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CHISHOLM Its been nearly 45 years since Capt. John Ryder of Chisholm went missing while serving in Vietnam.
First Lutheran Church of Hibbing held a summer kick-off event Sunday, May 17. With just under 100 people in attendance, the line for the summer-themed meal was out the door.
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This year, Keewatin Elementary students have collected thousands of pop tabs for Ronald McDonald homes. Brenda Petersons first grade students proudly show some of the pop tabs they have collected. Si
Three people have been charged with dealing meth after an investigation by the Itasca County Sheriffs Office, Grand Rapids Police Department and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
CHERRY Two major road resurfacing projects will be getting under way on the Iron Range just after the Memorial Day holiday.
HIBBING A salesman turned full-time musician will be performing on the Iron Range in June.
A young college student from Keewatin hoped to take advantage of an opportunity to study in an Italian university.
On Monday, May 18, the ISD 318 school board further prepared for the end of the school year with their final regularly scheduled meeting prior to summer vacation. One tangent from that regular busines
First graders from Teacher Wanda Cimermancics class Thursday helped clean the front lawn of Greenhaven Elementary. Teachers throughout the district had their classes take part in this month-long acti
VIRGINIA The Virginia Salvation Army is again participating in the Summer Food Service Program. The program serves lunch and dinner meals to area children at the Virginia Salvation Army (507 12th Av
Hibbing resident recognized with three Department of Defense volunteer service awards - Hibbing Daily Tribune - News
COTTAGE GROVE, Minn. Fred Godec of Hibbing was recognized with the Presidents Bronze Volunteer Service Award, 10 Years ESGR Service Award and the Minnesota ESGR Region 2 Volunteer of the Year Award
Carrie Estey-Dix, left, of Project Care accepts a $1,500 check from Sandy Church, treasurer of the WELCA group at Faith Lutheran Church in Chisholm, to benefit the Project Care free clinics located in
AURORA The letter dated July 25, 1950, was addressed to Mrs. Arthur Truman, Route 1, Box 200, Aurora, Minnesota, postmarked U.S. Army Postal Service.
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HIBBING Advocates for Family Peaces inaugural Iron Range Lip Sync Battle to support and raise funds for victims of domestic violence and child abuse on the Iron Range was held Thursday, May 14, a
Brody Henriksen of Boy Scouts Pack 9 places a flag next to a veterans grave in honor of Memorial Day Saturday at Maple Hill Cemetery. His mom, Wendy, looks on.
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Chisholm man sentenced to 8 months in jail for stabbing girlfriend's dog to death - The Tribune - Hibbing Minnesota - Google News
Grand Forks Herald Chisholm man sentenced to 8 months in jail for stabbing girlfriend's dog to death The Tribune HIBBING, Minnesota A Chisholm man has been sentenced to eight months in jail for stabbing his girlfriend's dog to death. The Hibbing Daily Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1FKOfVL ) that 31-year-old Sethe H.J. Morey appeared before St. Louis County ... State briefs: Chisholm man gets 8 m
ST. PAUL The official legislative session in St. Paul has ended, but lobbying voices around certain bills have yet to be silenced.
DULUTH Minnesota Powers Great Northern Transmission Line project has cleared another important hurdle in the companys bid to bring more renewable and carbon-free hydroelectricity from Manitoba, Ca
ST. PAUL Minnesotas unemployment rate continued its impressive run in April of coming in considerably lower than the national average.
HIBBING Just like many men and women from across the country, those from Iron Range communities have given their lives to protect the freedom of Americans.
No one really reaches out to anyone anymore.
HIBBING Along with their favorite stuffed friends in tow, first graders from Washington Elementary took a trip to Fairview Plaza recently.