EVELETH — The Eveleth-Gilbert school board will face a tough question with the reelection of deployed Director Derek Malner.
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ST. PAUL — Governor-elect Tim Walz on Thursday said it would be his responsibility to break up political gridlock in the Statehouse.
VIRGINIA — The Virginia City Council will see a return of Mayor Larry Cuffe Jr., who received 3,048 votes (97.16 percent) during Tuesday’s midterm election.
Incumbent Keith Nelson and newcomer Paul McDonald will makeup part of the St. Louis County Board.
ST. PAUL (AP) — It was a tale of two political parties in Minnesota on Wednesday: resurgent Democrats who tightened their grip on the governor's office and two U.S. Senate seats in Tuesday's election, and wincing Republicans shut out of statewide contests for a 12th straight year and swept o…
This week’s column is dedicated to Mr. Anton “Tony’’ Golobich of Ely.
If we learned anything last weekend about our fantasy football teams as we head toward the final stretch of regular season games (if your league has a playoff system) – it’s that nothing is certain in the world of fantasy football.
THIEF RIVER FALLS — The Mesabi Range football team faced off with Northland Sunday in a rematch of last year’s state championship game, this time in the semifinals.
BRAINERD — The Lady Norse gave it everything they had, but it wasn’t enough as they fell 3-0 (25-15, 25-19, 27-25) to the No. 2 team in the land Central Lakes in Saturday’s Region XIIIB Championship.
For more than three decades the birch stand has been THE spot to be for our crew during the firearms deer-hunting season.
Joe Mauer could have left for greener pastures. Green like the Green Monster in Boston, where his opposite-field approach and command of the strike zone may have allowed him to challenge batting average records for years.
I was sitting in a meeting Thursday evening, this time as part of the group and not just a reporter/observer, when we went around the table and introduced ourselves. We said who we were, what organization we were with, why we were there and what we most like about winter.