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Car strikes power pole, catches fire
VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP — An 18-year-old female of Hibbing suffered non-life threatening injuries after a single-vehicle accident just before noon Sunday. The crash occurred at 11:42 a.m. on Highway 73 near Simi Road, north of Floodwood.
City maintains high bond rating
HIBBING — The council’s recent action of adopting a resolution providing for the issuance, sale and delivery of $4.16 million in general obligation bonds put a spotlight on Clerk Pat Garrity — a project he said “has been months in the making.” Nick Skarich of Dougherty and Company explained to the c
Albino deer spotted in Hibbing
HIBBING, MN–A Hibbing man is sharing photos of a rare visitor to their community. Louis Baumchen sent KBJR 6 photos and video of what appears to be an albino doe apparently taken outside his parents’ home in Hibbing.
Christmas Tea at the Memorial Building
The Hibbing Memorial Building Senior Center hosted a Christmas Tea Monday. The festive afternoon was well attended and offered food, sweet treats and a variety of live entertainment.
Turner is big addition to HHS girls team
HIBBING — The Hibbing High School girls basketball team enjoyed a good 2017-18 season and virtually the entire team was returning this winter. What the Bluejackets really needed was a good all-around player who could be added to the rotation to provide more depth for the team as it seeks to return t
An early Hibbing romance and December wedding
The early days of Mesabi Iron Range were rough and tumble. Men came first as traders, prospectors and lumberjacks. However, there were women who also came up to Northern Minnesota and they, too, worked at developing our Iron Range towns as more schools, libraries, churches and paved streets were bui
St. Luke’s Hibbing Family Medical Clinic opens new urgent care
St. Luke’s Hibbing Family Medical Clinic now offers urgent care. Located at 1120 E. 34th St., St. Luke’s Hibbing Family Medical Clinic offers urgent care from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week. No appointment is necessary.
Thieves pilfer new nativity set
CHISHOLM — Just days after being blessed, the Mary figurine was taken from the new nativity scene in the courtyard at St. Joseph’s Church in Chisholm. Chisholm Police Department (CPD) Tuesday afternoon confirmed St. Joseph’s Church filed a stolen report Tuesday morning. It is believed the theft occu
Benefit set for young cancer patient
CHISHOLM — A burger bash benefit for an 8 year-old cancer patient from Chisholm is just ahead. Third grader Aiden Brusacoram-Wald was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) and continues to undergo medical treatments.
School board contemplates curriculum review cycle
HIBBING — Reviewing Hibbing Public Schools’ courses of study had the school board’s attention for a spell last week. Greenhaven Elementary Principal Carrie McDonald led the discussion revolving around the curriculum review cycle.
Hibbing stops ‘Streaks, Grizzlies dunk N-K, 88-61
HIBBING — With the lack of a true big man for both teams, one would figure it would be a running game when the Hibbing High School boys basketball team played host to the Chisholm Bluestreaks Tuesday night at the Lincoln Elementary Gymnasium in Hibbing.
Hibbing/Chisholm girls 6 hits the road to Grand Rapids
HIBBING — Hibbing/Chisholm High School girls hockey coach Emily Erickson and her coaching staff are always preaching about the importance of defensive-zone coverage. Keeping players out of the danger areas on the ice is priority No. 1.
Late third-period rally lifts Spartans past ’Jackets
HIBBING — For 2 ½ periods, the Hibbing/Chisholm High School boys hockey team put together their best game of the season. All it took was a five-minute span in the third period to ruin that effort.
Hibbing wrestlers are 1-2 at Coon Rapids
COON RAPIDS — The Hibbing High School wrestling team finished 1-2 at the Coon Rapids Board/Hyland Duals held Saturday. In match No. 1, the Bluejackets fell to the host Cardinals by the score of 55-18.
MI-B boys move to 5-0; Bears hockey downs Ely/T-S
LITTLEFORK — Asher Zubich poured in 25 points (including seven 3-pointers) to lead Mountain Iron-Buhl past the Vikings, 71-34. The Rangers also got double digits from Riley Kintner with 16 and Dylan Maki with 14.
Flurry of falls: Late pins help Hibbing beat Aitkin
HIBBING — Trailing 31-16 with five matches remaining, the Hibbing High School wrestling team needed something to happen, and fast. What the Bluejackets got was a furry of falls.
HHS grapplers open at home today
HIBBING — After eight matches on the road, the Hibbing High School wrestling will finally get some home cooking. The Bluejackets are 4-6 in dual meets, so they will try to move one match closer to .500 when they take on Aitkin, beginning at 7 p.m., at the high school gymnasium.
Virginia, Duluth to host public meetings on medical transportation service in St. Louis County
VIRGINIA, MN — There are changes coming to St. Louis County’s medical transportation services, and officials want you to know what they are. Starting next year, the county has contracted ‘medical transportation management’, which officials say will improve the quality of the services for those who u
’Jacket boys 6 hosts Superior
HIBBING — Hibbing/Chisholm High School boys hockey coach Justin Tomberlin saw some improvement from his team, even in a 6-2 loss to Roseau Saturday. The Bluejackets paid a little more attention to detail during that game, but what got Hibbing/Chisholm in the end was penalties.
Bowling Standings, Top Scores
M. Pervenanze 184, R. Hunt 170, B. Price 170, P. Reini 173, M. Barto 172, T. Lubovich 193, 171, C. Derosia 181, B. Roepke 193, 201, A. Kutz 181. S. Mesia 158, 155, 150, J. Garver 149, 171, M. Eichholz 159, E. Forbes 147, 169, E. Sandberg 158, L. Hill 146, 144, P. Layton 149.