Wednesday Apr 16
New company on Iron Range looks to hire 50 employees
Just weeks after more than 100 people lost their jobs at Meyer Teleservices in Eveleth, a new company says it will reopen the doors and bring in a new call center.
Eveleth man guilty of armed bank robbery
A Federal jury has found a 26-year-old Eveleth man guilty of armed bank robbery.
Range Firefighters Hone Skills in Simulated Fire
Firefighters from nearly a dozen Iron Range departments descended on a school in Cherry on Saturday.
St. Cloud Times
Meyer Teleservices to close its officesMeyer Teleservices to close...
Meyer Teleservices to close its offices on sctimes.com: http://www.sctimes.com/story/money/2014/04/02/meyer-teleservices-cell-phone-jobs-closing/7209863/ St. Cloud-based Meyer Teleservices, which began operations in 1976, is closing its offices here as well as in Eveleth and Little Falls.
Virginia City Council unanimously opposes co-location of Quad Cities schools
In a move that surprised many...the Virginia City Council has unanimously voted to oppose a plan for a co-located school building... encompassing the Mountain Iron-Buhl, Virginia, and Eveleth school districts.