Monday, Aug. 6: 6:18 a.m. Officer responded to alarm at local business. 8:33 a.m. Traffic stop for speed. 11:44 a.m. Officer performed funeral escort. 2:44 p.m. Report of dog in vehicle near Seventh Avenue.4:23 p.m. Report of driving complaint near Minnesota Highway 61.
Monday, Aug. 6: Inmate population: 14
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has scheduled weekly public meetings for the U.S. Highway 61 project in Two Harbors.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will begin herbicide applications on select state lands to improve reforestation efforts in the Two Harbors area.
July 27: Forrest John McKenzie, 31, of Two Harbors – Feb. 9, 2015, offense: felony theft of a motor vehicle; 15 days in jail, served as work release.
Two Harbors Public Library: Come visit our event space at the Lake County Fair. The Two Harbors Public Library will host a storytime and craft program Thursday, Aug. 16, at 4 p.m. and Friday, Aug. 17, at 1:30 pm.
Week 8 Court Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 1 Clark 41 Melander 57 Raycraft — bye Raycraft 34 McGregor 35 2 Melander 45 Hanson — bye Melander 42 Hanson 42 Clark 42 3 Baumann 51 Allen 41 Baumann 47 Allen 37 Clark 40 Hanson 29 4 McGregor — bye Baumann 39 McGregor 50 Raycraft 38 Allen 38 Standings Pos. Player W-L-T Points Ringers Shoes Average (%) 1 Joe Raycraft 18-6-2 36 286 880 32.5
Monday, July 30: Inmate population: 20 – 4:06 a.m. Deputy checked on three residences in Brimson area on house watch list. 8:18 a.m. Deputy responded to report of a burglary Finland. 4:55 p.m. Deputy served papers at Two Harbors residence.
Monday, July 30: 3:39 a.m. Traffic stop for no headlights or tail lights.10:15 a.m. Officer performed welfare check near Seventh Avenue. 11:35 a.m. Traffic stop for stop sign violation 2:20 p.m. Report of suspicious activity near Seventh Avenue.
Volunteers from across Minnesota are needed Aug. 18 to participate in the "Starry Trek," a statewide search for starry stonewort, Minnesota's newest aquatic invasive species. Hundreds of volunteers will gather at rendezvous sites around the state to learn how to identify starry stonewort and other aquatic invasive species (AIS) and search for them in area lakes.