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City by City: Twin Ports, Ironwood, Hibbing

Published: Nov. 8, 2021 at 5:55 PM CST
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Twin Ports- Wednesday, November 10, local officials will be providing a progress report on the St. Louis River Area of Concern. Each year, they host a Celebration of Progress as groups continue to work toward delisting the St. Louis River Area of Concern. This year’s celebration will be held virtually and all are invited to attend. This year’s progress was focused on habitat restoration for piping plover and common tern among other projects. For more information, or to attend the event, click here.

Ironwood, MI- The City of Ironwood is looking for community feedback. The city is asking for input on their parks and trails throughout the community. City leaders are planning to use the feedback to then prioritize park and trail investments for the future. Ironwood is home to more than a dozen parks and recreation areas. It is also home to the trailhead of Michigan’s statewide Iron Belle Trail. For the community survey, click here.

Hibbing, MN- A local police K9 needs your help! K9 Police Officer Chase is in a fierce competition with K9 Police Officer Deebo from Saginaw, Michigan. Whichever pooch has more treats bought in their name will receive a donation of life-saving protective vests from Skylar’s Scholarships for K9′s in their unit. The contest only has a few days left with a winner being declared Sunday, November 14. To purchase treats in Chase’s name, click here.

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