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May 20, 2016 RSS feed / Features

The Watering Can in Cook: Zone 3 perennials and more

COOK – The Watering Can greenhouse in Cook has been in business since 1997 and the mother and daughter owners are happy to be celebrating their 20th anniversary this year. More...

Fairy gardens have captured my imagination

I first became interested in fairy gardens about four years ago, or so. More...

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Miranda: You are also my client

“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you. More...

Veterans Service Office to host two town hall meetings in May

HIBBING/DULUTH – Military veterans looking for information, or who may have questions about their eligibility for certain benefits, will have two opportunities this month to meet and talk with a variety of experts. The St. More...

Mesabi East first graders show support for those deployed

AURORA – Gene Pellinen, a first grader at Mesabi East School in Aurora, holds some of his father's favorite things to eat. His dad, Jerry Pellinen, was deployed to Korea in April. More...

4th annual giveaway

June 4 = free bikes = happy kids

HIBBING – Jim McRae and Larry Moore have been collecting, refurbishing and giving away bikes to kids for the last four years. More...

Summer Reading kicks off at the Gilbert library

GILBERT – Summer is coming! The Gilbert Public Library urges families to get ready, set, go to the library and sign up for Read for the Win! More...

18th annual Arrowhead Arts Award recipients announced, celebration on June 3

GRAND RAPIDS – The 18th Annual Arts and Cultural Heritage Arrowhead Arts Awards celebration will take place in Grand Rapids at the Reif Performing Arts Center in the Ives Studio Theater on Friday, June 3, from 4 – 5:30 p.m. More...

Help sought to celebrate Itasca County’s 125 years

GRAND RAPIDS – Gems of Itasca will release two new, short documentary films in June, as well as more than 20 behindthe scenes featurettes, in a special free DVD to be delivered by the Herald-Review to 25,000 homes in the region to celebrate the More...

Mock car crash teaches students the results of distracted driving

AURORA – The Mesabi East LEO/SADD students, along with their advisors, Stacey Jasperson and Cyndi Worshek, and local agencies presented a mock car crash to show students what distracted driving More...

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Soil Improvements

Testing determines what is in the soil and what is needed. Never till wet soil because the structure will be damaged. A handful of wet soil that sticks and clumps together indicates clay. More...

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Decorator Secret: Home Office Choices: Make your home office a stylish part of the home and a reflection of your tastes and personality. More...

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Healthy for Life

Spring! Glorious green and sparkling water

Good day to everyone! I trust that you’re all emerging into the glorious greenness of our land and the waters on our shores. It’s always amazing to see color and movement in our corner of earth once again. More...

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Sen. Franken hosts 6th Annual Minnesota

WASHINGTON, D.C. —On May 11, 2016, the 158th anniversary of Minnesota becoming a state, the Minnesota Congressional Delegation came together for U.S. Sen. Al Franken’s (D-Minn.) sixth annual hotdish competition. Sen. More...

Congressional Delegation Hotdish Competition

Rub pork shoulder with table salt, coarse salt, and sugar mixture; leave in refrigerator overnight. Cook shoulder in slow-cooker for 10-12 hours on low. Shred pork, remove excess fat. More...

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Hibbing resident recognized with two Department of Defense volunteer service awards

HIBBING – Fred Godec of Hibbing was recognized with the President’s Silver Volunteer Service Award and the Minnesota ESGR Region 2 Volunteer of the Year Award for his dedication to Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve on May 10, 2016 More...

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SALLYWORLD: WEEK 292

Addictions: Coffee and spuds and a Dear John letter that’s a dud

Greetings and Sallytations! More...

Greenhouses: Family, food and flowers (local, too!)

As we’ve anxiously await warmer weather and the start of the planting season, I started looking at greenhouses around the Iron Range area. More...

Swanson Greenhouses usher in their 31st season

EVELETH - Some say they work to live and others live to work. If I had to make a guess which category Gail Koon fits into I would say that she lives, and loves, her work. More...

Check out these area greenhouses

IRON RANGE – In keeping with garden and greenhouse theme edition this week, it is our hope to offer as much information as we could on area greenhouses stretching from I’Falls to Zim and Grand Rapids to Ely, as well as points in between. More...

Fundraiser begun

Tiny baby Ava Grace born with medical complications

In September 2015, Kaylie (Carlson) and her husband Jesse Weiner of Cloquet were excited to receive the news that they were finally going to become parents. More...

Eveleth-Gilbert National Honor Society to present Memorial Day Program May 26

The 18th annual Memorial Day Program, sponsored by the Eveleth-Gilbert National Honor Society, will be held on Thursday May 26, at 7 p.m. in the Eveleth-Gilbert High School gymnasium. More...

Phenomenal growth spurs expansion for Natural Harvest Co-op

VIRGINIA – Phenomenal growth in both membership and sales has led Natural Harvest Food Co-op in Virginia to the decision to relocate and expand their operations. More...

Lisa Bestul named dean of liberal arts at HCC

HIBBING – Lisa Bestul has been named the dean of liberal arts and student affairs at Hibbing Community College (HCC). The position is effective immediately. More...

Better Business Bureau provides job search advice for new college graduates

There’s good news and bad news about the job market for those about to graduate from college. First, the good news: the job market is robust. The bad news? Scammers are busy online trying to mislead and defraud job seekers of all ages. More...

DEED awards $17.87 million for small cities projects

STATEWIDE – Rehabilitation and infrastructure projects in 32 Minnesota communities were approved for $17.87 million in grants from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED). More...

Virginia Fire Department

Run Report: May 9 – May 15

VIRGINIA – During the week of May 9 – May 15, the Virginia Fire Department responded to a total of 104 calls, 16 fire calls and 88 medical calls. The medical calls broke into two types: transfers (26) and 9-1-1 calls (62). More...

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Herb ‘n’ living: Growing a home garden for your pet

Some animal experts have asserted that pets intuitively eat plants according to their specific medicinal value – that is, as long as they have several plants to choose from. More...

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THIS WEEK IN RANGE HISTORY

HISTORICAL PHOTOS

Dear Readers, This week we’re sharing some old photos courtesy of the Iron Range Historical Society. The content of some of these photos remains a mystery, so if you recognize someone or something, give us a call! More...

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Beat burnout; phthalates exposure a problem

Q: My dad has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, and my kids are 13 and 17 and struggling in school. More...

The dangers of conditional love

Conditional love is when a parent shows disapproval as a way to influence or try to control a child. For example, showing disapproval when a parent doesn’t like the way the child talks, walks, or her choices of food, toys, sports, or friends. More...

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DEED offers businesses free, updated guide for navigating e-commerce

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) has teamed up with a Minneapolis law firm to update a guide for Minnesota businesses. More...

Recharge the Range public forum scheduled for June 6

EVELETH – Members of the public from across the Iron Range are invited to weigh in with ideas on how to recharge Iron Range communities and the economy at the “Recharge the Range” forum on Monday, June 6, at Minnesota Discovery Cent More...

International Falls native is recipient of Northern Minnesota Dental scholarship

INTERNATIONAL FALLS – Dr. Christine Lucachick, a recent graduate from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry was selected as the 2016 recipient of the Dr. Michael Till – Northern Minnesota Dental Scholarship. Dr. More...

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SALOME'S STARS

LEO (July 23 to August 22) Lick your wounded pride if you like, but it’s a better idea to find out why your suggestions were rejected. What you learn could help you deal with an upcoming situation. More...

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