Marshall Helmberger on St. Louis County Schools & New Copper Nickel Mining Study By Heidi Holtan • Mar 5, 2018 TweetShareGoogle+Email www.timberjay.com Listen Listening... / 14:36 Editor and publisher Marshall Helmberger talks with News and Public Affairs Director Heidi Holtan on Friday mornings. This week we talked with Timberjay editor Marshall Helmberger about school enrollments in NE MN and a surprising new study on copper nickel mining near the boundary waters. Tags: Timberjay newspaperFriday Morning ShowMarshall HelmbergerCopper Nickel MiningSt. Louis County schoolsCherry SchoolDistrict 8TweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Marshall Helmberger on the News from Congress and Copper Nickel Mining By Heidi Holtan • Dec 1, 2017 Marshall Helmberger Today we talked with Marshall Helmberger of the Timberjay newspaper on development hiccups in Tower, MN and icy gravel roads as well as Congressman Nolan and Congressman Emmer and next steps toward copper nickel mining on the Iron Range and BWCA. Marshall Helmberger on the NYTimes Magazine article on Mining vs Wilderness By Heidi Holtan • Oct 22, 2017 www.timberjay.com This week Marshall addresses the New York Times Magazine article "In Northern Minnesota Two Economies Square Off: Mining vs Wilderness". Marshall also talks about an editorial he wrote this week about splintering of the District 8 DFL party. Environmental Regulations: Aaron and Chuck Dig Deep By Heidi Holtan • Feb 21, 2018 Heidi Holtan In the second installment of our February Dig Deep Chuck begins the conversation talking about regulation - and Aaron continues talking about the regulatory process now, when it comes to things like pipelines and copper nickel mining. Take a listen! Sign up for the podcast! February's Podcast Only Conversation: The Politics of Congressional District 8 By Heidi Holtan • Feb 23, 2018 United States House of Representatives In this podcast only edition of Dig Deep for February Aaron and Chuck get into the nuts and bolts and the fascinating, now wide-open race for MN District 8. Send us your feedback! Read Aaron Brown's interview with Congressman Rick Nolan about his decision to not seek reelection. Sign up for the podcast!