Ten law enforcement and conservation officers from the Two Harbors Police Department, the Lake County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Natural Resources left Burlington Bay about 9 a.m. Wednesday on the first ever Two Harbors "Torch Run."
A Duluth man is scheduled to appear in court Thursday on multiple charges of burglary and theft. Niiko Shawn Youngblood, also known as Shawn Russell Dahl, is being charged with felonies of first degree burglary and second degree burglary and well as misdemeanors of giving false information to a peace officer and theft. The most serious of the charges holds a maximum sentence of 20 years. According to the compliant:
The Two Harbors Area Fund announced that it has awarded $39,258 to 12 nonprofit organizations serving Two Harbors and Lake County for 14 projects involving community work and public service. The grants, part of an annual round of grant solicitation and giving by the fund, were made after a review of dozens of applications.
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The Two Harbors City Council will hold a special meeting at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday to consider awarding bid for the Capital Improvement Plan 2017 road projects. Project scheduled for this summer includes: Ninth Avenue between Sixth and Seventh Streets; 13th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues; Ninth Street between 10th and 11th Avenues; the alley north of Second Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Streets; and the alley north of Fourth Avenue between Fifth and Sixth Streets.
The Two Harbors Area Food Shelf along with the Head of the Lake United Way and Second Harvest Northern Lake Food Bank will hold a one-time free food give away for all Lake County residents. The free food event, a part of Day of Caring, will be Wednesday at the Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency in Two Harbors. Registration begins at 2:30 p.m. and distribution will start at 3 p.m. until all items are gone. THAFS director Michelle Miller said this event came about by two separate conversations she had.
The city of Two Harbors will be hosting a public review session on Thursday at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall for the recommended action steps as part of its Comprehensive Trails Planning process. The Two Harbors Comprehensive Trails Plan outlines strategic actions that the city and partnering trail stakeholders can take to continue to improve and expand on the city's trail system. The review session seeks public input from city leaders, residents, trail enthusiasts and other stakeholders to provide input on the plan's vision, objectives and actions.
It's that time again when the North Shore and Twin Ports are invaded by runners from all over the world as they get ready to take on the 41st annual Grandma's Marathon. Nearly 19,000 runners are registered to participate in races this week, which include Grandma's Marathon, Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon and the William A. Irvin 5K. Each year, nearly 6,000 volunteers help make this weekend's events a success. Want to watch the start?
Seagren's Hardware held a grand re-opening celebration over last weekend to celebrate the new ownership of the business. Scott Seagren and his family took over the hardware store in December last year and celebrated in True Value fashion with a chainsaw ribbon cutting on June 10. Customers who attended the weekend long celebration were able to get a free hot dog, sign up with prizes and were able to take advantage of a bucket sale — buy a 5-gallon bucket for $1 and get 20 percent off all the regular priced items they could fit inside.