PolyMet CEO Jon Cherry is sounding off after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued the final permit needed for the company to build a copper-nickel mine near Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota early Friday morning.
This is the final permit needed for the project to move forward in Hoyt Lakes.
Gov. Tim Walz is turning up the heat on lawmakers to try to prevent the state’s 2 percent tax on health care providers from expiring at the end of the year
Three U.S. Senators from Minnesota and Wisconsin are backing a federal bill that aims to address the affordable child care shortage.
Health officials say 11 people died and 118 were injured in Minnesota hospitals and surgery centers last year from medical mistakes that were preventable.
Thursday night, both the Eveleth-Gilbert and Virginia school boards unanimously gave their approval to a plan that would combine the two town’s high schools into one and build new elementary schools.
The state’s budgeting department blamed the drop on slowed economic growth and lower tax collections.
A Grand Jury has found two teens guilty of first degree murder while another man accepted a plea deal after they allegedly conspired to kill an Aurora man on the Mesabi Trail in early January.
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Two schools in the Nashwauk-Keewatin School District are receiving materials which could help save students’ lives in case of emergency.
Don’t let the cold weather fool you – the deadline to remove ice houses from some inland waters in Minnesota is next week.
The combining of Eveleth-Gilbert and Virginia school districts will add a new 7-12 facility.
Pet owners, make sure to give your furry companions some extra love on Wednesday.