Danita M. “Doni” Peppers (Alar)



Danita  M. “Doni” Peppers (Alar), 88, of Laguna Niguel, CA formally of Virginia, MN, died Tuesday, March 22. Doni was preceded in death by husband Peter Alar and is survived by brother Robert Hansen of Virginia, MN, daughter Leslie … Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content. Username Password Remember Me     […]

Rosalea May (Miller) Koski



Rosalea May (Miller) Koski peacefully passed on to Heaven the evening of Monday, March 28th, 2011 at the Virginia Regional Medical Center at the age of 75. Visitation will begin on Friday, April 1, 2011, from 1:00 p.m. to the 2:00 p.m. Memorial… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

Nancy Carol Dawson



Nancy Carol Dawson, 80, of Eveleth died Thursday, March 24, 2011 in the hospice unit at Virginia Regional Medical Center surrounded by her loving family.   She was born on March 15, 1931 to Victor and Carmella (Lucarelli) DePaulis in Eveleth.&n… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

An 18th century solution for a 21st century dilemma

Sometimes, the answer resides in the past


 I happened to be in Philadelphia recently for a wedding, and brought home a great revenue-generating idea for our beleaguered community hospital. Bear with me. I’d never been to the City of Brotherly Love before and looked forward to spe… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

City of Brotherly Love:

How Philadelphia got its name

 When William Penn put together two Greek words (“philos”, meaning “love” and “delphos”, meaning “brother”), he named the city of Philadelphia. The name is not just random word play, though. Penn … Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

It’s getting green at MRCTC

Automation tech program gets biodiesel processors


 EVELETH – Automation is the name of the game in business and industry today, and students at Mesabi Range Community and Technical College are getting hands-on experience with some brand new biodiesel processors. Second year students in t… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

Business Bits




The entrepreneur wears countless hats and the ability to manage the responsibilities of each can be overwhelming. Schedule each day and stick to the schedule. When something unexpected occurs, handle it and then get back on schedule. Don’t fee… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

Groudbreaking set for $43 million Fiber Project



The groundbreaking for the Northeast Minnesota Middle Mile Fiber Project been set for 1 p.m., April 20, at the Northeast Service Cooperative (NESC) in Mountain Iron. Rural Utilities Service at the United States Department of Agriculture awarded NESC… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

Mae Wall to read award-winning essay



Mae Gibson Wall of Virginia will read her award-winning essay, “God in Our Ethics,” on Monday, April 4, at 6:30 p.m. at the First Stage of the Lyric Center for the Arts, 514 Chestnut Street, Virginia. The essay, written while she was a s… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

Eveleth Heritage Scholarship deadline approaching



The Eveleth Heritage Committee’s scholarship essay contest deadline of April 8, 2011 is fast approaching. The scholarship is available for seniors (grade 12) at Eveleth/Gilbert Senior High School or home schooled in the area of Independent Sch… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.


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