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3 weeks ago

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Mesabi Metalics is moving forward at the former Essar Steel plant. CEO Gary Heasley of Mesabi Metalics, along with Governor Mark Dayton answered questions for over 3 hours at the Clovedale Town Hall Monday night. Over 300 people were on hand to question the governor, Mesabi Metalics, and DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr about mine leases, building timelines, and ownership of properties.
Many present asked the Governor why he didn't give the mineral leases to Cleveland Cliffs instead of Mesabi Metalics. Questions about the future of Hibbing Taconite, the history of the Butler mine, and he financial backing of Mesabi Metalics dominated the night.
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The Grand Rapids city council met in regular session Monday night. Rob Mattea was in for a community development department head report. The city has issued about $10 million dollars worth of permits this year though the end of august, this is in line with recent years. There were two public meetings, the first was to receive input on the implementation of the small cities development program, and the second was to consider establishing a tif district and contract for redevelopment of the 9 acres of land where the Sawmill Inn currently resides. Rebound Hospitality was approved a contract for the redevelopment. The initial plans are to turn the area into 5 new lots, including 1 new hotel motel, a restaurant and 3 possible commercial locations. The council also approved establishing a remembrance garden to be used for scattering loved ones ashes at the Itasca Calvary cemetery, and Travis Cole was appointed position of fire chief. David Moody reporting. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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There has been a power outage at the KMFY transmitter site, please bare with us we work with Lake country power to fix the issue. ... See MoreSee Less

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KOZY, KMFY, and KBAJ Radio are locally owned radio stations in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.  1320 KOZY-AM is a 5,000 watt, Classic Hits music and information station.  KOZY has been serving Grand Rapids since 1948.  KMFY-FM 96.9 is a music variety station, playing the best music from the 1980’s to today’s hottest hits.  KMFY signed on in 1983, serving Northern Minnesota and the Iron Range.  On March 1st 2017, Lamke Broadcasting added a third station, KBAJ-FM. KBAJ-FM (J105, the Thunder) is a 100,000 watt FM station serving Grand Rapids and the Iron Range with Classic Rock.  KOZY, KMFY, and J105 have a strong commitment to sports; broadcasting the Minnesota Vikings, Twins, Wild, Timberwolves, and Gophers. KOZY, KMFY, and J105 are also the home for the Grand Rapids Thunderhawks, Deer River Warriors, and Bigfork Huskies along with other high school teams.  All three stations are owned by Jim and Colleen Lamke as Lamke Broadcasting.