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On ATC: History for sale, sheriff politics and globalism on the Range

Posted at 4:08 PM on September 25, 2006 by Bill Wareham

On All Things Considered this evening, Art Hughes takes a look at the pending sale of Camp Coldwater Spring, an obscure historic tract near Fort Snelling. The National Park Service is taking public comment today and tomorrow on possible uses for the land.

The race for Ramsey County sheriff has been a heated one between incumbent Bob Fletcher and challenger Bill Finney, the former St. Paul police chief. Marisa Helms takes a look at the campaign on the eve of a debate between the candidates.

Globalism has been good for the city of Eveleth. The mining town saw the Evtac taconite operation shut down three years ago, but Chinese investors stepped in to save it, much to the relief of Eveleth residents. But as Bob Kelleher reports on ATC this evening, no one's sure how long the good times can last.