Community Journalism

Northern Community Internet's Community Supported Journalism is Sponsored by: Grand Itasca

Read More Community Supported Journalism

Popular Stories

11 charged following drug busts; Task Force wraps up investigations - Hibbing Daily Tribune

11 charged following drug busts; Task Force wraps up investigations
Hibbing Daily Tribune
Amy J. Warner, 30, of Hibbing, was formally charged with five felony counts of fifth degree possession of a controlled substance (two counts methamphetamine, amphetamine, alprazolam and hydrocodoRead the rest of "11 charged following drug busts; Task Fo" ...

Drug probe nets Grand Rapids couple

A Grand Rapids couple has been charged with several felonies in connection with a drug investigation by the Grand Rapids Police Department, Itasca County Sheriff’s Office, Minnesota Bureau of CriminalRead the rest of "Drug probe nets Grand Rapids couple" ...


Perunovich, 'Jackets Get OT Win Over Rails - Northland's NewsCenter

Northland's NewsCenterPerunovich, 'Jackets Get OT Win Over RailsNorthland's NewsCenterPROCTOR, Minn. ( --- Scott Perunovich scored 4:21 into overtime on Monday night to give the No. ...

3rd Mining Industry Day Friday in Chisholm - Mesabi Daily News

3rd Mining Industry Day Friday in ChisholmMesabi Daily NewsCHISHOLM — Job hunters will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with mining industry employers during the 3rd Annual Mining Industry Day. ...

More Recent Stories:

Museum of Mining sets annual meeting - Mesabi Daily News

Chisholm fire does extensive damage - Mesabi Daily News

More News

Link a Local News Story

Blog Posts

The map that changed the world

When Benjamin Franklin helped negotiate the Treaty of Paris in 1783 that ended America's Revolutionary War, he used a map called The Mitchell Map, to fix the international boundary.The Mitchell Map was created by a gentleman named John Mitchell, and one of the interesting things about him was that he was not a professional map maker or geographer. ...


Did you know the ground beneath you is moving? It’s true. The earth’s upper crust, the stuff we stand on, is actually “floating” along on things we call “plates.” How fast does it move? Most plates move about two inches per year. ...

More Recent Blog Posts:

Pine Grosbeaks and a Hoary Redpoll

The Best Frugal Tools Are the Most Basic

more Siskins

Volunteers needed for the 2015 Range of the Arts events.

Friday Foodie Feature!

All the Light We Cannot See" by Anthony Doerr

Hot Reads for Cold Nights!

More Blogs

Add a Local Blog