Community Partners is offering two multi-week classes in Two Harbors for adults, family members and caregivers:
The Autism Walk Northland has been moved to April for Autism Awareness Month.
Property taxes for the first half of 2018 are due May 15 for Lake County residents.
The Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District, the city of Two Harbors and Castle Danger Brewery are partnering to clean up several areas around the city April 20.
Lake County Health and Human Services encourages all individuals and organizations to play a role in making Lake County a better place for children and families during Child Abuse Prevention Month – recognized in April – and year-round as well. By ensuring that parents have the knowledge, skills and resources they need to care for their children, the community can help prevent child abuse and neglect by making meaningful connections with adults and children.
Hockey is never far from center stage in Silver Bay, and there was no exception Saturday, March 3, when the Duluth Warriors descended for an exhibition game against an adult men's team from Silver Bay.
Whether music, dance or storytelling, winter weary residents of Two Harbors should find something to love at Two Harbors Community Radio KTWH-LP's fourth annual Cabin Fever Reliever at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 4, in the Two Harbors High School auditorium.
The Two Harbors FIRST Lego Robotics team is headed to the state championship Saturday, Feb. 24, in St. Paul for the second straight year.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture and partner organizations are planning to tackle gypsy moth infestations this spring west of Two Harbors, and this summer near Beaver Bay. In anticipation of the proposed treatments, the department is inviting people to learn about the effort at open houses Feb. 28 in Two Harbors and Beaver Bay.
Students bustle in and out of classrooms on a Saturday afternoon, donning safety goggles use rulers and poster paper to create robot models.