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HHS hopes to end first-round frustration: No. 6 seeded Bluejackets take on No. 3 seed Proctor - Hibbing Daily Tribune
HIBBING — For the past two seasons, the Hibbing High School baseball team has been knocked out in the first round of the Section 7AA playoffs. The Bluejackets would like to end that string of losses, and they can do that today when Hibbing takes on ...
Spartans take on No. 1 seeded Giants - Hibbing Daily Tribune
NASHWAUK — On Saturday, Jeff Korpi struck out 16 hitters in a 3-0 win over Littlefork-Big Falls. Nashwauk-Keewatin coach Josh Lamppa is hoping his big righthander can duplicate that feat today. 1 Online Only Subscription $75.00 for 365 days $50.00 for ...
Spartans hoping for long day in Cloquet - Hibbing Daily Tribune
NASHWAUK — It could be one long day for the Nashwauk-Keewatin High School softball team. The Spartans will take on Carlton today at noon in Section 7A loser’s bracket contest at Braun Park in Cloquet and if Nashwauk-Keewatin wins, they would play at 2 ...
Tigers, Raiders square off in winner’s bracket final - Hibbing Daily Tribune
CHERRY — When the first pitch of the Section 7A Softball Tournament is thrown today, Cherry will find itself in familiar territory — the winner’s bracket final. The Tigers have made it a habit over the past several years and this season is no ...
Bluestreaks ready to meet Timberwolves - Hibbing Daily Tribune
CHISHOLM — On Saturday, the Chisholm High School baseball team fought for their playoff lives, getting a well-pitched game by Peyton Tyler to defeat Littlefork-Big Falls 6-3 in a play-in game. Three days later, Bluestreak manager Tim Provinzino is hoping ...
Chisholm council discusses administrator hiring - Hibbing Daily Tribune
CHISHOLM — The Chisholm City Council discussed its quest to find a new clerk-treasurer/administrator during a working session last week. Mayor Mike Jugovich said the working session gave the council an opportunity to ask questions they may have about the ...
Blues musician coming to the Range - Hibbing Daily Tribune
HIBBING — A salesman turned full-time musician will be performing on the Iron Range in June. Joe Filipovich, a blues musician from the Twin Cities, has been playing a variety of instruments since he was in elementary school. To become a new online only ...
Helping families in need - Hibbing Daily Tribune
This year, Keewatin Elementary students have collected thousands of pop tabs for Ronald McDonald homes. Brenda Peterson’s first grade students proudly show some of the pop tabs they have collected. Since 1979, Ronald McDonald homes in the Twin Cities and ...
Project Care receives donation - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 Hibbing, Grand Rapids, Virginia and Ely. The donation ...
Freshening up the schoolyard - Hibbing Daily Tribune
First graders from Teacher Wanda Cimermancic’s class Thursday helped clean the front lawn of Greenhaven Elementary. Teachers throughout the district had their classes take part in this month-long activity. To become a new online only subscriber, and have ...
Free summer meals for Virginia youth - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 Ave. W.) weekdays from 11 a.m. to noon, and 3:50 to 4:50 ...
Keewatin Girl Gets Close-up Look at Italy Early in WWII - Hibbing Daily Tribune
A young college student from Keewatin hoped to take advantage of an opportunity to study in an Italian university. But World War II was building up a head of steam and a lot of plans — and lives — would be ruined before it was over. To become a new ...
Family dealt with the tragedy of young man’s loss in Korean War - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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. “Dear Mother,” Pfc. Glenn Truman would write from the war in Korea, “Just a few lines this evening.
Hibbing resident recognized with three Department of Defense volunteer service awards - Hibbing Daily Tribune
COTTAGE GROVE, Minn. — Fred Godec of Hibbing was recognized with the President’s Bronze Volunteer Service Award, 10 Years ESGR Service Award and the Minnesota ESGR Region 2 Volunteer of the Year Award for his dedication to Employer Support of the Guard ...
Outgoing Grand Rapids principal honored - Hibbing Daily Tribune
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 business came in the form of a surprise presentation by ...