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Tue
26
Dec

County board OKs budget, levy

by Tom Coombe -

Mon
25
Dec

Christine L. Tezak, 94, of Ely, dies

Christine Louise (Koprivnik) Tezak of Ely, 94, passed away peacefully with family by her side on Dec. 25, 2017 at Carefree Living in Babbitt, MN.
Christine was born on October 22, 1923 in Ely to Andrew and Frances (Cesen) Koprivnik. She graduated from Ely Memorial High School. During WW II she worked for the Air Transport Command as a cryptographer in Washington, DC from 1942-1945. She met the love of her life, Edward Anton Tezak at the Ely Sweet Shop. They were united in marriage on August 14, 1946 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Duluth, MN. They started their family in Duluth and moved to Ely in 1952, where in 1957, they built a family home, raising seven children. Christine resided there until 2013 when she moved to Carefree Living in Babbitt.

Sun
24
Dec

Claire Taylor honored with Arts Service Award

HONORED _ Claire Taylor (left) received the Music and Drama Club’s prestigious Community Service Award from Sara Skelton for Claire’s extensive efforts in arts participation and promotion in the Ely area. The Award waspresented at the club’s Christmas Party on Monday, December 18, at Grand Ely Lodge. Claire is an active visual artist who paints in watercolor, makes stained glass pieces and pottery. Her work is widely collected and shown. Photo by Cecilia Rolando

Sat
23
Dec

Bernard F. Herrmann, 75, of Ely, dies

Bernard F. Herrmann, 75, born in Alsace, France on Feb. 19, 1942, died in Ely, Minnesota on Friday, December 22, 2017.
During his lifetime Bernard received many honors and titles, including: “Chevalier Du Merite” – Knighted by the French Government for Culinary Excellence, “Maitre Cuisinier de France” – Master Chef of France since 1979, Member of the Order of “Grand Orient de France” – Free Mason, Former Secretary General “Academie Culinaire de France” (US Chapter), Former Vice President and Commander “Commanderie de Cordons Bleus de France” (US Chapter), Member of the Societe Culinaire Philanthropique, Former Vice President of the “Culinary Vatel Club,” Former Professor of the Culinary Arts “Ecole LeNotre” – Paris and Houston Texas.
From 1961 to 1963, Bernard served in the French Army as a Sahara Rat Patrol during the France/Algerian War.

Fri
22
Dec

Solicitor’s Opinion Reverses Decision, Allows Renewal of Twin Metals Mineral Leases

ST. PAUL, MN—The Solicitor’s Office for the Department of the Interior informed House Speaker Kurt Daudt Friday of a forthcoming opinion reversing President Obama’s previous decision denying renewal of mineral leases held by Twin Metals Minnesota. The new opinion concludes that the two leases that Twin Metals has from the United States granted them a non-discretionary right to a third renewal and, therefore, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) did not have the discretion to deny Twin Metals’ lease renewal application in December 2016. The BLM and the Forest Service, which is the surface management agency, will now move forward to review their December 2016 decisions according to the M-Opinion’s advice.

Fri
22
Dec

Bear attacks two Ely men

by Nick Wognum -

Fri
22
Dec

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Fri
22
Dec

Elementary school concert in Ely brings joy

SHOW STOPPERS - Members of Ely’s kindergarten classes singing “Jingle Bells” at the Christmas concert held last Wednesday in Washington Auditorium.

This week's Ely Echo is loaded with holiday photos! On newsstands now. The Echo closes at 3 p.m. on Fridays. Merry Christmas!

Fri
22
Dec

Ely Postmaster slated to retire

POST OFFICE employees Sherrie Braaten and Postmaster Mark Lindgren with some of the over 1,000 packages delivered Monday in Ely. Lindgren will be retiring from the Ely Post Office this Friday.

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