Employees of American Bank offices in Nashwauk and Hibbing volunteered at NHN Food Shelf the second week of October. They plan to continue volunteering on a regular basis throughout the year. Thanks to American Bank for giving them time off for community service. Back row: Nora Lorenz, Mary …
CLOQUET, Minn. — The suspect in the Friday morning, Oct. 18, shooting on the Fond du Lac Reservation that sent a school and tribal offices into lockdown is in custody.
People involved in most court cases in Minnesota will now be able to sign up for text or email reminders for upcoming court appearances. A pilot version of the program in Hennepin County showed an increase in the rate at which people showed up to court hearings and a reduction in the number …
Halloween is creeping up on us! In a picture caught last week, a yard in Hibbing is seen to be spider and skeleton infested in preparation for the season. The owners of the yard also have a countdown to Halloween day running for all who drive by to see.
HIBBING — Allisha LaBarge stood before members of the Hibbing City Council at its Committee of the Whole meeting Wednesday, ready to field questions about an email she recently sent requesting they adopt a resolution changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
HIBBING — Accomplished organist Andrew Galuska is set to return once again to the Hibbing High School auditorium to entertain audiences with live organ accompaniment to a classic silent film.
The seniors took first honors in a series of games planned by the Pep Club Wednesday, at a pep fest, in Roels Gymnasium at Chisholm High School. Seniors competed against, their junior and sophomore counterparts, along with teachers and paraprofessionals. The festivities included a wrapping c…
HIBBING — In the 1960s, folk musicians gathered for hootenannys, an American colloquialism passed down to represent musical gatherings held throughout cities and neighborhoods like Manhattan’s Greenwich Village.
CHISHOLM — The Chisholm School District is conducting a clothing drive for three children that were among 10 individuals displaced following an attic fire over the weekend in a fourplex building that once belonged to Dr. Archibald Graham, known to many as Doc “Moonlight” Graham.
CHISHOLM — In the wake of the resignation of its executive chef, the Rustic Pig restaurant at Minnesota Discovery Center plans to close until a new chef is in place.
Alpha Delta Kappa recently awarded a New Teacher Grant of $100 to William Deer of Nashwauk High School. ADK, a group of women educators, supports the many avenues of education in a variety of ways. Mr. Deer is a new science teacher and ADK wishes him a great school year!
HIBBING — The outbreak of people dying “due to complications from severe lung injuries associated with vaping” in Minnesota grew by two cases last month, now totaling three, the state Department of Health said.
HIBBING — Keith Knoop, of Hibbing, was surrounded by his family and fellow pilots on Wednesday as a representative from the Federal Aviation Administration presented him with the Wright Brothers “Master Pilot” Award.
Chisholm High School crowned Daniel Rusten and Tiahna Brayton as 2019 Fall Homecoming king and queen on Wednesday, in the school auditorium. The newly crowned king and queen are pictured above with their court at a parade following the coronation ceremony.
HIBBING — Fireballs, glowing objects, silent triangles that suddenly appear and then disappear: a few of the unidentified flying objects that have been said to be spotted in the skies above the Iron Range. In Hibbing, six UFO sightings have been recorded since 1987, with three since 2016. Th…
HIBBING — Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Marc Mero captivated students from Hibbing and Nashwauk-Keewatin High Schools on Monday with a message about bullying, the importance of believing in yourself and the love of family.
HCC Pre-nursing students Desiree Kobal, Jenna Hendrickson, Brooklyn Dreshar, Allaina Morrow and Heather Durbahn are pictured holding up s’mores that they made at a student activities event on Wednesday. In it’s starting year, the event was originally planned to be held outside around a bonfi…
HIBBING — The Hibbing Police Department on Tuesday announced that two level 3 sex offenders will have new Hibbing addresses, including one offender who is new to the community.
For the first time ever, Minnesota is holding a special youth-only firearms deer season across the entire state (where hunting is legal) in an effort to recruit and encourage new deer hunters to take up the endeavor. It's hoped warmer weather than in November and the state's annual October s…
A “homecoming” celebration was held at Hillcrest Assisted Living in Nashwauk last Tuesday. Nashwauk-Keewatin high school students representing honor society, student council and the NK homecoming court attended as well.
Editor’s Note: The Saturday fundraiser hosted by the DFL party was closed to the media. In order to provide the most accurate reporting from the event, the writer paid the admission fee for access. Attendance and admission does not represent a campaign donation to the DFL, or Adams Publishin…
CHISHOLM — Five adults and two children were displaced following an attic fire over the weekend in a fourplex building that once belonged to Dr. Archibald Graham, known to many as Doc “Moonlight” Graham.
