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A donation to Walker Food Shelf - Walker Pilot Independent

Walker Pilot IndependentA donation to Walker Food ShelfWalker Pilot Independent... 2015 7:44 am. A donation to Walker Food Shelf staff reports pilotnews@pilotindependent.com The Pilot Independent. ...

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New biking, hiking trail nearly complete

HIBBING — A trail for fat tire biking, hiking and snowshoe usage is nearing completion and will be available next winter at Carey Lake. ...

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Businesses turn out for hotel

Todd Torvinen, president/CEO of ZMC Hotels, stands up to thank the business community of Hibbing for attending the Hampton Inn’s business after hours ...

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Wednesday collection ends

It was a decision made due to a combination of falling prices and low volume. ...

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NPUC ayes sewer line dig

NASHWAUK — A preventive measure by the Nashwauk Public Utilities Commission (NPUC) may turn into a sewer repair project. ...

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Law enforcement K-9s to display their talent

Very special canines have been busy in the region recently. And the well-trained and hard-working law enforcement K-9s have done quite a job. ...

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Nolan’s provision for defense bill given OK

WASHINGTON — Eighth District U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan has been tireless and consistent in his opposition to what he views as senseless growing American e ...

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ADK grant recipient

Kari Borgman, left, Alternative Learning Program (ALP) teacher at Nashwauk-Keewatin High School, accepts a scholarship check from Sabrina Gunter, a mem ... More from Hibbing Daily Tribune - News

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Ay, There’s the rhub!

To rhubarb or not to rhubarb? ...

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First sumptuous sign of summer - Aitkin Independent Age

Aitkin Independent AgeFirst sumptuous sign of summerAitkin Independent AgeThe Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post will also be present at select markets, starting May 30, offering workshops related to American Indian history and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. ...

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Looking Back at May 22 - International Falls Journal

International Falls JournalLooking Back at May 22International Falls JournalInternational Falls was designated as a new junior college site by the Minnesota Legislature. ...

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Northeastern Minnesota Book Awards announced - Duluth News Tribune

Northeastern Minnesota Book Awards announcedDuluth News TribuneA memoir about growing up on the Iron Range, a collection of images painted by the late ...

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Minnesota State Auditor suspects political plot against her - Duluth News Tribune

Duluth News TribuneMinnesota State Auditor suspects political plot against herDuluth News TribuneOtto alienated some members of her own party on the Iron Range last year when she voted against approving a handful of mining leases, and then sent out a fundraising appeal mentioning the vote. ...

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Goal of 6-peat still alive as Cherry wins twice

GRAND RAPIDS — The Cherry Tigers have captured the past five Section 7A softball titles because they know how to win. ...

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Walk-off RBI gives E-G a 9-8 win

EVELETH — Eighth-grader Alec Gritzmacher singled in the bottom of the seventh inning for a walk-off RBI that gave Eveleth-Gilbert a 9-8 win over Nort ...

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Prep Softball: Virginia drops two in Section playoffs

CLOQUET — Virginia responded well Thursday after beginning quarterfinal play with a 9-1 loss against No. 1-seeded Pequot Lakes. ...

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Timberwolves finally catch a break

Whaddya know, maybe the NBA draft lottery isn’t rigged after all. ...

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'Duct tape' doesn't work for roads: Advocates push for long-term ... - Bemidji Pioneer

Bemidji Pioneer'Duct tape' doesn't work for roads: Advocates push for long-term ...Bemidji Pioneer“We can't keep kicking the can down the road ... we'll be on a gravel road,” said Bethany Winkels of Move MN at a news conference Thursday in Bemidji. ...

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'Duct tape' doesn't work for roads: Advocates push for long-term ... - Bemidji Pioneer

Bemidji Pioneer'Duct tape' doesn't work for roads: Advocates push for long-term ...Bemidji PioneerThe pro-transportation group Move MN brought its “Duct Tape Tour” to Bemidji to express its disappointment that a long-term transportation funding bill could not be reached during this year's legislative session. ...

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'Duct tape' doesn't work for roads: Advocates push for long-term ... - Bemidji Pioneer

Bemidji Pioneer'Duct tape' doesn't work for roads: Advocates push for long-term ...Bemidji Pioneer“We can't keep kicking the can down the road ... we'll be on a gravel road,” said Bethany Winkels of Move MN at a news conference Thursday in Bemidji. ...

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