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Finalists named in Hibbing superintendent search - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Finalists named in Hibbing superintendent search
Hibbing Daily Tribune
... the Hibbing School District superintendent opening during a special meeting Wednesday. A total of 13 individuals applied for the position, according to Sandy Gundlach, director of school board services for the Read the rest of "Finalists named in Hibbing superintenden" ...

Commission rules to demote officer

The Grand Rapids Police Civil Service Commission has ruled that a Grand Rapids police sergeant should be demoted to patrol officer. The commission issued the ruling after a closed session Monday afterRead the rest of "Commission rules to demote officer" ...


CIRSSD permit gets a name change in application submitted to MPCA - Mesabi Daily News

CIRSSD permit gets a name change in application submitted to MPCAMesabi Daily NewsCHISHOLM — An application for a name change on the permit for the C ...

Along for the ride - Hibbing Daily Tribune

Along for the rideHibbing Daily TribuneThank you for all of the support you have given your six children, 17 grandchildren and countless students and athletes that walked the halls not only in Chisholm, but in countless high schools around the state of Minnesota. ...

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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. ...

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