The Lake County auditor-treasurer and recorder are two positions that have long been filled by the electoral process, with residents voting on who should have the jobs. This fall, residents will be asked whether the positions should remain elected or be appointed in the future. There will be two questions, one each for the recorder and the auditor-treasurer position. They will read as follows: "Question 1.
Rep. Mary Murphy District 3B I'm running for re-election to the Minnesota House of Representatives to finish what we started which I think will take at least four more years. I believe the 2013-14 sessions were the most productive since the Minnesota Miracle of the 1970s. When we began in January of 2013, Minnesota faced a $600 million deficit, we owed our schools over $800 million and property taxes were rising.
From Lola Haus Lake County Auditor candidate I'd like to take a moment to introduce myself. My name is Lola Haus and I'm running for Lake County auditor-treasurer. I've live in Lake County for more than 20 years, moving to Two Harbors after graduating from high school to attend the University of Minnesota — Duluth where I earned my bachelor's degree in Accounting.
From Tim Costley Two Harbors I am writing in support of Linda (Sellman) Libal for the position of Lake County Auditor. On the merits, Linda is eminently qualified for this position. Her honesty and integrity are unquestionable. She has a degree in business, accounting and economics from University of Minnesota Duluth and has been the Lake County Highway Department accountant for 22 years.
Lake County Sheriff's Report Monday, Oct. 13 Inmate Population: 19 • 6:59 a.m. Deputy on ATV patrol in Silver Bay area. • 8:02 Deputy assists Silver Bay ambulance with medical at Silver Bay area residence. • 9:34 Deputy takes report of DNR blasting beaver dams off Bird Shot Road. • 11:16 Deputies escort Lake County Jail inmates to court. • 3:13 p.m. Deputy retrieves dogs from rural Two Harbors area residence of party brought to St. Luke's. • 10:35 Deputy takes report of threats made at Finland area residence. Unable to locate parties. Tuesday, Oct.
Two Harbors Police Report Monday, Oct. 13 8:08 a.m. Traffic stop for speed, no proof of insurance, no driver's license in possession, expired driver's license and failure to change address on driver's license within 30 days. 9:58 Report of theft from local business. 1:32 p.m. Report of domestic disturbance. 3:40 Report of theft from local business. 5:53 Report of domestic disturbance. 7:57 Traffic stop for speed. Tuesday, Oct. 14 7:27 a.m. Report of civil matter. 8:04-9:19 Officer responds to alarms at two local business. 1:37 p.m.
District 6 - Two Harbors area Conservation Officer Sean Williams (Ely) reports that hunting pressure ramped up over the MEA weekend. Although almost every road and trail had hunters, success was surprisingly poor. Violations included operating an all-terrain vehicle on a public highway and failing to display ATV registration. Conservation Officer Marty Stage (Ely) worked grouse hunting throughout the week and found people out enjoying the warm weather. The officer enjoyed seeing a large bull moose with antlers that were very close to the 60-inch wide mark.
Ken Vogel firstname.lastname@example.org At the regular meeting of the Silver Bay city council on Oct. 20, a motion to hold the annual tree lighting ceremony on Dec. 1 at 5 p.m. was approved unanimously. The ceremony will include entertainment from the North Shore Area Voices and involve the area Boy and Girl Scouts. A canvassing board meeting to confirm election results will be held on Nov. 11 at 4 p.m. prior to the regular council meeting. The council approved a motion to close the city's administrative office on Friday, Nov. 28, which is the day after Thanksgiving.
Silver Bay Public Library News Reminder On Friday, Oct. 24 at 1 p.m., the 321 Art Studio will be at the library to teach cartooning. On Friday, Nov. 7 at 1 p.m., Henry Boucha will be speaking. Henry Boucha is a retired American Indian professional ice hockey centerman who played six seasons in the National Hockey League for the Detroit Red Wings, Minnesota North Stars, Kansas City Scouts and Colorado Rockies. Henry's promising hockey career was tragically brief, cut short by an eye injury that forced him to hang up his skates at the age of 26.
Lake County Past 1964 New teachers introduced (by THHS student newspaper: Harbor Beacon) Howard Dahl is a newcomer to the Two Harbors High School staff. He is teaching 7th, 8th and 9th grade English. He came from Borup, MN, a graduate of Moorhead State. He came to Two Harbors for his first teaching job. He enjoys almost any type of sports. When asked what he thought of our school he replied, "Great." As a representative of the Harbor Beacon staff, Mr. Dahl, we'd like to welcome you to Two Harbors. Mr. and Mrs. David Nackerud are from St. Paul.