Ruth Dorothy Beystrom

Ruth Dorothy Beystrom, 77, of Iron and formerly of Lake Fourteen in Britt, died Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at the Essentia Health Virginia Convalescent Care Center.  She was born August 8, 1941 in Duluth, MN, the daughter of Leo and Violet (Duncan) B… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content. Username Password Remember […]

Sandra Marie (Linder) Bickford

Sandra Marie (Linder) Bickford, 75, of Cotton, passed away Thursday, August 16, 2018 at her residence. Sandra was born October 26, 1942 in Ypsilanti, MI to John and Elvera (Shogren) Linder. On January 26, 1961, she was united in marriage to Wayne E. … Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

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In the dark unknown:

Reflections on a fire anniversary


ELCA Mission Builders from around the country came to help build the new Messiah Lutheran Church in Mt. Iron in 2000. Photo by Cindy Kujala.I was invited to preach at Messiah Lutheran Church in Mt. Iron for the 20th anniversary of the fire which dest… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

Northland Foundation awards 46 grants totaling $576,800

Iron Range Tykes Learning Center in Mt. Iron was one of several grants approved by the Northland Foundation that support programming that nurtures children, youth and families. To learn more about Iron Range Tykes Learning Center, visit www.irtykes.c… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

The how—and the why—of painting ants in different colors



“Where’s my red nail polish?” my mom hollered down the basement stairs. Anytime she can’t find something, she assumes that I took it. As if I’d have any use for women’s nail polish! “It’s in my tackle box,” I hollered back, somewhat surprised that… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.

Taking it apart rather than breaking it

Deconstruction is a win-win, diverts waste and creates jobs


Unlike demolition, deconstruction carefully takes apart a house or building, much in the reverse fashion it was built, allowing for the materials to be recycled, repurposed or reused. Photo courtesy of J. Breneman/NRRI.Recycling is an established pra… Please register for a free account or log in below to access this content.


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