One of the adages about recycling is that you need to properly wash your items - especially glass, plastic, and tin - or they won't be recyclable at the facility. It turns out that this isn't necessarily so.
Good news for St. Louis County taxpayers: The recent Tax Forfeited Land Auction netted an addition of $745,650 to the bottom line - one of the better results in recent memory. The auction was held on October 12, with 30 out of 78 listed properties selling.
Similar to an event they did the last few years, a group of local students will spend a night out in a cardboard box to help raise awareness of homelessness in our area. Kids from Youth In Action will spend the night outside, November 15 at the Biwabik Pavilion - starting at 5:00 PM.
Railroad track repairs will necessitate the closure of a part of Douglas County Highway L on Wednesday, November 8. The closure will occur one mile west of County Highway E from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM. The highway department requests that drivers use an alternative route during the work.
This is the sort of thing you'll probably want to bookmark for later use - especially since winter is knocking on the door. St. Louis County has introduced improvements to their online map portal which now allow ATV users the ability to know where they can legally drive on roads and trails.
It's said that the "big get bigger" in business. That adage is usually followed by "...and then they consolidate/merge/close stores". It appears that this is the case with Walgreens - as they complete a mega deal with Rite Aid to improve their bottom line. When the ink is…
It'll be a winter-wonderland of fun, Saturday November 18 as the Performing Arts Student Scholarship Foundation (PASS) holds their annual Breakfast with Santa and Holiday Bazaar in Superior. The event happens 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM, in Kress Hall at Cathedral of Christ the King.
It's become an annual event and one that serves the needs of a segment of our population. As they have done in years past, officials with the State of Minnesota Judicial system are offering people with outstanding warrants the ability to have them resolved. The event is call a Warrant Resolut…
With the increasing way electronic devices work their way into our lives, it's no wonder that the problem of what to do with them has become such a large issue. When you no longer need those electronic devices or they have stopped working - how can you dispose of them properly?
Change is hard. The roundabout at Highway 169 and Highway 37 in Hibbing - one of two new Iron Range roundabouts to open within the past month or so - has stimulated some of the same rumors that the intersection-method created here in the Twin Ports.