Hibbing Daily Tribune Elks Lodge names Student of the Month Hibbing Daily Tribune Furlong is involved in the National Honor Society and is a member of TADA (Teens Against Drugs and Alcohol), Key Club, Junior Rotarian and Inspiring Hibbing Leaders. She plays in the concert band, pep band and marching band. She participates on both... and more
Hibbing Public Library Notes April 26, 2015 - Hibbing Daily Tribune - Hibbing Minnesota - Google News
Hibbing Public Library Notes April 26, 2015 Hibbing Daily Tribune Legacy events at the public libraries and elsewhere in the region are organized by ALS using grant money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Dates, times and locations of more Legacy sponsored events can be found on the ALS website at...
Hibbing Daily Tribune Business Briefs April 26, 2015 Hibbing Daily Tribune HIBBING Patrick Furlong, a private wealth advisor with Ameriprise Financial, has qualified for the company's 2014 Circle of Success annual recognition program and will be honored for this achievement in 2015.
Event-goers sign up for a drawing during the Wellness Expo Saturday at Mesabi Mall. The event was hosted by the Hibbing Area Chamber of Commerces Worksite Wellness Committee, and included a variety o
HIBBING The Hibbing School Board has found a solution to its superintendent gap problem.
The Village of Hibbing got both praise and brickbats for providing work for unemployed miners in early Hibbing.
NASHWAUK Like everyone else, persons with disabilities need a place to go where they can feel special.
HIBBING Have you ever had to work with someone who was older than you, or thought they knew more than you?
HIBBING With a full house for Mass and a packed auditorium, Assumption Catholic School held its annual Grandparents Day Spring Program. The day started with the Holy Mass where the Rev. Gabriel Wawe
by Shari Sweetnam
LAKE VERMILION After planning to gill net a maximum of 2,500 pounds of walleye on Lake Vermilion this spring, the Fond du Lac Band has decided not to undertake the operation, according to a news rel
HILL CITY The Hill City Police Department is seeking the publics assistance in locating whoever is peering in residential windows.
by Bill Hanna
ST. PAUL The Transportation Finance Advisory Committee (TFAC) may have overestimated funding needs by as much as $4.5 billion over the next two decades, according to an analysis report commissioned
Achieves Circle of Success recognition
VIRGINIA Summer can be a challenging time for all parents and caregivers as they try to occupy the time of their child or children who are home for summer vacation. It can be an exceptionally taxing
HIBBING Hibbing has been well represented in a wide-variety of wars, and those brave souls deserve eternal gratefulness.
Join us this Wednesday for a special program on gardening, with Minnesota author Joel Karsten.
Northland Foundation awards grants to nonprofits serving northeastern Minn. communities - Hibbing Daily Tribune - News
DULUTH The Northland Foundation approved $884,226 in grants to nonprofits serving northeastern Minnesota during the first quarter of 2015, with a number of grants focused in two specific social issu
Becky Hecimovich, an independent consultant for The Pampered Chef, discusses some of her companys products with Mary Jo Rahja of Chisholm, during the recent fundraiser for Project Care Free Clinic. T
virginia St. Michaels is now more prepared for emergency cardiac situations thanks to its employees.
VIRGINIA John Latimer has long explored and studied the natural world of northern Minnesota and shares his insights on wildlife and the changing seasons every Tuesday morning on KAXE Community Radio
Can the Wild put the Blues away? Hibbing Daily Tribune HIBBING At first, I was going to write about the Minnesota Wild wasting a chance to put a stranglehold on their best-of-seven series against St. Louis by losing 6-1 last Wednesday. It was an embarrassing loss, probably the worst game the Wild have ... and more
CHISHOLM Chisholm Mayor Mike Jugovich said Thursday hes all for a plan being discussed to reroute a portion of Highway 5 into Chisholm to make room for mining.
ST. PAUL The PolyMet Mining Corp. closed out its fiscal year on Jan. 31 having invested more than $27 million into the NorthMet copper/nickel/precious metals project on the Iron Range.
Ron Finney and Mike Egan from the Brick Yard in Hibbing, dish out a food sample at the 6th annual Flavor of the North event held Thursday at the Range Recreation Civic Center in Eveleth. Participants
NASHWAUK A Nashwauk resident is unhappy with the process the Nashwauk Police Commission has taken to address his concerns about the citys police chief.
GRAND RAPIDS A hearing for a rural Grand Rapids man charged in connection with a lengthy stand-off with law enforcement two weeks ago has been continued.
GRAND RAPIDS You know what they say: it dont mean a thing if you aint got that swing! So in the hope of bringing a little meaning back to the greater Grand Rapids area, the Grand Rapids High Schoo