Range country of northern Minnesota. For more information, visit... and more
Scheuring Speed Sports and Planet X Hometown Focus In the days to come and into March, 2015, the transporter will be a continuous hive of activity filled with workers and race machines while putting on hundreds of miles to ISOC (International Series of Champions) race events in Minnesota, North and ... and more
8th District horticultural society sponsors youth scholarship Hometown Focus Haglund can be reached at 218-749-3316, firstname.lastname@example.org or 29 Cuyuna Drive, Virginia, MN 55792. For more information about this scholarship or the Minnesota State Horticultural Society 8th District, contact Haglund at 218-290-3094.
E-2 alternative recommended for Hwy. 53 relocation Hometown Focus VIRGINIA MnDOT Commissioner Charles Zelle announced MnDOT's recommendation for the rerouting of Hwy. 53 at a public meeting in Virginia last week. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is recommending the E-2 route as the preferred...
Real Estate Hometown Focus ... famous song, NDN Kars, is considered the contemporary Native American anthem and is the most requested song on Native radio in the U.S. and Canada. Secola is Anishinabe (Ojibwa) originally from the Mesabi Iron Range country of northern Minnesota. and more
By Rosie Gams
Decorator Secret: Choosing bath linens Choices: read more
STATEWIDE The Department of Natural Resources, the Metropolitan Council and the Greater Minnesota Regional Parks and Trails Commission are seeking qualified applicants to serve on the Parks and Trails Legacy Advisory Committee.read more
By Jo Bjerke
Gardeners know the importance of the bountiful produce brought in from the backyard. That produce will help sustain them for another year. The hours spent cultivating and harvesting those precious items are multiplied when shared with others.
NORTHEASTERN MN The Minnesota State Horticultural Society (MSHS) 8th District is offering two $500 and one $250 scholarships to youth graduating from a high school (or equivalent) in the 8th district area who will be attending a college or technical school after graduation. The 8th district area includes Itasca, St. Louis, Koochiching, Cook, Lake and Carlton counties.read more
THUNDER BAY, Ont. The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Monday that Thomas Fazio of the Minnesota Iron Rangers has been named the Amyottes Awards & Promotions Corp. player of the week for the period ending Nov. 23.read more
STATEWIDE Minnesota hunters registered 111,000 deer through the third and last weekend of firearms deer season, down 31,000 from the same period in 2013, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.read more
ELY LAKE A New Boutique, a first-time event, will be held at Ely Lake on Saturday, Nov. 29, from 10 a.m. 4 p.m. A number of local women will have their crafts displayed throughout the home for gift giving ideas.
The event will take place at 4688 Cedar Island Drive in Eveleth. Everyone is welcome to attend.
MT. IRON Anne Flaim, C.F.N.P. at Fairview Mesaba Clinic Mt. Iron will present a free, informational medical program covering various health issues on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. at the Mt. Iron Public Library. Topics to be discussed include chronic disease, cholesterol management and high blood pressure.
For questions, call the library at 218-735-8625.
VIRGINIA Rev. Eric Northard will speak at Mesabi Unitarian Universalist Church in Virginia on Sunday, Dec. 7, at 10:30 a.m. His topic will be: The Perfect Gift, an exploration of how to keep perspective in the season of holiday gift-giving in an increasingly commercial environment that emphasizes giving things as leading to happiness and more fulfilling relationships.read more
SAINT PAUL As shoppers start making their holiday lists, the Minnesota Department of Commerce reminds families to stay vigilant about toys and product safety. Be safe and shop smart to keep dangerous toys and products away from your family this holiday season, and all year round.read more
ST. PAUL A mix of warm and cold weather across Minnesota has created inconsistent ice on lakes, rivers and ponds. The Department of Natural Resources is warning parents to keep an eye on their children this Thanksgiving as they visit friends and family who live near bodies of water.
Last winter season (November to April), three people died after falling through the ice.read more
HIBBING Voices of Reason, a chamber choir in Hibbing under the direction of Roy Berg, begins their eighth season with a concert of Christmas music on Sunday, Dec. 7, at 3 p.m. at Blessed Sacrament Church in Hibbing.read more
HIBBING A Holiday Craft Show will be held at the Mesabi Mall in Hibbing on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5 and 6. Hours are Friday from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. To read more features and news, visit Hometownfocus.us, or download our free app at discovermn.us.
