Two Harbors Police Report Monday, Sept. 8 5:10-6:19 a.m. Three traffic stops: one stop for fail to dim high beams and two for speed. 7:13 Report of suspicious activity near breakwall. 11:45 Report of fraud. 1:23 p.m. Officer performs public assistance. 1:55 Report of fraud. 3:50 Traffic stop for driving after suspension and failure to update driver's license within 30 days. 4:04 Report of disturbance near Seventh Avenue. 6:04 Report of suspicious activity near Sixth Avenue. 6:38 Report of scam. 8:32 Officer performs motorist assistance. Tuesday, Sept. 9 12:32 a.m.
1964 Four Two Harbors men on lake Navy vessels Four Navy Reserve men from Two Harbors were on crews of two of the ships involved in the 5-ship maneuvers which took them through Lake Superior and to Duluth Harbor. Norman Bourdage, Allan Dean Johnson and Robert Brandt were aboard the U.S.S. Daniel A. Joy; and Chief Radioman Arnold Eklund was a member of the U.S.S. Amhurst. Fly-in breakfast is set at Isabella A Fly-In-Breakfast, sponsored by the Civil Air Patrol will be held at Duncan's Airport, Isabella. The time will be from dawn to dusk.
District 6 - Two Harbors area Conservation Officer Sean Williams (Ely) observed a fair amount of hunting activity for the small game grouse opener north of Ely, with many hunters giving spotty reports of success. Williams and other local law enforcement officers investigated a reported of suspicious abandoned camping equipment inside the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Ken Vogel email@example.com On Sept. 15, the Silver Bay City Council unanimously approved the budget proposal for fiscal year 2015. The council also unanimously approved a proposed 2 percent tax levy increase, making way for one additional full-time police officer, which would bring the force to five full-time positions. Other capital purchases for 2015 include a tanker truck for the fire department using general fund reserves that were previously levied and heavy equipment for the street department.
You may have noticed some new names in the pages of the Lake County News-Chronicle recently. Adelle Whitefoot joined the staff on Sept. 2 as a reporter and LaReesa Sandretsky...
From Sgt. Neil Dickenson Minnesota State Patrol Question: How long does a person have to change their driver's license address? Answer: It depends on the circumstance.
Tessa Highmark from Two Harbors earned a degree this year from Wheaton College in Illinois. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in music performance: voice.
Little Libraries on the Big Lake Silver Bay Public Library News Story time resumes at the library this week. Storytime is on Thursdays through Dec. 11, 11-11:30 a.m. Preschoolers and parents come to the library early and meet and greet other children. Then, the kids play with puzzles, soft and fluffy animals and an assortment of developmental toys. At 11, we'll gather round and share in our cozy circle — wanderers welcome — as we explore our world through stories. The library is hosting a FUN!!damentals of photography class Friday, Sept. 26, 1-4 p.m.
The Harvest Booya was held on Saturday with a good turnout. The sun did shine but it was a cool day for those working outside. Thank you to the Friends of the Finland Community's booya committee for all their hard work in planning and putting on this event. The Zion Lutheran Church Women would like to thank everyone for supporting the pies, bake and crafts table. Thank you to all who donated their time, pies, craft items and baked goods. The winners of the Finland Fire and Rescue drawing were Deb Ahlbeck and Jeff Unger. There will be a benefit held for Mae Dehnhoff on Saturday, Sept.
Little libraries on the big lake Silver Bay Public Library News New books at the library FICTION: "Light in the Ruins" by Chris Bohjalian "Rescue Mode" by Ken Bova "Art of Arranging Flowers" by Lynne Branard "Wayfaring Stranger" by James Lee Burke "All Lined Up" by Cora Carmack "Hell With the Lid Blown Off" by Donis Casey "Chip Off the Ice Block Murder" by Jessie Chandler "Child of a Hidden Sea" by A.M.