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Sun
22
Jan

Feds initiate two-year mining timeout

by Tom Coombe -

Sat
21
Jan

Ely area women hold rally Saturday at Whiteside Park

Singing songs including "This Little LIght of Mine" and "We Shall Overcome," and amid calls to contact government officials, about 50 people turned out at Whiteside Park Saturday for a rally against President Trump. Photo by Tom Coombe

Fri
20
Jan

Fun Run ready to roll; Nearly 550 already registered for Jan. 28 snowmobile event

by Tom Coombe -

Fri
20
Jan

Ely Echo every week! Your hometown, locally owned newspaper

The Ely Echo, publishers and printers since 1972 is ready to serve you every week of the year. Whether you need a fax, a copy cards printed, something scanned and emailed, the Echo is open at 15 East Chapman Street from 8-4, Monday through Friday. You may even catch the office open on the weekends! Subscribe by mail or by email! Call 218-365-3141.

Fri
20
Jan

Watch out for chimney fires

THE ELY FIRE DEPARTMENT responded to a chimney fire at a home on Washington Street last Saturday. Luckily the fire was quickly extinguished to keep it from spreading. Photo by Jim Schwartz.

Fri
20
Jan

Jack Frost visits

As Ely’s temperature changed dramatically from last week to this, climbing 70 degrees to above freezing, fog and mist created the winter wonderland perfect picture, as photographer Pam Roberts found east of Ely on 169 one recent morning.

Wed
18
Jan

Gov. Nolan? Congressman mulls entry into crowded race to succeed Dayton

by Tom Coombe -

Fri
13
Jan

Ely Echo - your hometown newspaper, locally owned - office on Chapman Street

Week after week you can count on the Ely Echo to deliver the news that affects you life. Now its complete print shop also brings you one hour photo printing! Try us oit!

Fri
13
Jan

Foreign Exchange Student Program focus of Jan. 24 meeting in Ely school

Felipe Luiz, Brazilian student, with co-counselors Ward Nelson and Joe Owens of Ely Rotary.

Fri
13
Jan

Youngsters start their engines

LINED UP on Fall Lake Saturday for the KCPro racers who ranged in age from 4-10. Photo by Eric Sherman.

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