Border News Roundup

Friday mornings during Border News Roundup we get a chance to check in with Marshall Helmberger, the editor and publisher of The Timberjay newspaper serving NE Minnesota.

Marshall Helmberger, Editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, joins Heidi Holtan with news from northeastern Minnesota.  This week Marshall does a deeper dive into the analysis on the complex PolyMet decision with both sides claiming victory. 

Border News Roundup: PolyMet, Evening Grosbeaks and Bats

Apr 30, 2021

Marshall Helmberger is editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, he joins Heidi each Friday for Border News Roundup.  This week he explains the Minnesota Supreme Courts mixed verdict on the future of the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine

Friday mornings during Border News Roundup we get a chance to check in with Marshall Helmberger, the editor and publisher of The Timberjay newspaper serving NE Minnesota.  This week we hear about the Eagles Nest Township Board voting in favor of creating a new township road to provide easy water access for fire trucks to refill their tanks during a fire.  Marshall tells us about the St.

Border News: Campaign to Save the BW Plan, COVID Cases & Broadband

Apr 9, 2021

Marshall Helmberger, Editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, joins Heidi Holtan with news from northeastern Minnesota.  This week he reports that the COVID cases in Ely have come down after the recent spike in the area.

Timberjay Newspaper

Marshall Helmberger is editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, he joins Heidi each Friday for Border News Roundup.

Friday mornings during Border News Roundup we get a chance to check in with Marshall Helmberger, the editor and publisher of The Timberjay newspaper serving NE Minnesota.  Today Marshall talks about the controversy over the City of Tower forming a police department or deciding to rely on the St.

News on PolyMet, Winton, Orr and Breitung on Border News Roundup

Feb 26, 2021

Marshall Helmberger, Editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, joins Heidi Holtan with news from northeastern Minnesota.  This week Marshall reported the state’s Supreme Court reversed a lower court ruling from last year that had sent a PolyMet air emissions permit back to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency for further review.

Marshall Helmberger is editor and publisher of the Timberjay newspaper, he joins Heidi each Friday for Border News Roundup.  This week he talks about the proposal made by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to change clean water rules and classifications. While this might ease the burden with the mining industry, agricultural processers, and the Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities, at what cost would that be to the water quality in Minnesota.  Public comment period on the proposal runs through February 24th.

Friday mornings during Border News Roundup we get a chance to check in with Marshall Helmberger, the editor and publisher of The Timberjay newspaper serving NE Minnesota.  This week Marshall tells us that U.S. Steel may eventually have to clean up groundwater contaminated by the Minntac tailings basin based on a recent decision issued by the Minnesota Supreme Court.  On an update on the shooting of a 19 year-old man from Virginia we learn that St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rubin has deemed the shooting justifiable.

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