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IRYA travels to Twin Cities to help the less fortunate - Hibbing Daily Tribune
VIRGINIA — Washing windows, unloading food trucks, and disinfecting patient rooms — they’re not activities typically associated with a dream vacation. But six Iron Range teenagers did those jobs and more during what they’re calling the trip of a ...
CHS graduate releases first album - Hibbing Daily Tribune
HIBBING — Piano music has always been important to Betty Doebbeling. “I feel like something is missing without it,” said the Chisholm High School (CHS) Class of 1959 graduate. “I love just sitting at my piano and taking in all of the beautiful ...
Ask Dr. Shari: Don't get frustrated; help is available - Hibbing Daily Tribune
My problem is that my son has a hard time in school and I don’t feel equipped to deal with it. I get so frustrated. I remember feeling so excited for this phase, back when he was 2. Now he is 9 and I get angry when he misses silly questions on a test or ...
Gail Jeanne (Edwards) Ryan - Hibbing Daily Tribune
Gail was born in 1955, to William and Dolores Edwards in Hibbing. Gail graduated from Hibbing High School in 1973. She was united in marriage to Alan Ryan on July 1, 1978. The couple made their home in Hibbing until they moved to Mountain Iron in 2008.
Vera A. Kautto - Hibbing Daily Tribune
Vera A. Kautto, 89, of Chisholm, died Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, at Heritage Manor Health Care Center in Chisholm. She was born on Dec. 17, 1925, in Chisholm, to John M. Sr. and Righetta (Vitali) Pagliaccetti. Vera was a Chisholm High School graduate with the ...
Rebecca ‘Becky’ Jean Sanders - Hibbing Daily Tribune
Rebecca “Becky” Jean Sanders, 54, of Hibbing, passed away Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, at Essentia Health St. Mary’s in Duluth. Becky was born June 24, 1961, in Hibbing, to Marlin and Jeanne (Westerlund) Sanders. She graduated from Hibbing High School in ...
Safe stop - Hibbing Daily Tribune
Safety is important to this flock of geese as they stop for a break in the presence of law enforcement Friday afternoon at the St. Louis County Court House. To become a new online only subscriber, and have your payment automatically charged every four ...
10 years later: An expired reward and still no slippers - Hibbing Daily Tribune
GRAND RAPIDS — So did the promise of a $1 million reward finally spur a break in the infamous theft of the ruby slippers? “We have received no new, credible leads,” said Grand Rapids Police Chief Scott Johnson Friday afternoon. 1 Online Only ...
Portion of County Road 715 to close beginning Tuesday - Hibbing Daily Tribune
BIWABIK — A 1-mile stretch of County Road 715 will close indefinitely Tuesday to accommodate the coming extension of the ArcelorMittal mine pit. Officials said St. Louis County has roadway easements, but does not own the property. The easement expires ...
County to hear DNR land buy, Safe Routes - Hibbing Daily Tribune
DULUTH — The St. Louis County Board will hear three Iron Range items at its regular meeting Tuesday at the Duluth Courthouse. A 40-acre land acquisition within the Anchor Lake Wildlife Management Area by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources tops ...
He’s absolutely irreplaceable’ - Hibbing Daily Tribune
HIBBING — For more than a decade, visitors of the Gene Nicolelli Bus Origin Center have been greeted by a warm, friendly face. But as Bill Lanhart, 86, of Hibbing, looks toward the next chapter of his life in Florida, he’ll be leaving a hole at the bus ...
Swapping treasure - Hibbing Daily Tribune
Attendees check out a wide variety of used goods during the sixth annual Squires and Shifters Swap Meet Saturday in the former Reptron parking lot in Hibbing. To become a new online only subscriber, and have your payment automatically charged every four ...
Community center continues swift move forward - Hibbing Daily Tribune
KEEWATIN — More than 20 Keewatin residents validated the city’s quickly developing plans to finalize a community center at a public hearing Tuesday. During a meeting Wednesday, the Keewatin City Council discussed the public hearing after making related ...
Paying raptors attention - Hibbing Daily Tribune
We have a bonafide naturalist in our house in the form of our oldest son Henry. At 10, he knows more about the birds that live in the woods of Northern Minnesota than I ever have. Of course, he’s kind enough to bring the rest of us up to speed.
Mine News Ore & More: Roller coaster ride for iron ore - Hibbing Daily Tribune
It was a crazy week of highs and lows and little in between in the Stock Market this week. And commodities, including iron ore, were also buffeted about. China continued to be the 10,000-pound elephant on Wall Street. And that country, which uses so much ...