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The Silver Bay Veterans Home will be hosting a program in honor of all veterans on Nov. 11 beginning at 10:30 a.m. in the Great Room with guest speaker Pat Vandenheuval, a retired Air Force veteran and current chaplain at the home. There will be a moment of silence at 11 a.m. in recognition for those who are no longer with us. The Patriot Guard will be present. At 3 p.m., the afternoon program will consist of a slide show presentation by Gooseberry Falls State Park naturalist Kelsey Olson, on the C.C.C. camps.
Hypnotism for the hungry The Two Harbors DECA chapter is hosting a hypnotist show on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m., with all proceeds going to the Two Harbors Area Food Shelf and The BackPack Program at Minnehaha Elementary. DECA is asking a $5 for admission or a donation of food items. According to the group's Facebook page, the food shelf has need of high protein foods, cooking oil and baby items. Volleyball all-star game at THHS
Big decisions are being made these days. The decision of whether or not to engage in copper mining in Northeastern Minnesota will affect life on the North Shore for a long time to come. Similarly, pipeline expansions and creations set the course for decades ahead. It is easy to get cynical or hopeless, to say: "It's all going to happen no matter what I think." Imagine if those who fought against slavery, for civil rights, or the suffrage of women let those doubts stop them.
Visit the News-Chronicle's office on Waterfront Drive and, if you look around for just a few moments, you'll find vestiges of Lois Lundberg's long presence there: her handwriting on an old manila folder, the arrangement of items in our coffee area, or just the warmth that greets you at the door. That's true even though Lois retired in the early 1990s, after 38 years as the paper's office manager and unofficially, the trainer of new editors and publishers. Hugh Bishop was No.
Monday, Oct. 28, Inmate Population: 17 6:57 a.m. Deputy on ATV patrol in Ely area. 9:04 Deputy takes report of credit card fraud from rural Two Harbors area resident. 9:48 Deputy makes traffic stop on Valley Rd. near Hwy. 12. Cited for speed (68/50). 10:23 Deputies respond to report of possible domestic at Two Harbors area residence. Parties separated. 10:58 Deputy takes report of possible suspicious activity at rural Two Harbors area resident. Party working on fiber optics. 3:08 p.m.
Question: One of my friends saw me getting my ice fishing house ready for the upcoming season. I put permanent wheels on it for easier transport. My buddy told me I now have to register it as a trailer. I think he is wrong because I see these things going down the road all the time, and I guess I haven't noticed registration. What is required anyway, and is my friend right? Thanks for any help. Answer: Your friend is correct. Fish houses on wheels are now considered trailers and must be registered as such.
Two Harbors resident Lyle Northey presents the 2013 Touchstone Award for Generosity to Gayle Coyer, executive director of the Superior Hiking Trails Association's Two Harbors to Duluth Final Connection Project. The award was presented during a ceremony at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center in Duluth on Tuesday. Northey, a former board member of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation, is the chairman of the 2013 Touchstone selection committee. (Photo by Naomi Yaeger for the Lake County News Chronicle / email@example.com
Mary Rosati, substitute teacher at Lake Superior School District Mary is married to Richard and has six children, 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. She received her bachelor of science from St. Petersburg College in Florida. She served on the Two Harbors City Council for 12 years, managed The Place at the Two Harbors Community Center and has been on the Heritage Days committee for 20 years. Q: Why did you choose to run for the vacant District 4 seat? A: I decided to run because I have run before and I feel I would be a good fit for that position.
Jeremy Hurd, Attorney at Orman Nord & Hurd Jeremy is married to Tricia and has two daughters, Kennedy and Alicia. He graduated from Two Harbors High School and received his bachelor of arts from the University of Minnesota-Duluth with a double major in political science and history. He graduated from the University of North Dakota law school in 2000. He has served on the Two Harbors Economic Development Authority, Two Harbors Development Fund board and the Two Harbors Chamber of Commerce board of directors.