KEEWATIN General Waste, located in Keewatin, announced the major expansion of their landfill with its new Industrial Lined Landfill.
The 34-acre Minnesota Pollution Control permitted site consists of the new 2.5 acre industrial lined cell with 31.5 permitted acres for future expansion and a life expectancy of 25-30 years.read more
VIRGINIA Mesabi Range College will present alumni Keith Secola in concert on Thursday, Dec. 4, at noon in the Theatre. The concert is free and open to the public.read more
BOVEY MS Burger Nite will be held on Thursday, Dec. 4, at 5:30 p.m. at Nana Chelles Caf in Annabellas in Bovey. Burger Nite is an informal social gathering for people with MS, friends, family or anyone wanting to know more about multiple sclerosis. The gatherings are held monthly on the first Thursday of the month. Locations vary each month.read more
BIWABIK Biwabiks annual Weihnachtsfest will be held on Saturday, Dec. 6. The fun begins at 11 a.m. and culminates at 6 p.m. with carols, lighting of the Christmas trees and Honk the Moose, and fireworks.read more
MT. IRON The regular meeting of the Mt. Iron Economic Development Authority, scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 3, has been canceled.
VIRGINIA The Range Fiberart Guild will meet on Thursday, Dec. 4, at 6 p.m. in the youth room (first floor) of Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Virginia.read more
MT. IRON The Mt. Iron Lions Club will have a Holiday Food Shelf Drive collection box at Floor to Ceiling in Mt. Iron-Virginia from Monday, Dec. 1 through Monday, Dec. 15. The public is invited to drop off nonperishable food items at this collection site.
Floor to Ceiling is located at 8401 Enterprise Drive NE in Virginia.
VIRGINIA MnDOT Commissioner Charles Zelle announced MnDOT's recommendation for the rerouting of Hwy. 53 at a public meeting in Virginia last week.read more
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Take some time out to give more attention to a personal relationship that seems to be suffering from a sense of emotional neglect. Provide that much-needed reassurance. read more
By Doug Rossinow
Photograph taken on December 27, 1889 of the interior of the second Cathedral of St. Paul decorated for the consecration of three bishops: Father John Shanley, Father Joseph Cotter, and Father James McGolrick.read more
By Molly Huber
This week we share some entries from Minnesota Historical Societies Minnesota Encyclopedia (mnopedia.org), a great place for brief profiles of interesting topics of historical interest.read more
Q: Our neighbors son just underwent a procedure for an undescended testicle. Hes only 10 months old. That seems like a lot to put him through. Was that really necessary? -- Talia P., Sacramento, California read more
By Sally Yuccas
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By Julie Asbach
Well kids, the month you have been waiting for is finally here! Despite any unwelcoming weather or circumstances its a perfect time to be prepared and organized to face those challenges head on. Lights are gleaming bright to inspire our spirits to guide the way through this celebrated month.
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We got our turkey this year from Marks Country Market in Angora, MN. Their turkeys are free-ranging and dont have any nasty additives in them. Yay! I hope we have a lot of leftover meat so we can try these yummy-sounding recipes, which came to us courtesy of Family Fe
At the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), we have one of the most noble and inspiring missions in Government. I accepted this job and joined this mission to better serve youour Veteransand improve the delivery of the care and benefits you have earned.read more
GRAND RAPIDS The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will hold a public auction of surplus equipment Saturday, Dec. 6, at 9:30 a.m. in Grand Rapids at the DNR northeast regional office, 1201 East Highway 2, Grand Rapids.read more
TOWER Fortune Bay Resort Casino is once again providing a free Kids Christmas Party to area children.
This is our way of giving back to the communities that we serve, said Fortune Bay HR Administrator Rochelle Bristol, who coordinates the annual party. We feel fortunate that we are able to do this and are extremely excited about this years party.read more
Youre probably already aware of the risks posed by warm weather and leaving pets in hot cars, but did you know that cold weather also poses serious threats to your pets health?
