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This week Marshall reports on Tower City Finance issues that are continuing to be unearthed since the suspension of the Tower City Clerk/Treasurer.  This time the LCCMR grant Tower received is in jeopardy.  We'll also hear about Lamppa Manufacturing and their new facility that could mean much economic growth to the region - it's back on track finally after contracts have been signed.  Somewhat good news for Zup's Groceries which burned down last year in Cook, MN will have a temporary store opened soon.

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This week Timberjay editor and publisher Marshall Helmberger keeps us up to date on the state-wide story he broke on the IRRR and hiring practices, we also hear about the State of the Band address by Bois Forte tribal chair Cathy Chavers.  He also brings us news of a body found in the BWCA and lake conditions in NE MN. 

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Hear our weekly conversation with Marshall Helmberger - he fills us in on the Tower City Council, the missing EPA comments, the Boundary Waters reservation system and what the

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Marshall talks with us this week about conversation he had with former officials in President Obama's administration about decisions by President Trump's administration regarding copper nickel mining and mineral leases near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.  He also told us more about the MN Department of Administration's ruling for St.

This week editor/publisher Marshall Helmberger uncovers the breakdown in addressing concerns over sexual harassment in the DFL and Congressman Nolan's office, Supper on the Farm in in Cook and the 40th anniversary of the 1978 Wilderness Act that created the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

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