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Honoring Hibbing’s war veterans - Hibbing Daily Tribune
HIBBING — Hibbing has been well represented in a wide-variety of wars, and those brave souls deserve eternal gratefulness. That’s why the Hibbing Historical Society has chosen military appreciation as the theme for its annual spring fundraiser this year.
Northland Foundation awards grants to nonprofits serving northeastern Minn. communities - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 issues. A total of $299,000 was granted toward prevention ...
CIRSSD Board looks at alternative energy - Hibbing Daily Tribune
CHISHOLM — In recent weeks, the Central Iron Range Sanitary Sewer District Board (CIRSSD) has heard two presentations on alternative sources of energy. At a meeting recently, the board heard from John Jaffray, president and founder of JJR Power.
Budget-Friendly Summer Travel Tips - Hibbing Daily Tribune
(StatePoint) Americans collectively neglect 430 million vacation days annually, according to the 2014 Oxford Economics analysis. Whatever your reasons for sacrificing vacation, don’t let it be finances. “An enjoyable vacation is possible on even the ...
Grooms: Tips to Survive the Big Day - Hibbing Daily Tribune
(StatePoint) There’s an endless stream of advice out there for brides-to-be -- from insights into gown trends to leads on finding the best photographer. But grooms, who are more involved than ever these days in the wedding planning process, may have ...
Elks Lodge names Student of the Month - Hibbing Daily Tribune
HIBBING — The Hibbing Elks Lodge has named Hibbing High School senior Maggie Furlong the Elks Student of the Month for March. She is the daughter of Pat and Kris Furlong, and has an older brother, Jack, and a younger sister, Sara. Furlong is involved in ...
Mind over miles: Running Boston - Hibbing Daily Tribune
He looked at us, and smirked. Another “newbie” and I were swapping “Q,” or qualifying stories as we were approaching our corral at the start line. To become a new online only subscriber, and have your payment automatically charged every four weeks ...
Spring into wellness - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 Commerce’s Worksite Wellness Committee, and included a variety of vendors, breakout sessions and demonstrations.
St. Michael’s employees fund purchase of an AED - Hibbing Daily Tribune
virginia — St. Michael’s is now more prepared for emergency cardiac situations thanks to its employees. Recently, the Employee LIFT Club (Let’s Invest For Tomorrow) funded the purchase of an automated external defibrillator (AED) for use at the facility.
Grandparents play a vital role in passing on faith - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 Waweru encouraged the grandparents present to be the ...
Free clinic fundraiser held - Hibbing Daily Tribune
Becky Hecimovich, an independent consultant for The Pampered Chef, discusses some of her company’s products with Mary Jo Rahja of Chisholm, during the recent fundraiser for Project Care Free Clinic. The free clinic provides basic medical care to ...
Range Respite offers summer camp scholarships - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 job when the child or children have a disability or ...
Taking Care of Mining Company Men. - Hibbing Daily Tribune
The Village of Hibbing got both praise and brickbats for providing work for unemployed miners in early Hibbing. The Mesaba Ore defended the practice, saying there was useful work to be done, men available to do it, and the means to pay it (by taxes, mostly ...
PD looking for help in locating peeper - Hibbing Daily Tribune
HILL CITY — The Hill City Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating whoever is peering in residential windows. According to Hill City Police Chief Jeff Madsen, the first reports of an individual peeping in windows were received ...
Band decides against netting on Vermilion - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 release from the Bois Forte Band. The decision came after ...