Here are some tips to keep your pets safe during cold weather:read more
Editors note: While Madeline and Meghan emphasized that anyone may play in a handbell choir without musical training, the ringing of a handbell can indeed become quite a sophisticated talent. Here, from Wikipedia, is a brief summary of the different ringing techniques employed by handbell musicians.read more
By Jean Cole
MT. IRON - I first heard a handbell ensemble years ago during the holiday season, and thought it was beautiful. I dont remember what group it was, but the memory stuck with me. When Pastor Kristin Foster of Messiah Lutheran Church in Mt.read more
By Cindy Kujala
HTF Staff Writer
AURORA It wasnt all professional Snocross racers on the track at Planet X this past weekend. Also working the track were Matt LaMourea, age 10, of Eveleth and 11-year-old Makenna Kleiman of Duluth.read more
NORTH BRANCH, Minn. (September 6, 2014) Officials with the International Series of Champions (ISOC) in conjunction with the 48th annual Hay Days event announced today a multi-year deal between AMSOIL Championship Snocross, powered by Ram, and CBS Sports Network.read more
By Cindy Kujala
HTF Staff Writer
AURORA The water tower in Aurora stands over an unassuming building in the citys industrial park. Inside the building is the stuff that dreams are made of.read more
UPDATED: Semi-tanker rollover at Highway 71 and Highway 2 Bemidji Pioneer The driver of the semi, Kyle Erickson, 22, of Lengby, Minn., was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the patrol. He was not wearing a seat belt, the patrol said. Both the semi and the tanker trailer ...
The 2014 Fall Celebration recognized and honored students graduating from the Heavy Equipment Operations and Maintenance Program and Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technician Program. The guest speaker for this year's celebration was Patrick Hockett of Kindred Plumbing & Heating Incorporated. CLC Student Representative Hunter Fairchild also provided remarks during the ceremony. The 2014 fall graduates were presented by faculty and staff including Andy Anderson, John Maleski, Michael Sams, Corey Uhrich, Gordy Vierkant, Sue Lund, Nancy Schmidt, Jeff Klehr, and Paul Zimmerman.
New trail segment should improve access to Minnesota Zoo TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press The next leg of the North Creek Greenway recreational trail will put pedestrians above a busy McAndrews Road in an effort to improve accessibility to the Minnesota Zoo. Residents are invited to learn more about the project during an open house in Apple...
Well I did not get the post of where my pear was last...so here that is. I still am finding shapes which I like to do first. I am not one of those painters who paints it to completion before moving on because I like to see it all sort of basic values and then decide how dark I need to go...there is a point where the painting takes over and I make those choices which is the part that is scary but also the creative part I love.
People are asking me to write about Ferguson and give my reaction to what is going on there. I've been at a loss for words and instead foundlines fromthe Prayer of St. Francis on repeat in the recesses of my brain.Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console; To be understood as to understand; To be loved as to love with all my soul.This is a dangerous time. I think there is a reason why bookand filmseries like the Hunger Games and Divergent are penetrating our consciousness.
This Was Brainerd - Nov. 27 Brainerd Daily Dispatch It was the Year of the Quarterback. In a position loaded with pressure, the Dispatch chose to pick three QBs for its All-Area Football Team. Justin Kieffer, Brainerd; Hans Albrecht, C-I; and Brad Czech, Little Falls, each produced 15 TDs for...
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After the Border to Border Blandin conference last week, I was lucky enough to attend a Student Success Community Conversation in Grand Rapids MN. I was helping with using social media as an added dimension at the event. But it also gave me a chance to sit in on a conversation of students and invested adults on technology and students.
To back up a little the Student Success conversation is an event hosted by Itasca Area Initiative for Student Success; their goal is to support the success of every child from cradle to career.
Park Rapids Enterprise Enbridge opens office in Park Rapids; Tomte will staff it Park Rapids Enterprise We have long been a part of Northern Minnesota and we are excited to be opening a new office in Park Rapids and become a member of the community, said Paul Eberth, Sandpiper Project Director. We are currently making a $5 billion private investment... and more
Park Rapids Enterprise Local carvers show unique angling decoys Park Rapids Enterprise Dean Hanisch, of the Park Rapids Chapter of the Minnesota Darkhouse & Angling Association, said things were going well. Don Bethel, one of the scions of local carvers, showed off his collection that's been growing over 54 years. Bethel, one of five ...
