GILBERT — The Gilbert City Council at its Tuesday meeting created a new job title — executive administrative clerk — combining the positions of economic administrator and city clerk/treasurer.
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VIRGINIA — The Olcott Park Greenhouse is an “oasis” on a cold winter’s day.
As temperatures drop below freezing in northern Minnesota, the St. Louis County Board is gearing up to fund emergency warming shelters.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats are trying to turn their most painful losses this year into a rallying cry they hope will electrify the 2020 presidential campaign: Every vote matters.
LUTSEN — The Virginia Area Alpine Ski Team got their season underway on Friday with at the Cook County Invite at Lutsen.
CHISHOLM — For the young Chisholm High School girls basketball team, continuous improvement throughout the season is the goal.
HOYT LAKES — Eveleth-Gilbert Area had five different girls score Thursday to lead the Golden Bears past Northern Lakes, 5-1.
Raise your hand if you had Derrick Henry (RB, Titans) on your fantasy football roster and didn’t start him last Thursday when he went off for 238 yards on 17 rushing attempts and scored four touchdowns.
I have interviewed young people (high school graduates and those with higher degrees) living in the Iron Range community. My point is many young people do stay and are willing to struggle to do so.
Editor’s Note: “Their Way” is a regular Sunday column that captures the personal style of the many public officials and other personalities and events covered by former Mesabi Daily News Executive Editor Bill Hanna during his more than 40 years of newspaper reporting, writing and editing.