Marshall Helmberger

This week we talked with Timberjay editor Marshall Helmberger about school enrollments in NE MN and a surprising new study on copper nickel mining near the boundary waters.

Marshall Helmberger from the Timberjay newspaper joins us every week to talk about the big stories they have covered.  This week includes schools, politics and wildlife study. 

Marshall Helmberger

Every Friday Marshall and I get a chance to talk... this week we continued the conversation about the election of Minnesota's District 8.  Since the talk we've had other's join the race.  But you'll want to hear the WHOLE conversation as Marshall tells us about a new kinds of woodpeckers spotted near his home in Tower.

As of right now, here's who is running for the District 8 Congressional seat:


Each week Timberjay editor Marshall Helmberger tells us about the stories they've been covering.  This week, besides an update on the Bois Forte band, the US Forest Service change in a study on lands where copper nickel mining is proposed, the Ely Winter Festival and gray foxes showing up far more north then they usually do. 

(PHOTO: kcox5432, Flickr CC)

Each week we talk with the publisher and editor of The Timberjay newspaper Marshall Helmberger.  This week a report on a local meeting of the MPCA regarding the MinnTac tailings pond, KKK flyers that were left across the northland on MLK Jr. day and where exactly the icebox of the nation.  (pssst it's not in Colorado)

Also read more on the KKK flyers on Aaron Brown's blog