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Lake County News Chronicle
Lake County Sheriff's Report: June 23
Two Harbors Police Report: June 23
Volunteers work to reroute Superior Hiking Trail
County seeks injunction against leaking septic system
Two Harbors purchases land for $210K for new municipal liquor store
Rivals 'take some lumps' in the opening games
Bayside Chatter: Polar League All Star games, the last for me
Track: Johnson surges to 3rd place at state
Bayside Chatter: Mariners hand out end of season awards
Agate relay team poised for state title run
baseball and softball
Home for the Summer: Parting ways in Illinois
Belief Matters: Jesus drinking a brew with a ragtag group
On Faith: Fulfilling your Christian calling
Intern Column: An Affair with Language
Consumers Column: Be aware of the signs of 'skimmers'
Lois Mae Vontin
Jeffrey A Voeltz
Joyce Evenna Sanford
Betty Jane Bailey
Marsha Vieno Parr
Talk to explore history of skiing in Minnesota
Torch run ignites Two Harbors
Lake County Past: June 23
Two Harbors City Band Concert: June 29
Program makes homes more accessible
arts and entertainment
DNR Report: June 23
DNR Report: June 16
Pow Wow Trail reopens after 6 years
DNR Report: June 9
DNR Report: June 2
Legals: June 23
Legals: June 16
Legals: June 9
Legals: June 2
Legals: May 26
November 16, 2010
Phone lines out in Lake County after fiber cable cut
A fiber optic cable cut north of Two Harbors is affecting phone lines in part of the 834 exchange, according to Lake County officials. The cut is expected to be fixed around 7:30 p.m. Anyone who needs to contact 911 should use a cell phone until the line is repaired.
November 16, 2010 - 5:55pm
September 11, 2010
Justin time: Louisiana racer wins inline marathon
Teammates Justin Stelly of Kaplan, La., and Briana Kramer of Orlando, Fla., avoided the fate of falling on wet pavement Saturday morning and claimed the elite championships in the 15th NorthShore Inline Marathon. Stelly, 23, was first overall in a starting field of 2,365 and...
September 11, 2010 - 11:05am
June 17, 2010
Two Harbors man acquitted of assault, threats
A Two Harbors man who was charged with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon and with making terroristic threats was acquitted by a St. Louis County jury. Justin Marcus Rosendahl, 22, stood trial last week in connection with an incident that took place on April 30 on the...
June 17, 2010 - 5:36pm
April 1, 2010
News Tribune Attic: Yum! Photos of Betty's Pies through the years
Betty's Pies, 1978 August 6, 1978 Betty Lessard holds one of her famous lemon angel pies at her cafe north of Two Harbors in August 1978. (News-Tribune file photo)
April 1, 2010 - 12:46pm
November 19, 2009
Attorney questions qualifications of DNA expert in Eveleth stabbing case
The attorney for a Two Harbors man accused of stabbing to death a 20-year-old Cook woman is asking the court to dismiss a first-degree murder indictment against his client on several grounds, including alleging a history of sloppy science by a DNA expert for the prosecution. Jesaiah...
November 19, 2009 - 7:37pm
October 12, 2009
Don't grouse! DNR Web site has tool for finding game
Want to know where to find a ruffed grouse? Hunters in search of walking trails on which to spot the sometimes elusive fowl and other game can...
October 12, 2009 - 2:35pm
June 20, 2009
Minnesota native outraces field to win Grandma's Marathon
Christopher Raabe was introduced to the marathon 20 years ago in Duluth. As a 10-year-old, he watched his dad, Bill, run his first Grandma's Marathon, the same year their family moved to Sauk Rapids, Minn., from Marshall, Minn. Father and son were together again Saturday in Canal...
June 20, 2009 - 5:29pm
Akor struggles but wins historic third straight women's title
Mary Akor looked like a bobblehead doll as she approached the finish line at the 33rd annual Grandma's Marathon on Saturday. Dizzy and delirious, the heat had gotten to Akor, but the 32-year-old from Hawthorne, Calif., had come too far to give up. After all, this race was for her...
June 20, 2009 - 4:45pm
Masters winners still smile after painful victories
Recent Grandma's Marathon masters winners tend to take their time after finishing the 26.2-mile course. After crossing the finish line in Canal Park, the winners often will hunch over in pain, breathe a little deeper and stretch a little longer than their younger counterparts. The...
June 20, 2009 - 3:58pm
Minnesota native wins Grandma's
Minnesota native Chris Raabe held on to a commanding lead of as much as 2 minutes ahead of the field in the final miles to become the first American to win Grandma's Marathon in 14 years. His win in 2:15:14 (unofficially) makes him the first Minnesotan since Dick Beardsley to win...
June 20, 2009 - 9:35am
Kenya's Ernest Kebenei takes half marathon
Kenya's Ernest Kebenei took the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon in the 33rd running of Grandma's Marathon this morning with an unofficial time of 1:05:17. Ezkyas Sisay placed second and Fernando Cabada third in unofficial results for the men's division. The woman's winner was Belainesh...
June 20, 2009 - 7:40am
May 29, 2009
Fire bans lifted in last Minnesota counties
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will begin issuing burning permits in Lake and Cook Counties starting Monday, the last Minnesota counties to see seasonal burning bans lifted as spring green-up occurs. That means there are no burning restrictions in the state, but that...
May 29, 2009 - 10:14am
May 7, 2009
Deciding Honking Tree's future
Two Harbors mayor Randy Bolen Jr. has scheduled a public meeting for Tuesday, May 12, to gather input about what should be done with the remains of the Honking Tree. The 6 p.m. meeting will be held at the Community Center. "I've had tons and tons of phone calls and emails," Bolen...
May 7, 2009 - 9:43am
May 5, 2009
Honking Tree removed from highway, its future uncertain
Cradled almost gently in the tines of a huge fork lift, the remains of the Honking Tree was removed from its resting place Tuesday and placed...
May 5, 2009 - 12:03pm
April 7, 2009
Franken takes lead in ballot recount
ST. PAUL - Al Franken took a lead of more than 300 votes today as a three-judge panel counted U.S. Senate absentee ballots that had not been counted before. The Democrat's lead over Norm Coleman grew to 312 votes with the count in what could be the final day of Minnesota's U.S. Senate...
April 7, 2009 - 3:46pm