Grand Rapids opened its season in a big way Tuesday night with a 7-4 win at Bemidji. After the Lumberjacks got out to a 1-0 lead midway through the first period, the Thunderhawks responded to score th
Three days after scoring 12 goals, Grand Rapids/Greenways offense was at it again on Tuesday putting up nine goals in a 9-5 win over Cloquet-Esko-Carlton.
Triumphant Life Church will be hosting their seventh annual Thanksgiving Dinner of turkey and all the trimmings. Come enjoy a great dinner and fellowship at 1307 County Rd 440 in Bovey from 11 a.m.-4
The following are gross misdemeanor and felony convictions as reported in the Itasca County Court Disposition Bulletin.
The Itasca County Sheriffs Office and the Minnesota Department of Corrections will be holding an informational community meeting regarding the address change of a Level Three predatory offender. The
United Way Board President, Madelen Schuemann posted the 20 percent mark on the United Way thermometer last year with help from Grand Rapids High School students (from left) Kyle Ossefoort, Noah Johns
The Minnesota Department of Education has again recognized Forest Lake School as a Reward School. Its one of the few schools to receive that honor for the third year in a row. That means for the thir
With the help of the Red Cross, Americans can send holiday cards with messages, seasons greetings and holiday wishes to military members and veterans who cannot be with their families this season.
More than 200 area residents gathered to learn how youth believe Itasca area communities are doing in supporting them, and how to use these insights to build and strengthen that support. The Youth Voice Community Conversation was hosted by the Continue reading
Youth are given a voice at the table with policy makers, community leaders
The City of Grand Rapids now has a lobbyist.
One of the six original purposes established for Minnesotas charter schools outlines in statute was to measure learning outcomes and create different and innovative forms of measuring outcomes. Today, some twenty three years later the reality is that while learning outcomes are being measured according to federal and state requirements, little in the way of creating different and innovative forms of measuring outcomes has taken place.
Region 2 Arts Council Staff will be out of the office enjoying the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday and Friday this week. 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. office hours will resume on Monday.
Dont forget! The Artist Mentor Grant Application Deadline is 5:00 p.m. Monday, December 1. Eligible applications must be dropped off at our office or postmarked by December 1st. Were looking forward to seeing many applicat
Menahga man pleads guilty in strangulation death of Park Rapids woman Bemidji Pioneer 23 strangulation death of Kiela Knowles, 19, in a Park Rapids apartment, according to a release from the office of Dan Dearstyne, Hubbard County attorney. Leritz plead guilty to second-degree intentional murder, the release said, and Leritz will ... Sex offender admits meeting young Park Rapids mom online, killin
Darsean Woodson finished with 17 points and five assists as the Central Lakes College Raiders destroyed Fergus Falls 88-49 Tuesday. Radamus Jones added 17 points and Davaghndre Jones added 13 points and seven rebounds for the 3-2 Raiders. CLC shot 52 percent from the field and built a 43-29 halftime edge over Fergus and first year head coach and former Raider C.J. Peeters. Story courtesy of the Br
Ive been working hard to get rid of the stuff thats cluttering my closets. Ive been trying hard to only bring home things that I truly need or absolutely love. And Ive been working on being grateful for having less. There have been times in my life where Ive been broke. There have been times in my life when my bank account was okay, but because I wasnt meeting my financial goals, I felt broke. Im grateful for those times.
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Caution stressed on ice Hibbing Daily Tribune Even as south as the Twin Cities, a string of 11 straight days with temperatures at or below 32 degrees was set starting Nov. 10. It was the second longest stretch for November since 1871, according to DNR figures, and northern Minnesota wasn't any warmer. and more
Great Gray Owl
WHOs wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving?
The Great Gray Owl from northern Minnesota! Take a drive up north and you might be lucky enough to see me!
