Former Minn. Rep. Tom Rukavina Laid To RestTom Rukavina, the longtime Minnesota lawmaker and Iron Ranger, was laid to rest Saturday in Virginia.
Former Lawmaker, Iron Range Leader Tom Rukavina Dies At 68Longtime Minnesota lawmaker and iron ranger Tom Rukavina died Monday after a battle with leukemia. He was 68.
Minnesota DNR Issues Permits For PolyMet MiningState regulators are giving the go-ahead to a controversial mining project near Minnesota's Iron Range. PolyMet Mining now has permission to move forward with a $1-billion copper-nickel mine.
Jason Voorhees Immortalized In Minnesota Lake; Freddy Krueger Could Be NextHalloween is less than a week away, and if you like being scared you may have grown up watching "Friday the 13th" movies -- the ones where Jason Voorhees wore that infamous hockey mask and terrorized camp counselors at Crystal Lake. Thanks to a Princeton man, Jason still lives at the bottom of a Minnesota lake.
Dayton Fires Back At Heated Mesabi Mining Town Hall Meeting"I've spent 40-plus years up here doing every g-- d--- thing I could to bring jobs to the Iron Range with one exception: Twin Metals," Dayton said.
Steelworkers Rally For Fair Contract On Iron RangeRallies in Virginia and Keewatin Thursday were among those that took place across the country.
Klobuchar Talks Gun Control With Iron Range HuntersSen. Klobuchar appeared on "Meet the Press" Sunday morning, and talked about meeting with gun owners on the Iron Range.
1 Dead, Deputy Injured In Iron Range Foot ChaseA St. Louis County Sheriff's Deputy and police officer were trying to locate a person wanted on a warrant.
Gov. Dayton: I Now Support PolyMet MineMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says he's moved from being "genuinely undecided" on the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine to being a genuine supporter of the project.
Copper-Nickel Mining Supporters To Boycott St. Paul MeetingsThe fight over whether to allow copper-nickel mining near the BWCA is shifting to the capital city.
Justice Dept. Seeks To Dismiss Twin Metals Mineral Rights LawsuitThe Justice Department has moved to dismiss a lawsuit challenging an Obama administration decision against renewing mineral rights leases for the proposed Twin Metals copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.