Doc “Moonlight” Graham Days (Save the Date!)

August 4th-8th, 2021 we will once again be hosting the Doc “Moonlight” Graham Days Festival. Festival activities include bingo, a car show and parade, as well as beer tasting featuring some of our local vendors themed as some of TV’s greatest shows and sitcoms. Save the date now to join the fun this summer!

Habitat For Humanity: Summer Construction Internship Opportunity

Are you interested in learning about home construction? Do you enjoy helping those in need and want to make a meaningful difference in someone’s life? Your golden opportunity is here this summer! Join the Habitat AmeriCorps team June 7th-August 14th. They are accepting applications for everyone 18+ and applications are due by May 14th. 

Benefits Include:

  • Stipend of $750 paid every 2 weeks
  • Up to $1,311 for tuition or student loans

Contact them at or call them at 218-749-8910

or visit their website HERE!


Michael Raich Named President of the Northeast Education District

ST. PAUL, Minn., April 21, 2021 – The Board of Trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities has named Michael Raich to serve as the next president of the Northeast Higher Education District (NHED). The new appointment becomes effective immediately.

“Dr. Raich has consistently demonstrated that he is a strategic leader,” said Devinder Malhotra, chancellor of Minnesota State. “He understands that in order to move forward, it is important to work in a collaborative, transparent, and authentic manner, and build on a shared vision – a vision that will ensure the success of all students and the region. With Dr. Raich at the helm, the Northeast Higher Education District is well on its way to charting this collective, shared future.”


Raich has served as the interim president of NHED since 2019, providing strategic vision for the NHED colleges, advancing their mission and core values, and growing his deep connections throughout the Iron Range community.


Throughout the COVID pandemic, Raich led a consistent and safety-first response to the crisis, working with campus teams to successfully carry out their action plans: the NHED colleges have seen minimal campus virus spread while campus services and select in-person classes have continued. This has allowed students to continue their progress towards their educational goals.


As interim president, Raich has also been leading the process to merge the five independently accredited NHED colleges into one accredited college. Through a process called Vision NE, he has engaged NHED constituents and stakeholders including students, employees, bargaining units, legislators, and members of the community, as well as the Board of Trustees of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and the Higher Learning Commission. This process is on track with the goal of operating under the new model starting in Fall 2022.


Prior to being named interim president of NHED, Raich served Hibbing Community College as provost and as dean of Academic Affairs and Student Services, and he served Itasca Community College as interim provost. His accomplishments in higher education include collaborating with faculty and industry to develop and implement innovative academic programs in high demand sectors, implementing best practices for student success, and solidifying partnerships with area high schools. As a former high school teacher, athletic director, and principal, Raich is well connected to the K-12 environment. Raich serves on multiple regional boards that support K-12, business/industry, and non-profit partners.


Raich holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth, a master’s from St. Cloud State University, and a doctorate from the University of North Dakota.


Raich succeeds Bill Maki, who served as the president of NHED from 2015 until 2019 and now serves as the Minnesota State vice chancellor for finance and facilities.


With approval by the Board of Trustees, the chancellor is authorized to negotiate a three-year contract with Dr. Raich that will become effective July 1, 2021.


About the Northeast Higher Education District


NHED consists of five autonomous yet interdependent colleges in northeast Minnesota: Hibbing Community College, Itasca Community College, Mesabi Range College, Rainy River Community College, and Vermilion Community College. The district has a total of six campuses in Ely, Eveleth, Grand Rapids, Hibbing, International Falls, and Virginia. The colleges are deeply integrated in the communities they serve and play a vital role in the educational, cultural and economic well-being of the region. A rich mix of programming, including specialty programs in environmental and natural resources fields, appeal to students nationally and internationally. The district has a total annual enrollment of approximately 5,600.

Redhead Grand Opening and Downtown Chisholm Retail& Craft Fair

Are you a crafter or an artist that wants to get your work on display? Looking to turn a hobby into something more? On Saturday June 26th 11am-3pm The Chisholm Chamber of Commerce will be hosting crafters and artists who want to showcase and sell their work at the Grand opening of the Redhead MTB Park! $40 for rental if paid ahead, $45 the day of the event. To participate fill out our sign in sheet below and fax to (218)-254-7932, mail to Chamber Office 221 West Lake St Chisholm,MN 55719, or email to

If you would like more information on the Redhead MTB Park click HERE!

City of Chisholm Employment Opportunities

The City of Chisholm Public Works Department is accepting applications for the following casual labor positions:

  • Public Works
  • Cemetery
  • Campground

Preferred applicants must be at least 18 years of age by June 1, 2021. The application and full job description with requirements can be located on the City of Chisholm website HERE!


Applications are to be submitted by 4:00PM on Friday, April 30th 2021

Please call (218) 254-7955 with any questions

Surplus Garbage Bins For Sale

The City of Chisholm is selling used/surplus garbage cans of various sizes (60g.,95g and 300 gallon) in lots of 4 and up to 100.

For inventory, bidding instructions and approximate value, please contact Public Works Supervisor at 218-254-7920 or via email at

Your Vision For Chisholm: A Virtual Community Meeting

On Tuesday, May 4th at 5:30-7:00PM The City of Chisholm will be updating it’s Comprehensive Plan and would like for you to take part in the discussion! The virtual meeting will be focusing on Chisholm’s future and community priorities.

Register online HERE!

Part-Time Building Service Worker

Looking for part-time work? The City of Chisholm is looking for someone for janitorial work! Applications due May 4th!

All applicants must:

  • Must have a valid Driver’s License.
  • Must be proficient and experienced in methods, practices, equipment and materials used in cleaning.
  • Must be able to read and understand instructions.
  • Able to communicate for purposes of event set-ups and safety procedures with attention to detail.

Preferred qualifications include:

  • High school diploma or accepted equivalent
  • Six months of custodial/janitorial experience in large residential or commercial building
  • Experience and working knowledge of proper custodial cleaning procedures.

The position pays $15.58 an hour for up to 48 hours per week!


For more information or to apply visit the City of Chisholm website HERE!

With any questions you may also call (218) 254-7955

Introduction to Documentary Film Production Workshop

Interested in a film career? Now is your chance to start on a path that could take you there. Starting May 13th at 6:30pm at the Minnesota Discovery Center there will be a documentary film production workshop with a capacity of 20 students that will provide you with the equipment to create YOUR OWN film as well as the knowledge to do so. 

The class will take place over the course of 9 weeks and is accessible to those who are working as the classes take part in the evening. Get started on your dreams! For more information or to sign up click HERE.


National Day of Prayer

On Thursday, May 6th at noon Chisholm Baptist Church and Hibbing Alliance Church will be leading a convoy around the community for prayer. Participants are to meet at either the Chisholm Baptist Church or the Hibbing Alliance Church and will tune into the radio to hear Pastor Mark (Chisholm) or pastor Kevin (Hibbing)as they lead the parade of vehicles in prayer from one location to another. The convoy will end eventually at the Hull Rust Mine View for a brief time of worship.


Those who wish to participate should save the date and make plans for the day. With any questions please contact Chisholm Baptist Church or Hibbing Alliance Church or click  HERE