HIBBING The early chill of the last couple weeks may have the most optimistic among us already partaking in winter activities, but dont let that enthusiasm overcome needed caution when dealing with
School taxes going down in Chisholm Hibbing Daily Tribune Discussed a Minnesota School Boards Association (MSBA) Policy related to do not resuscitate/do not intubate (DNR-DNI). The board also discussed a MSBA policies regarding to student sex nondiscrimination and one related to violence prevention. and more
Rachel Koski, 2, and her grandmother, Linda Souter, put the finishing touches on their turkey craft Tuesday at the Hibbing Public Library.
CHISHOLM Taxpayers in the Chisholm School District could see a decrease of 7 to 8 percent below the amount projected on their preliminary property tax statements recently sent out by St. Louis Count
HIBBING Frosting, Ritz crackers, Bugles snacks and Trix cereal Tuesday flooded first grade teacher Lynn Stishs classroom at Washington Elementary.
He feared if he left his home, his clothes washer would overflow and flood his home. He hung his clothes around his home to dry them.
In early 2013, a concerned group of local stakeholders came together to address Itasca Countys lack of affordable housing. This group included professionals from housing agencies and others intereste
VIRGINIA Teens taking drivers ed in Minnesota will not be the only ones getting schooled on the rules of the road.
MOUNTAIN IRON U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan and State Sen. Dave Tomassoni met privately today with former employees of the Hibbing VA Clinic, who have alleged that they were ordered to backdate medical recor
Aitkin Independent Age Brand new Brandl open in Aitkin Aitkin Independent Age Construction in Aitkin started in early June and was done before the original completion date of early December. Known as MacDonald Wold before ownership changed in 2012, the Minnesota Ave. location closed on Thursday. The move was completed...
Deadly accident between Crosby and Deerwood Aitkin Independent Age Michelle Eastman, 51, Deerwood, was killed in a head-on collision in Crow Wing County Nov. 21. Eastman was westbound on Hwy. 6 between Crosby and Deerwood when her Mercury Tracer crossed the center line and collided with a Subaru Outback driven...
This week, I attended a conference about open data and open government. For those unfamiliar with the concepts, here's how well I listened. We allfund a ton of data collection through taxes but the results of that are often not publicly accessible or in a machine readable format (ie. easy to download and manipulate). Open government is the premise that there should be a more participatory and collaborative relationship between citizens and government.
Home- and money-saving gadgets: Don't think that because everyone is always on the go, or just having fun that this "homebody" doesn't have a list of gadgets for you that will help around the house and help you save some money. By Jason Hull Marion Barry's annual turkey giveaway went on Tuesday without the former D.C. mayor, who died early Sunday at the age of 78. The 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas tr
What about our players? Hibbing Daily Tribune HIBBING I am now glancing at the Minnesota All-State Football Team as selected by the Associated Press, and once again Northeastern Minnesota got stiffed. From what I can see for the 2014 team, just one player from this part of the state senior...
'Jacket girls pound North Shore, 9-0 Hibbing Daily Tribune SILVER BAY, Minn. The Hibbing/Chisholm girls hockey team scored early and it scored often Tuesday night in its road contest at Silver Bay against the North Shore Storm. The Storm, made up of players from Northeast Range High School, Cook County...
Bemidji Pioneer MEN'S BASKETBALL: Beavers rout Morris 89-67 in final nocnonference test Bemidji Pioneer Bemidji State guard Kaylor Zimmerman drives to the lane against Minnesota Morris' Neil Helgeson during Tuesday night's nonconference game at the BSU Gymnasium. Zimmerman scored 12 points and BSU won 89-67. BSU Photo Services... UMD Women's Hockey Faces Off At Bemidji This WeekendKDAL all 2 news
Tuesday's Scores SFGate Minneapolis Washburn 87, St. Paul Highland Park 46. Minnehaha Academy 69, Henry Sibley 50. Minnesota Valley Lutheran 65, Wabasso 38. Minnetonka 71 ... Two Harbors 54, Greenway 39. Underwood 59, Henning 48. United South Central 58, St. Peter 47 ... and more
We Salute: Robert "Bob'' Rojeski
Hello,we are happy to announce that Terri(male) and Annie(female) are still available.They are 11 weeks 2 days and they are very small Purebred teacup Yorkie puppies. These sweet girl and boy has been born and raised indoors and under foot. They have a nice cobby body and beautiful face muzzle, and coat. Their dew claws have been removed and tail docked. They are AKC registered, Both are just under 1.9 pounds .
