Border News Roundup

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This week Timberjay editor Marshall Helmberger talks about perspectives on new sulfate standards, a potential timber harvest near Burntside Lake,  and a canoe race from International Falls to Grand Portage.

You can hear the Border News Roundup each week on the Friday Morning Show at about 7:20.

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Friday mornings Timberjay editor and publisher Marshall Helmberger tells us about some of the stories they covered this week.  Today we hear about the a visit by Rep. Ilhan Omar and other Somali Americans to Tower, a Forest Management bill that has been proposed, the health of the wolf population, issues and outages with internet services and fall color progress.

Friday mornings Timberjay editor and publisher MarshallHelmberger tells us about some of the stories they covered this week.  Today we hear about the campground opening at the new state park, Governor Dayton's thoughts on federal inaction with health insurance, a man - a canoe - and a turkey all near Ely and Marshall's ongoing struggle with squirrels. 

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Each Friday morning Marshall Helmberger tells us some of the stories his newspaper, the Timberjay, has been covering.  The lead story this week is about a man from Nett Lake who found his grandfather's manuscript and published it.  It's called "Savage Ancestors" and was probably written in the 1930s.  Marshall also tells us about the Governor Mark Dayton's trip to Ely to talk water quality. 

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Each week publisher and editor Marshall Helmberger joins us to tell us about news in NE MN.  This week MN State Auditor Rebecca Otto takes a stand on copper nickel mining, and the court case against the Timberjay has been dropped and Marshall reminds us to get out in the woods to see all the birds.

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