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Lake County News Chronicle
Two Harbors resident attends RNC
THHS class of 1976 holds reunion
THHS class of 1956 holds 60 year reunion
THHS class of 1971 reunites again
Secretary of State talks with business owners
Agates hope summer work pays dividends
Rivals top Proctor, fall to Ely
Bay to Bay 10K crowns winner
Two Harbors soccer girls head to Schwan's Cup
Two Harbors Walleye Fishing League: Week 7
baseball and softball
Starwatch: Goodbye Jupiter, hello meteor shower
Home for the Summer: New changes around the North Shore
On Faith: The importance of 'I do'
Partners in Living Well: August events should be fun filled
Ask a Trooper: Passing vehicles in Minnesota
RAYMOND JOSEPH WIDEN
JEREMY TODD STEVENS
EVE L. THOMPSON
BARBARA ANNE "BOBBY" SMITH
MICHAEL "BONSIE" GROSSKURTH
Kayak festival returns for 19th year
Two Harbors City Band program: Aug. 4
A Day of fun in Larsmont
Arts on Superior brings music to the park
Lake County Past: July 29
arts and entertainment
Salmon Classic brings out fishermen from all over
DNR Report: July 29
DNR Report: July 22
DNR Report: July 15
DNR Report: July 8
Legals: July 22
Legals: July 15
Legals: July 8
Legals: July 1
Legals: June 24
Lake County Past
Lake County Past: July 29
1966 Fire alarms sounded in Waldo area Two fires, with damage probably amounting to several thousand dollars, occurred late last week in the Waldo area. One was at the J.C. Campbell Co. sawmill and the other at the S. Cavallin farm. At the Campbell mill fire, a shed housing shavings...
3 hours 13 min ago
July 22, 2016
Lake County Past: July 22
1991 R.J. Houle Center is a mecca of Lake County information Virginia Hills rattled off a list of the kinds of things she's asked while working at Lake County's well-known log building in Two Harbors: Can you tell me the names of all the Indian reservations in Canada? What is the...
July 22, 2016 - 4:00am
July 15, 2016
Lake County Past: July 15
1991 Grant awarded to the city of Two Harbors for airport expansion The Minnesota Department of Transportation office of aeronautics has awarded a grant in the amount of $60,340 to the city of Two Harbors, in addition to $1,694,693 in funds granted by the Federal Aviation Administration...
July 15, 2016 - 4:00am
July 8, 2016
Lake County Past: July 8
1941 Tire shop in new station Ira. W. Anderson, who has been in the tire repair shop business for the past 21 years, has moved to a new location on Seventh Avenue. He will operate the Mobil gas station recently completed by Claude Hiller and will continue his tire service in the...
July 8, 2016 - 4:00am
July 1, 2016
Lake County Past: July 1
1916 Saved from watery grave just in time Shortly after 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Mr. W.B. Woodward met with a serious and what nearly resulted in a fatal accident while assisting in removing piling timber from the water at Agate Bay. It will be remembered that the Woodford-Munford...
July 1, 2016 - 4:00am
June 24, 2016
Lake County Past: June 24
1916 A.D. Bayne, formerly of this city, but now of Knife River, has opened up a bakery at that place and will have in stock at all times a full line of fresh bread, cakes and pies. In connection with the bakery Mrs. Bayne will open up a lunch room where the most fastidious may be...
June 24, 2016 - 4:00am
June 17, 2016
Lake County Past: June 17
1991 Flood Bay Wayside project nearly done Year after year, Lake Superior has been gobbling up the shores of one of the area's favorite rest stops, and at the private property at the bay's east end. The North Shore Management Board classified the crescent harbors as an erosion hazard...
June 17, 2016 - 4:00am
June 10, 2016
Lake County Past: June 10
1916 The High Ball will run as formerly The order issued some time ago that train No. 61, commonly known as the "High Ball," would not carry passengers north of Two Harbors was rescinded several days ago, and the train is now carrying passengers the same as formerly.
June 10, 2016 - 4:00am
June 3, 2016
Lake County Past: June 3
1991 Council lays marina rumors to rest The Two Harbors City Council laid to rest the idea that it would be a part of any proposed marina in Burlington Bay. Council president Chet Bianco explained the cost estimates for such a project (such as $17 million for building a breakwall...
June 3, 2016 - 4:00am
May 27, 2016
Lake County Past
1991 A place to get away: Campers flock to the North Shore, weather or not This is a salute to those intrepid campers who return year after year to pitch their tents or park their rigs in the Burlington Bay Campground during Memorial Day weekend. Memorial Day along the North Shore...
May 27, 2016 - 4:00am
May 20, 2016
Lake County Past: May 20
1941 Private Leonard Anderson is Ping-Pong champ Winning Ping-Pong titles is nothing new to Pvt. Leonard A. Anderson of the Fort F.E. Warren Quartermaster Replacement Training Center, but the last crown he gained marked a triumph over a field of about 1,000 men. Anderson hails...
May 20, 2016 - 4:00am
May 13, 2016
Lake County Past: May 13
1991 Emergency service folks kept busy in Lake County wilds The beauties of nature aren't always so beautiful. Sometimes Mother Nature bares her fangs and when she does, more than one Lake County group leaps into action. Over 400 volunteer man hours, as well as the efforts of...
May 13, 2016 - 4:00am
May 6, 2016
Lake County Past: May 6
1915 The question of improving bad roads The meeting of the County Commissioners proved to be quite a lively session as a number of people appeared and gave displays of logic and oratory such as is seldom heard below the courtroom floor in the county building.
May 6, 2016 - 4:00am
April 29, 2016
Lake County Past: April 29
1941 Beauty abounds in Gooseberry CCC camp area There are, perhaps, a great number of people living right in the city of Two Harbors that have no idea of the work that has been done by the Gooseberry Falls CCC camp. There are perhaps even more who have not yet seen the wonders that...
April 29, 2016 - 4:00am
April 22, 2016
Lake County Past: April 22
1941 Jewelry repair shop opens Howard L. Clark has announced the opening of a modern watch, clock and jewelry repair shop at 620 First Ave. in the Brown Building.
April 22, 2016 - 4:00am