Hambuch honored by DNT Ashland DAily Press DULUTH, Minn. Ashland volleyball standout Breanna Hambuch has been named to the 2014 Duluth News Tribune All Area Volleyball Team. Hambuch, joins a list of several prep standouts representing schools from northeast Minnesota and northern...
The Jolly Old Elf is sure having a Jolly Old Time every Christmas season on the Iron Range.
VIRGINIA Tom Butorac will be on a contract for legal advice and duties next year, not on staff as a city employee.
VIRGINIA Work is underway to provide girls involved in hockey at the Miners Memorial Building with their own locker room.
HIBBING For those with a knack for knitting, crafting a winter hat for a child is sometimes referred to as mindless knitting.
VIRGINIA The Blue Devils came to play Tuesday in their home opener at the Roosevelt Gymnasium a 72-45 victory over Chisholm.
LINCOLN, Neb. Before the season, only the most optimistic Minnesota fans would have thought their Gophers would have something more tangible than Paul Bunyans Axe at stake when it was time to play
MINNEAPOLIS The Minnesota Twins starting rotation has been the biggest reason the franchise has plummeted to the big league basement with four straight seasons of at least 92 losses.
North Dakota St edges Minnesota-Crookston 64-63 CBSSports.com A.J. Jacobson led North Dakota State with 18 points and seven rebounds before fouling out. Dexter Werner contributed 15 points and Brown finished with 13. Minnesota-Crookston, a Division II team, was led Tyler West Jr., who scored 12 points and hit 3 ... and more
This Was Brainerd - Nov. 26 Brainerd Daily Dispatch Documents filed in federal court by the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe include proposed regulations for commercial harvesting of deer, bear and game fish by band members in a large section of east-central Minnesota. Historian Joe Fellegy says...
Northland's NewsCenter Hibbing Mayor supports St. Louis County sales tax hike Northland's NewsCenter Hibbing, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- Mayor of Hibbing, Rick Cannata, threw his support behind the St. Louis County Board's proposal to raise the county's sales tax. The second of three public hearing was held in Hibbing Tuesday morning where the county board...
Bemidji Pioneer Get ready to light up the night Bemidji Pioneer BEMIDJI -- Lights! Camera!. . . Parade! The 19th annual Night We Light Parade is back in downtown Bemidji. ... If you want to make a donation to the lighting, visit the Northwest Minnesota Foundation website at www.nwmf.org. Advertisement. Explore ...
Driver injured when semitrailer strikes car Brainerd Daily Dispatch A 66-year-old Nisswa woman was injured Tuesday when the Nissan Murano she was driving was struck by a semitrailer at the signal light intersection of Highways 25 and 210 in east Brainerd, reported the Minnesota State Patrol. and more
Crime report for Nov. 24 Bemidji Pioneer 5:22 p.m. A 50-year-old man was arrested on a warrant and a31-year-old man was arrested for fleeing a peace officer and obstructing legal process following a traffic stop on the 5000 block of 15th Street NW. 7:15 p.m. A 25-year-old man was arrested on ...
With numbers on the rise and intensity high in the Grand Rapids wrestling room to start the season, it looks to be a promising year for the Thunderhawks.
Grand Rapids fell in the closing seconds to Forest Lake, 56-54, in their season opener at home Saturday.
COLERAINE With everybody returning from last season, the Greenway High School boys basketball team will be an experienced group this season.
