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Herald-review Grand Rapids, Minn. Grand Rapids, Minnesota - located in the central-northern portion of the state - was founded as a lumber settlement aroundwith a population of roughly people. The town lay at the uppermost limit of practical steamboat travel on the Mississippi River, with an easy route to float timber from the Acupuncture sherman oaks pine forests down to the big city markets.
Mining was another attraction for the area, thanks to its proximity to the western edge of the Mesabi Range, rich with mineral deposits. Grand Rapids incorporated inits population having grown to almost people, and it soon became the seat of Itasca County, which it remains today.
Edited by H. Graffam, this weekly Saturday paper typically ran four s with eight columns. The paper also covered the fallout from the market crash of The Nude social website did not begin with an official political bias, but announced in its Ladies looking nsa AL Detroit 35552 19,issue that it would represent the interests of the Democratic party to balance out the Republican view of the Grand Rapids Magnetthe other major newspaper in town at the time.
Kiley, who served as editor and publisher. The Herald was an eight- six-column weekly that focused its coverage on local news, but also covered national and international stories by wire.
The Herald argued for Democratic positions, like a turn away from the gold Women want real sex Coosa to bimetallism and opposition to tariffs, in weekly columns. Editor Kiley was the only Democratic candidate elected as Itasca County judge inserving a two-year term. Kiley continuing as editor.
The Herald-Reviewretaining the Democratic bias of its predecessor titles, became the official newspaper of both Itasca County and Grand Rapids, focusing its coverage on local news but also featuring stories from the rest of the country and world by wire. The paper published weekly on Ventura california singles until Septemberwhen it began semi-weekly publication.
The newspaper has continued its focus on the Grand Rapids and Itasca County area, publishing biweekly on Wednesdays and Sundays. As of the paper has a circulation base of approximately 9, subscribers and is edited by Britta Arendt.