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McKINLEY — Residents of the small mining community between Gilbert and Biwabik packed the McKinley City Hall Tuesday night to hear about ArcelorMittal's plans to extend its Minorca Mine operations closer to the city — and to discuss their options to sell their property or to stay.

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HIBBING — Downtown Howard Street recently received a colorful facelift as a scan of an original painting by local artist Katie Freedeen was installed across the storefront of the former Rupar Music building in Hibbing.

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A flock of ducks at a Range lake are making use of the public fishing docks to keep their feet dry.

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DULUTH — The University of Minnesota Duluth has adopted a formal statement to recognize its location on traditional and ancestral American Indian land.

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CHISHOLM — Rehabilitation of the WabCo 120-Ton haul truck continued recently at the Minnesota Museum of Mining in Chisholm.

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Jackson Jungwirth recently donated money he earned by doing chores to help out the animals at Precious Paws Humane Society.

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HIBBING — Members of the Hibbing Public Utilities Commission have been taking steps to entice rate-payers to convert from steam to natural gas, forcing them to face the big question: To build an upgraded version of the Town Border Station needed to handle a larger capacity of gas for the upc…

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The special exhibit “Frank Hibbing: Pioneer Spirit” that has been on display since last fall at the Hibbing Historical Society Museum is scheduled to come to a close on Friday, Sept. 27. The museum, which is located inside the Hibbing Memorial Building, will unveil a new exhibit called the “…

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CHISHOLM – More than 150 people have signed up for the 2019 Walk To End Alzheimer’s Iron Range scheduled for Saturday at Valentini’s Supper Club in Chisholm.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Earlier this week, the Itasca County Attorney’s Office announced that 29-year-old Shakorey Shaunrae Wade of El Dorado, Arkansas had been sentenced to nearly eight years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of first-degree sale of controlled substances.

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ST. PAUL — The Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday, Sept. 17, denied a request to weigh in on the adequacy of an environmental impact assessment of a proposed oil pipeline project in northern Minnesota, likely allowing the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline project to move forward.

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Attention on Great Lakes infrastructure has come furiously of late — regional congressmen riding ore boats to highlight the importance of the Soo Locks, industry reports emphasizing how valuable lakes’ trade is to the economy, and a summerlong emphasis on how vital attaining new icebreaking …

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IRON RANGE — The Hibbing High School drama director resigned last month. The departure left school officials scrambling to find a replacement, but with no qualified applicants, turned to their neighbors to the north. In response, administration from both schools approached Chisholm High Scho…

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Mr. Ed’s farm was open to all last Saturday, for Mr. Ed's Old Farm Day. The event showcased teams of draft horses doing field work, haying and grain binding demonstrations. The event also had tours to explore the farm, a blacksmith on site doing demonstrations, and in one of the barns, a pai…

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CHISHOLM — Enrollment in an elective class called REACH has more than tripled this fall at Chisholm High School.

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A homeless Duluth man allegedly admitted to starting the fire that destroyed the Adas Israel Congregation synagogue last week.

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A number of vendors at the Hibbing Farmer’s Market packed up and moved over to Mr. Ed’s Old Farm Day event last Saturday. Picured here is Mistee operating her booth, Mistee Made, of organic soaps and other treasures. The Hibbing Farmer’s Market is holding a Super Saturday event Saturday, Sep…

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HIBBING — The Angel Fund Board of Directors seeking new members.

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HIBBING — A cool breeze gusted across a green landscape crested with vibrant hues of gold and crimson as a bus packed with legislators on their bonding tour rolled up to the Hull-Rust Mahoning Mine View on Tuesday afternoon.

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Editor’s Note: The Hibbing Daily Tribune is set to run excerpts from the book of essays, ‘Made Holy’ on the inside of the newspaper every Sunday in September as part of National Recovery Month. This is the third excerpt from ‘Made Holy,’ which explores love, loss and alcoholism on Minnesota’…

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Everyone has a particular picture in mind when “the good ole days” are mentioned. There may be some things a person wishes had never changed, but other things…well, would any of us really want to go back to scrubbing clothes on rocks or eating the same food for months on end?

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This week Hibbing High School students in seventh and eighth grade decided to arrange bouquets and place them on the headstones that were vandalised at the Maple Hill Cemetery on Sunday night.

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HIBBING — The Hibbing City Council is nearly split on joining at least 43 cities in Minnesota to raise tobacco sales age to 21.

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On Friday morning, Minnesota Congressman Pete Stauber released a statement in support of the Trump administration having announced the repeal of an Obama-era clean water regulation, known as the Waters of the United States rule, which had placed limits on potentially polluting chemicals that…

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Students in Tammy Sweeney's third grade class at the Lincoln Elementary School received a surprise award from Arrowhead Orthodontics. The donation was part of Arrowhead Orthodontic’s “Operation Back to School” contest and Mrs. Sweeney’s class won thanks to a nomination by Becca Gouldin.

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HIBBING — In the latest episode of the Christmas Day murder case, the state of Minnsota has moved to merge the original complaint with a recent grandy jury indictment to charge Jerome Dionte Spann with first-and-second degree murder counts and one count of assault in the second-degree.

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HIBBING — A Hibbing murder defendant on Thursday fired his attorney and indicated he would seek to back out of a plea agreement that has him cooperating with the prosecution of two co-defendants.

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says the state is not among those that have reached a tentative settlement with OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over the opioids epidemic.

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A fall craft was just one of the fun events offered at the Chisholm Kiwanis Kids Day Thursday, at the Army National Guard Armory in Chisholm. Due to the rainy weather, the Kiwanis moved the festivities from their original venue at the Minnesota Museum of Mining.

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Pictured is one of the messages residents at Heritage Manor shared with kids heading back to school this fall. Tina Janezich, admissions coordinator and human research specialist at Heritage said on Monday the pictures and advice were a hit. Janezich said the idea came from a similar post a …

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Hello library lovers! Fall may be nearly upon us, but your friendly neighborhood library still has plenty for you to do! Be sure to stop in and hear some awesome music with Siama’s Congo Roots, learn what it takes to be an author with Minnesota Author Allen Eskins, or paint a seasonal landsc…

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Monday: Italian whole wheat pasta w/ meat sauce, garden fresh Romaine salad, crisp baby carrots, garlic bread, chilled applesauce, lowfat milk choices

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St. Louis County – Northeastern Minnesota is among the regions in the United States hit by the opioid epidemic. In recent years, counties across the Northland have also suffered significant rises in methamphetamine and cocaine use, resulting in some of the highest overdose rates per capita s…

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St. Louis County sheriff's deputies were justified in killing a Hermantown man who fled officers on a motorcycle and later exchanged gunfire with law enforcement, prosecutors said Wednesday.

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ATV drivers cruise through Chisholm under a gigantic American Flag to start Saturday’s Schnorr’s Mud Run. The ride benefits the Hometown Hero Outdoors program and the Fishing with Vets program.

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Heritage Manor residents shared messages with kids heading back to school this fall. Tina Janezich, admissions coordinator and human research specialist at Heritage said on Monday said pictures and advice were a hit. Janezich said the idea came from a similar post a friend shared with her.

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Lowe’s has teamed up with Keewatin Elementary School to help create a culture of inclusion and connectedness with their students. The Buddy Benches at recess are a tool for mental and emotional health. Each bench is a special place on the playground where a student who might be feeling left …