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Ready To Work
Public File Reports
08/03/2020 07:05 PM
About 40 workers are clocking in at Keetac to help finish up two projects, but the mine remains idled indefinitely.
The original plan was to bring Hibbing Taconite back online on July 6th, but that has been pushed back until the beginning of August, according to the union and the company.
A picture perfect opening day for the Redhead Mountain Bike Park in Chisholm, and plenty of people strapped on their helmets to try out 15 miles of world class trails.
After nearly 10 years with PolyMet, Brad Moore, executive vice president of environmental and governmental affairs, is retiring next month.
As the mines braced for impact because of COVID-19, Monday became the day the one of them heard the news. Northshore Mining will be temporarily idled by mid-April, with a planned restart of August.
Twin Metals Minnesota announced they are donating $21,500 to help during the COVID-19 outbreak. The money will help feed the hungry and assist first responders.
Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, a minerals company plans on moving forward with a demonstration plant in Coleraine.
A sign of spring, and a sense of normalcy, with the opening of the Soo Locks and the start of the shipping season.
Mining is listed under "critical manufacturing," and will continue during the Stay at Home order from Governor Tim Walz.
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DFL-endorsed Jen McEwen handily won the Minnesota state Senate District 7 primary over incumbent Sen. Erik Simonson.
Sen. Tina Smith (D-Minn.) and Jason Lewis have advanced in the primary races for the Minnesota U.S. Senate seat up for grabs this November.
The Duluth Fire Department says chemicals were improperly disposed of at St. Ann's, but residents were allowed to return this evening. They evacuated the first floor of the facility as a precaution.
Joe Biden has selected Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate. The choice makes Harris the first Black woman on major party presidential ticket.
In-person voter turnout for the primary election has been slow but steady at polls in Duluth and Superior due to the high number of absentee ballots.
Proctor is going with the hybrid model for the fall, while Hermantown plans on voting on a plan next Monday.
Fire officials said 36-year-old Michael Simone died after an early morning apartment fire in Duluth. He was found inside the building at 631 E 3rd Street.
The City of Duluth announced Tuesday that it will cancel the fireworks display that was scheduled over the Labor Day weekend.