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Lake County News Chronicle
Police proposal gets hairy: Silver Bay Council approves grooming guidelines
Lake County Sheriff's Report: Oct. 20
Two Harbors Police Report: Oct. 20
Public input sought on waterfront redevelopment
Community invited to hearings on sidewalk assessments, charter changes
Volleyball: Mariners lose to Ely, NE Range
Swimming: Larson clinches two firsts at North-South meet
Football: Agates rout Eveleth-Gilbert
Football: Silver Bay runs over Northeast Range
Soccer: Agates' season ends in loss to Esko
baseball and softball
Your Legal Rights: Reporting abuse of vulnerable adults
Legal Learning: Sentencing guidelines limit judge's discretion
On Faith: Faith in real life, hope in action
Letter: USFS environmental impact statement is essential
Ask a Trooper: Registering for a disability certificate or plates
Kenneth C. Larson
Robert Frank Olson
Vicky Lynn Johnson
Mabel S. Hoseth
Joanne E. Sansom
Lake County Past: Oct. 20
North Shore Library News: Oct. 20
Community luncheon for diabetes patients and caretakers
Town hall meeting to combat mental illness stigma
North Shore Library News: Oct. 13
arts and entertainment
DNR Report: Oct. 20
DNR Report: Oct. 13
DNR Report: Oct. 6
DNR Report: Sept. 29
Hunter has harrowing encounter with wolves near Isabella
Lake County Past
Lake County Past: Oct. 20
1917 Lake County noted for its potatoes A monster potato has been raised on one of the tracts of land cleared by the DM&IR north of the cemetery, and leased to George J. O'Connor and R.J. Olsen. The actual weight of the potato was 2.5 pounds. 19 potatoes, including the one mentioned...
8 hours 54 min ago
October 13, 2017
Lake County Past: Oct. 13
1942 Arrives home from Russia Ernest Tenkanen, a sailor in the merchant marine, arrived in the city of Two Harbors from Russia, where he has been confined to a hospital for the past two and a half months.
October 13, 2017 - 12:09am
October 6, 2017
Lake County Past: Oct. 6
1992 Wild rice harvest spotty at best A driving rain, temperatures in the low 40's and heavy wind made us think it was a day better suited for waterfowl than threshing wild rice from a canoe. Only Lake County extension agent Wayne Seidel and yours truly would decide it was a fine...
October 6, 2017 - 4:00am
September 29, 2017
Lake County Past: Sept. 29
1917 Few found to work in woods
September 29, 2017 - 4:00am
September 22, 2017
Lake County Past: Sept. 22
1917 Jewelry and opticals
September 22, 2017 - 7:28am
September 15, 2017
Lake County Past: Sept. 15
1917 New undertaking parlor Mr. Alex Halliday, former resident of this city who returned here the first of this month, has gone into the undertaking business. The ground floor of his residence at 426 Second Ave. will be used exclusively for undertaking parlors, making the most complete,...
September 15, 2017 - 4:00am
September 8, 2017
Lake County Past: Sept. 8
1942 Boats delayed by serious rail wreck Traffic on the DM&IR from all points except Biwabik and the Vermilion range was tied up and boats delayed on account of the most serious wreck in years, which occurred early Saturday morning. A southbound train pulled by the huge Mallet...
September 8, 2017 - 4:00am
September 1, 2017
Lake County Past: Sept. 1
1942 Equipment goes to army We have been informed by George Cunningham of the U.S. Forest Service as to our inquiries of seeing a number of CCC cars and trucks pass through the city when the camps have been abandoned, that the trucks and equipment have been turned over to the a...
September 1, 2017 - 4:00am
August 25, 2017
Lake County Past: Aug. 25
1917 Glyn-Avon cabin Thomas Owens, W.L. Murphy, Edwin L. Strand and F. E. Evans spent Tuesday night in Glyn-Avon cabin, located at the rapids of the Beaver River 30 miles from this city. Glyn-Avon cabin is now practically complete, and is the most substantial and commodious anywhere...
August 25, 2017 - 4:00am
August 18, 2017
Lake County Past: Aug. 18
1967 'Dee Dee' Prestige cuts record Delores Bacon, recently of Two Harbors and now living at 36 Aiken Circle in Silver Bay, has become Miss Dee Dee Prestige, Nashville recording artist, and she credits the people of Two Harbors for helping to give her the chance. It was nearly two...
August 18, 2017 - 4:00am
August 11, 2017
Lake County Past: Aug. 11
1917 Chicken surprise A pleasant chicken surprise was given on Mrs. Soderlund at Waldo. All the ladies of the surrounding country each brought a chicken to start their chicken farm. An excellent lunch was served by the ladies. They all went home as the last rays of the sun shone...
August 11, 2017 - 4:00am
August 4, 2017
Lake County Past: Aug. 4
1917 Settlers demand a road in preference A letter from the settlers of Castle Danger: Castle Danger is a settlement 12 miles northeast of Two Harbors in the town of Silver Creek, which has been settled for the past 20 years, and has 16 school children. The settlers have visited...
August 4, 2017 - 4:00am
July 28, 2017
Lake County Past: July 28
1967 New span started at Crow Creek chasm One of the most dangerous bottlenecks on the North Shore will be eliminated when a new bridge across the Crow Creek chasm is completed. Work has launched on a new bridge which will be wide enough for a 30-foot roadway, plus a 6-foot walk. The...
July 28, 2017 - 4:00am
July 21, 2017
Lake County Past: July 21
1917 Pulpwood dock accident Victor Soderstrom, 213 Pine Street, met with a serious accident while working in the hold of a boat being loaded with pulpwood at the local pulpwood dock. Soderstrom and others were employed to stow the wood away after it was dumped from the small cars...
July 21, 2017 - 4:00am
July 14, 2017
Lake County Past: July 14
1942 Beer War has a curious effect on civilians. There is a tendency to "let go," to do things in excess at a time when prudence ought to govern every action. The man who turns to a glass of beer for relaxation and mild stimulation during these times is fortunate in this respect....
July 14, 2017 - 4:00am