For the most part, elections for state legislature in our neck of the woods are usually drab, cut-and-dried affairs.<
by Brett Wesner, Chair
National Newspaper Association
The calendar has turned to late-September and October will be here within days.
Letter to the editor:
My Response to Becky Rom:
To the Editor:
Obituaries are a window into a person’s lifetime and every time we read one we learn something new.
Politicians like to say they will work to bring jobs to the Ely area.
With the rise of the Delta variant and news that cases of Covid-19 are climbing back up after an early-summer swoon,
Congratulations Ely Rotary Club for 100 years of outstanding service to the community.
Vendors had buttoned up for the night in Whiteside Park before a fast moving wind storm wreaked havoc Friday night.
To the Editor
With the world finally returning to normal it was good to see the town fill up for the annual July 4 celebration.
Workers have been busy painting a new logo on the city water tower.
by Dean Ridings, CEO, America’s Newspapers
We love our lakes in the North Country and Burntside is right at the top of the list.