The Hibbing Tribune of Sunday, April 28, had a “police report” and Aaron Brown’s column that were interesting, the skeletonized police report was the street or avenue address and type of incident, but not the names of people charged and what they were charged with. This doesn’t cut it, it se…
I hate to complain, but I will. What has happened to the wonderful new America that Trump promised us? Our utility bills are much higher; the cost of groceries go up every week; the cost of gas keeps rising; insurance premiums for homes, cars and health care only go up . . . not down; postag…
Spring is upon us and the snow is almost gone! For some unfortunately, this time of year brings complaints of unsightly yards. The Hibbing Police Department is committed to keeping our community a pleasant place for all to live, work and enjoy.
I am a volunteer for AEOA’s Groceries-To-Go program. I first volunteered for this program when I was a teenager with my mom. I loved doing something special and meaningful together, and loved meeting the clients we served.
Having recently gone through contract negotiations for my place of work, I understand the frustration the Chisholm teachers are going through. First off, purchases of higher ticket items that might be in need or updated are delayed in hopes that the contract would soon be settled. I can’t im…
I hope the Iron Range, the steelworkers union and all Iron Range businesses who were looking forward to a thriving mining community are happy they voted for Mr. Walz for governor. He just appointed Sara Strommen as the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Commissioner — ex-policy …
I recently had the opportunity to donate a check from Range Voices Indivisible to the “Room of Requirements” at the Hibbing High School. Teacher Dana Lindstrom took us on a tour of the room.
The upcoming legislative session is an opportunity for both major parties to navigate the best options available in maintaining and improving the quality of life for all residents. No taxpayer/business enjoys paying more for less, the needs of business require protecting, and individual taxp…
I want to bring attention to the current increasing health concern affecting the youth. Vaping/Juuling usage is at an all time high among teens. This substitution for standard cigarettes by no means is safer.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank my wife, Candy, my family and friends, my campaign volunteers and all of the residents of the City of Hibbing that supported me during my unsuccessful bid to become your new mayor. I would also like to thank all of the new faces that decided to …
I am writing in regards to the upcoming elections that include three positions on the school board. As a former graduate of Hibbing High School, I feel it necessary to reach out to the local voting community.
It is very refreshing to see so many new candidates running for office. Fresh ideas, new paths that can be taken for the city of Hibbing are being offered at this election.
In Pete Stauber’s TV ads, he states that he won't wear the uniform of any party. But that is a lie. He wears the uniform of the Trump/Republican party. He was in that uniform,on the podium with Trump and would wear it in Washington. Picture an orange uniform with the name Trump stamped all over it.
I’ve been on the county board with Pete Stauber. I can attest he hasn’t done much for the Iron Range, but he did vote to raise your property taxes 19 percent in his six years on the board.
During my scheduled Hibbing Public Access Television (HPAT) interview, I wasn’t able to say as much as I’d like on this topic. What I did talk about was important to the school board. Thank you, Patty Miller.
The City of Hibbing should be ashamed of its treatment of the disabled — compassionless, cruel and mean. I am sure that anyone who has had a dispute with Hibbing Public Utilities knows exactly what I am talking about.
If there is anything that we need more of in this mid-term election, it’s kindness, empathy and a sense of responsibility and courage to fix this nation in it’s broken places. We need officials who have the capacity to empathize with those who struggle and are the most vulnerable among us.
Amy Klobuchar, Tina Smith, Keith Ellifson, Tim Walz and Joe Radinovich are for free entry, no prosecution of illegals and all of the benefits we have worked for given to the illegals.
In what promises to be an extremely close race for the St. Louis County District 4 Commissioner position, Paul McDonald is the clear choice for several reasons.
News just out is that our federal deficit (national debt) is increasing by about $2 to $3 billion dollars a day. This amounts to about $7.50 per day for every man, woman and child in our country.
This letter is being written because my roots are on the Iron Range. I grew up there. I raised my family there. My parents lived out their lives there, and I have family there.
The United States is now nearly $21 trillion in debt. According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), that’s $65,837 per citizen and $176,393 per taxpayer. Those amounts increase every day of the year.
I just recently received my snowmobile registration renewal notice a few weeks ago for two Snowmobiles I own. One is a 1996 and the other a 1997 (21- and 22-year-old machines).
In the spring of 1970, a man from India named Brother Barnabas came to speak at our college. He shared his powerful conversion story and with it a very sober warning for America.
If running for Congress was simply about successfully passing bills and representing your constituents, Joe Radinovich’s achievements in St. Paul during the historic 2013-2014 session would make him a shoe-in to succeed Rick Nolan in Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District.