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Two months ago, staff and students at the Two Harbors High School got together with community members to begin planning for this year's Rock Solid Robotics season. The team, which competed in the world competition in St. Louis and placed third at the state level last year, has nearly doubled in size. The team has begun to build a the foundation for a new departmentalized structural system, and will be headed to Itasca Community College on Dec. 7 for a pre-season training workshop. As part of the new team structure, six departments will be open for student participation.
This past weekend I drove 1,000 miles round trip from Chicago to Two Harbors to attend a benefit fund raiser for my brother Matt who was recently diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. Matt owns The Pub and the benefit was held at the American Legion. I've always known my brother was a great guy, but the incredible turnout surprised me nevertheless. Your friendship and support for my brother during this very challenging time was inspiring and heartwarming. The donations from local businesses and individuals were also so very generous. What a wonderful community. God bless you.
It was pretty amazing to see all the groups that got together recently to sponsor a meeting at the DECC in Duluth. The AFL-CIO and the Chamber of Commerce. The League of Women Voters, Common Cause, and the Bar Association. Former governors Al Quie (R), Wendell Anderson (D), and Arne Carlson (R). Former Chief Justices Kathleen Blatz, Sandy Keith, and Eric Magnuson, along with Justice Alan Page. All the big businesses in Minnesota (3M, Best Buy, BC/BS, Cargill, General Mills, Target, Medtronic, Microsoft, Xcel Energy).
For over 130 years, mining has been a part of our work, wealth, and cultural history in Minnesota. Like farming, mining has driven the Minnesota economy from our earliest times and continues to be the backbone of our state. I'm proud to represent our mining region. But I was disappointed in my friends at the Lake County DFL for criticizing our Congressman, Rick Nolan, for supporting the National Strategic and Critical Minerals Production Act, HR 761.
Question: How long does a written warning ticket for speeding, for example, stay on your record? Answer: A paper warning does not go on your driving record. As for citations for speed, according to Driver and Vehicle Services, speeding tickets generally stay on record for five years, serious speeds are 10 years.
Monday, Nov. 25 Inmate Population: 16 6:34 a.m. Deputy makes traffic stop on Scenic Dr. at Larsmont Rd. Warn for headlight. 11:21 Deputy transports inmate to Miller Dwan for appt. 12:04 p.m. Deputy responds to report of unoccupied vehicle parked on Airport Rd.
It's no accident that holidays featuring lights are celebrated in December. This month Venus and Jupiter--and possibly one comet--crank up the wattage for us. In early December, Venus shines as bright as it ever gets. Hanging like a lantern over the sunset horizon, our brilliant sister planet begins the month as a thick crescent, its face about 30 percent lit. By the end of the month, the crescent has lengthened considerably and thinned to a mere 5 percent of the planet's disk.
Silver Bay Public Library News Save money! Turn down the thermostat, come into the library and relax with these new books, dvds, books on cd, and more at the library. Fiction First Phone Call From Heaven, by Mitch Albom Necessary Lies, by Diane Chamberlain Cross of gold, by Tim Champlin Mirage, by Clive Cussler Cartographer of No Man's Land, by P.S.
Air Force Airman First Class Kaitlin E. O'Connor graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. O'Connor is the daughter of Stephanie and Tom O'Connor of Two Harbors. She is a 2012 graduate of Duluth East High School.
Lake County nonprofit organizations are gearing up for the holidays and you can be part of the action. How about helping out as a Salvation Army bell ringer or with Salvation Army toy distribution? There's the United Way Breakfast with Santa and many other events which happen in our area each December.