BC-HKO--Prep Girls Hockey Poll Watertown Public Opinion Receiving votes: Buffalo, Eastview, Roseville Area, Grand Rapids/Greenway, Eagan, Rochester Century, Sartell/Sauk Rapids, Park of Cottage Grove, Bloomington Jefferson, River Lakes. ... Posted in Minnesota on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 3:03 pm. and more
Brainerd Daily Dispatch Brainerd couple donates $500000 to Fargo-based at-risk and homeless young ... Brainerd Daily Dispatch David and Jan McNair of Brainerd, Minn., donated $500,000 to Fargo-based Fraser Ltd. money the nonprofit company desperately needed for a supportive housing project. It was a very welcome surprise, said Sandra Leyland, Fraser's... and more
When: Wed Dec 3, 2014 4pm to Wed Dec 3, 2014 7pm
CST Where: Itasca Trail Sports, 316 NE 4th St, Grand Rapids, MN 55744, United States
Event Status: confirmed
Event Description: Northern Lights Nordic Ski Clubs annual ski swap is next Tuesday, Dec. 3rd, at Itasca Trail Sports from 4 to 7 pm. Cross-country ski equipment to be sold may be brought to the shop between 10am and 4pm on Tuesday, and must have the owners name, price and phone number.
The CLC Music Department will sponsor its annual "Merry Tuba Christmas" on Saturday, December 6. Merry Tuba Christmas is a low brass player tradition going back to 1971 when it started in honor of Bill Bell, one of the greatest tuba players and teachers. Low Brass Players gather in groups ranging in size from a few to several hundred all over the United States each Christmas to celebrate the season and the art of low brass playing.
On Thursday, December 4, 2014, at noon in the Chalberg Theater, Central Lakes College will be hosting its fourth event in this year's Cultural Thursdays Series. Staples native Michael Bach will join us viavideo conference. He will speak on his work in assisting the Alutiiq peoples of southern Alaska to revitalize their language and culture.As a senior in High School, Bach lived in the Canary Islands (Spain) off the coast of Africa as an American exchange student.
KDAL Nolan Talks WIth Former Hibbing VA Clinic Employees KDAL DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - Congressman Rick Nolan and State Senator Dave Tomassoni met privately on Monday with former employees of the Hibbing VA Clinic regarding allegations of orders to backdate medical appointment schedules to make it appear that... and more
Public invited to attend final taconite workers health study presentation ... Herald Review MDH commissioned several studies conducted by University of Minnesota researchers to find and address the growing concerns from both citizens and legislators representing the Iron Range. Sen. David Tomassoni (DFL-Chisholm) is one of those concerned...
U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan and State Sen. Dave Tomassoni met privately today with former employees of the Hibbing VA Clinic, who have alleged that they were ordered to backdate medical records.
For Iron Rangers interested in hearing the results of the Taconite Workers Health Study, a public meeting is planned for Monday, Dec. 1 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Hibbing Memorial Building located
Once again, the Infrastructure Cult's narrative was picked up and magnified by the old media. This past weekend, 60 Minutes (yes, that is still a show) ran a piece called Falling Apart: America's Neglected Infrastructure. It contained all of the Cult's usual talking points.We used to be a great country because we invested in infrastructure. We've stopped doing this and that is why we are experiencing decline.Investing more money in infrastructure grows the economy and creates jobs.
Fishing Report November 25, 2014 Froggy is starting to put out a couple of spear houses. We had a couple of warm days last weekend, but we are now back to making ice weather. Everyone is starting to venture out. Be careful and make sure to check the ice as you go. We would like to wish all our family and friends a very Happy Thanksgiving! See you out on the ice. Good fishing! Froggy and the
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City gives nod for HPU loan Hibbing Daily Tribune The council unanimously gave the go-ahead to engage in low-interest borrowing with HPU, which is aiming for just more than $3.4 million for the gas line installation to meet Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) requirements at the public utility ... and more
HIBBING It would be impossible to count how many happy holiday greetings, words of thanks or smiles that are shared during the Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner each year.
The ISD 318 School Board meeting on Tuesday was largely filled with reports from the various offices of the districts administration, much of which had to do with enrollment numbers. Mixed amongst sa
HIBBING The city will play a part in helping Hibbing Public Utilities (HPU) secure a revenue note.
CHISHOLM After a close election victory earlier this month, U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan met with Iron Range leaders Monday in Chisholm for a candid discussion of challenges that will face the region during
VIRGINIA The City Council has set up a review process to determine if the Rotary Apartments will revert back to the city on its approaching 40th anniversary.