CHISHOLM — Rosie Marino of Chisholm, known to many on the Iron Range as “The Mitten Lady,” was recently selected for a special honor from the Minnesota Vikings.
Volunteers of (Nashwauk) Neighbors Helping Neighbors food shelf help at the Food Shelf Frenzy fundraiser at Swan Lake Country Club this summer. From left, back row: Howard Goltz, Rick Nosan, Clare Dulong, president. From left, front row: Missy DePaulis (Director), Dee Roberts, Ruth Sejnoha. …
SAGINAW — In the fields surrounding the Northeast Regional Correctional Center in Minnesota, incarcerated men walk harvesting crops for their dinner. They are not handcuffed or shackled. And the only fences in sight outline the gardens — and they’re only meant to keep out deer grazing near t…
HIBBING — Earlier this week, Allisha LaBarge, a chairperson for the Indian Education Program with the Hibbing School District, sent an email to members of the Hibbing City Council to ask them about a resolution to change Columbus Day into Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Editor’s Note: October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This is the first article in a two-part series covering domestic violence issues on the Iron Range. Next week, the Hibbing Daily Tribune is scheduled to publish an article including interviews with the Hibbing Police Depar…
GILBERT — Next year the Minnesota Department of Transportation will resurface Highway 37, the state road between Eveleth and Gilbert that includes Gilbert's main street. An open house will be held this fall to inform residents. "This will be an opportunity for residents and business owners t…
A pair of snowmen stood in a Hibbing yard Saturday, after the city was hit by a wintry storm Friday night through Saturday morning, dumping snow across the Range. We have a chance to get more snow today as the system moves through the region.
HIBBING — When science teacher Dan Gotz was placed on non-disciplinary, paid administrative leave in April for insulting students in the classroom, Hibbing High School officials told the Hibbing Daily Tribune they were unable to provide information on the complaint “due to data privacy laws.”
CHISHOLM — George Sletta, of Hibbing, a trolley conductor at Minnesota Discovery Center, is looking forward to some special trolley runs planned for this fall.
ST. PAUL — President Donald Trump on Thursday, Oct. 10, touted his administration's efforts to greenlight permits for mining projects in northern Minnesota, which combined, have allowed the region to "flourish."
CHISHOLM – Billie Jo Jackson, a music fan and animal lover from Hibbing, recently enlisted the help of former Poison frontman Bret Michaels to raise money for an animal shelter needing a new roof.
Two skeletons and their dog cast out a line in a yard on 25th St. in Hibbing. Many are getting in the spirit with decorations cropping up all over town. The owners of this particular yard have decoration changes planned for every day through Halloween.
From left: Mariah Henderson, Tristan Bird, Olivia Barr. These Spartan Cheerleaders participated in the MCCA All State Tryouts held in Apple Valley Saturday, Oct. 5. Each of the over 50 Mn cheerleaders trying out for the All State Sideline Team was required to perform a specific MCCA cheer an…
HIBBING — Shannon Paulsen loved to spend time with her family and attend concerts and sporting events when she wasn’t teaching preschool. But life changed when she was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.
The Itasca County Attorney’s Office on Thursday announced that a West Virginia man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to raping an 11-year-old girl earlier this year.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — President Donald Trump was defiant in the face of an impeachment probe Thursday as he sought to convert the threat to his presidency into a weapon on the campaign trail, with biting attacks on potential Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Dave Bornick loads a truck on a Mesabi Range College virtual reality simulator during Tuesday’s 218 Trades Careers Expo in Eveleth. The expo gave high school students from as far away as Silver Bay and Grand Rapids the chance to learn out induestrial trades from the people that work in them.
HIBBING — In their squad cars and uniforms, on-duty Hibbing Police officers are easy to identify. But when their shift ends and officers swap their duty belts for daily duds, they’re harder to pick out of a crowd.
MAKINEN — The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the suspicious death of Frank Gerald Meyer, 47, of Makinen, according to an updated press release Wednesday.
The 2019 Chisholm High School Fall Homecoming King and Queen Candidates from the senior class, along with Fall Homecoming Prince and Princesses from the freshman through junior classes were announced Wednesday after a pep fest, in the school gym. In the back row, are King Candidates: Tyrus F…
IRON RANGE — The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension will receive more than $1.1 million in federal grant money to put toward drug enforcement, including efforts to curb the spread of opioids and heroin in the state
Picture this: A show opens, the camera zoomed in on a pale, yellow surface. A knife enters the frame and scrapes a long, curling strip that drops to the floor.